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Columbia LGBT records, 1961-1990, bulk 1967-1989

Series VII: Subject Files, 1961-1989

Organized into two subseries, this series contains collected fliers, correspondence and informational materials on topics of interest to the gay community.

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Series VII.1: General, 1964-1989

This subseries consists of collected fliers, correspondence, and informational material pertaining mostly to organizations and services which address the social, psychological medical needs of local and national gay communities. The subseries also contain files for Columbia-specific topics, such as the library, as well as Gay People at Columbia (GPC) and Columbia Gay and Lesbian Alliance (CGLA) communications with other publications. Maintaining the original organization of the files, the subseries is arranged alphabetically according to the organization's name or topic. Many of the folders are dedicated to gay student organizations within the United States as well as internationally.



Box 6 Advocate, 1985 January 25, 1985


Alcoholism, 1980-1988


Alpine County (California), 1971


American Lutheran Church, undated


Association of Gay Psychologists, 1975


Bills, Paid, Various, 1970-1972


Bisexuality, 1973-1974


Association of Lesbian and Gay Social Workers, 1982


Books, 1968-1970


Boys in the Band, 1974 October 8, 1974


Butler Library (C.U.), 1970-1971


Center Coordinating Council, 1973-1974


Chicago Resource Center, 1984-1988


Christian Anti-Homosexuality Trash, 1983-1984


Christopher Street Financial, undated


Christopher Street Magazine, 1982 March16, 1982


Community Services Center, undated


Compass -- Chelsea Coordinating Committee on Drug Addiction, Inc., 1975 November 26, 1975


Conferences, 1972


Council on Religion and the Homosexual, 1966-1967


Counseling, undated


CUNY-Richmond College, 1973 December, 1973


Drag Affairs, undated


Film, 1974


G & C Merriam Company, 1965-1971


Gay Academic Union, 1975


Gay Community Services -- Los Angeles, 1973


Gay and Lesbian Student Union, undated


Gay Media Coalition, undated


Gay Men's Health Care Center, 1974 October 16, 1974


Gay People of Brooklyn College, 1973 December, 1973


Gay People's Alliance, 1972


Gay Resource Center (Olumpia, Washington), undated


"Gay Scene,", 1974


Gay Scene (NYC), 1971


Gay Student Conference, 1986


Gay Students Council (GSC), 1973


Gay Students' Guide to the Colleges, 1987 March1, 1987


Gay Studies, 1974


Gay Switchboard (S.F.), 1971 August 12, 1971


Gay Switchboard (N.Y.), 1973


Gay Teachers' Organization, undated


Gay Travel Resorts, 1982-1983


Gay Synagogue = Gay Jewish Activities, 1971-1983


GPU (University of Wisconsin -- Milwaukee), 1971-1972


Gyspy Feet (travel service), 1973


Halifax, 1972


Health, undated


High School Project, undated



Box 7 Homofiel Studenten Dispuut (Netherlands), 1968


Homosexual Community Counseling Service, 1977


Homosexual Community Counseling Center, 1972-1974


Homosexual Information Center, 1974-1975


Homosexuality, 1966-1974


Homosexuality as a Problem, 1964-1970


Homosexuals Intransigent, 1973-1974


Hunter Fine Arts Society, 1974 October 8, 1974


IBM Selectric, 1975 May 21, 1975


Identity House, undated


In Magazine, 1969


Institute of Human Freedom Dobbs Ferry, 1973


Institute for Human Identity, 1973-1975


Janus Film Society, 1973


Joint Committee for Student Life, 1972-1973


Katosi's Sarcoma Project -- Michael Lange and Hardy Kornfield,, 1981


Kean College (NJ) Gay Coalition, 1973


Knoxville Lesbian Collective, 1973


Kt. Vermeulen, undated


The Lavender People, Venice California, 1971-1972


Lesbian Resource Center -- Minneapolis, 1973 January 3, 1973


Liberation House Gay Collective (NYC), 1971


Library, 1970-1974


Louisiana State University, 1984-1985


Low Library, 1971-1973


Low Life, 1984


Mandrake Society (St. Louis), 1972 May 29, 1972


Manford, Morty, 1972


Marriages -- Gay, 1970


Mattachine Midwest, undated


MCC (SF), 1971 August 13, 1971


Memphis Tennessee, 1970 November, 1970


Metropolitan Gay Community Council, 1972


Midwest Services Center, 1971


Minnesota Gay Community, 1975 May, 1975


National Gay Student Center, 1971-1974


National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE), 1977 October 10, 1977


