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Contents List

   Container / Location    Title
 
Series I. Internal Files [series]:
 
Founding and Planning [subseries]:
  1  
Certificate of Incorporation
  1  
Statement of Purpose
  1  
Goals and Objectives
  1  
Mission Statement
  1  
Proposed By-Laws
  1  
By-Laws
  1  
By-Laws
  1  
Regional Structure Proposal
  1  
National Board Proposal
  1  
National Advisory Board to broaden NGTF
  1  
Proposal for NGTF
  1  
Merger: GRNL/RPF/NGTF-FHD (Gay Rights National Lobby, Right to Privacy Foundation, National Gay Task Force-Fund for Human Dignity)
  1  
Certificate of Amendment of the Certificate of Incorporation
  1  
Personnel manual
  294  
Personnel manuals (2 folders)
  1  
Personnel Manual, Strategic Planning
  1  
Summary of Achievements
  1  
Brochure: Timeline of Accomplishments
  1  
Recent Accomplishments
  1  
General Information
  1  
Affirmative Action Resolution
  1  
Executive Director Job Description and Evaluation Form
  1  
Proposed Amendment to Board Member Job Description
  1  
Project Proposals
  1  
Metropolitan Area Volunteers
  266  
Progress Report and Plan for Action
 
Board Materials: Contact Information [subseries]:
  2  
Contact Information
  2  
Contact Information
  2  
Field Interests
  2  
NGTLF Directory of Cooperating Organizations
  2  
Contact Information
  2  
Contact Information
  2  
(Selected) Contact Information
  2  
Staff Contact Information
  2  
Contact Information
  2  
NGLTF/PI Board of Directors Matrix, Staff Room Lists
  2  
Business Cards
  2  
Provisional Staff/Interim Board of Directors List
  2  
Beauchamp, Bill correspondence
  2  
Campbell, Jack correspondence
  2  
Daniels, Matthew correspondence
  2  
Dobinski, Karla correspondence
  2  
Gerash, Jerry correspondence
  2  
Gomez, Jose correspondence
  2  
Hinkle, Charles correspondence
  2  
Siegel, Paul correspondence
  2  
Valeska, Lucia correspondence
  2  
Correspondence
  2  
Correspondence
  2  
Miscellaneous correspondence
  258  
Board of Directors List
  2  
Correspondence
  2  
Correspondence
  2  
Correspondence re: Electoral Process
  2  
Memoranda
  2  
Memoranda
  2  
Memoranda
  2  
Memoranda from Strategic Planning Committee
  2  
Memoranda
  2  
Memoranda re: Martin Hiraga as Grassroots Organizer
  293  
Executive Director reports-Virginia Apuzzo, Jeff Levi (2 folders)
  293  
Board correspondence (3 folders)
  294  
Old Board lists (1 folder)
 
Board Materials: Administrative Files [subseries]:
  2  
Memoranda and Related Material re: Affiliation with a Public Interest Law Firm
  2  
NGTF/GRA (Gay Rights Advocate) Merger
  2  
NGLTF Board Fundraising
  2  
Loan from Atlas Savings and Loan Associates
  2  
Development Plan
  2  
Monthly Reports on NGTF Educational Projects
  2  
Speakers Bureau: Action Plan for the 1980s
  2  
National Advisory Board Proposals and Staff Comments
  2  
Planning Programs
  2  
National Advisory Committee Report to Board of Directors
  2  
Strategic Planning Committee
  2  
Program Review Committee
  2  
Staff Plan: Management Assessment of NGLTF conducted by The Support Center of Washington
  294  
Board commitments (1 folder)
  294  
National Gay Task Force techincal proposal for development (1 folder)
  294  
Strategic planning (5 folders)
  294  
Board retreat (1 folder)
  294  
Board-strategic plan (1 folder)
  294  
Strategic Vision Retreat, San Francisco (1 folder)
  294  
Merger options for NGLTF/Servicemembers Legal Defense Network (1 folder)
 
Board Materials: Meetings [subseries]:
  2  
Board Materials
  2  
Board of Directors and Executive Committee Meeting Minutes
  2  
Miscellaneous "Originals"
  2  
Board Materials
  2  
Board Materials
  2  
Board of Directors and Executive Committee Meeting Minutes
  2  
Board Materials
  2  
Board of Directors and Executive Committee Meeting Minutes
  2  
Board Materials
  2  
Miscellaneous "Originals"
  2  
Board Materials
  2  
Executive Committee Materials
  2  
Board Meeting Materials and related Executive memoranda
  3  
Board Meeting Materials and related Executive memoranda
  3  
Board of Directors and Executive Committee Meeting Minutes
  3  
Board Materials
  3  
Board Meeting Minutes
  3  
Board of Directors "Originals"
  3  
Board of Directors and Executive Committee Meeting Minutes
  3  
Board Meeting Minutes, June 1980-July 1981
  3  
Board of Directors "Originals"
  3  
Board of Directors and Executive Committee Meeting Minutes
  3  
Board Meeting Minutes, August 1981-August 1982
  3  
Board of Directors and Executive Committee Meeting Minutes
  3  
Transcript of Conversation with NGTF Board of Directors and Virginia Apuzzo, October 2
  3  
Board of Directors "Originals"
  3  
Board of Directors Meeting "Originals," February
  3  
Board Report, August
  3  
Board Report, November 1982-February 1985
  3  
Board Report
  3  
Board Materials
  3  
Board of Directors Meeting Minutes
  3  
Women's Caucus Meeting Minutes
  3  
Board of Directors and Executive Committee Meeting Minutes
  3  
Board Report
  3  
Board Materials
  3  
Board of Directors Meeting Minutes
  3  
Board of Directors Meeting Minutes, June
  3  
Board Meeting Materials
  3  
Board Meeting Materials, February 7-9, 1986
  3  
Board Materials
  3  
Board Materials
  3  
Program Committee
  3  
Board Meeting Materials
  3  
NGLTF and NGLTFPI Board Meeting Agenda
  3  
Board Meeting Materials: Comparative Salary Survey
  3  
Board Reports
  3  
Board of Directors Meeting Minutes
  3  
Board Orientation
  3  
Board Orientation Packet
  291  
Board of Directors meetings (37 folders)
  292  
Board of Directors meetings (37 folders)
  292  
Minutes (4 folders)
  293  
Minutes (4 folders)
  293  
Board mailings (18 folders)
  297  
Board of Directors Meeting Packet
 
*Board Materials: Board of Directors Applications and Elections - not microfilmed [subseries]:
  4  
Background Information for Board Applicants
  4  
Board of Directors Application/Description
  4  
Board Nominations Committee
  4  
Nominee Applications
  4  
Nominee Applications
  4  
Candidate Applications/Nominations
  4  
Candidate Applications/Nominations
  4  
Nominee Applications
  4  
Nominee Applications (unelected)
  4  
Nominee Applications
  4  
Nominee Applications
  4  
Applicant Biographies and Form Letters
  4  
Nominee Applications
  4  
Nominee Applications
  4  
Board Nominations/Additional Board Resignations and Vacancies
  4  
Nominee Applications
  4  
Nominee Applications
  4  
Miscellaneous Board Applications
  4  
Board Election Ballots
  4  
Disqualified Election Ballots
  4  
Board Election Results
  4  
Applications
  4  
Nominations
  4  
Nominations
  4  
Applications
  4  
Miscellaneous Nominations
  4  
Board Election Ballot
  4  
Applications
  4  
Applications
  5  
Applications [RESTRICTED]
  5  
Applications [RESTRICTED]
  5  
Applications [RESTRICTED]
  5  
Applications [RESTRICTED]
  5  
Applications RESTRICTED]
  5  
Applications [RESTRICTED]
 
Board Materials: Searches [subseries]:
  5  
*Male Co-Executive Director Search Committee - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  5  
*Female Co-Executive Director Candidates, A-F - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  5  
*Female Co-Executive Director Candidates, G-R --not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  5  
*Female Co-Executive Directors Candidates, S-Z - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  5  
*Male Co-Executive Director Candidates, A-G --not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  5  
*Male Co-Executive Director Candidates, H-K --not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  5  
*Male Co-Executive Director Candidates, L-O --not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  5  
*Male Co-Executive Director Candidates, P-S --not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  5  
*Male Co-Executive Director Candidates, T-Z --not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  5  
*Resumes (General) - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  5  
*Media Director Candidates - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  5  
*Director of Administration and Finance Candidates - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
 
Board Materials: Subject Files [subseries]:
  5  
Anti-Discrimination Policy
  5  
Board Liabilities
  5  
Clippings
  5  
Clippings: White House Meeting
  5  
Democratic/Republican National Committee Platform Committee Hearing
  5  
Equal Employment Organizing
  5  
Invitation to Reception with Board of Directors
  5  
Security
  5  
Telephone Service
  5  
Time Reports (blank)
  5  
Travel Policy
 
Board Materials: Audiorecordings [subseries]:
  5  
Executive Committee Meeting and Correspondence Transcript of Virginia Apuzzo's Remarks, October 1-3 and correspondence audiotapes
 
Executive Directors: General Files [subseries]:
  6  
Voeller, Bruce
  6  
O'Leary, Jean
  6  
Valeska, Lucia
  6  
Brydon, Charles
  6  
Apuzzo, Virginia
  6  
List and Photos of Executive Directors, 1973-c.1982
 
Executive Directors: Bruce Voeller: correspondence, alphabetical [subseries]:
  7  
A correspondence
  7  
B correspondence
  7  
B correspondence
  7  
B correspondence
  7  
C correspondence
  7  
C correspondence
  7  
G correspondence
  7  
G correspondence
  7  
H correspondence
  7  
H correspondence
  7  
I correspondence
  7  
J correspondence
  7  
K correspondence
  7  
K correspondence
  7  
L correspondence
  7  
M correspondence
  7  
M correspondence
  7  
N correspondence
  7  
O correspondence
  7  
P correspondence
  7  
R correspondence
  7  
S correspondence
  7  
S correspondence
  7  
S correspondence
  7  
T correspondence
  7  
U correspondence
  7  
V correspondence
  7  
W correspondence
  7  
W correspondence
  7  
Y and Z correspondence
 
Executive Directors: Bruce Voeller: subject files, alphabetical [subseries]:
  8  
Male Co-Executive Director Book of Minutes
  8  
Report to U.S. Civil Rights Commission
  8  
Annual Report
  8  
Annual Report
  8  
Annual Report
  8  
Annual Report
  8  
Audit
  8  
Audit
  8  
Audit
  8  
Audit
  8  
Audit
  8  
Audit
  8  
Audit
  8  
Audit
  8  
Audit
  8  
CETA funds application (Comprehensive Employment Training Act)
  8  
CETA Work Project (Comprehensive Employment Training Act)
  8  
Charitable Standards: Philanthropic Advisory Service
  8  
Computer Possibility Project
  8  
Computer Systems
  8  
Filing Index
  8  
Finance: Amalgamated Bank of New York
  8  
Finance: Bank Documents
  8  
Finance: Chase Bank Forms
  8  
Finance: Chemical Bank Forms
  8  
Finance: First Women's Safe Deposit Box
  8  
Finance: Master Charge
  8  
Finance: North Community State Bank, Chicago
  8  
Foundation: Filer Commission
  8  
Fund Grants
  8  
Fund Grants
  8  
Greenbaum, Wolff and Erst Counsel
  8  
Insurance: Blue Cross
  8  
Insurance: Office Liability
  8  
Intercession, Church of
  8  
IRS: 501 (c)(3) Gay Corporations.
  8  
IRS: Fed/FICA
  8  
IRS: Fed/FICA
  8  
IRS: 990
  8  
IRS: 990
  8  
IRS: 990
  8  
IRS: 990
  8  
IRS: 990
  8  
IRS: 990
  8  
IRS: 990 and Annual Report materials
  8  
IRS: 990
  8  
IRS: Annual Report
  8  
IRS: 501 (c)(3): others' applications
  8  
IRS: Application for Recognition of Exemption
  8  
IRS: 501 (c)(3), 501 (c)(4) Study Documents
  8  
Leases
  8  
Legal Counsel
  8  
Membership Renewals
  8  
New York State Attorney General Filings
  8  
New York State Secretary
  8  
People: Brown, Howard
  8  
People: Livingston, Robert
  8  
People: McColloch (Church of the Intercession)
  8  
People: Rain, Charles
  8  
People: Rogers, Bill
  8  
People: Weiss, Walter
  8  
Personnel: Manual
  8  
Personnel: Job Descriptions
  8  
Personnel: Evaluation Form
  8  
*Personnel: Apuzzo, Virginia - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  8  
*Personnel: Berrill, Kevin - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  8  
*Personnel: Boozer, Mel - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  8  
*Personnel: Boring, John - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  8  
*Personnel: Burns, Judith - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  8  
*Personnel: Coobs, David - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  8  
*Personnel: Hammond, Chuck - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  8  
*Personnel: Levi, Jeff - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  8  
*Personnel: Schoeh, Emily - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  8  
*Personnel: Scholuin, Joan - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  8  
*Personnel: Wilensky, Ann - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  8  
Prentice Hall: Our Right to Love: A Lesbian Resource Book
  8  
*Raffle - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
 
