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subj7. LGBT-related Holdings

 Record Group
Identifier: subj7
LGBT-related Holdings

Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:

American Civil Liberties Union of Louisiana records

Identifier: 436
Content Description These records document a range of activities including legal cases and ongoing functions of the Louisiana branch of the American Civil Liberties Union. Cases range across the state’s parishes and include a variety of issues involving prison conditions in parish facilities, as well as at Angola, the state’s maximum security prison, including death row conditions, Native American religious issues, and gender discrimination. Cases also involve Creationism, abortion, AIDS discrimination, police...
Dates: Other: 1970-1985

Larry Bagneris papers

Identifier: 714
Scope and Contents The papers of civil rights and gay rights activist Larry Bagneris Jr. document his community and political activities in Houston, Texas, and New Orleans, Louisiana. The collection includes correspondence, photographs, speeches, flyers, campaign material, news clippings, biographical material, programs, and various periodicals focused on gay rights and communities.  The earliest material concerns Bagneris' employment with the Washington National Insurance Company (1970-1989). Correspondence...
Dates: Created: 1968-2008; Other: Date acquired: 06/27/2011

Jack Baron papers

Identifier: 422
Content Description The papers of Key West, Florida, folk artist Jack Baron mainly date from the 1980s-1990s consists of correspondence; news clippings; invitations to art exhibitions; and gallery inventories, invitations, and exhibition publicity ephemera. Baron’s bachelor’s degree from New York University (1950), as well as a scrapbook kept by the artist and a guest book from Baron's exhibition entitled "The Birthday Party", and an untitled article on Baron's Key West studio are also included. Author...
Dates: Other: 1979-2005

Richmond Barthe papers

Identifier: 034
Scope and Contents The papers of Richmond Barthe, Harlem Renaissance sculptor, consist of correspondence, contact books, programs, brochures, news and magazine clippings, notes, lists, financial information, poetry, letters, passports, publications, resumes, advertisements, and photographs. The papers have been arranged in three general groups of correspondence, other materials, and photographs. The correspondence has been arranged into nine divisions alphabetically according to topic and...
Dates: Created: 1901-1989; Other: Date acquired: 12/01/1987

Fred Butner collection

Identifier: 067
Content Description

The collection includes an assortment of collected printed items created by a variety of gay rights organizations.  The collection also includes materials on the 1987 gay rights march in Washington, DC.

Dates: Other: 1987-1988

Countée Cullen papers

 Collection — Drawing of Cullen
Identifier: 111
Scope and Contents The papers of poet and playwright Countee Cullen document his personal and professional lives, as well as his relations with leading writers and artists of the Harlem Renaissance era. Among the papers, which measure 11.9 linear feet, are correspondence; accounts, records, documents, legal papers, and certificates; a fragmentary diary (1928); teaching plan books and other teaching records; writings, including, articles, a book review, letters to editors, juvenile novels, plays, poems, a...
Dates: Created: 1900-1947; Other: Date acquired: 01/01/1970

Alexis De Veaux papers

Identifier: 791
Processing Information This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services award MH-245560-0MS-20. Scope and Content Note Alexis De Veaux’s papers mainly consist of correspondence, drafts of original manuscripts, photographs, and ephemera documenting her professional life and work. Correspondence within the collection is professional in nature, covering De Veaux’s many speaking and lecturing engagements, publishing, her work as...
Dates: Other: 1967-2017, undated

Gene Elder papers

Identifier: 146
Content Description This collection documents the life and career of Gene Elder, a San Antonio artist and gay rights advocate. His papers include correspondence, exhibition announcements and invitations, catalogs, and other printed items on the arts and gay rights in San Antonio. As an advocate for the arts, Elder was the driving force behind the transformation of a collection of old warehouse buildings into the city's arts district. Materials include articles regarding the Blue Star Arts complex in San...
Dates: Other: 1979-1990

Russell Henderson collection of Louisiana political ephemera

Identifier: 768
Content Description Russell Henderson was a lobbyist and political activist in New Orleans with a strong interest in social justice causes, including environmental causes, education reform, and mental and health issues involving women and children. He served as a campaign volunteer and advisor for African American candidates in Louisiana, including Ernest “Dutch” Morial and Cedric Richmond.The Russell Henderson Collection of Louisiana Political Ephemera contains campaign and election materials from...
Dates: Other: circa 1973-2008

IMPACT - Gay and Lesbian News collection

Identifier: 437
Content Description Impact was a New Orleans-based newspaper that focused on topics of interest to the gay and lesbian community. It began circa 1977 and published until August 2000 under variant titles. The Impact collection is comprised mainly of other GLBT newspapers from around the United States that were received by the Impact office as part of exchange programs. Additional material includes correspondence,...
Dates: Other: 1992-1996