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Abstract Correspondence, clippings, articles, legal documents, publicity, notes, and a dissertation excerpt documenting the literary activity of author and early gay rights advocate Donald Sagarin, who wrote under the pseudonym Donald Webster Cory in the 1950s. Cory was the author of the book The Homosexual in America (1951).
Dates: 1952-1974; Majority of material found within 1952 - 1966
Abstract Often referred to as the forefather of the United States gay movement, Henry Gerber in 1924 created the first known gay organization in the United States, the Society for Human Rights, and the first known gay publication, Friendship and Freedom. The collection consists of Henry Gerber correspondence and writings as well as biographical information written about Henry Gerber, circa 1940-1998.
Dates: circa 1940-1998
Collection — Box: 1
Abstract Minutes, reports, corporation papers, correspondence, legal papers, financial records, collections management records, publicity material, exhibition material, photographs, ephemera, audiocassettes, floppy disks and exhibition displays from the International Gay and Lesbian Archives (IGLA), an archive dedicated to collecting materials related to the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) community. The archives began as a result of Jim Kepner's efforts collecting GLBT materials...
Dates: 1958 - 2002; Majority of material found within 1979 - 1994
Collection — Box: 1
Abstract Manuscripts, correspondence, diaries, minutes and organizational records, notebooks, science fiction writings, poetry, erotica, educational material, photographs, computer disks, textiles, ephemera and memorabilia from writer, historian and gay activist, Jim Kepner (1923-1997). Founder of the Western Gay Archives (later renamed the National Gay Archives and then the International Gay & Lesbian Archives), Kepner began collecting gay- and lesbian-related material in the 1940s and began...
Dates: 1933-2010; Majority of material found within 1940 - 1997
Overview Papers of ethnographer Paul Kutsche, who taught at the Department of Anthropology, Colorado College, Colorado Springs, Colorado. The collection, covering the years 1980-2002, includes correspondence relating to sexual orientation non-discrimination policy in higher education in the United States. The collection includes documents relating to both the Colorado referendum known as Amendment 2, and the Grand Rapids, Michigan, failed ballot initiative to eliminate rights based upon sexual...
Collection — Box: 1
Abstract Clippings, flyers, correspondence, notes, press releases, questionnaires, meeting minutes, petitions, position statements, and a resume of gay activist John O'Brien, 1969-1994. A lifelong gay rights and political activist, O'Brien participated in the Stonewall Riots and was a cofounder of the Gay Liberation Front.
- Gay liberation movement -- United States -- History 2
- Gay men's writings 2
- Homosexuality -- History 2
- Archives 1
- Correspondence 1
- Diaries, letters, and memoirs 1
- Discrimination in employment -- United States -- Archival resources 1
- Education, Higher -- United States -- Archival resources 1
- Gay and lesbian rights 1
- Gay and lesbian studies 1
- Gay artists 1
- Gay erotic literature 1
- Gay libraries 1
- Gay men 1
- Gay rights 1
- Gay rights -- United States -- History -- 20th century 1
- Gays -- Correspondence 1
- Gays -- United States -- History -- 20th Century 1
- Gays' writings 1
- Gays' writings, American 1
- Homophobia -- United States -- Prevention 1
- Homosexuality 1
- Homosexuality and education 1
- Homosexuality and literature 1
- Lesbians -- United States -- History -- 20th century 1
- Photographs 1
- Political activists -- California -- Los Angeles 1
- Science fiction 1 ∧ less
- International Gay and Lesbian Archives 2
- Kepner, Jim (James Lynn Kepner, Jr.) 2
- National Gay Archives 2
- Western Gay Archives 2
- Cory, Donald Webster 1