Executive Directors: Virginia Apuzzo: Correspondence, alphabetical [subseries]:
  9  
A correspondence
  9  
B correspondence
  9  
Brandt (Assistant Secretary for Health) correspondence
  9  
C correspondence
  9  
D correspondence
  9  
E correspondence
  9  
F correspondence
  9  
G correspondence
  9  
H correspondence
  9  
I correspondence
  9  
J correspondence
  9  
K correspondence
  9  
L correspondence
  9  
M correspondence
  9  
N correspondence
  9  
O correspondence
  9  
P correspondence
  9  
R correspondence
  9  
S correspondence
  9  
T correspondence
  9  
U correspondence
  9  
U.S. Conference of Mayors Correspondence re: National AIDS Directory
  9  
V correspondence
  9  
W correspondence
  9  
Y correspondence
  9  
Z correspondence
  9  
Miscellaneous correspondence
  9  
Mailgrams
  9  
Form Letters
  9  
Memoranda
 
Executive Directors: Virginia Apuzzo: Subject Files [subseries]:
  9  
Apuzzo: Certificate of Appreciation from NGTF
  9  
Apuzzo: Holiday Cards
  9  
Apuzzo: Speeches
  9  
Apuzzo: Testimonies
  9  
Local Community Task Force Co-Chairs Contact Information
  9  
Papers
  9  
Press Releases
  9  
Resumes
  9  
RSVP to Women's Health Conference
  9  
Simonski vs. the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigations)
  9  
Waiver regarding libel complaint against ABC (American Broadcasting Corporation)
 
Executive Directors: Jeff Levi: Correspondence, alphabetical [subseries]:
  10  
A correspondence
  10  
B correspondence
  10  
C correspondence
  10  
D correspondence
  10  
E correspondence
  10  
F correspondence
  10  
G correspondence
  10  
H correspondence
  10  
Hardwick correspondence
  10  
I correspondence
  10  
K correspondence
  10  
L correspondence
  10  
M correspondence
  10  
N correspondence
  10  
Najman correspondence
  10  
O correspondence
  10  
P correspondence
  10  
Q correspondence
  10  
R correspondence
  10  
S correspondence
  10  
T correspondence
  10  
U correspondence
  10  
V correspondence
  10  
W correspondence
  10  
Y correspondence
  10  
Z correspondence
  10  
Miscellaneous correspondence
  294  
Correspondence (3 folders)
  294  
Personal file and notes (1 folder)
 
Executive Directors: Jeff Levi: Subject Files [subseries]:
  10  
Administration: Board Reports
  10  
Administration: Board Reports
  10  
Administration: Development Director Search
  10  
Administration: Director of Administration and Finance Search
  10  
Administration: Expense Forms
  10  
Administration: GRNL/NGTF Meeting (Gay Rights National Lobby)
  10  
Administration: Kuropat's Resignation
  10  
Administration: Memoranda
  294  
Reports
  294  
Staff reports, Washington office
  294  
Project plans and public policy program
  10  
Media: National News Council
  10  
Media: Anna Mayo
  10  
Media: Washington Post Meeting, October
  10  
Media: Apuzzo Letter to Washington Post re: 2-part Series on Dan White
  10  
Media: Washington Post Meeting, April 4
  10  
Media: Levi-Brinkley ABC News
  10  
Media: NGLTF Press Releases
  10  
Media: Levi Papers and Speeches
  10  
Media: Miscellaneous Publications
  10  
Legal Issues: AIDS
  10  
Legal Issues: AIDS Education
  10  
Legal Issues: Associated Press Contract
  10  
Legal Issues: Baker v. Wade, 1985
  10  
Legal Issues: Materials relating to Bork Nomination
  10  
Legal Issues: Boston University
  10  
Legal Issues: Civil Rights Commission
  10  
Legal Issues: Conference of Mayors
  10  
Legal Issues: Discrimination
  10  
Legal Issues: Gay Teachers
  10  
Legal Issues: Georgetown University Law Center
  10  
Legal Issues: Hardwick
  10  
Legal Issues: Hassell
  10  
Legal Issues: Hate Crimes
  10  
Legal Issues: H.R. 4783
  10  
Legal Issues: Kennedy Nomination
  10  
Legal Issues: Kleinfield Nomination
  10  
Legal Issues: Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund
  10  
Legal Issues: Lobby Days
  10  
Legal Issues: Public Health Law
  10  
Legal Issues: Uplinger case
  10  
Legal Issues: New York State AIDS Institute Contract
  10  
Legal Issues: Office of Management and Budget
  10  
Legal Issues: Pacific Telephone and Telegraph
  11  
Legal Issues: Renquist Hearing, July 30
  11  
Legal Issues: Renewal of Independent Civil Rights Commission in Senate Testimony
  11  
Legal Issues: S.B. 1220: Debate, Statements Record
  11  
Legal Issues: S.B. 1220
  11  
Legal Issues: Sodomy
  11  
Legal Issues: Sodomy Task Force
  11  
Media: Clippings
  11  
Media: Papers
  11  
Military: Military Freedom Project
  11  
Military: Military Recruitment
  11  
Military: Military Discharge Policy
  11  
Military: Exclusion Lawsuit
  11  
Military: Unemployment Benefits
  11  
NLGHF Health Agenda Proposal (National Lesbian and Gay Health Forum)
  11  
NORA (National Organizations Responding to AIDS)
 
Executive Directors: Urvashi Vaid: Correspondence [subseries]:
  12  
Miscellaneous correspondence
  12  
January-August correspondence
  12  
September correspondence
  12  
October correspondence
  12  
November correspondence
  12  
December correspondence
  12  
January-February correspondence
  12  
March correspondence
  12  
April correspondence
  12  
May correspondence
  12  
June-July correspondence
  12  
August-December correspondence
  12  
January correspondence
  12  
February-March correspondence
  12  
April-May correspondence
  12  
June-August correspondence
  12  
September-December correspondence
  12  
January correspondence
  12  
February-March correspondence
  12  
April-May correspondence
  12  
June-July correspondence
  12  
August correspondence
  12  
September correspondence
  12  
October correspondence
  12  
November correspondence
  12  
December correspondence
  12  
January correspondence
  12  
February correspondence
  12  
March correspondence
  12  
April correspondence
  12  
May correspondence
  12  
June correspondence
  12  
July correspondence
  12  
August correspondence
  12  
September correspondence
  12  
October correspondence
  12  
November correspondence
  12  
December correspondence
  12  
January correspondence
  12  
February correspondence
  13  
March correspondence
  13  
April correspondence
  13  
May correspondence
  13  
June correspondence
  13  
July correspondence
  13  
August correspondence
  13  
September correspondence
  13  
October correspondence
  13  
November correspondence
  13  
December correspondence
  13  
January correspondence
  13  
February correspondence
  13  
March correspondence
  13  
April correspondence
  14  
May correspondence
  14  
June correspondence
  14  
July correspondence
  14  
August correspondence
  14  
September-November correspondence
  14  
Thank you letters
  14  
Campus Project correspondence
  14  
Correspondence re: Resignation
  14  
Memoranda to Staff
  14  
Memoranda from Staff
  14  
Memoranda to Staff
  14  
Memoranda from Staff
  294  
Correspondence (2 folders)
 
Executive Directors: Urvashi Vaid: Subject Files [subseries]:
  14  
Notes from Staff Meetings
  14  
Congress Voting Records
  14  
Fundraising
  14  
Membership Meetings
  14  
Program Planning for 1992
  14  
Speaking Engagements
  14  
Speaking Engagements
  14  
Testimony on the Nomination of Judge David Souter
  14  
NGLTF History: General Materials
  14  
NGLTF History: Town Meetings on Sex and Politics
  14  
NGLTF History: Media Clips
  258  
War Conference Planning File
 
Executive Director: Tori Osborn [subseries]:
  15  
Correspondence
  294  
Correspondence
  258  
Strategic Planning Meeting
 
Executive Director: Peri Jude Radecic: Correspondence [subseries]:
  15  
Correspondence
  15  
Campus Project Correspondence
  15  
Religious Correspondence
  15  
Correspondence
  15  
Shepard, Curt Correspondence
  15  
Correspondence
  15  
Fight the Right Conference Correspondence
  15  
NAMBLA Correspondence (North American Man/Boy Love Association)
  15  
"Calls" Correspondence
  15  
"Letters" Correspondence
  15  
Memoranda
  15  
Memoranda
  15  
Memoranda re: Management Team
  294  
Correspondence (2 folders)
 
Executive Directors: Peri Jude Radecic: Subject Files [subseries]:
  15  
Anti-Violence Project
  15  
Budget Proposals
  15  
Democratic/Republican National Committee
  15  
Management Team Meetings Material
  15  
EAGLE (Employee Association for Gays and Lesbian)
  15  
Gays in the Military Project
  15  
March on Washington
  15  
NGLTF Net
  15  
Organizing Kit Materials
  15  
Religious Roundtable
  15  
Shalala Meeting
  15  
Workplace Initiative
  15  
Workshops
 
Executive Directors: Peri Jude Radecic: Travel Files [subseries]:
  15  
Travel Itinerary, June
  15  
Chicago/San Francisco, July 14-19
  15  
Houston, July 20-26
  15  
Cincinnati, September 3-6
 
Executive Directors: Melinda Paras: Correspondence [subseries]:
  16  
Correspondence
  16  
Correspondence
  16  
Holiday Cards
  16  
Correspondence
  17  
Correspondence
  17  
CoNet Correspondence
  294  
Correspondence
 
Executive Directors: Melinda Paras: Travel Files [subseries]:
  18  
Miscellaneous Travel Materials
  18  
Upcoming Events
  18  
Boston/Provincetown/Rhode Island, May
  18  
Kansas, June
  18  
Phoenix/San Francisco, July
  18  
Oklahoma City/South Dakota/Texas, July
  18  
New York City, January
  18  
Hawaii, February
  18  
Boston, February
  18  
Detroit, February
  18  
Conference on College Composition and Communication, March
  18  
Denver, March
  18  
New York City, April
  18  
Radford and Harvard Universities, April 6
  18  
San Francisco/Los Angeles/San Diego, May
  18  
New York City, May
  18  
Boston, June
  18  
San Francisco/Los Angeles, July
  18  
San Francisco: Youth Institute, August
  18  
New York City, September
  18  
Detroit/Chicago/Madison, September
  18  
NLGJA Conference (National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association), October
  18  
Los Angeles/San Diego, October
  18  
Congressional Black Caucus, D.C. Event
  18  
Denver/Boulder/Santa Fe/Portland/Seattle, October
  18  
Chicago/Madison/Minneapolis/Denver/Boulder/Santa Fe/Portland/Seattle/Los Angeles, October
  18  
Minneapolis GLBT Activist Conference, February
  18  
Los Angeles Dinner with Human Rights Campaign, February
  18  
St. Croix, February
  18  
Florida, March
  18  
New York City, March
  18  
Nova Town Meeting (Virginia), March
  18  
USSA Grassroots Legislative Conference (United States Student Association)
  18  
Prodigy
  18  
Minneapolis, March
  18  
"One in Ten" Radio Show, April
  18  
Executive Director's Retreat/Workplace Conference/San Diego, April
  18  
Louisville/Cincinnati, April
  18  
Oregon State University, May
  18  
Philadelphia, May
  18  
Atlanta/Olympics Stuff, June
  18  
National Lesbian and Gay Health Conference, June
  18  
Madison, Wisconsin, July
  18  
West Coast, August
  18  
Provincetown/Democratic National Convention, August
  18  
Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Civil and Human Rights Conference, September
  18  
Richmond, Virginia, September
  18  
Milwaukee/Omaha/Minneapolis/Detroit, October
  18  
Texas, October
  18  
Boston, October
  18  
Denver/Phoenix/Santa Fe, October
  18  
GLOBE Annual Meeting (Gay, Lesbian or Bisexual Employees), November
 
