11. LGBT History Research Collection
Found in 29 Collections and/or Records:
Digitized recordings of the KPFT radio programs "After Hours" and "Wilde n' Stein," and "Lesbian & Gay Voices." Additional live recordings and other programs are included.
508 boxes of books, serials, archives, photographs, and artifacts documenting the local, national, and international history, artistic and literary production, political and cultural activism, and significant individuals, organizations, and events in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community. The Log Cabin Republicans-Houston Records are the only materials that are processed in this collection. Processing is ongoing.
Personal papers of Marion E. Coleman, owner of House of Coleman print shop, Kindred Spirits bar, and the Kindred Spirits foundation.
This collection is not yet fully processed. For questions about materials in this collection or to request access, contact the collection curator Joyce Gabiola firstname.lastname@example.org.
This collection is not yet fully processed and does not currently have a full finding aid available online. For assistance, please contact Special Collections by emailing curator Joyce Gabiola email@example.com.
Digital surrogates of the VHS cassette tapes, "Diana Awards 1982," "Diana Awards 1983," and "Diana Awards 1988" are available to view on the Special Collections Reading Room computer.
The collection contains recordings of radio programs that were broadcast on KPFT and collected and digitized by JD Doyle. It is organized into three series: Wilde ‘N’ Stein, Lesbian & Gay Voices, and Various Radio Spots. There are 34 episodes of Wilde ‘N’ Stein, 94 episodes of Lesbian & Gay Voices, and 8 various radio spots, including Gay Pride commercials, PSAs, and others.
The collection is not yet fully processed. Some materials may be restricted or not available for access. For questions about materials in this collection or to request access, please contact curator Joyce Gabiola at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Digital and digitized files created by Phyllis Frye on the "History of the Transgender Movement, volume 2" delivered to the University of Houston Libraries by Judge Frye on a thumb drive. Access to the digital files is available in the University of Houston Libraries Special Collections reading room. Contact UH Libraries Special Collections curator Joyce Gabiola email@example.com for more information.
This collection does not currently have a finding aid available online. For assistance, please contact Special Collections by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The personal papers of life partners Pat Gustavson, an architect and pediatric hematologist, and Mignon Weisinger, an artist, in Houston and Galveston. The papers document their life partnership, early and family lives, education, careers, and community.
[The Gustavson and Weisinger papers are being processed but are available for research. Please contact curator Joyce Gabiola at email@example.com with questions.]