Genny Beemyn Queer Capital Oral History Collection

Title

Genny Beemyn Queer Capital Oral History Collection

Description

Oral history interviews conducted while researching the 2014 publication "A Queer Capital: A History of Gay Life in Washington, D.C."

Creator

Genny Beemyn, Ph.D.

Table Of Contents

Sheila Alexander-Reid, September 11, 1998
Wanda Alston, September 11, 1998
Beverly F. Baker, September 10, 1998
Lawrence R. Banks, Jr., June 5, 1998
Joan E. Biren (JEB), June 2, 1998
Warren Blumenfeld, June 5, 1998
“Michael Borchert,” May 31, 1994 and June 15, 1998
Darren Buckner, June 13, 1998
Earline Budd, June 21, 1998
Donald Burch, III, June 22, 1999
Carlene Cheatam, June 4, 1998
Kwabena Rainey Cheeks, June 3, 1998
Lou Chibbaro, Jr., June 5, 1998
Countess Clarke, November 4, 2000
Tracey Conaty, May 27, 1998
Darryl Cooper, September 24, 1998
Ruby Corado, June 24, 2013
Mindy Daniels, May 22, 1998
Carol Anne Douglas, June 3, 1998
Larry Duckette, August 8, 1998 and October 5, 1999
Roy Eddey, September 6, 1998
Mary Farmer, August 6, 1998
Gideon Ferebee, Jr., October 9, 2000
Michael Ferri, June 20, 1998
“Haviland Ferris,” May 16, 1994 and May 21, 1998
Barney Frank, May 22, 1998
Jack Frey and Peter Morris, March 22, 1994
“Richard Galvin,” January 12, 1995
Gil Gerald, January 30, 2013
Theresa Gilchrist, June 15, 1999
Letitia Gomez, July 3, 1998
Jim Graham, May 26, 1998
Jaime Grant, June 2, 1998
Pat Hamilton, January 13, 1995
Reginald Harris, November 10, 2000
“Scott Harrison,” June 2, 1994
Diane Herz, June 27, 1998
Susan Hester, August 11, 1998
Leonard Hirsch, May 30, 1998
Meryl Hooker, June 2, 1998
Craig Howell, June 9, 1998
Chi Hughes, July 1, 1999
Louis Hughes, December 21, 2000
Loraine Hutchins, April 3, 1998
Sue Hyde, June 26, 1998
Edward James, May 25, 1994
Ralph Jarnagin, June 6, 1994
“Boots Johns,” July 14, 1997
Cary Alan Johnson, May 27, 1998
Sharen Shaw Johnson, August 7, 1998
ABilly S. Jones, June 15, 1999
Wayson Jones, June 27, 1998
“Andy Jordan,” May 29, 1998
Frank Kameny, March 20, 1994 and June 6, 1998
Kenneth Kero-Mentz, December 20, 2012
Thomas “Dusty” Keyes, May 30, 1994 and May 23, 1998
Kris Kleeberg, June 25, 1998
Deb Kolodny, May 26, 1998
Paul Kuntzler, August 5, 1998
Steve Langley, September 25, 1999
Barbara Lewis, June 12, 1998
Deacon Maccubbin, May 27, 1998
V. Papaya Mann, June 23, 1999
Lindsay McBride, August 7, 1998
Monique Meadows, September 1, 1998
Dennis Medina, July 8, 1998
Susan Messina, September 10, 1998
Deb Morris, September 25, 1998
Jack Nichols, May 20, 1995 and June 18, 1998
Diana Onley-Campbell, June 1, 1998
“Edith Parker,” June 9, 1994 and June 1, 1998
Michelle Parkerson, June 1, 1998 and June 29, 1999
Bruce Pennington, June 15, 1998
Isaiah J. Poole, May 31, 1998
Chris Prince, July 1, 1998
Ted Richards, May 24, 1995 and May 31, 1998
Robert Ricks, May 19, 1995
Colin Robinson, November 5, 2000
Rick Rosendall, August 8, 1998
Michael Sainte-Andress, June 21, 1999
Yolanda Santiago, June 9, 1998
Ron Simmons, June 3, 1998
Michael Singerman, June 1, 1998
Esther Smith, June 9, 1994
Sabrina Sojourner, June 12, 1998
Cheryl Ann Spector, May 26, 1998
James P. Theis, June 4, 1998
Thurlow Tibbs, May 24, 1994
“M. Tilden-Morgan,” May 23, 1994 and May 25, 1998
Jane Troxell, June 3, 1998
Nancy Tucker, June 19, 1998
Otto H. Ulrich, Jr., May 24, 1995 and May 23, 1998
Urvashi Vaid, December 17, 1998
Robert Michael Vanzant, May 25, 1998
Lilli Vincenz, June 6, 1998
Anne Vonhof, January 9, 2013
Ann Wachtel, May 30, 1998
“Ed Wallace,” May 25, 1994 and June 4, 1998
“Robert Wayne,” June 10, 1998
Courtney Williams, July 15, 1999
Jessica Xavier, April 2, 1998 and June 3, 1998
Michael Yarr, September 13, 1998
Bill Youngblood, June 1, 1994 and May 26, 1998
Amelie Zurn, May 28, 1998

Rights

No restrictions on access; no restrictions on use.

Access Rights

Interviews are digitized; some may have transcripts.

Collection Items

This is a 1998 interview with Jack Nichols by Genny Beemyn, there is also a 1995 interview available.

This is an Oral History interview taken by Genny Beemyn for their book "A Queer Capital: a History of Gay Life in Washington D.C." They have…
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