Executive Directors: Melinda Paras: Subject Files, alphabetical [subseries]:
  19  
Advocate Agreement
  19  
American Jewish Committee
  19  
Amicus Briefs: Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund, Blain v. Golden State Container, Inc.
  19  
Amicus Briefs: Thomasson v. Perry
  19  
Amicus Briefs: Phillips v. Perry
  19  
Amicus Briefs: C.K. v. Shalala
  19  
Amicus Briefs: U.S. v. Commonwealth of Virginia
  19  
ANC (African National Congress)
  19  
AEHRC (Association Executives Human Rights Caucus)
  19  
Biographies of NGLTF staff
  19  
BLGPD (Black Lesbian and Gay Pride Day)
  19  
Christian Coalition
  19  
Creating Change: Program
  19  
Creating Change: Awards
  19  
Creating Change: Evaluation Committee
  19  
Creating Change: Registration Packet
  19  
Creating Change
  19  
Creating Change: Scholarship Committee
  19  
Creating Change: Youth Intensive
  19  
Cultural Audit
  19  
Cultural Audit Proposals
  19  
Department of Justice/Anti-Gay Initiatives
  19  
Double Exposure: A Closer Look at Black Lesbians, Gay Men and Bisexuals in America
  19  
Executive Directors Retreat
  19  
Executive Directors Retreat
  19  
Executive Directors Transition from Peri Jude Radecic to Melinda Paras
  19  
Executive Directors Transition from Peri Jude Radecic to Melinda Paras: Support Letters
  19  
False Representation: William Maheu
  19  
Faxes
  19  
FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigations)
  19  
Freedom Project
  19  
Furloughs
  19  
Fundraising Apology
  19  
Gray Panthers
  19  
Hands Off Washington Campaign
  19  
History Month, Lesbian and Gay
  19  
HRCF (Human Rights Campaign Fund)
  19  
Left Dialogue Retreat
  19  
LAB (Lesbian Action Breakfast)
  19  
Mail (mostly outgoing by Joe Grissom)
  19  
International Women's Health Coalition
  19  
Itineraries, Travel
  19  
Justice Blackburn
  19  
Kentucky Fried Chicken
  19  
King Center
  19  
Lambda Community Center
  19  
Llego: The National Latino/a Lesbian and Gay Organization
  19  
Living In: Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Families: a photograph-text exhibit
  19  
Management Team Meeting Minutes
  19  
March on Washington
  19  
Mega Gift Fundraising Plan
  19  
Miller/Louisville Information
  19  
Martin Luther King Jr. Day
  19  
Montana Human Rights Network
  19  
NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People)
  19  
NAMBLA (North American Man/Boy Love Association)
  19  
National Women's Political Caucus
  19  
NCNB (National Center for Nonprofit Boards)
  19  
New Vision for a New Era
  19  
NYCLU (New York Civil Liberties Union)
  19  
NEA (National Endowment for the Arts): Freedom of Expression Organizing
  19  
NGLTF and NGLTF/PI Agenda and Action Plan
  19  
NGLTF and NGLTF/PI Agenda and Action Plan
  19  
Olympics
  19  
Organization Awards
  19  
Organizational Chapters
  19  
OUT Magazine
  19  
Positive Letters
  19  
Press Coverage of NGLTF
  19  
Priority Pharmacy
  294  
Proposals
  20  
Rainbow Coalition Contract with America
  20  
Regional Office
  20  
Reno, Janet letter re: Ovett, Mississippi
  20  
San Francisco Office
  20  
Signatures (samples of Peri Jude Radecic's and Tori Osborn's)
  20  
Speaker Request
  20  
Speaker's Bureau (NGLTF) Complete Information Forms
  20  
Speeches by Peri Jude Radecic
  20  
Speeches (selected) by Urvashi Vaid
  20  
Full Staff Meeting Notes
  20  
Full Staff Meeting Minutes
  20  
Full Staff Meeting Minutes by Joey Grissom
  20  
Staff Retreat Notes
  20  
Staff Retreat
  20  
Staff Retreat
  20  
Staff Retreat: Organizational Racism
  20  
Stonewall Event
  20  
Strategic Planning, August
  20  
Transgender
  20  
Unlearning Racism Training with Mab Segrest
  20  
Unlearning Biphobia Workshop
  20  
Urvashi Vaid's Book/Membership Proposal
  20  
Union Organizing
  20  
Washington Center
  20  
White House Correspondence
  20  
Women's Information Network
 
Executive Directors: Kerry Lobel: Correspondence, chronological [subseries]:
  21  
Correspondence, October-July
  21  
Correspondence
  21  
Campus Project Proposal correspondence
  21  
Correspondence, January-June
  21  
Correspondence
  21  
January correspondence
  21  
February correspondence
  21  
March correspondence
  21  
April correspondence
  21  
May correspondence
  21  
June correspondence
  21  
July correspondence
  21  
August correspondence
  21  
September correspondence
  21  
October correspondence
  21  
November correspondence
  21  
December correspondence
  21  
Undated correspondence
  294  
Correspondence
  21  
Faxes
  21  
Faxes
  21  
Faxes, April-May
  21  
Faxes, May-August
  21  
Faxes, August-December
  294  
Organizational letters of support
  297  
"From the Road" Travel Memos
  297  
"From the Road" Travel Memos
  297  
"From the Road" Travel Memos
 
Executive Directors: Kerry Lobel: Travel Files [subseries]:
  22  
Arkansas: Little Rock Party, September
  22  
Arizona: Wingspan Dinner/San Diego, California: Conference of Gay and Lesbian Criminal Justice Professionals
  22  
California: San Diego: GOP Advance Trip
  22  
California: Los Angeles, November
  22  
California: Los Angeles/San Jose/San Francisco, February
  22  
California: Los Angeles/Palm Springs, March
  22  
California: Laguna Beach: Executive Director Retreat/San Diego, April
  22  
California: San Francisco Pride/Colorado Pride, June
  22  
California: San Diego Pride, July
  22  
California: Los Angeles: "In and Out" Movie Premiere, September
  22  
California: San Diego: Homosexuality and Public Life Conference, November
  22  
California: Santa Cruz/San Francisco/San Jose/Los Angeles/San Diego: UCLGBTA Conference (University of California Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Association), February
  22  
California: Laguna Beach: Executive Director Retreat/San Diego, April
  22  
California: San Diego: Imperial Court Weekend, August
  22  
California: Laguna Beach: Executive Director Retreat, April
  22  
California: San Francisco: National Center for Lesbian Rights, Metropolitan Community Church, May
  22  
Colorado: Aspen Ski Weekend/Summit, January
  22  
Colorado: Denver/Los Angeles, California, June
  22  
Washington, D.C.: Executive Director's Reception, December
  22  
Washington, D.C.: Executive Director Attended Events
  22  
Washington, D.C.: Executive Director Attended Events
  22  
Washington, D.C.: Executive Director Attended Events
  22  
Florida: Love Celebration: February
  22  
Florida: Equity Florida, October
  22  
Florida: Miami: Gameworks, October
  22  
Georgia: Atlanta Pride, June
  22  
Georgia: Atlanta: King Dinner, January
  22  
Georgia: Atlanta: Executive Network Meeting, October
  22  
Georgia: Atlanta: Salute to Greatness Dinner, January
  22  
Illinois: Out in the Heartland Conference, November
  22  
Illinois: Chicago: Campus Directors Meetings, March
  22  
Illinois: Chicago/Cincinnati, Ohio: NLGJA Convention (National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association), August
  22  
Indiana: Bloomington: Hate Crimes Talk, October
  22  
Iowa: Waterloo: Bob Denny meeting, February
  22  
Kentucky: Louisville/Evansville, Indiana: Justice Week, October
  22  
Maryland: Bridge Builders Conference, September
  22  
Michigan: Ann Arbor: Jewish LGB Student Conference, February
  22  
Massachusetts: Executive Director Reception, March
  22  
Massachusetts: Boston: Harvard University/New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University, April
  22  
Massachusetts: Provincetown: Making Waves Party, August
  22  
Massachusetts: Northampton: Smith College, October
  22  
Massachusetts: Boston: Bisexual Conference, April
  22  
Massachusetts: Boston: NGLTF Party, April
  22  
Massachusetts: Provincetown: Deck Party, August
  22  
Massachusetts: Provincetown: Deck Party, August
  22  
Minnesota: Minneapolis: GLCAC Conference/Urbana/Champaign, Illinois: University of Illinois, March
  22  
Minnesota: Minneapolis: Annual Women's Party, June
  22  
Mississippi/South Carolina, September
  22  
Nebraska: Omaha/Atlanta, Georgia, December
  22  
New Mexico: Tools for Change, September
  22  
New Mexico: Albuquerque/Santa Fe/Los Angeles/San Diego: June
  22  
New York: New York, October
  22  
New York: LGCSC (Lesbian and Gay Community Services Center), March
  22  
New York: Executive Director Attended Events
  22  
Ohio: Oberlin College, November
  22  
Oregon/Denver, Colorado: Professional Development Conference, September
  22  
Pennsylvania: University of Pennsylvania, March
  22  
Pennsylvania: Philadelphia Pride, May
  22  
Pennsylvania: Penn State University, October
  22  
Rhode Island: Providence: INGLO Conference (International Network of Lesbian and Gay Officials), November
  22  
South Carolina: Pride, April
  22  
Texas: Houston: ICTLEP Conference (International Conference on Transgender Law and Employment Policy), July
  22  
Texas: Houston: Reception with Garry Mauro, June
  23  
Texas: Houston/Nashville Pride, September
  23  
Washington: Seattle/Houston, Texas: Gameworks, October
  23  
West Virginia: Norfolk: Breaking the Ice VII, January
  23  
Tours: Hate Crimes Summit
  23  
Tours: Families Tour
  23  
Tours: Farewell Tour
 
Executive Directors: Kerry Lobel: Subject Files [subseries]:
  297  
Biographical Information
  297  
Contract
  297  
Timesheets
  297  
Calendars
  297  
Speeches
  297  
Speeches
  297  
Speeches
  297  
Speeches
  297  
Speeches (undated)
  297  
Columns, Editorials, Op-Ed
  297  
Interviews
  297  
Sponsor Events
  297  
Communications Audit
  297  
Development Assessment and Enhancement Project
  23  
Development Department Items
  297  
Equality Begins at Home
  294  
JEB (Joan E. Biren) exhibit
  298  
Legislative Lawyering Project
  298  
Major Donor/Leadership Council Implementation Project
  298  
Old Lesbians Organizing for Change Project
  23  
Programmatic/Political Task Force and Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Transgender Movement
  298  
Sex Panic
  298  
Transgender Information
  298  
Wise Ones Meeting
 
Executive Directors: Elizabeth Toledo [subseries]:
  294  
Biographical information
  294  
Organization charts and staff lists
  294  
Millenium March on Washington weekend
  294  
Correspondence (12 folders)
 
Executive Directors: Lorri Jean [subseries]:
  294  
Correspondence
  295  
Talking points-Board of Directors
  295  
Press
  295  
PricewaterhouseCoopers lecture
  295  
Management team meeting
  295  
Staff meetings-all staff
  295  
DC staff meetings
  295  
Staff program retreat
  295  
Travel policy memo
  295  
Management Assistance Group-Harvard
  295  
Travel-American Airlines
 
Staff Materials: Staff Reports, by date [subseries]:
  24  
August
  24  
December
  24  
August
  24  
September (supplemental)
  24  
February
  24  
April
  24  
August
  24  
October
  24  
December
  24  
February
  24  
May
  24  
August
  24  
November
  24  
Miscellaneous
  24  
March
  24  
includes Executive Director files (Jeff Levi)
  24  
January
  24  
February
  24  
April
  24  
May
  24  
June
  24  
July
  24  
August
  24  
September
  24  
October
  24  
November
  24  
December
  24  
January
  24  
February
  24  
March
  24  
April
  24  
May
  24  
June
  24  
July
  24  
August
  24  
September
  24  
October
  24  
November
  24  
December
  24  
January
  24  
February
  24  
March
  24  
April
  24  
May
  24  
June
  24  
July-August
  24  
September
  24  
October
  24  
November-December
  24  
January
  24  
February
  24  
March
  24  
April
  24  
May
  24  
June
  24  
July
  24  
August
  24  
September
  24  
October
  24  
November
  24  
December
  24  
January
  24  
February
  24  
March-April
  24  
May
  25  
June
  25  
July
  25  
August
  25  
September
  25  
October
  25  
November
  25  
December
  25  
January
  25  
February
  25  
March
  25  
April
  25  
May
  25  
June
  25  
July
  25  
August
  25  
September
  25  
October-November
  25  
December-January
  25  
February
  25  
March-June
  25  
July
  25  
August
  25  
September
  25  
December
  25  
Public Information Department
  25  
"Archives" (copies of December 1992-Febrruary 1993)
  25  
January-February
  25  
March
  25  
April
  25  
June
  25  
July
  25  
August
  25  
September
  25  
October-November
  25  
December-January
  25  
April
  25  
May-June
  25  
July
  25  
September
  25  
January
  25  
February
 
