Image is a black and white drawing of Terry de Cresenzo over a pink triangle. This is one of a series of signs that were carried by ACT UP members in the Long Beach and Los Angeles pride parades in 1989.
G. A., card, envelope, form (1956/1963)
Dayle A., letter (1958)
Jim Bradford (James B. Osgood), letters (1973)
Donald B., form (1969)
Edward B., form (1957)
Dale B., forms, greeting cards, letter (1958/1959)
Edward A., note, letter (1961/1962)
Blanche M. Baker, letters from Gordon G. (1959)
Betty A., letters and response from W. Dorr Legg (1962)
Jack A., envelope, forms, letters, note (1955/1959)
ONE, Inc. minutes for the academic council meetings (1989)
Curtis A., letter from W. Dorr Legg (1965)
Jeanne B., letter asking about interracial marriage (1971)
William B., forms, letters mentioning Midwinter Institute (1958/1960)
J. B., forms, letters, sales record (1964/1966)
John A., letter (1972)
Fred B., form (1953)
Picket sign with blue text and an American flag background with skulls instead of the 50 stars. On the verso is blue text with the statement "Stop the lies about AIDS."
Picket sign with red text on white background. On the verso is blue text with the statement, "Since when does a supersticious death-cult get to dictate public health policy?"
Image is a black and white drawing of Rand Schrader over a pink triangle. This is one of a series of signs that were carried by ACT UP members in the Long Beach and Los Angeles pride parades in 1989.
Texts by W. Dorr Legg including: Comments on Schwartz article; Homosexual blackmail; Memorandum concerning gay liberation; On the selection of a Chief of Police for Los Angeles; Society and the homosexual; Vive la difference!; We were there at the beginning (1958/1993; undated)
Robert B., form (1968)
Irving A., forms, letters and responses from W. Dorr Legg and Lewis Bonham (1964/1966)
"Primative African Tribesmen, Jamaica" Photograph of a large group of African tribesmen. The men are standing in a tightly packed group, many are holding shields or sticks. There are trees and a hill in the background.; This belongs to a series of Church of Scotland Foreign Missions Committee lantern slides relating to Jamaica. In 1800 the Scottish Missionary Society sent three missionaries to Jamaica. Two died of yellow fever within weeks of arrival but the...