Browse Collections (37 total)

Rainbow History Project Panel Discussions and Public Recordings

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The Rainbow History Project hosts public panels and group discussions on a wide variety of topics.

Each of these sessions is recorded and the…

Contributors: Rainbow History Project, Various narrators per recording

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Ourstory: Pride in the DMV Collection, 26

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In May 1972, Washington, DC's GLBT community celebrated its first Pride. The previous two years, gays and lesbians had gone to New York City to…

Contributors: Dardano, Robert. Photographer

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Newsletters and Fliers of the LGBTQ Communities (Eaton-Kessinger, Series 2)

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Includes newsletters collected from various sources related to the activities of many community organizations. Fliers, advertisements, brochures and…

Contributors: The Gay Community Center of Washington DC [1980s], The Gay and Lesbian Archive Project [1980s-1990], The Eaton-Kesinger Research Service [1990-2013], Rainbow History Project [2014-]

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Gay Fairfax Cable Access Television Programs 24

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GAY FAIRFAX
THIRD SIDE
GAY SPECTRUM
ONE IN TEN PEOPLE
INSIDE/OUTSIDE THE BELTWAY

Contributors: Horton, Bill
Claypoole, Michael
Pearson Brown, Karen
Ponton, Jean

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Best of Washington Social Club Materials, 22

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In 1974, Bob Lomax and a small group of friends turned a local house party into a city-wide organization presenting events for the African-American…

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Bruce Pennington Papers, 1947-2003, 21

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Bruce C Pennington was born in Rugby, ND on September 17, 1947 and died in Washington, DC on August 26, 2003. He arrived in Washington, DC in the…

Contributors: Pennington, Bruce C., 1947-2003

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Eva Freund Papers, 1961-1974

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Eva Freund arrived in Washington, DC in 1961, briefly hung out at the lesbian club Rendezvous (1 block over from the Gayety), and became an early…

Contributors: Freund, Eva

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The Pier Photograph Collection

Pier 9, at 1824 Half St. SW to the west of South Capitol St. at Buzzard’s Point, was DC’s second gay ‘super’ dance club (following the Plus A One, on…

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