Gay community -- California -- Los Angeles County
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
A flier, cast photograph, and signed program of an all-star reading of "Valley of the Dolls." The production was held on July 26 and 27, 2001, at the Renberg Theater at the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center as a benefit performance for the Victory Fund.
USC Lambda Alumni Association records, vacation scrapbooks, gay theater show fliers, photographs and other documents from University of Southern California alum and educator Doug Elliott (1924-2008). The collection contains fliers and programs for the Highways Performance Space, Celebration Theatre, the Gay Games and other gay organizations. Photographs document Elliott's various trips abroad and in the United States.
The collection comprises prints of photographs by gay photographer and artist Andrew J. Epstein. The majority of the materials, including photographs and text panels, were part of the 2009 exhibition "Queer Culture: The Photographs of A.J. Epstein." The photographs document LGBT communities in Chicago, New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles, 1968-2009.
Mission statement, newsletter layouts, logo design sheets, article drafts, and press releases documenting activity of the Gay/Lesbian Network, 1983-1985. According to its mission statement, "the GLN is a non-profit, charitable, educational organization whose purpose is to transform the experience of being gay or lesbian so that people are nurtured and empowered to make a difference in the world."
Pete Grieshaber photographs, circa 1980s, consist of images of events and gatherings at Le Bar (mostly AIDS fundraisers in the later 1980s) as well as images of his friends, pets, assorted travels, and bowling league.
Correspondence, manuscripts, press release, flyers, photographs, and other material, 1975-1984, from David Spencer (also known as David Schwinkendorf). Spencer was a gay activist living in Los Angeles.
The photographs consist of images of friends gathering at homes and on the beach, of a Los Angeles Christopher Street West pride parade, and of Radical Faeries gatherings, 1981-1985, undated.