Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
Karen Ocamb photographs include an undated group picture of Jim Kepner, Harry Hay, Morris Knight, Muetler(?), Jackie Goldberg, and Virginia Uribe; the New York Dyke March, June 1994; Jeanne Cristina with child Hannah at the 1993 March on Washington; and an unidentified gay event at New York Central Park.
The collection consists of hundreds of photographs documenting lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, asexual and ally (LGBTQIA) history and culture, 1925-2007. The collection includes personal, professional, candid, posed, and reprinted photographs of buildings, businesses, demonstrations, events, monuments, organizations, people, and protests primarily from the early 1970s through the early 2000s.
Press releases, organizational bylaws, meeting notes, map, articles, and flyers documenting activities of the Orange County Visibility League (OCVL). The OCVL was formed in 1988 to advocate for civil rights for gays and lesbians in Orange County.
ACT UP/Los Angeles administrative records, promotional materials, ephemera, and subject files, 1985-1995, of ACT UP/Los Angeles member Judy Sisneros. Includes documentation of Sisneros' committee work and activities in the ACT UP network. Sisneros is an activist, photographer, and curator based in Los Angeles.
Correspondence, photographs, vacation journals, and educational materials, 1940s to 1992, documenting the life of Donna M. Smith; her relationship with her partner of 40 years, Valerie Jarrard; her relationship to other friends, in particular Celia Hunter, Ruth Poirier and Doris Pressler; and her involvement with lesbian and gay rights, the environment, and animal welfare.