Staff Materials: Staff Reports, individual [subseries]:
  25  
Kevin Berrill
  25  
Tim Drake
  25  
Martin Kaze Hiraga
  25  
F. Thomas MacIntyre
  25  
Heidi Scanlon
 
Staff Materials: Correspondence [subseries]:
  25  
David Norrie correspondence re: volunteers
  25  
Miscellaneous Requests/Correspondence
  25  
Miscellaneous Memoranda
  25  
Memoranda
 
Staff Materials: Administrative Files, including meeting minutes [subseries]:
  25  
Meeting Minutes
  25  
Meeting Minutes
  25  
Meeting Minutes
  25  
Meeting Minutes
  25  
Meeting Minutes
  25  
Meeting Minutes
  25  
Meeting Minutes
  25  
Activity Plan, Public Information Department
  25  
Joey Grissom's notebooks (Executive Assistant)
  25  
Office Procedures
  25  
Phone Logs
  25  
Phone Log, August 8-October 20
  25  
Phone Message Book
  25  
Staff Retreat
  25  
Volunteers: Third Thursday Theater
 
Membership: correspondence with members [subseries]:
  26  
*A correspondence - not microfilmed
  26  
*B correspondence - not microfilmed
  26  
*Burns, David (Staff Assistant) correspondence - not microfilmed
  26  
*Burns, David (Staff Assistant) correspondence - not microfilmed
  26  
*C correspondence - not microfilmed
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*"Cranks-Crazies" correspondence - not microfilmed
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*D correspondence - not microfilmed
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*"Desperate" correspondence - not microfilmed
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*E correspondence - not microfilmed
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*F correspondence - not microfilmed
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*G correspondence - not microfilmed
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*Gurel, Larry (Director, Project Open Employment) correspondence - not microfilmed
  26  
*H correspondence - not microfilmed
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*I correspondence - not microfilmed
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*K correspondence - not microfilmed
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*M correspondence - not microfilmed
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*Membership correspondence - not microfilmed
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*Membership correspondence - not microfilmed
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*Membership correspondence, A-M - not microfilmed
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*Membership correspondence, N-Z - not microfilmed
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*N correspondence - not microfilmed
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*O correspondence - not microfilmed
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*P correspondence - not microfilmed
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*R correspondence - not microfilmed
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*S correspondence - not microfilmed
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*T correspondence - not microfilmed
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*U correspondence - not microfilmed
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*V correspondence - not microfilmed
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*W correspondence - not microfilmed
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*Y correspondence - not microfilmed
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*Miscellaneous correspondence - not microfilmed
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*Outgoing correspondence (only): Chronological file - not microfilmed
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*Discrimination: Clippings and related correspondence - not microfilmed
  27  
Letters to Members
  27  
*Membership renewals - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  27  
*Requests for Membership Materials - not microfilmed
 
Membership: Administrative Files [subseries]:
  27  
Membership Survey Development
  27  
Membership Flyer, Advocate insert
  27  
Phonathon Materials
  27  
*Visa/MasterCard Payments - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  27  
General Membership Advertisements
  27  
Membership Processing
  27  
Membership Flyer
  27  
Survey Data and Report
 
Membership: Membership Survey [subseries]:
  28  
*Membership Survey - not microfilmed
  29  
*Membership Survey - not microfilmed
  30  
*Membership Survey - not microfilmed
 
Finances: Checks and Receipts [subseries]:
  31  
October 1973-December 1974 - not microfilmed
  31  
December - not microfilmed
  31  
January - not microfilmed
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February - not microfilmed
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March - not microfilmed
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April - not microfilmed
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May - not microfilmed
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June - not microfilmed
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July - not microfilmed
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August - not microfilmed
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September - not microfilmed
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The Advocate - not microfilmed
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Alan Frank and Associates - not microfilmed
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Anderson, Scott - not microfilmed
  31  
Automatic Mail - not microfilmed
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A Miscellaneous - not microfilmed
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Blue Cross/Blue Shield - not microfilmed
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Brydon, Charles - not microfilmed
  31  
Burrows, Tom - not microfilmed
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B Miscellaneous - not microfilmed
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Cash - not microfilmed
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Craig Envelope Corporation - not microfilmed
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C Miscellaneous - not microfilmed
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Dataline - not microfilmed
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D Miscellaneous - not microfilmed
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Enroute Messengers - not microfilmed
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E Miscellaneous - not microfilmed
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F Miscellaneous - not microfilmed
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General Realty Group - not microfilmed
  31  
Gurel, Larry- not microfilmed
  31  
Gurel, Larry - not microfilmed
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G Miscellaneous - not microfilmed
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Hitchcock, Charles - not microfilmed
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H Miscellaneous - not microfilmed
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I Miscellaneous - not microfilmed
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J Miscellaneous - not microfilmed
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K Miscellaneous - not microfilmed
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Life America - not microfilmed
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L Miscellaneous - not microfilmed
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M Miscellaneous - not microfilmed
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N Miscellaneous - not microfilmed
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Financial Statement - not microfilmed
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October-December - not microfilmed
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January-February - not microfilmed
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March-April - not microfilmed
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August - not microfilmed
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October 1984-January 1985 - not microfilmed
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December 1985-January 1986 - not microfilmed
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Miscellaneous Checking Records - not microfilmed
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Amalgamated Checking, October-December - not microfilmed
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Associated Messenger Services - not microfilmed
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AT & T - not microfilmed
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Automatic Data Processing - not microfilmed
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A Miscellaneous - not microfilmed
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Berrill, Kevin - not microfilmed
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Blue Cross/Blue Shield - not microfilmed
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BRE Receipts - not microfilmed
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B Miscellaneous - not microfilmed
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C & P Telephone - not microfilmed
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Comprehensive Business Services - not microfilmed
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C Miscellaneous - not microfilmed
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Dead File - not microfilmed
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Dun and Bradstreet Plan Services - not microfilmed
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D Miscellaneous - not microfilmed
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Envelope Factory - not microfilmed
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E Miscellaneous - not microfilmed
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Federal Express - not microfilmed
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Fund for Human Dignity - not microfilmed
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F Miscellaneous - not microfilmed
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General Realty - not microfilmed
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GMHC (Gay Men's Health Crisis) - not microfilmed
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G Miscellaneous - not microfilmed
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H Miscellaneous - not microfilmed
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Inmark - not microfilmed
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Integrity Corporation - not microfilmed
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IRS (Internal Revenue Service) - not microfilmed
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I Miscellaneous - not microfilmed
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Knickerbocker - not microfilmed
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Kuropat, Rosemary - not microfilmed
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LeMoyne, Terri - not microfilmed
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Levi, Jeffrey - not microfilmed
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L Miscellaneous - not microfilmed
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Metropolitan Calculator Systems - not microfilmed
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Micheson Graphics - not microfilmed
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M Miscellaneous - not microfilmed
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New York Telephone - not microfilmed
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N Miscellaneous - not microfilmed
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Olson, John - not microfilmed
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P Miscellaneous - not microfilmed
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Pacific Bell - not microfilmed
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Pitney Bowes Credit Corporation - not microfilmed
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Postmaster - not microfilmed
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Rollins, John - not microfilmed
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RMRS System - not microfilmed
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R Miscellaneous - not microfilmed
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SBS Skyline (long-distance telephone service) - not microfilmed
  32  
State Insurance Fund - not microfilmed
  32  
Strub/Collins - not microfilmed
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S Miscellaneous - not microfilmed
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Tenth Avenue Mini-Storage (a.k.a. Manhattan Mini Storage) - not microfilmed
  32  
Travellers Insurance - not microfilmed
  32  
T Miscellaneous - not microfilmed
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Village Voice - not microfilmed
  32  
V Miscellaneous - not microfilmed
  32  
Wertheim, Robert - not microfilmed
  32  
W Miscellaneous- not microfilmed
 
Finances: Payroll, Disbursements, Budget Materials, Ledgers [subseries]:
  33  
Payroll - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  33  
Payroll - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  33  
FED and FICA (Taxes) - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  33  
Financial Statements
  33  
Annual Audit Publication for Members and Owners
  33  
Anagram Contract - not microfilmed
  33  
Anagram Corporation (charges for mailing labels) - not microfilmed
  33  
Fiscal Year 1982 Monthly Financial Reports
  33  
Fiscal Year 1983 Monthly Financial Reports
  33  
AIDS Education Program Budget
  33  
Fourth Quarter Employer Quarterly Tax Return
  33  
Printing Orders - not microfilmed
  33  
Field Service Reports from Metropolitan Calculator Systems - not microfilmed
  33  
Statement of Income
  33  
Ledger
  33  
Fiscal Procedures Manual
  33  
Payroll - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  33  
Fiscal Year 1985 Monthly Financial Reports
  33  
Statement of Income, October 31 - not microfilmed
  33  
Payroll, Balance Sheet, Journal Entry and Check Register, October 31 - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
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Statement of Income, Payroll, Journal Entry, and Pay Register Balance Sheet, November 30 - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  33  
IBMXT (xerox service): Warranties, Proof of Purchase, Service Contract - not microfilmed
  33  
Checking, Budget Proposal, Related Memoranda
  33  
Names in the News
  33  
"Piggyback" memberships - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  33  
Inmark Corporation
  33  
Payroll, June 27 - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  33  
Payroll, July 3 - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
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Statistical Summary, Tax Analysis Report for Period Ending July 11 - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  33  
Payroll, September 19 - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  33  
Miscellaneous Receipts, January-June - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  33  
Working Assets Correspondence
  33  
Shareowner Master File - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  33  
Budget Documents and Development Goals
  33  
Budget
  33  
Budget
  33  
Combined Budget for NGLTF and NGTLF Policy Institute
  33  
Combined Budget for NGLTF and NGLTF Policy Institute
  33  
Insurance - not microfilmed
  33  
Proposed Combined Budget for NGLTF and NGLTF Policy Institute
  33  
Budget
  33  
Monthly Budget Needs for Office Manager and Staff Assistant
  34  
Ledgers
  295  
Financial report
  295  
Budget
  295  
Finances
  295  
Finance-budget
  295  
Budget (3 folders)
  297  
Budget
  297  
Budget
  297  
Revised Budget
 
Finances: Rosemary Kuropat, Director of Administration and Finance: Correspondence [subseries]:
  35  
Memoranda
  35  
Fowler, Peter correspondence
  35  
Howell, Marlene correspondence
  35  
Tierney, Steve correspondence
  35  
Miscellaneous Invitations
 
Finances: Rosemary Kuropat: Administrative Finance Files, including materials re: Board, Staff, Media [subseries]:
  35  
Apuzzo, Virginia Business Expenses
  35  
Atlas Savings and Loan
  35  
Audit, Fiscal Year 1984
  35  
Bills in Trouble
  35  
Budget
  35  
Budget
  35  
IRS: 990
  35  
IQ 1985
  35  
Reimbursements: Travel Honorarium
  35  
Packet for Fund for Human Dignity Board Members re: NGTF and Affiliate Membership Pilot Program
  35  
Organization Affiliate Membership Program
  35  
Board Meeting Materials
  35  
Finance Report to Board
  35  
Board Fundraising
  35  
Fundraising Committee
  35  
Apuzzo/Throne Party RSVP
  35  
Fundraising: Change for Change Program
  35  
Contribution to NGTF in Memory of Joyce Tipograph
  35  
Fundraising: Major Donors: Leadership Council Survey
  35  
Programming: Thursday Night at Tracks (NGTF--->NGLTF: Growth Becomes a Tradition)
  35  
*Personnel memoranda--not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  35  
Newsletter
  35  
NGTF AIDS Updates
  35  
Development Publications and NGLTF Stationary
  35  
Men and Films Rate Card
 
Finances: Rosemary Kuropat: Subject Files [subseries]:
  35  
Computers
  35  
High Tech Gays
  35  
House of Representatives Appeal
  35  
Job Descriptions
  35  
Miscellany
  35  
Staff reports, holiday schedule, internal memos
 
