Ten displays focus on facets of queer life from the 19th century to today. This exhibition features rich multimedia drawn from our archival collections. Hover over the pictures below for more information.
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The archives of the GLBT Historical Society contain approximately 800 collections of personal papers, photographs, audiovisual recordings, and organizational records. These collections include unpublished material such as letters, diaries and scrapbooks documenting the lives of both average people and community leaders.
FEATURED AUDIO ARCHIVE: ORANGE TUESDAY REACTION (1977)
June 8th 1977. The day after Dade County voters denied gay people their civil rights: news feeds from around the country, a Paul Harvey commentary, poetry, listener call-ins, coverage of a spontaneous demonstration and Anita Bryant’s infamous “normal majority” speech.