Grant documents, financial records, correspondence and e-mail, notes, published reports, organizational membership lists, publicity documents, newspaper and magazine articles, lecture drafts, course syllabi, journalism resources, subject files, floppy disks, images from newspapers and magazines, flyers, survey and content audit forms, The records include minutes, financial records, photographs, press releases, membership materials, newsletters, clippings, fliers, and subject files. Adrignola and Walter Blumoff had documented the event as freelance photographers.
Now, some of the earliest periodicals and newsletters, which shaped the perceptions of relevant issues for the LGBTQ community while providing news and information on meetings, demonstrations, events, entertainment and even LGBTQ-friendly businesses — have been digitized, preserved and made available in The Archives of Human Sexuality and Identitythe largest digital archive on LGBTQ history and culture. Developed and launched by Gale, a leading provider of resources for libraries and part of Cengage Learning, Part One: LGBTQ History and Culture since is now available, with two additional parts planned for the future. While one highlight of the archive is the unparalleled collection of newsletters, newspapers, and periodicals by, for, and about gays and lesbians — including some from places as distant as Latvia and Zimbabwe — The Archives of Human Sexuality and Identity goes well beyond these periodicals.
On a pleasant October day, a multicolored archway of balloons rises like a miniature rainbow over one end of the West Campus Plaza. To one side, students are swarming a table of pork barbecue and hush puppies, and a guitarist is performing ironic versions of top-forty hits. Volunteers are busy passing out stickers, brochures, cookies, and T-shirts.
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Based in Los Angeles near the University of Southern California campus, ONE maintains an active library of over 30, volumes—including some 3, rare and frequently one-of-a-kind titles. The organization also operates a small gallery and museum space devoted to gay history in West Hollywood, California. Use of the collection is free during regular business hours.