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|Statement||compiled by Alan V. Miller.|
|Series||Canadian Gay Archives publication -- no.4|
|LC Classifications||Z7164H6 M5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||15 leaves. --|
|Number of Pages||15|
Download Lesbian periodical holdings in the Canadian Gay Archives as of June, 1981
The types of archives varies greatly: from institutional collections focused on gender and sexuality, to smaller ones in people’s homes.
We’re currently creating a database of existing archives in Canada, and have some interesting highlight to share. The oldest in Canada is the Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives (CLGA).
If you are at all interested in the Archives, please visit our website, contact us ([email protected] or ) to come in for a tour, and perhaps also do some research. Donald W. McLeod works as a librarian at the Robarts Library, University of Toronto, and is a long-time volunteer at the Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives.
Angles is one of the many Canadian and other international lgbt periodicals microfilmed (in reels) and digitized by Gale Cengage from the extensive periodical collections of the ArQuives (formerly the Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives), Toronto. The Gale package is held by many academic libraries.
The Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives is housed in a lovely, yellow brick building at 34 Isabella St. This past weekend I decided to visit it for the first time and take in the serene, Italianate.
Find history at the Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives Young archivist helps to preserve oral histories, which still have a strong relevance for LGBT youth today. By Serafin LaRivierePM EST. Al Stanton-Hagan is an archivist working with the CLGA working on a large project in partnership with the University of Toronto.
"Our Own Voices: Lesbian and Gay Periodicals ss". The Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives. Archived from the original on 26 July Parkinson, Phil (). "Serials List". Lesbian and Gay Archives of New Zealand (LAGANZ) Footnotes.
The digitization of roughly 5, photographs, 2, posters and audio-visual works from the B.C. Gay and Lesbian Archives, a collection donated to the City Archives inis now complete. But, of the thousands of images that have been digitized, roughly 1, photographs depict people and events that have yet to be identified.
Canadian Gay and Lesbian Collection. Gay, Lesbian and Transgender Pulp Literature. Queer Mystery and Detective Fiction Other Campus Collections of LGBTQ Interest Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan (Saskatoon Office) Murray Building Basement.
Neil Richards This enormous collection (over 17 meters of boxes) was one of the earliest and. The Canadian Labour Congress convention in May approved a program to fight homophobia, to encourage lesbian and gay participation in unions and to negotiate same-sex benefits: Battista, M., “Planes, Trains and Automobilies: The Labour Movement Is Taking Up the Same-sex Benefits Battle” Xtra (10 June ) Journals & Books; Register Sign in.
Sign in Register. Our Own Voices: A Directory of Lesbian and Gay Periodicals, – Including the Complete Holdings of the Canadian Gay Archives (Canadian Gay Archives, ), ISBN Women's and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Movements (LGBT) Periodicals Collection, –, Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library.
checklist of Canadian lesbian and gay periodicals published during the period, arranged alphabetically by title. Appendix three was a preliminary checklist of Canadian lesbian and gay bars and clubs active during througharranged geographically.
Lesbian and Gay Liberation in Canada: A Selected Annotated Chronology, – InDon McLeod, a Librarian at the University of Toronto published volume one of a ground-breaking two volume set titled Lesbian and Gay Liberation in Canada.
The book methodically chronicles ‘the people, places, legislation, protests, publications and organizations that defined the LGBT movement in Canada’ from to appendices. The first is a checklist of lesbian, gay, and transsexual organizations in Canada active during the period througharranged geographically and then alphabetically by place.
The second is a checklist of Canadian lesbian, gay, and transsexual periodicals published during througharranged alphabetically by title. In the Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives there is a slim file for the Lavender Librarians.
Inside is a barrel-folded pamphlet, printed on lavender cardstock. The name references a traditional colour of non-hetronormativity. The Gay and Lesbian Archives of Edmonton was created to capture the history and the important records of various organizations created by and for the Gay and Lesbian community in Edmonton.
An early organization, originating as a University of Alberta student and faculty group lobbying to change laws discriminating against homosexuals, was the. Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives (CLGA) Hours: Tuesday-Thursday, pmpm; Friday, pmpm Location: 34 Isabella Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M4Y 1N1 Contact: ; [email protected] Access: Open to the Public; Prior to visiting, please send an email at least 2 business days prior to planned visit with a detailed note on what you plan to consult; Some holdings are stored.
Administrative History of The Manitoba Gay and Lesbian Archives. The Manitoba Gay and Lesbian Archives collection is the result of concerted efforts by the Winnipeg Gay/Lesbian Resource Centre (est) staff to compile records about Manitoba’s LGBTTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Two-Spirit and Queer) history.
To try to compensate for this lesbian invisibility, CGA self-published a listing of its lesbian holdings, Lesbian Periodical Holdings in the Canadian Gay Archives (, 15 pages), which was the fourth bibliography in CGA’s publication series.
Besides lesbian titles, the bibliography included feminist titles with significant lesbian content. Raegan Swanson is the Executive Director at the Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives (CLGA) located in Toronto, Ontario. Her professional background includes Library and Archives Canada, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC), the Aanischaaukamikw Cree Cultural Institute, and Archival Advisor for the Council of Archives New Brunswick.
