Browse Collections (37 total)

David Aiken Papers, 1971-1986, 4

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The David Aiken Papers were acquired by the Rainbow History Project and then transferred to the Historical Society of Washington, D.C.. The collection…

Contributors: Aiken, David L. (David Lewis), 1945-1986

DC Lesbian Avengers

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Deacon Maccubin Papers : Digital Collection

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"I feel really satisfied, really happy that I've been able to spend 30 years of my life doing something that has made a difference to so many people…

Contributors: Maccubin, Deacon

ENLACE : Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Area Latino Lesbian and Gay Coalition Records, 1991-1993, 14

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The 1987 March on Washington brought Latino lesbians and gays together from around the country and inspired new local, regional, and national…

Contributors: Gomez, Letitia. Owner

Eva Freund Papers, 1961-1974

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

Friends Radio Collection, 1973-1982, 3

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The Friends Radio tape collection at Rainbow History covers nine years (1973 to 1982) of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer activism and…

Contributors: Pennington, Bruce C., 1947-2003, Aiken, David L. (David Lewis), 1945-1986, Stonewall Nation Media Collective (Organization : Washington, D.C.)

Gay Activists Alliance Records

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Gay Businesses and Venues Collection

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An artificial collection of advertisements, photographs, business cards, matchbooks, and flyers from gay businesses, religious organizations, and…

Contributors: Meinke, Mark

Gay Fairfax Cable Access Television Collection

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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

Gay Liberation Front, GLF-DC, Collection, 33

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A radical leftist organization, the GLF-DC allowed gay men and women (though it was later abandoned by many lesbians and criticized for patriarchal…