Browse Items (232 total)

  • Type is exactly "image"
Group of attendees at Gay Pride '72. Although this was included with a number of photographs related to Gay Liberation Front-DC, and Washington D.C. did have its first Gay Pride Week in 1972, it is unknown whether this photograph was taken in…
Gay Liberation Front-DC members march with unknown others outside Radio City Music Hall during the Christopher Street Liberation Day parade.
Members of the National Gay Task Force gather with politicians at a press conference in the Rayburn House Office Building announcing the introduction of the Civil Rights Amendment of 1975, H.R. 5452. This would have added "affectional or sexual…
At least two members of Gay Liberation Front-DC march with others in Christopher Street Liberation Day parade, likely 1974
Former Gay Liberation Front-DC members at City Center 55th Street Theater [now known as New York City Center, 131 W. 55th St.]

This is the building which the Rainbow History Project website describes as Washington's first gay community center. The building is located at 1724 20th St., NW, in Washington, DC, not far from Dupont Circle. These photographs were taken by me in…
Output Formats

atom, dcmes-xml, json, omeka-xml, rss2