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Correspondence, writings, and subject files of Manuel boyFrank, 1916-1984. Manuel boyFrank was a military serviceman, ONE Incorporated board member, unpublished writer, and gay activist. The collection includes his 1940s correspondence with early gay activist pioneers Henry Gerber and Frank McCourt as well as his 1950s and 1960s correspondence with ONE Incorporated.
This collection primarily consists of Rogen Brown's creative writing, poetry, publicity photographs, and notes, 1971-1991. Besides his writing, Rogen Brown did community service work in New York City for South Central's AIDS Resistance Network and was a co-founder for the local newspaper, The Hill.
Unpublished short stories, essays, and a photocopy of a printed manuscript, Letters to Laurence, circa 1993-2004, by R. A. Horne. He published his works of fiction using the pseudonym, Blaise Bulot and his nonfiction works as R.A. Horne.
Manuscripts, scripts, notebooks, clippings and magazines, anthologies, organizational flyers and other material, 1986-2009, from gay writer, Albert P. Busendorfer. The collection includes Busendorfer's published and unpublished short stories, poetry and novels. Materials also document his involvement in senior citizen organizations.
Clippings, writings, periodicals, correspondence, exhibit records, marriage records, photographs, and promotional materials of Steven F. Dansky, 1968-2016. Dansky is a writer, photographer, videographer, and activist, and was an initial member of the Gay Liberation Front (GLF) in New York City. The collection also includes photographs and video interviews from Dansky's project, "Outspoken: Oral History from LGBTQ Pioneers."
Clippings of articles written by bodybuilder Rod Fuller in the "Body Buddy" column of the Advocate, 1970-1973.