Publicity: Press Releases [subseries]:
  36  
Miscellaneous
  36  
NGTF Urges Lesbian Mothers Participation in Research, September 28.
  36  
Episcopal Church Supports Gays, October
  36  
Gay Lobbyist Appointed to New York City Police, October 13
  36  
Gay Media Alert: Gay Related TV Programs, October 19
  36  
Virginia Gay Group Wins University Recognition, November 3
  36  
NGTF Women Cooperate on Lesbian Sourcebook Project, November 30
  36  
Gay Representatives Meet with CBS-TV President, December
  36  
Bureau of Prisons Bans Gay Publications, December 14
  36  
Gay TV Portrayals, 1976 Season
  36  
Gay Representatives Chosen for White House Meeting, undated
  36  
New Job Corps "Sexuality" Manual Ends NGTF Charge of Anti-Gay Bias, undated
  36  
NGTF Director's Comments on Anita Bryant and Civil Rights, undated
  36  
Letter from Rita Mae Brown and Dave Kopay, undated
  36  
NGTF Urges Lesbians to Participate in International Women's Year, undated
  36  
Study on Lesbian Mothers Encompasses Fifteen States, undated
  36  
NGTF Hails Kochs's Anti-Discrimination Statement, January 3
  36  
Media Alert: Various Gay Related Programs, January 6
  36  
National Tea Dance Adds Four Locations, January 18
  36  
Dade County, Florida Passes Gay Rights Bill, January 18
  36  
Media Alert: 45 RPM Record "C.B. Savage" Protest, January 25
  36  
Tuscon, Arizona Passes Gay Rights Bill, February 8
  36  
Letter from Costanza to O'Leary and Voeller Follow-Up, February 8
  36  
Media Alert: Meeting with Presidential Advisor Midge Costanza, March
  36  
Los Angeles Gets Gay TV Talk Show, March 30
  36  
NGTF Awarded Playboy Grant, March 30
  36  
Gay Activist Named to New York City Human Rights Commission, March 30
  36  
NGTF Obtains Kinsey Institute Letter on Number of Gays, March 30
  36  
Jean O'Leary Named to International Women's Year Commission, March 30
  36  
NGTF-Federal Agency Meetings Set Second White House Conference in September, March 31
  36  
Gay Media Alert, April 5
  36  
"Sexual Preference" Added to List of International Women's Year Issues, April 15
  36  
Dade County Commission Upholds Gay Rights, April 19
  36  
Meetings Between NGTF and Federal Government, April 28
  36  
"We Are Your Children" Campaign Opened, June 13
  36  
"Stand Up and Be Counted" Campaign Announced, June 13
  36  
Gay Veterans May Qualify for Upgraded Discharges, June 17
  36  
NGTF Civil Rights Conference, July 18
  36  
NGTF Meets with Immigration and Naturalization Officials, July 18
  36  
Women's Caucus Formed at NGTF, August 1
  36  
NGTF Women Invite Feedback on International Women's Year State Meetings, August 1
  36  
NGTF Comments on FCC Petition, August 4
  36  
NGTF Files Petition with FCC to Require Ascertainment of Gays and Lesbian Leaders, August 4
  36  
Fund for Human Dignity Receives Tax Deductible Status, August 9
  36  
Lesbians Plan for International Women's Year: Funds Needed, August 9
  36  
Gay Media Alert, August 24
  36  
Civil Rights Commission Acknowledge Jurisdiction, August 27
  36  
Gay Media Alert, Offensiveness of ABC's "Soap," September 6
  36  
NGTF Sends Letters to ABC Chief Fred Silverman, September 6
  36  
Wichita Passes Gay Rights Bill, September 7
  36  
NGTF Requests Newspaper Editors to Print Petition "A Declaration in Support of Human Rights for 20 Million American Citizens," September 14
  36  
Gay Organizations Protest Kojak Episode, October
  36  
NGTF Directors Comment on Supreme Court Action in Gaylord Case, October 2
  36  
NGTF Urges Lesbian/Gay Community to Support Extension of ERA Deadline, October 18
  36  
Media Alert: TV Program: "Baretta," October 20
  36  
NGTF Invites Nominee Suggestions for NGTF Board of Directors, October 28
  36  
NGTF Directors Comment on Anita Bryant Visit to New York City, November 2
  36  
NGTF Directors Comment on New York City Campaign Rumors, November 10
  36  
Gay Media Alert: "Today Show," November 15
  36  
NGTF Comments on "Pro-Family" Ad on the International Women's Year Agenda, November 18
  36  
Lesbian Rights Proposal Controversial at Houston National Women's Conference, November 18
  36  
Commentator Paul Harvey Raps Media Misuse of the Word "Homosexual," undated
  36  
NGTF Gets National Support for Dade County, undated
  36  
NGTF Hails Koch's Anti-Discrimination Statement, January 3 (also cited as January 3, 1977)
  36  
Protests Harassment of Canadian Publication "The Body Politic," January 9
  36  
O'Leary Resigns from National Advisory Commission on Women in Protest of Abzug Dismissal, January 16
  36  
NGTF Leaders (O'Leary) Applaud Executive (Koch) Order, January 23
  36  
NGTF Questions Policeman's Benevolent Association's Sincerity, January 26
  36  
Media Alert: Request for Information in Broadcasting, February 24
  36  
NGTF Meets with U.S. Bureau of Prisons, March 22
  36  
April 14 is National Gay Blue Jeans Day, April 5
  36  
NGTF Wins Public Health Charge "Homosexuality Not Deviant," April 6
  36  
Media Alert: Dick Cavett Features Gay Debate, April 19
  36  
U.S. Bureau of Prisons Rules: "Homosexual Rapes," April 19
  36  
Media Alert: Episode of Kojak is Offensive to Gays, April 25
  36  
NGTF Responds to Defeat of Gay Rights Ordinance in St. Paul, April 26
  36  
O'Leary Named to New York City Commission on Status of Women by Koch, May 18
  36  
Psychiatrists Receive Homophobia Cure, May 24
  36  
NGTF Directors Attack President Carter's Appearance at Same Forum as Anita Bryant, June 11
  36  
NGTF Board Members Elected: Whitlock and Brydon Are Co-Chairpersons, June 20
  36  
Gay Pride Week: June 18-25, June 20
  36  
Voeller Nominated to ACLU Board, June 20
  36  
Voeller Addresses ACLU Convocation, June 20
  36  
NGTF Honors Costanza at Benefits Dinner, June 27
  36  
O'Leary Appointed by President Carter to National Commission for Women, June 30
  36  
NGTF Comments on New Kinsey Study (We Like It), July 6
  36  
Coalition for White House Conference on Families Recommends Gay Inclusion July 10
  36  
FCC Proposes Broadcasters Be Requested to Interview Gay Leaders. July 14
  36  
Vida Receives Gay Book Award for Our Right to Love, July 20
  36  
Media Alert: Three Upcoming Gay Related TV Programs, July 21
  36  
NGTF Sponsors Conference of Referenda Leaders, August 1
  36  
Hartford, Connecticut Mayor Vetoes Gay Rights Bill, July 25
  36  
NGTF Regrets Costanza's Resignation, August 2
  36  
U.S. Civil Rights Commission Includes Gay Issues, Leaders List in Survey, August 15
  36  
NGTF Asks for Letters Supporting FCC Proposal for Rulemaking, August 15
  36  
"Dear Editor" from Ginny Vida, August 15
  36  
NGTF Seeks Aid from Other Gay and Lesbian Groups, September 1
  36  
Week of Dialogue with American Parents and Families, September 15
  36  
NGTF Testifies on Federal Communications Act Rewrite, September 15
  36  
NGTF National Week of Dialogue Program Scheduled October 22, September 15
  36  
Voeller Resigns as NGTF Co-Executive Director, September 30
  36  
NGTF Seeks Application for Co-Executive Director Position, October 13
  36  
Organizations Participate in NGTF Week of Dialogue, October 16
  36  
Seventy Organizations Participate in NGTF Week of Dialogue, October 16
  36  
NGTF Invites Nominee Suggestions for NGTF Board of Directors, October 18
  36  
Media Alert, October 24
  36  
Weddington Will Continue Work on Gay Concerns, October 27
  36  
Media Alert: ABC Sunday Night Movie: "A Question of Love," November 10
  36  
NGTF Announces Week of Dialogue Program with Media, December 8
  36  
O'Leary to Resign as Co-Executive Director of NGTF, December 12
  36  
NGTF Seeks Applications for Replace Jean O'Leary, December 12
  36  
NGTF Announces Corporate Survey Results, December 12
  36  
NGTF Gets National Support for Dade County, undated
  36  
Advisory Board to Editors: "Homosexual As Adjective," January 3
  36  
Media Alert, January 9
  36  
Media Alert, January 10
  36  
Brydon is Named NGTF Co-Executive Director, March 5
  36  
Brydon Expresses NGTF Concern for Rural Gays, May 2
  36  
Media Alert: CBX Broadcast "Brane's of Boston," May 2
  36  
NGTF Applauds Appointment of Jill Schopp to Women's Advisory Committee, May 10
  36  
New NGTF Board Elected, June 26
  36  
Valeska and C.F. Brydon Statement on Film "Cruising," July
  36  
Public Health Service Halts Participation of Gay Aliens, July
  36  
NGTF Withdraws Support of Renee Epstein on Gay Parents, August 8
  36  
NGTF Endorses National March on Washington, August 21
  36  
Letters Needed: Virginia Proposal Would Give Benefits to Gay Veterans, August 29
  36  
Media Alert: Radio Broadcast: National March on Washington, September 25; "Gay Lifestyles," September 17
  36  
NGTF Issues Statement on National March on Washington, October
  36  
Governor Brown Endorses NGTF Petition the President Campaign, October 17
  36  
Attorney General Responds to NGTF/NOW Complaint re: Immigration, November 20
  36  
Gay Gains Made in 1979 Municipal Elections, November 7
  36  
NGTF to Present Petition to the President to End Discrimination, December 19
  36  
White House Receives Gay Rights Petition-"Discusses Presidential Executive Order, December 21
  36  
NGTF Oppose Justice Department Move to Bar Homosexual Aliens, December 28
  36  
Valeska Named NGTF Co-Executive Director, undated
  36  
NGTF Condemns FBI Firing of Gay Employees, undated
  36  
Brydon Named NGTF Co-Executive Director, undated
  36  
NGTF Reschedules Week of Dialogue with Media, undated
  36  
NGTF Co-Executive Directors Mourn Deaths of Moscone and Milk, undated
  36  
Originals of 1979 Press Releases
  36  
Kennedy Pledges Executive Order and Support for Gay Rights Platform Plank, January 8
  36  
Media Alert: NOVA Hepatitis B Segment, January 8
  36  
Media Alert: Film "Window," January 11
  36  
Lesbians and Gays Wanted for 1980 Census Work, January 20
  36  
"Cruising" and "Windows," February
  36  
New York Mayor Calls on President to Issue Gay Rights Executive Order, February 26
  36  
Psychiatric Manual Revision Appears Minimal, February 26
  36  
Carter Appeals for Gay Support, March 6
  36  
Gays Optimistic After Historic White House Session, March 26
  36  
Presidential Candidates Respond to Gay Rights Survey, March 7
  36  
Federal Communications Commission Acts on NGTF Petition, March 14
  36  
Government Cooperation With Anita Bryant TV Program, April 9
  36  
Media Alert: CBS Reports: Gay Power, Politics, April 16
  36  
National Fire Academy, April 29
  36  
NGTF to Oppose Complaint by Evangelical Broadcaster, April 29
  36  
NGTF Preparing National News Council Complaint, May 14
  36  
Media Alert: "Show My People," July 1
  36  
White House Responds to NGTF Protest of Defense Department and Anita Bryant, July 1
  36  
Gay Community Aids Cuban Refugees, Jul 8
  36  
NGTF Files News Council Complaint Re: CBS Show, July 23
  36  
Media Alert: McDonald Bill, August
  36  
NGTF and Gay Rights Advocates Explore Affiliation, August 20
  36  
Media Alert: Gerty, Gerty, September 2
  36  
Knutson on Immigration, September 10
  36  
National News Council Complaint Finds CBS Unfair, October 2
  36  
Justice Department Asked to Explain Omission of Sexual Orientation, October 2
  36  
NGTF Files Lawsuit in Oklahoma to Protect Gay Teachers, October 14
  36  
Federal Prison to Admit Gay Publications, October 22
  36  
NGTF Urges Participation in Children and Youth Conference, October 21
  36  
NGTF Urges Participation in Conference on Aging, October 22
  36  
Playboy Grant for Gay Rights, November 11
  36  
Immigration Law Unenforced, November 11
  36  
Sponsors Still Needed for Lesbian and Gay Cuban Refugees, November 18
  36  
NGTF Reacts to Anti-Gay Killings, November 20
  36  
Court Victory for Gay Student Groups, December 20
  36  
Brydon Plans for 1980s, December 20
  36  
Letter: Petition the President, undated
  36  
A Proposed Platform Plank, undated
  36  
New Defense Department Directive, January 29
  36  
NGTF Protests Police and Network News Treatment of Las Vegas Arsonist, February 18
  36  
FCC Says "No" to Anti-Gay Evangelist, March 3
  36  
WAIF-FM/Cincinnati, March 5
  36  
Inter-Organization Cooperation, March 24
  36  
Brydon Discusses Public Sex, March 30
  36  
NGTF Clarifies Position on Military Legislation, March 31
  36  
Request to Editors, April 7
  36  
NGTF Reply to Gwenn Craig (Harvey Milk Gay Democratic Club), April 9
  36  
Joint News Release from GRNL/NGTF, April 13
  36  
Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Lesbian Mother Custody Case, April 21190
  36  
NGTF Protests Washington Post Handling of Gay Issue in Story on Reagan Assassin, April 27
  36  
NGTF Supports Immigration Legislation, April 28
  36  
NGTF Welcomes NOLAG (National Organization of Lesbians and Gays), April 28
  36  
Letter to Straight News Media re: Sensitivity to Gay Issues, May
  36  
Letter to Gay Press Association, May 11
  36  
National Gay Leaders Joint Statement on Atlanta, May 12
  36  
NGTF Launches Campaign to Improve News Media Sensitivity to Gay Issues, May 15
  36  
Repeal of New York State Sodomy Statute Upheld by Supreme Court, May 22
  36  
NGTF Mounts National Campaign to Defeat FPA and Restructures to Expand Resources, June 9
  36  
Gays Launch Major Offensive to Defeat Family Protection Act, June 17
  36  
Board of Immigration Appeals Orders Exclusion of Carl Hill, July 31
  36  
NGTF Issues New Employment Publications, August 5
  36  
NGTF Gears Up to Challenge New Right, August 20
  36  
Oklahoma Federal Judge Clears Way for Challenge to Helm Bill, August 20
  36  
NGTF Appoints New Director of Civil Rights Advocacy, August 21
  36  
National Women's Political Caucus, September 22
  36  
ADA Joins Fight to Protect Gay Rights, September 23
  36  
Statement by Arlie C. Scott, September 23
  36  
Stop FPA News Conference, September 23
  36  
Support Statement by Interchange Resource Center for Press Conference, September 23
  36  
Support Statement by Edward Asnder for Press Conference, September 23
  36  
National Association of Social Workers Statement for Press Conference, September 23
  36  
Statement by Valeska for Press Conference, September 23
  36  
Statement by M. Weinber for Press Conference, September 23
  36  
Counterattack Against Radical Right, September 23
  36  
Congress Overturns D.C. Sexual Assault Reform Act, October 6
  36  
Campaign Against Radical Right, October 6
  36  
Announcement of Apuzzo's Appointment, October 6
  36  
New National Coalition Forms to Stop the Family Protection Act, October 15
  36  
NGTF Elects Six New Board Members, October 15
  36  
National Coalition to Stop Family Protection Act Has Second Meeting, November 24
  36  
Valeska Represents Gay Community at NBC Conference, November 24
  36  
NGTF Speakers Bureau Organized, December 2
  36  
Valeska Hails Defeat of Austin's Anti-Gay Legislation, January 20
