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Radical History Review : — No one knew where it came from, but everyone was becoming scared. In Hawley, John ed. The society signed an initial five-year lease for the space in late ; the extensive build-out of the museum, along with a significant discount on the monthly rent, was donated by Walgreen Company , which holds the primary lease and uses about one-quarter of the storefront as an extension for operations of its adjacent satellite pharmacy. LGBT portal. Download as PDF Printable version.
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Thousands of newspapers, magazines, television and radio broadcasts, blogs and other outlets in at least 75 countries and 38 languages covered the opening. Among the items on display were a distinctive example of the society's collection of textiles: the pantsuits that Del Martin and Phyllis Lyon wore to their wedding during San Francisco's "Winter of Love" in and again in when they became the first couple to wed during the brief period when the state's high court legalized same-sex marriage in California. Los Angeles Times. The collection includes everyday objects such the battered, gold-painted kitchen table from Milk's apartment and several antique cameras that had been displayed at Castro Camera , his shop in San Francisco's Castro District.
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Description: Category Portal. Her most well known work includes "Sister Outsider," a collection of her essays and speeches, and the semi-autobiographical "Zami: A New Spelling of My Name. The Historical Society has had six executive directors during the course of its history. For those interested in the history of Buffalo and Western New York's Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgendered communities, here is where you will find it. In June , the GLBT Historical Society announced a long-term initiative to build a "new museum of LGBTQ history and culture"—a world-class center for LGBT public history projected for completion in the coming decade; the center would include expanded galleries and archives, new spaces for hosting public programs and researchers, and other enhanced facilities.