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The GLBT Historical Society Museum, located in the heart of San Francisco’s Castro District, is the first full-scale, stand-alone museum of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender history and culture in the United States.
as a member to ensure the conservation, exhibition and interpretation of LGBTQ history. Thanks to you, we can grow our collection of important historical materials, showcase them in the museum, and preserve them for the benefit of future generations.
by contributing to Vision 2020, our Annual Fund, to sustain our mission and help us plan for a New Museum of LGBTQ History and Culture.
Photos: Robert Pruzan, Gilbert Baker and rainbow flag, ca. 1978, Robert Pruzan collection (1998-36); Henri Leleu, Man picketing federal building, 1968, Henri Leleu papers (1997-13); Dave Earl, Exterior of the GLBT Historical Society Museum; Marie Ueda, Third World Gay Caucus, 1977, Marie Ueda photographs (2006-12); Marie Ueda, Harvey Milk in the 1978 Gay Freedom Day parade, 1978, Marie Ueda photographs (2006-12), all photos from the GLBT Historical Society