  36  
Political Primer on Gay Rights Created by NWPC/NGTF Collaboration, January 20
  36  
Apuzzo Debates FPA Advocates in Boston Video Appearance, January 22
  36  
NGTF Opposes Reagan Nominee to U.S. Civil Rights Commission, February 17
  36  
Coalition Strength Forces Hart to Bow Out, March 3
  36  
NGTF Forms National Screening Network to Monitor Reagan Nominees to Courts, March 23
  36  
NGTF to Document High Cost of Discrimination, March 31
  36  
NGTF Targets 50 Largest Cities re: Police Hiring Practices, April 8
  36  
NGTF and Fund for Human Dignity on Road for Gay Pride, June 4
  36  
NGTF Criticizes CBS Regarding "Cagney and Lacey" TV Changes, June 11
  36  
Disarmament Rally Speech: Bunch, June 12
  36  
Disarmament Rally Speech: Rothernberg, June 12
  36  
NGTF Publishes "Who's Behind the Gay Rights Movement," June 15
  36  
Bunch and Rothenberg Address Disarmament Rally, June 23
  36  
About Coming Out in Spanish, June 23
  36  
Valeska Gay Pride Speech, June 27
  36  
NGTF Urges Fair Reporting of Capitol Hill Investigations, July 3
  36  
NGTF to Appeal Helm's Ruling, July 3
  36  
Daniels Named NGTF Media Head, July 9
  36  
NGTF Relays News of Landmark Immigration Victory, July 22
  36  
Gays Establish First Formal ties to Reagan Administration, July 26
  36  
NGTF Moves to Halt U.S. Army's Attack on Gay Rights at Major Universities, July 26
  36  
NGTF Joins Leadership Conference on Civil Rights, August 6
  36  
Federal Judge Rules Gays and Lesbians Have Right to Privacy, August 19
  36  
NGTF Publica Su Folleto Sombre El Darse A Conocer Como Homosexual, August 25
  36  
NGTF Publishes Two Booklists on Gays in the Business Sector, August 27
  36  
NGTF Washington Office Relays Clarification of D.O.E. Policy, September 17
  36  
Valeska's Resignation, October 7
  36  
NGTF Board Elections Held, October 15
  36  
NGTF Hires Virginia Apuzzo as Executive Director, November 16
  36  
Committee on Transfusion Transmitted Disease of the American Association of Blood Banks, January 6
  36  
NGTF Plays Crucial Role in Blood Policy, January 10
  36  
NGTF Crisisline Hours Change/AIDS Calls Predominate, January 26
  36  
Gay Community Issues Statement
  36  
NGTF Responds to Public Health, March 16
  36  
New York State Special Task Force on Religious Desecration, etc. Refuses to Examine Anti-Gay Bigotry, March 22
  36  
NGTF Issues Report on Anti-Gay Federal Employment Policies, March 22
  36  
Apuzzo Testimony to Subcommittee on AIDS Funding, May 12
  36  
NGTF Calls Upon Heckler...Program for AIDS, May 24
  36  
NGTF Protests Inaccurate and Misleading Press Reports on AIDS and Household Contact, May 23
  36  
NGTF Responds to Heckler Speech at Conference of Mayors, June 14
  36  
NGTF Asks ABC to Correct Inaccuracies in 20/20 Broadcast, June 17
  36  
National AIDS Lobby Formed, June 17
  36  
NGTF Addresses Public Health Officers on AIDS Response, July 13
  36  
NGTF Assails Response on AIDS in Congressional Testimony, August 1
  36  
NGTF to Sponsor Buses to Jobs and Peace March, August 9
  36  
Gay Leaders Meet with Assistant Secretary for Health, August 9
  36  
NGTF Urges People with AIDS to Apply for Social Security Benefits, August 10
  36  
NGTF Cites Role in Administration's AIDS Funding Increase, August 19
  36  
Major Civil Rights Leaders Endorse Gay Rights and Apuzzo's Statement, August 26
  36  
National Gay/Lesbian Organizations Announce Voter Registration Drive, September 22
  36  
Crisiline Expansion Press Release (to Straight Press), October
  36  
NGTF Documents Epidemic of Anti-Gay /Lesbian Violence, October 19
  36  
NGTF Challenges Glenn Statements, November 9
  36  
NGTF Seeks Nominations to Board, November 18
  36  
BWMT/DC and Fund for Human Dignity Join Forces to Fight Racism, November 30
  36  
Presidential Candidates Questionnaire Distributed by National Gay/Lesbian Organizations, December 6
  36  
NGTF at Federal Hearings on Police Misconduct, Family Violence, December 12
  36  
New York Leaders Meet with Glenn, December 19
  36  
Edwin Meese, undated
  36  
Originals of 1983 Press Releases
  36  
Index to 1984 Press Releases
  36  
NGTF Seeks Media Director, January 11
  36  
NGTF Calls on Conference of Mayors to Support Protection of Civil Rights, January 26
  36  
Mayor's Conference Supports Gay/Lesbian Civil Rights, January 27
  36  
Budget Request Includes Slight Increase in AIDS Funding, February 1
  36  
Representative Studds to be Honored at Fund Dinner, February 6
  36  
Mondale Responds to '84 and Counting Questionnaire, February 9
  36  
Assemblyman Agnos Donates Public Service Tapes to Fund, February 10
  36  
NGTF Opens Its Crisisline to Lesbian/Gay Youth, March 1
  36  
NGTF Opposes Meese Nomination, March 2
  36  
Hart Responds to '84 and Counting Questionnaire, March 9
  36  
NGTF Responds to California Veto, March 15
  36  
Appeals Court Rules in Favor of NGTF in Oklahoma Case, March 22
  36  
Gay/Lesbian Community Agenda Presented to Democrats, March 27
  36  
Response to Proposals for Closure of the Bathhouses, March 29
  36  
NGTF Urges Higher AIDS Funding, April 11
  36  
Sarton and Blood Sister to Be Honored, April 17
  36  
NGTF Input Alters Fair Campaign Practices Agreement, April 25
  36  
NGTF Urges New Funding for AIDS Developments, April 26
  36  
NGTF Board Commits to Raising $2500, May 15
  36  
Ron Najman Named Media Director of NGTF, May 23
  36  
NGTF Urges Support for Statewide Independent Civilian Review Boards, May 28
  36  
NGTF Files Suit Challenging Department of Defense Discharge Policy, June 5
  36  
NGTF, GLID Promote "Lesbian/Gay Vote '84 Visibility Campaign," June 7
  36  
Democrats Urged to Address Gay/Lesbian Civil Rights, June 12
  36  
U.S. Mayors' Conference Endorses Gay/Lesbian Rights, June 19
  36  
Democratic Platform Committee Approves Gay Rights Plank, June 25
  36  
NGTF Response to Selection of Ferraro as Mondale's Running-mate, July 12
  36  
NGTF Survey Indicates Widespread Anti-Gay/Lesbian Violence, July 12
  36  
Apuzzo Discusses Violence/Falwell on CBS Morning News with Bill Kurt, July 14
  36  
Democratic National Convention Press Information, July 16-19
  36  
Fund for Human Dignity Seeks Deputy Director, September 20
  36  
Federal Funding for AIDS: Congress and Administration Considers Increase, August 20; Model Consent Form for AIDS Research Negotiated, September 14
  36  
National Governors' Association Asked to Endorse Gay/Lesbian Civil Rights, September 28
  36  
Congress Increases Federal AIDS Funding, October 12
  36  
Federal Money Available to Local AIDS Services Organizations, October 24
  36  
Laurence Tribe to Represent NGTF Before Supreme Court, October 26
  36  
National Governors Association Considers Civil Rights Agenda, November 20
  36  
NGTF Board Nominations Sought, November 20
  36  
National Gay Task Force Meets with Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Heckler, December 7
  36  
Originals of 1984 Press Releases
  36  
NGTF Resolution re: Board's Fundraising
  37  
Gay/Lesbian, AIDS Groups Respond to Licensing of Blood Test, January 11
  37  
Community Leaders Discuss Blood Test with Public Health Services, January 18
  37  
Apuzzo to Return to Government Service, February 5
  37  
1986 Budget Reduces AIDS Funding, February 9
  37  
Elisa Test: Questions Remain, February 19
  37  
Cuban Refugees Status Clarified by Immigration Service, February 19
  37  
U.S. Civil Rights Commission Responds to NGTF Lobbying on Violence, February 27
  37  
FDA Decision, March 1
  37  
NGTF and Lambda Secure Labeling Assurances, March 5
  37  
Government Sponsored Statement on Victim's Rights Includes Gays and Lesbians, March 15
  37  
NGTF Board of Directors Creates Two New Posts, March 19
  37  
Monitoring use and Preventing Misuse of the HTLV-III Blood Test, March 20
  37  
Gay/Lesbian Victory in NGTF Case Before Supreme Court, March 26
  37  
NGTF Protests Diversion of Funds for Alternate Testing Sites, April 9
  37  
NGTF Completes Survey on Social Security Benefits for Persons with AIDS and ARC, April 12
  37  
NGTF Position Statements on AIDS-Related Issue, April 14
  37  
Apuzzo, Krim and Rorem to be Honored at Fund Dinner, April 23
  37  
NGTF Calls for Major AIDS Preventive Education Effort in Senate Testimony, May 1
  37  
NGTF Urges Withdrawal of Proposal to Make a Positive Antibody Test Reportable, May 13
  37  
Remembering Larry Gurel, c. May 13
  37  
Rosemary Kuropat Named Director of Administration and Finance, July 3
  37  
Anti-Gay/Lesbian Violence Surveys Obtain Similar Results, July 19
  37  
Defense Department Threatens Blood Test for All Military Personnel; LAMBDA and NGTF Protest Violation of FDA Labeling, July 23
  37  
AIDS Funding Request Increases by $45.7 Million, July 23
  37  
NGTF and Lambda Support Confidentiality in AIDS-Related Research, July 31
  37  
NGTF Testifies Against HTLV-III Screening by Military, August 13
  37  
NGTF Testifies Before Congressional Hearings on AIDS, September 16
  37  
PHS Releases Occupational Guidelines for Prevention of AIDS, November 20
  37  
Fund Receives Crisisline from AT & T Foundation: First Corporate Support, November 25
  37  
NGTF Statement on the Regulation/Closures of Bathhouses and Related Establishments, December 12
  37  
President Reagan Signs Increased AIDS Appropriations, December 18
  37  
Mandatory Reportability, Contact Tracing, and HTLV-III Antibody Testing, December 19
  37  
Letters Needed to Fight AIDS Quarantine Proposal in Texas, December 20
  37  
Media Advisory: Democratic National Convention and NGTF Involvement, undated
  37  
Mayors, Health Officers Meet to Discuss AIDS, Police/Gay Relations, January 28
  37  
President's Budget Calls for 20% Cut in AIDS Funding, February 10
  37  
NGLTF Board Meets in Phoenix, February 27
  37  
Discussion with Surgeon General on AIDS Report, April 4
  37  
Anti-Gay Violence and Harassment Widespread in 1985, April 11
  37  
NGLTF Board Consolidates Organization in Washington, May 8
  37  
Consensus Statement on HTLV-III Antibody Testing and Related Issues, May 30
  37  
DC AIDS Insurance Bill Defended in Congress, July 25
  37  
Senate Approves Rider to Disapprove DC AIDS Insurance Bill, August 1
  37  
NGLTF to March for Women's Lives; NGLTF Announces Vacancies on Board of Directors; Lesbian and Gay American History Course Announced
  37  
Open Letter of Gratitude to Gays and Lesbians on the Historic Passage of Federal Hate Crimes Law, April 24
  37  
Candidate Slams Black Gays and Lesbians at D.C. Mayoral Forum; Task Force Blasts Prejudiced Remarks, May 1
  37  
National Hate Crime Hotline Disconnects Gays May 15
  37  
Sodomy News from Across the States, May 15
  37  
Task Force Seeks Interns, May 15
  37  
Letter to CBN News, May 18
  37  
Report Shows Anti-Gay Violence in U.S. Pervasive in 1989, June 7
  37  
Transitions at NGLTF, June 24
  37  
NEA Staff Meets with Activists After Gays Charge Agency with Homophobia, July 24
  37  
Bush Signs AIDS Anti-Discrimination Bill; Gays Invited Back to White House for Ceremony, July 26
  37  
House Votes to Suppress Feminist Art Work, August 1
  37  
Congress Passes AIDS Homeless Bill; President Urged to Sign Law with Provisions for PWA's, August 2
  37  
Task Force Represented at International Gay Conference, August 2
  37  
New Staff Positions Announced by NGLTF, August 30
  37  
NGLTF Seeks Applicants for Board of Directors, August 30
  37  
Task Force Opposes Souter Confirmation to Supreme Court; Will Testify at Senate Confirmation Hearings, September 13
  37  
Gays Lose One Battle in Florida, September 13
  37  
Movement Leaders to Share Experience at NGLTF Conference, September 13
  37  
Gays and Lesbians Dance at Disneyland, September 21
  37  
NGLTF Announces 43 Workshops at Creating Change Conference, October 2
  37  
NGLTF Backs Marlboro and Miller Boycott; Rejects Philip Morris Money, October 4
  37  
NGLTF Receives $15,000 GMHC Award to Help Fund AIDS Lobbyist Position, October 4
  37  
People of Color and Fundraising Institutes to Feature Leading Activists at NGLTF Creating Change Conference, October 4
  37  
House Reauthorizes NEA, Rejects Censorship Amendment; but Senate Committee Reinstates Restrictions, October 17
  37  
Senate Approves NEA Bill After Striking Content Restrictions, October 25
  37  
Congress Reforms U.S. Immigration Policy; Restrictions Against Gay People with AIDS Eased, October 30
  37  
NGLTF Expands Staff; Names New Lesbian and Gay Health Lobbyist and Program Support Staff, November 1
  37  
Creating Change Conference Hosts 700 Activists, November 15
  37  
NGLTF Blasts Hypocrisy and Homophobia at Essence Magazine, November 27
  37  
Task Force Opposes Persian Gulf War, January 30
  37  
National Campaign to Document and Counteract Violence to be Launched by NGLTF, January 31
  37  
NGLTF Receives Major Grant for Anti-Violence Work, February 7
  37  
NGLTF Reorganizes to Enhance Education, Political Programs; Tax-Exempt Policy Institute Announced, February 7
  37  
Government Study on AZT and People of Color Questioned by NGLTF, February 14
  37  
Fourth Annual Creating Change Conference to be Announced; Largest Gay and Lesbian Political Gathering to be Held in November, February 14
  37  
NGLTF Policy Institute Names Tim Drake New Privacy/Civil Rights Project Director, February 15
  37  
Defamed Gay Man Wins Settlement; Contributes $1,000 to NGLTF, February 21
  37  
Statement to Media on the NGLTFPI Report Anti-Gay/Lesbian Violence, Victimization and Defamation in 1990, March 6
  37  
"Let Sharon Kowalski Come Home" Hotline Established; Activists Urged to Attend Minneapolis Pride Event, May 20
  37  
Gays and Lesbian Make History at FBI; NGLTF Invited to Hate Crimes Media Events, May 20
  37  
Gays, Lesbians Win Protection in Tampa, May 29
  37  
Statement on U.S. Immigration Policy and HIV, May 30
  37  
On the 10th Anniversary of AIDS: Opinion of the NGLTF, June 1
  37  
Urgent Call for Action on Immigration Policy, June 4
  37  
AIDS in the Black Community; African-American Politicians Challenged to Provide Leadership
  37  
Regional Protest Planned Against Anti-Gay Policy of Cracker Barrel Restaurants, July 25
  37  
Task Force Conducts Discrimination Survey, July 25
  37  
Task Force Joins Breast Cancer Coalition to Advocate on Behalf of Lesbian Health Care, July 26
  37  
Scores of Activists Descend on the South to Protest Restaurant's Anti-Gay Policy, August 22
  37  
Task Force Assists FBI with Regional Hate Crimes Training Seminars for Law Enforcement Officers, August 22
  37  
NGLTF Releases Fortune 1000 Survey, October 15
  37  
Rap Group Leadership Sought; Unpaid Internship; Apuzzo in San Francisco; Open Letter to Supreme Court Justice Lewis Powell
  295  
Press releases and clippings (3 folders)
 
