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The Eugene (Gene) Bricker photographs include images of Harry Hay, Jim Kepner, Stuart Timmons, Mike Reynolds, Kevin Gardner, assorted transgender women, and 1982 Los Angeles Christopher Street West (CSW) pride parade.
Lee Glaze was an artist, activist, bar manager, and prominent figure in the early years of the Los Angeles gay rights movement. His papers contain photographs, records, correspondence, ephemera, and audiovisual materials.
Writings, photographs, correspondence, clippings, mailing lists, pamphlets, flyers, graphic art, award certificates, videotapes, and other material from gay activist Ernie Potvin, 1947-1998. Potvin was a founder of Puerto Rico's first gay and lesbian rights organization in 1972. The bulk of the collection documents Potvin's gay activism in Los Angeles and Puerto Rico.
Rink photographs consist of images of the 1975 and 1979 San Francisco pride parades, Bruce Billings and Castro the Dog from 1985, Arthur Evans from 1997, and an unidentified male couple kissing.
Photographs and the resulting published work documenting icons, iconic places, and events of the United States lesbian and gay movement, 1982-1984. The collection primarily consists of Stephen Stewart's published and unpublished black and white photographs from his work, Positive Image: A Portrait of Gay America, along with other Stewart photographs.