Found in 29 Collections and/or Records:
Head and full-body photographic portraits of Chris Scarpone, October 1968.
Correspondence, flyers, clippings, conference agenda, and a photograph from Stewart Scofield documenting the early publishing history, 1970s, of RFD (Rural Free Delivery), "a country journal by gay men." The publication formed out of an attempt to establish a gay commune.
Scrapbooks of bodybuilders and male nudes created by Robert Stanford. The 11 x 14-inch scrapbooks include photographs, clippings, and fliers from the 1940s to the 1980s.
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 The collection primarily consists of Stephen Stewart's published and unpublished black and white photographs from his work, Positive Image: A Portrait of Gay America, along with other Stewart photographs.
Photographs, programs, and promotional material from the Los Angeles based, all-male beauty contest, the Super-Men Pageant, 1981-1990.
Buttons, T-shirts, and a baseball cap regarding AIDS activism collected by Herb Tums, circa 1989-1995.
Diaries, correspondence, manuscripts, photographs, videocassettes and personal information, 1980-1994, of Daniel P. Warner, AIDS educator and co-founder of the Los Angeles Shanti Foundation. Materials in this collection primarily concern Warner's experience living with HIV and AIDS from the 1980s to the time of his death in 1993.
Correspondence, military service records, receipts, and other documents of Charles Russell Zeininger, 1873-2002. Zeininger served with distinction in World War II, worked as an advertising executive, and became an expert in ancient Greek history.