Publicity: Task Force Report [subseries]:
  38  
Original Layout Materials; some advertising notes and correspondence; clippings on "AIDS and Media;" drafts of press releases
 
Publicity: Roberta Sklar, Director of Communications [subseries]:
  300  
Leadership Council Reports
  300  
Louisiana Coverage
  300  
News Articles, Miscellaneous
  300  
Newsletters
  300  
Press Clip Package
  301  
Press Clip Package
  301  
Publications
  301  
Resumes: Communications Associate
  301  
Webclips
 
Fundraising: 1978-1988, alphabetical [subseries]:
  39  
Accomplishments of NGTF Programs
  39  
Campus Organizing/Support Packets
  39  
Clippings: Universities
  39  
Committees
  39  
Criticism Correspondence
  39  
Chicago Event
  39  
*Contribution Checks, Correspondence with New Boston Group - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  39  
*Contribution Receipts - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  39  
Detroit Conference
  39  
Development Consultant Evaluations: Major Gifts Soliciting Feedback Form
  39  
Distributive Education Clubs of America Approved Sales and Fund Raising Companies Information Packet
  39  
Elections: Bocchini/Patero Re-Election Campaign
  39  
Elections: Election Materials
  39  
Ethnic Minority Conference
  39  
Florida Events
  39  
Fundraising in the Gay/Lesbian Community correspondence
  39  
Gay Pride Week
  39  
Graphic Notes
  39  
I.M.R.U., a production of the Gay Radio Collective
  39  
International Gay Association
  39  
Inventory Sheets, Postage Requests
  39  
*Iowa Society - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  39  
IRENECS Inc. Fundraising Event
  39  
LC List Marketing Invoices
  39  
Los Angeles Events
  39  
*Mailings: Address Changes - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  39  
*Mailings: Direct Mail Duplicate Listings - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  39  
Mailings: Direct Mail List Exchange
  39  
Mailings: List Acquisition
  39  
Mailings: List Confidentiality
  39  
Mailings: List Request Forms, Agreement on List Distribution
  39  
*Membership Dues - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  39  
Meeting Facilities Contacts
  39  
Miscellaneous Fundraising Materials
  39  
*Monthly Pledges, including update for January - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  39  
NCBLG (National Coalition of Black Lesbians and Gays)
  39  
NCBLB/NGLTF Fundraiser
  39  
NGB Action Response Forms [RESTRICTED]
  39  
*Non-Member Contributions - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  39  
Phone Bills
  39  
Phone Bills
  40  
Prospective Members/Contributions [RESTRICTED]
  40  
Publications: NGTF Publications and Pamphlets List
  40  
Publications: Presidential Candidate Profiles on Lesbian/Gay and AIDS-Related Issues
  40  
Requests for Information, especially re: Council on Economic Priorities
  40  
San Francisco Events
  40  
Floyde T. Sharback Last Will and Testament [RESTRICTED]
  40  
Strub/Collins Sage Mailing
  40  
Third Tuesday Theater
  40  
Volunteer Information Cards [RESTRICTED]
 
Fundraising: David Coobs, Director of Development [subseries]:
  40  
Annual Report
  40  
English, Ron
  40  
Flyers and Clippings, Miscellaneous
  40  
Fundraising: Independent Sector
  40  
Islanders' Club
  40  
Gaylink (electronic mail system)
  40  
Ohrbach, Richard: Creative Perspectives, Inc.
  40  
Renslow, Chuck correspondence
  40  
Sage Publications
  40  
Stonewall Park
  40  
Testimonies/Statements
  40  
Working Group on Funding Gay/Lesbian Issues
 
Fundraising: David Coobs, Director of Development: "Originals" [subseries]:
  40  
Gay Parent's Support Packet
  40  
Gay Teachers Support Packet
  40  
Religion Packet
  40  
Accounting and Office Forms
  40  
NGTF Forms, Note Pads, Memo Pads, etc.
  40  
Miscellaneous Office Forms
  40  
Articles Reprinted by NGTF
  40  
Articles Reprinted by NGTF
  40  
Articles Reprinted by NGTF
  40  
Articles Reprinted by NGTF
  40  
Board of Directors Materials
  40  
CETA Project Open Understanding (Comprehensive Employment Training Act)
  40  
NGTF National Speakers Bureau
  40  
Press Releases and Media Alert
  40  
Various Lists
  40  
White House Conference on Families
  40  
Miscellaneous Items
  40  
Miscellaneous Items
  40  
Miscellaneous Items
  40  
Miscellaneous Items, early 1981
 
Fundraising: Kimberly Webster , Director of Development: correspondence [subseries]:
  41  
*In Donation Correspondence - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  41  
*In General Correspondence - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  41  
*In General Correspondence - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  41  
*In General Correspondence - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  41  
*In Max Levi Responses - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  41  
*In Membership Correspondence - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  41  
*In Membership Correspondence - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  41  
*In Membership Correspondence, not Strub/Dawson - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  41  
*Out Donation Correspondence - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  41  
*Out General Correspondence - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  41  
*Out General Correspondence - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  41  
*Out Membership Correspondence - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
 
Fundraising: Kimberly Webster, Director of Development: [subseries]:
  41  
Strub/Collins Conference, Monthly Sustainer Programs
  41  
Events
  41  
Adam Rose
  41  
Leadership Council Fundraising Event
  41  
Alan Hergott
  41  
Fundraising Party
  41  
Bar Night in Los Angeles
  41  
NGLTF at Democratic National Convention
 
