Gay motorcycle clubs
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
James L. Ball, Ph.D., known as "Buddy" Ball, produced films, records, and videos from about 1977 to 1997 for a variety of audiences including African American churches and other Christian groups, crafters, gay men, and horror fans. The collection includes corporate records, personal papers, and photographs documenting his varied activities from his early career as an educator to his involvement in motorcycle clubs to his inclusion in the banned-in-Britain "Video nasties" list.
Motorcycle club administrative records, event records, programs, flyers, buttons, pins, medals, clothing, and other ephemera and realia collected by Walter Shuster and David Cunard, 1965-2004. David Cunard, also known as David Gooch, and Walter Shuster were motorcycle enthusiasts and members of the Buddy Motorcycle Club and The Council of Southern California Motorcycle Clubs (CSCMC).
Richard Griffin and Wes Kunny photographs of a party at Griff's Bar; a motorcycle trip through Utah, Texas, and other states; and an outdoor hat party, 1970s. Griffin and/or Kunny were members of the Satyrs Motorcycle Club.
The Oedipus Motorcycle Club is a gay motorcycle club founded in Los Angeles in 1958. It is the second oldest gay motorcycle club in Los Angeles and one of the oldest still existing today. The collection consists of administrative records, correspondence, photographs, scrapbooks, objects, textiles, buttons, and ephemera that document club events such as motorcycle runs, anniversary celebrations, fundraisers, officer ceremonies, gay pride festivities, and other events.
Scott Shot photographs of an Oedipus Motorcycle Club event crowning Oedipus Rex XIV, 1965.