NELGSU, 1987-1989


New Mexico University, 1970 December, 1970


New York City Gay Men's Chorus, 1982 July 18, 1982


New York University, 1979-1984


New York Times, 1971-1975


NY Times, 1971


NY Post, 1971-1977


Ninth Street Center, undated


NYC Gay Events, undated


Oberlin College, 1972 October, 1972


Office of the Student Advocate, undated


OGRC, 1977


ONE Institute of Homophile Studies, 1968-1972


Oscar Wilde Bookshop, 1974


Out (Magazine), 1974


Paolella, Edward, 1983


Parents of Gays, 1975-1983


Parents of Gays, 1973-1977


Patchwork Majority, 1975


Poetry -- Paollela, Ed., 1983


Poetry at the Riverside Church/Washington Square Church, 1982


PMLA, 1978 May, 1978


Population Control, undated


Poster -- Advertisement, 1972


Religion, 1967-1977


Religion and GPCB, 1973


Religious Institutions, undated


Renaissance House, 1973-1974


Residence Halls, 1973-1982


Santa Barbara (UC) Library, 1970


Rutgers -- Newark, undated


Senior Action in a Gay Environment, 1982 December, 1982


Southern California Council on Religion and the Homophile, 1968 March1, 1968


Spanish Speaking Gays, 1974


Stein and Day, undated


Stonewall, 1971-1973


Stonewall, 1982-1983


SUNY -- Stonebrook, 1982 November, 1982


Theatre, 1968-1974


TOSOS, 1974


Trans-sexuals, 1969-1973


Tyler, Robin, undated


Union Theological Seminary, 1972 January 10, 1972


University of Connecticut, undated


University of Florida -- Gainesville, 1974


University of Michigan, 1973 February, 1973


Vanguard Magazine, undated


Vector, 1974


Vice Chairperson and Earl Hall Representative, 1973-1974


Village Voice, 1971-1974


WBAI, 1972-1974


WCBS -- FM, 1971-1972


West Side Discussiong Group, 1967-1974


York University Homophile Association, 1970-1971


Subseries VII.2: Politics and Activism, 1961-1989

This subseries consists of collected fliers, memos, correspondence, and news clippings pertaining to activism on behalf of gay rights and political recognition. Maintaining the original organization of the files, the subseries is arranged alphabetically according to topic or organization. The collected material focuses on the AIDS crisis, New York City Pride (especially the activities of the Christopher Street Liberation Committee in the 1970s), the Gay Liberation movement, legal reform (especially discrimination laws and sodomy laws), local New York City politics, and the Vietnam War (especially draft deferments and anti-war protests). Some of the fliers and memos indicate Gay People at Columbia-Barnard (GPCB) and Columbia Gay and Lesbian Alliance (CGLA) involvement in political advocacy.


Box 7 Academic Freedom, 1965-1983


AIDS Literature, 1985-1989


Anti-war Marches, undated


Armed Services, 1967-1974


Austin Gay Liberation, 1970-1971


Brown, Howard, 1975


Bryant, Anita, 1977


Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights, 1982 March15, 1982


Campaign, 1971-1972


Canadian Conference -- York U, 1972


Christopher Street Liberation Day Committee, 1973-1982


Christopher Street Liberation Day, 1971-973


Christopher Street Parade, 1982-1984


Civil Rights, 1967-1974


CLU, undated


Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights, 1987-1989


Comptroller, 1986



Box 8 Discrimination, 1963-1974


Divestment, undated


DOB (NYC), 1970


Draft, 1970


Draft, 1967-1970


Eulenspiegel Society (S/M Liberation Group), 1974 March14, 1974


Family Protection Act, undated


FBI, 1975


Federal Government, 1971


Flyers, 1982


GAA (NYC), 1970-1975


Gay Activists Alliance of New York, 1971-1974


Gay and Lesbian Independent Democrats (GLID), 1982


Gay Liberation, undated


Gay Liberation of Westchester GLOW, 1973-1974


Gay Marches, 1971-1974


Gay People's Alliance, 1974


Gay Political Caucus (NYC), 1972


Gay Rights Action Coalition, 1974


Intro I (Gay Rights Bill), undated


Intro 2 (Gay Rights Bill), 1974


Intro #475 (Gay Rights Bill), 1971-1974


Intro #554 (Gay Rights Bill), 1977


Gay Sunshine, 1971-1973


Help, Inc., 1972


Homophile Action League (Philadelphia), undated


Homophile Social Services (SF), 1971 October 19, 1971


Homosexual Action Forum, Oakland, CA, 1971


International Gay and Lesbian Conference, 1987-1988


International Gay Rights Congress, 1974-1976


Kalos Society, 1971


Kentucky Courts -- Hartford, New Haven, 1975


Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund, 1982


Law Reform, 1966-1969


Laws, 1961-1971


Legal Papers, undated


Legal Papers, undated


Lesbian Feminist Liberation, 1973-1974


Lesbians, 1973-1977


Mattachine Society of New York, 1967


May or -- NYC (Koch, Edward), 1983


May or -- NYC (Lindsay, John), 1970-1972


Michigan Gay Liberation, 1974


Ministry and Homosexuality, 1965-1973


Modern Political Movements, 1971-1973


NELGSU/GLASNYC, 1986-1987


National Coalition of Gay Activists (NCGA), 1975-1976


National Gay Mobilizing Committee, 1973


National Gay Task Force, 1969-1977


National Peace Action Coalition, undated


NYC Department of Health, 1987


New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU), 1982 August, 1982


New York Gay Legal Caucus, 1972


New York State Coalition of Gay Organizations, 1972-1975


NYSCGO, 1975-1977


NGTF Info, 1976-1982


Police, undated


Political, 1973


Politicians (Cuomo, Rotherberg, Moynhan), 1977-1988


Political Correspondence, 1983


Political Endorsements of GPC, 1977


Political Letters and News, 1981


Queens Liberation Front, 1973


Religion -- Gay Rights Congress Statement, 1974 December 22, 1974


S.I.R., 1968-1973


Socialism, undated


Society for Psychological Study of Social Issues (SPSSI), 1981-1982


Society for Individual Rights, 1973 May 23, 1973


Third World Gay Revolution (NYC), 1971


United Front of Gay Organizations (Chicago), undated


Village Voice, 1975


Wisconsin Non-discrimination Law, 1980-1982


Women's Action Alliance, undated


Women's Liberation, 1971-1973


Young Socialist Alliance, undated