Goldstaub family papers,
5.0 cubic feet
Papers, photographs, correspondence, posters, videotapes, audiotapes, 8mm film reels, CDs, musical score, press releases, ephemera, items of clothing, birth and death certificates, scrapbooks, autobiographical essay.
The Goldstaub family papers relate to the effect on the family of Sylvia and Bernie Goldstaub when their son Mark came out to them as a gay man in 1977 and later when he became HIV-positive. The collection includes an audiotape of "Venetian Echoes" composed by Paul Goldstaub in memory of Mark, as well as the score and program notes. Also materials relating to Sylvia's book Unconditional Love: Mom! Dad! Love Me Please!
Language: Collection material in English
Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library