Browse Collections (37 total)

Barbara Gittings and Kay Tobin Lahusen Collection, 1962-1972, 13

At the first GLBT ALMS (Archive, Library, Museum, Special Collection) conference in May 2006 at the University of Minnesota, she mesmerized the…

Contributors: Gittings, Barbara, 1932-2007, Tobin, Kay

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

Cinema Follies Collection

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37 L St. SE - The Cinema Follies opened in 1975 in a former auto repair building as a cinema showing X-rated gay films. The club was managed by Bill…

Lost and Found Club Photograph Collection

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Building on the success of the Plus One and the Pier as Washington, DC's first gay-oriented dance palaces, Donn Culver and Bill Bickford opened the…

The Pier Photograph Collection

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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…

Gay Activists Alliance Records

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Gertrude Stein Democratic Club Records

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

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

Best of Washington Social Club Materials, 22

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…