Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender collection, 1969-2011
Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library
Atlanta, GA 30322
Permanent link: http://pid.emory.edu/ark:/25593/czf0n
Table of Contents
|Title:||Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender collection, 1969-2011|
|Call Number:||Manuscript Collection No. 1249|
|Extent:||1.5 linear ft. (3 boxes), 1 bound volume (BV), 5 oversized paper (OP), 1 oversized bound volume (OBV), and 2 extra oversized papers (XOP)|
|Abstract:||Artificially created collection of materials relating to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people in Atlanta, Georgia.|
|Language:||Materials entirely in English.|
Restrictions on Access
Terms Governing Use and Reproduction
All requests subject to limitations noted in departmental policies on reproduction.
[after identification of item(s)], Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender collection, Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library, Emory University.
Processed by Sarah Quigley, 2013.
Scope and Content Note
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender collection is an artificially created collection of single items relating to the history of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) community from 1969-2011. It consists of scrapbooks created by Willis Bivins which contain photographs and printed material from Georgia as well as a poster highlighting the divide between white and African American jobs in gay bars. The scrapbooks document the history of the Gay Liberation Movement and various gay pride celebrations, including the first pride march in New York City, June 1970. The collection also includes three promotional materials for gay bars in San Francisco, California. There are also a number of promotional items including pins, t-shirts, and a bobble head doll of Bubba D. Licious along with photographs and awards for Atlanta's Armorettes' Homecoming celebration.
Arranged by record type.
- Gay bars--California--20th century.
- Gay liberation movement.
- Gay men.
- Gay pride celebrations.
- Gay rights.
- Gays in advertising.
- Sexual minorities--Georgia.
|1||4||Armorettes Homecoming award, Ursula Quilfo, 1997|
|OP4||-||Armorettes Homecoming collage (AID Atlanta), Ursula Quilfo, 1997|
|1||5||Armorettes Homecoming photographs, 1996-1997, 2004|
|1||6||Armorettes calendars, 1995-1996|
|OP2||-||Armorettes photograph, no date|
|OP3||-||The Armory calendar, 1997|
|1||9||Atlanta Venture Sports, program binder, no date|
|1||3||The Beige Room (San Francisco, California) advertisements, circa 1950|
|OBV1||-||Bivins, Willis, scrapbook: "Life Has Been Your Art," 1974-2011, including photographs of gay pride celebrations and drag shows, as well as printed material about issues such as gay marriage.|
|BV1||-||Bivins, Willis, scrapbook: "Willis' Gay Liberation Journey," 1969-2010, including photographs of gay pride celebrations, including the first pride march in New York City in June 1970, as well as newspaper clippings and printed material such as "Gay Liberation" and "The Gay Manifesto."|
|1||2||Black Cat Café business card (San Francisco, California), circa 1960|
|2||-||Bubba D. Licious, bobble head doll, no date|
|1||7||Bubba D. Licious, photograph, no date|
|1||8||Eula Mae's Beauty, Bait and Tackle program cover and cast list, no date|
|XOP1||-||May Tag, Hans Vrable glass sculpture, no date|
|1||1||"Paris" in America standee advertisement (San Francisco, California), circa 1950|
|2||-||Pins, no date|
|OP5||-||Quilfo, Ursula, AID activists t-shirts, no date|
|XOP2||-||Quilfo, Ursula, award, Hans Vrable glass sculpture, no date|
|OP1||-||This is a Phenomenal Photograph, poster (Atlanta, Georgia), circa 1987|