Q. Gender and Sexuality Collections
Found in 40 Collections and/or Records:
Julie Rhoad papers
Ken Anderson papers
Ken Anderson is a novelist, poet and playright from Atlanta, Georgia. He is especially known for his works, The Intense Lover, Someone Bought the House on the Island, Hasty Hearts, and the play Mattie Cushman: A Psychodrama. He also served as a professor of English at Kennesaw State University in Georgia.
Leather Lifestyle erotica
The Leather Lifestyle Erotica is comprised of photographs, film, artwork and monographs depicting gay sexuality and in particular, the leather lifestyle. Artists include Tom of Finalnad, Arnell, Quaintance, Luger, and Larry Townsend.
LGBT Institute's Gregg Daugherty papers
The LGBTQ Institute's Gregg Daugherty Papers include photographs, programs, publications and digital objects. The bulk of the photographs document drag queens and performers who appeared in Atlanta's gay bars. The programs primarily highlight gay plays and events, and the publications were distributed to Georgia's gay communities. The digital objects include photographs of awards, copies of articles written by the donor, and other items that the donor wishes to retain.
LGBTQ Institute's Jim Allen papers
The LGBTQ Institute's Jim Allen papers, 1956-2016 (bulk 1989-1993), includes articles, clippings, correspondence, flyers, petitions, and protest ephemera and photographs of the many protests ACT UP organized in Atlanta. The materials relate to the many challenges posed to people with HIV during the height of the AIDS crisis.
Linda Ellis papers
The Linda Ellis papers, 1993-2017, consist of correspondence, meeting minutes, photographs, promotional materials, flyers, news clippings, t-shirts, financial records, pins, and artifacts. The bulk of the material comes from Ellis's work with the Atlanta Lesbian Cancer Initiative. Linda Ellis is a psychotherapist and former executive director of the Health Initiative (formally the Atlanta Lesbian Cancer Initiative).
Lorraine Fontana papers
Lorraine Fontana is an activist for the LGBTQ community and has fought for social justice since her early college days. Her papers, 1947-2014 (bulk 1968-2010), include correspondence, conference materials, flyers, notes, programs and publications, representing her activities in Atlanta, New York, and elsewhere.
Lynn Kear and K.V. Herndon papers
M. Charlene Ball papers
Mac McCusker sculpture
Mac McCusker sculpture is a ceramic piece depicting a bloody hand holding a grenade, circa 2009.
Mike Hall papers
Mike Hall (born 1958) taught at Dekalb Community College and its successor Georgia Perimeter College. A gay man impacted by the AIDS crisis, Hall became involved with the activist group ACT UP in the early 1990s, participating in its actions locally and in the Southeast. His papers, 1991-circa 2010, comprise a banner, photographs, and T-shirts related to gay activism.
Richard Rhodes papers
Richard Rhodes was a lobbyist in the Georgia Legislature, focusing on gay and lesbian concerns. The papers include printed materials, newspaper clippings, correspondence, organizational minutes, bylaws and financial records, artifacts including buttons, hat, and textiles.
Ron Lambe papers
The Ron Lambe Papers consist of three scrapbooks, a small envelope of photographs, and a painting relating to Running Water retreat, 1978-1985.
Steven Igarashi-Ball papers
The Steven Igarashi-Ball papers, 2019-2020, consist of memorabila from the Atlanta-Fulton County Library's Drag Queen Story Hour. The papers include a tote bag, a onesie, and two bookmarks.
Stonewall Bar Association of Georgia, Inc. records
The Stonewall Bar Association was founded to support gay, lesbian, transgender, and bisexual policies and lawmaking in the state of Georgia. The Association's records, 1995-2012, consist of correspondence, meeting minutes, bylaws, and reports donated by former officers.
Terri Wilder papers
Terri Wilder is an activist, HIV/AIDS advocate, and social worker who has worked in HIV patient services for over twenty years.
Terry Bird collection of Atlanta Lesbian and Gay History Thing records
Thomas H. Clephane collection of Gay Spirit Visions records
Thomas H. Clephane collection of Gay Spirit Visions records, 1998-2017, consists of photographs, programs, poetry, rituals, and a small amount of correspondence from Gay Spirit Visions events and members.
Thomas H. Crim, Jr. papers
Thomas H. Crim, Jr. (1918-2000) lived in Evans, Georgia, from around 1935. The majority of his papers consists of editorials, articles, and letters to the editor from the Augusta Chronicle, and documents Crim's opposition to the Chronicle's stance on gay rights, and, to a lesser extent, smokers' rights.