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Source:   American Library Association Conference in Dallas, Texas; Jack Nichols and Lige Clarke in the Gay newsweekly office, NYC ....


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[Barbara Gittings and Isabel Miller kissing at the "Hug a Homosexual" booth, ALA] / Kay Tobin Lahusen

Image ID: 1606063

[Barbara Gittings and Isabel Miller kissing at the "Hug a Homosexual" booth, ALA] / Kay Tobin Lahusen (1971)

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Image Title

:  [Barbara Gittings and Isabel Miller kissing at the "Hug a Homosexual" booth, ALA] / Kay Tobin Lahusen

Creator

: Tobin, Kay -- Photographer

Additional Name(s)

: Tobin, Kay -- Creator
Gittings, Barbara, 1932-2007 -- Creator

Specific Material Type

: photographs

Notes

: From attached note: [B.G. + other gay activists wake up the ALA, 1971. Dallas. My photo of the first gay kissing booth. ALA Exhibit Hall. Photo by KTL.--"Hug-a-Homosexual" booth run by ALA/SRRT* Task Force on Gay Liberation at ALA annual conference in June 1971 in Dallas. Left to right: -Israel Fishman, co-founder of the Task Force -Unidentified Task Force member -Barbara Gittings -Isabel Miller, author of "Patience and Sarah," winner of f ....
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Source

: Barbara Gittings and Kay Tobin Lahusen gay history papers and photographs / Photographs by Kay Tobin Lahusen and others / American Library Association Conference in Dallas, Texas; Jack Nichols and Lige Clarke in the Gay newsweekly office, NYC, 1971

Location

: Stephen A. Schwarzman Building / Manuscripts and Archives Division

Catalog Call Number

: MssCol 6397

Digital ID

: 1606063

Record ID

: 1080670

Digital Item Published

: 12-12-2007; updated 3-25-2011

Rights Notice

: Kay Tobin Lahusen

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