In speaking of his donation, Dutton says: The BC Gay and Lesbian Archives was founded in to collect, organize, preserve and make publicly accessible the ongoing stories of Vancouver’s gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered and two-spirited communities, from earliest historical times to the present.
Photograph courtesy of the Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives Here, a look at some of the book’s most memorable photos. Allan Gardens. Circa J On February 5, The ArQuives: Canada's LGBTQ2+ Archives, formerly known as the Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives, is a Canadian non-profit organization, founded in as the Canadian Gay Liberation Movement Archives, that acquires, preserves, and provides public access to material on the history of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and two-spirit communities in Canada and internationally.
©CanadaHelps CanadaHelps is a registered charity | Charity Registration Number: RR Accessibility Contact Us. The project takes Don McLeod’s books, Lesbian and Gay Liberation in Canada: A Selected Annotated Chronology Volumes 1 and 2 and converts them into a database that will allow users to explore the people, places, events, and publications that defined the history of gay liberation in Canada between and "Our Own Voices: Lesbian & Gay Periodicals ss".
Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives. Archived from the original on 2 February CS1 maint: ref=harv ; Parkinson, Phil (). "Serials List". Lesbian and Gay Archives of New Zealand (LAGANZ) CS1 maint: ref=harv.
The Canadian gay liberation movement experienced its own national beacon moment on February 5 th, during the bathhouse raids in Toronto. Similar events occurred in Montreal and Ottawa prior to the Summer Olympic Games, though the scale of resistance was.
International Directory of Gay and Lesbian Periodicals. Phoenix, Oryx Press, Miller, Alan. Our Own Voices: A Directory of Gay and Lesbian Periodicals, Including the Holdings of the Canadian Gay Archives.
Toronto, The Archives, Streitmatter, Rodger. Unspeakable: The Rise of the Gay and Lesbian Press in America. The Gay & Lesbian Review / Worldwide (The G&LR) is a bimonthly magazine targeting an educated readership of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (GLBT) men and the tagline, “a bimonthly journal of history, culture, and politics,” The G&LR publishes essays in a wide range of disciplines as well as reviews of books, movies, and plays.
MBE, CD: An Autobiography (Toronto ) (in holdings of Toronto Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives), especially ; Dana Flavelle, "Homosexuality Destroyed Decorated Soldier's Career," Toronto Star, 15 MarchA15; the interview with George Marshall, Two, (Toronto), July/August,12 and the interviews dramatized in Lisa Steele's and.
Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services, Vol Issue 4 () Articles. Article. Parents learning about their children’s TGNC identities. Tee R. Tyler, Boglarka S. Huddleston, Farren A. Barnett, Caroline L.
Kohring & Cassidy M. Spaeth. Pages: Published online: 07 May This spring the Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives is embracing change and a new name: Posted on Ma by The ArQuives We are so excited to share the launch of The ArQuives name and logo with all of you, and would like to take this time to say THANK YOU for all of the incredible support we have received over the past 45 years.
The Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives (CLGA) is the largest independent LGBTQ+ archives in the world. With a focus on Canadian content, the CLGA acquires, pr.
Canadian Lesbian & Gay Archives WHERE: Toronto, Canada In a gay-friendly country like Canada, it’s not surprising that its national LGBTQ archives have been a. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Mental Health List of Issues Vol Issue 4 Journal of Gay & Lesbian Mental Health.
Search in: Advanced search. Submit an article. New content alerts RSS. Subscribe. Citation search. Citation search. Current issue Browse list of issues Explore. Top. The Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives, now known as the ArQuives, is located at 34 Isabella Street in Toronto’s village.
The New York Public Library has put together an exhibition and reading guide for Stonewall Recommended Reading List: Any Other Way: How Toronto Got Queer; The Stonewall Reader (also available as an ebook).
The Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives is a non-profit organization in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, which collects material relating to the history of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities in Canada. The archives were established in by The Body Politic's editorial collective.
Originally named Canadian Gay Liberation Movement Archives, the organization became the Canadian Gay. The ArQuives (formerly known as the Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives), 34 Isabella Street, ☏ +1 Tu-Th PM, F PM.
The archives hold a wide range of artifacts including memorabilia, pins, t-shirts, periodicals, audio and video documentation, oral histories, personal papers, and organizational records. 1 day ago PR Newswire’s news distribution, targeting, monitoring and marketing solutions help you connect and engage with target audiences across the globe.
The Canadian Journal of Industry, Science, and Art (full serial archives) Canadian Journal of Mathematics (partial serial archives) Canadian Journal of Plant Science (; issues more than 1 year old free to read online) (partial serial archives) Canadian Journal of Public Health (partial serial archives) The Canadian Journal of Science.
We Got,” posted at the Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives web site as of. Janu This item is said to have been prepared in response to a. question, May 1,by Svend Robinson, and to have been reprinted in. The Body Politic, the Canadian gay liberation newspaper, apparently in.
July Not verified.Gay and lesbian community, support and spirit selected periodicals and newsletters from the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual,Transgender Selected periodicals and newsletters from the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual,Transgender Historical Society | Gay rights movement.
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