Fundraising: Kimberly Webster, Director of Development: [subseries]:
  41  
Benefits
  41  
Blank Contracts
  41  
Budget
  41  
California Association of Lesbian and Gay Democratic Club 1986 Resolution
  41  
Capital Campaign
  41  
Direct Mail Information on New Firms
  41  
Facility Rental Information
  41  
Focus Groups
  41  
Fundraisers by State
  41  
Grants: Educational Publications
  41  
Grants: General
  41  
Grants: Information/Contacts
  41  
Grants: NGTF Women's Program Consultant Grants
  41  
Grants: Working Group on Funding Gay and Lesbian Issues
  41  
High Dollar Program
  41  
Lesbian and Gay Families Project
  41  
Lesbian and Gay Chorus
  41  
Mailing List: Acquisition and Sales
  41  
*Membership Surveys - not microfilmed
  41  
Name Labels
  41  
New Boston Group
  41  
NGLTF General Information, including form letters to supporters and lists of accomplishments
  41  
NGLTF Business Leadership Council Letter
  41  
NGLTF Leadership Council Briefing
  41  
Originals: Grant Materials to NGTF Fund for Human Dignity
  41  
PFLAG Convention Fundraising Basics (Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays)
  41  
Public Interest Data
  41  
Reference Materials
  41  
Religious Right
  41  
Source Theater Company
  41  
Speeches and Notes for Talks
  41  
Strub/Dawson
  41  
Strub/Dawson Monthly Worksheets
  41  
Strub/Dawson Prospecting Drop Information
  41  
Timeline of Activities and Fundraising Manual
  41  
War Conference Invitation List
  41  
Washington D.C. Control Board Rules and Regulations
  41  
White paper by the Violence Project CRC Grant: "Anti-Gay Violence: Causes, Consequences, Responses," by Kevin Berrill
 
Fundraising: Janice Thom, Director of Special Events [subseries]:
  301  
Brochures
  301  
Direct Appeal Mail Samples
  301  
District of Columbia Events: Honoring Our Allies
  301  
District of Columbia Events: Honoring Our Allies
  301  
District of Columbia Events: Celebraing and Building for Our Future
  301  
District of Columbia Events: D.C. Leadership Awards
  301  
District of Columbia Events: D.C. Leadership Awards
  301  
District of Columbia Events: March on Washington
  301  
District of Columbia Events: D.C. Leadership Awards
  301  
District of Columbia Events: D.C. Leadership Awards
  301  
District of Columbia Events: D.C. Leadership Awards
  301  
District of Columbia Events: Deck Party
  301  
District of Columbia Events: End of Year Party
  301  
Los Angeles Events: Deck Party
  301  
Los Angeles Events: L.A. Leadership Awards
  301  
Los Angeles Events: V-Day
  301  
Los Angeles Events: Yachts of Fun
  301  
Los Angeles Events: Year End Wrap Up
  302  
Miami Events: Recognition Dinner
  302  
Miami Events: Winter Party
  302  
New York Events: Urvashi Vaid Farewell Celebration
  302  
New York Events: 30 Year Celebration
  302  
New York Events: N.Y. Leadership Awards
  302  
Provincetown Events: Responses
  302  
Provincetown Events: August
  302  
Provincetown Events: Invitations
  302  
Provincetown Events: Host Packet
  302  
Provincetown Events
  302  
Provincetown Events
  302  
Provincetown Events: Masters
  302  
Provincetown Events: Host Committee
  302  
Provincetown Events: Sponsorships
  302  
Provincetown Events: Honorees
  302  
Provincetown Events
  302  
Provincetown Events: August
  302  
Provincetown Events: Finances
  302  
Provincetown Events
  302  
Provincetown Events: Auction
  302  
Provincetown Events: Graphics/Flyers
  302  
Provincetown Events: Grants
  302  
Provincetown Events: Advertising
  302  
Provincetown Events: August
  302  
Provincetown Events: Invitations, Reservations, Billing
  302  
Provincetown Events
  302  
Provincetown Events: Martina's Provincetown Letter
  302  
Provincetown Events: Community Forum
  302  
Provincetown Events
  302  
Provincetown Events: RSVPs
  303  
Provincetown Events: Lists
  303  
Provincetown Events: Deck Party Weekend
  303  
Provincetown Events: Deddy's Party: RSVPs
  303  
Provincetown Events: Deddy's Party: Gifts, Pledges, Who Came
  303  
Provincetown Events: Community Forum
  303  
Provincetown Events: Grant Committee
  303  
Provincetown Events: Currents of Change
  303  
Provincetown Events: Sunset Deck Party
  303  
Provincetown Events: Prospect Letter, Sample
  303  
Provincetown Events: Leading Edge
  303  
Provincetown Events: Deck Party
  303  
Provincetown Events: Deck Party
  303  
Provincetown Events: Funders' Briefing
  303  
Seattle Events: Activate!
 
Fundraising: Janice Thom, Director of Special Events [subseries]:
  303  
Honoring Our Allies
  303  
Medicine
  303  
Other Invitees
  303  
Kameny
  303  
Gores
  303  
Graphics/Printing
  303  
Venue/Galleria
  303  
National Museum of Women in the Arts
  303  
Honorary Host Committee
  303  
Advertising
  303  
Honoring Our Allies
  303  
Honoring Our Allies
  303  
Honoring Our Allies
  303  
Location
  303  
Sponsors
  303  
Advertising Contracts
  303  
Honorees
  303  
Core Host Committee
  303  
Host Committee
  303  
Program
  303  
Notes
  303  
Honoring Our Allies
  303  
Finances
  303  
Leadership Awards: George Washington University
  303  
Leadership Awards: Sponsorship/Advertising
  303  
Leadership Awards: International Trade Center
  304  
Leadership Awards
  304  
Leadership Awards: Script
  304  
Leadership Awards: Design, Invitations
  304  
Host Committee
  304  
Program/Awards/Night Of
  304  
Program Book
  304  
Press Kit
 
Fundraising: 1988-1998, alphabetical [subseries]:
  42  
Advertising Exchanges
  42  
Adam Rose Dinner: New York, October 10
  42  
An Evening Under the Stars, Los Angeles
  42  
An Evening Under the Stars, Los Angeles
  42  
Boat Party, New York
  42  
Breakfast Party, New York
  42  
Cleve Jones' Birthday
  42  
Colleagues/Workplace Conference
  42  
Craig Nealy Party, New York
  42  
Dance Party, Washington, D.C.
  42  
Denver Event
  42  
Development
  42  
Development
  42  
Development
  42  
Development
  42  
Endorsements, Sponsored Events, Sign-Ons, Requests for Approvals/Denials
  42  
Fall Event/Chip Dacket, New York
  42  
Fall/Winter Event, San Francisco
  42  
Film Festival
  42  
Film Tour: Washington, D.C.
  42  
Films: NGLTF International Film Festival
  43  
Harvey Milk Democratic Honors: San Diego
  43  
Holly Hughes Benefit, December
  43  
Honor and Recognition: Seattle
  43  
Honoring Our Allies: Bella Abzug: Washington, D.C.
  43  
Honoring Our Allies: Chicago
  43  
Honoring Our Allies: Denver
  43  
Honoring Our Allies: Minneapolis
  43  
Honoring Our Allies: Washington, D.C.
  43  
Honoring Our Allies: Washington, D.C.
  43  
Honoring Our Allies: Washington, D.C.: Sponsors
  43  
Honoring Our Allies: Washington, D.C.: Sponsors
  43  
House Parties
  43  
Lawyer's Party: Washington, D.C.
  43  
Levi Farewell: San Francisco
  43  
Levity and Justice for All
  43  
Lights, Camera, Action: Los Angeles
  43  
Manheart AIDS Dance
  43  
Media
  43  
Membership Event: Los Angeles
  43  
Murder Mystery Party
  43  
Nashville Events
  43  
Nashville Party
  43  
Our Place at the Table: San Francisco
  43  
Our Place at the Table: San Francisco
  43  
Pride Banquet: Detroit, Lansing
  43  
Provincetown
  43  
Provincetown
  43  
Public Policy
  43  
Public Policy
  43  
St. Louis Board Meeting, May 8-10
  43  
Strength in Numbers
  43  
TATOU: New York
  43  
Urvashi Farewell: Minnesota
  43  
Urvashi Farewell: New York
  44  
Urvashi Farewell: Provincetown
  44  
Urvashi Farewell: San Francisco, November
  44  
Urvashi Farewell: Seattle, October
  44  
Urvashi Farewell: Washington, D.C.
  44  
Virginia Apuzzo: Santa Fe
 
Fund for Human Dignity (see also Collection #7309) [subseries]:
  45  
Founding Documents, Meeting Materials, and Related Correspondence
  45  
Correspondence
  45  
Letters to Friends
  45  
Press Releases (see also NGLTF Press Releases)
  45  
Acceptance Speeches: Fund for Human Dignity Annual Dinner
  45  
Brochure re: Gift Giving
  45  
Financial Ledger
  45  
Income Accounts
 
Board Materials [subseries]:
  187  
NGTF Book of Minutes (Safe Deposit Copy)
  187  
Correspondence and Board of Directors Documents (Scott Anderson)
  187  
Correspondence, Co-Chair Reports, Committee Reports
  187  
*Personnel: Board of Directors Applications/Resignations, Correspondence - not microfilmed
  187  
*Phone List - not microfilmed
 
Executive Directors [subseries]:
  187  
NGTF Information by Charles Brydon, Lucia Valeska
  187  
*Lucia Valeska's Expenses - not microfilmed
  187  
*Lucia Valeska's Expenses - not microfilmed
  187  
Agenda, Policy, Theory [transcripts of Virginia Apuzzo's speeches?]
 
Staff Material [subseries]:
  187  
Correspondence, Incoming Mel Boozer
  187  
Memoranda :Mel Boozer
  187  
Memoranda/Correspondence: Mel Boozer
  187  
Correspondence: Mel Boozer, National Speakers Bureau
  187  
Mel Boozer: Commission on Civil Rights, Sam Hart Nomination (includes publications)
  187  
Mel Boozer: Civil Rights Advocacy (CRA) Agenda
  187  
Dirk Burns: Correspondence
  187  
Correspondence: College Field Placement Offices/Student Groups
  187  
"J" Correspondence (includes publications)
  187  
"L" Correspondence
  187  
New York City Correspondence, "Organizations that have issues support and policy statements on gay rights"
  187  
*Computer Software Manual - not microfilmed
  187  
*Office Equipment: IBM MAG II - not microfilmed
  187  
Personnel Manual
  187  
Miscellaneous Program Ideas and Correspondence
  187  
Proposed Personnel Policies and Procedures
  187  
*Resumes - not microfilmed
  187  
Staff Plan
  187  
Staff Planning Meeting
  187  
Miscellaneous
 
Membership: Judy Burns, Membership Director [subseries]:
  187  
Accounts Payable Voucher: "R"
  187  
Accounts Payable Voucher: Rivaldo Pabich and Friends
  187  
Accounts Payable Voucher: S
  187  
Advertising
  187  
Board Reports
  187  
Board Reports/Board Correspondence (includes publications
  187  
Board Fundraising
  187  
Correspondence: Ragged Edge Press
  187  
Fund for Human Dignity: NGTF Mailing Lists, Correspondence
  187  
Prentice-Hall, Inc.
  187  
Church of the Intercession/NGTF/Fund for Human Dignity Carbons
  187  
Letters
  187  
Letters to Members
  187  
*Membership - not microfilmed
  187  
Membership Documents
  187  
New Member Source Reports
  187  
Proposal for NGTF Video Message and Appeal
  187  
NGTF Prospect Piece
  187  
NGLTF Renewal Summary Report
  187  
Task Force Report Typefaces/Working Materials
  187  
Triplex (Direct Mailing)
 
Finances [subseries]:
  188  
Annual Reports, Kuropat Correspondence re:
  188  
Atlas Savings and Loan
  188  
Budget Freeze
  188  
Policy Institute and NGLTF Combined Budget (including letter re: Martin Hiraga's appointment)
  188  
Certificate of NGTF as a not-for-profit corporation
  188  
Rosemary Kuropat Correspondence
  188  
*Financial Ledgers - not microfilmed
  188  
*Paul Spring - not microfilmed
 
Publicity: Press Releases [subseries]:
  188  
Statement by Jean O'Leary, Intro. 84 Hearings
  188  
NGTF Executive Director Testifies before U.S. Conference of Mayors AIDS Task Force, June 14; Gay/Lesbian Community to Discuss Health Issues with Reagan Administration, June 12; related materials
  188  
NGLTF Urges Government Action at Congressional Hearings on Anti-Gay Violence, October 14
 
Publicity: Packets [subseries]:
  188  
Unmailed publications
  188  
NGTF Civil Rights Packet Revision Information
  188  
Switchboards and Rap Groups Packets (includes publications)
  188  
NGTF Information and Assistance Packet (includes publications)
 
Fundraising [subseries]:
  188  
Mailing Lists
  188  
Fundraising
  188  
NGTF Pledges
  188  
*Direct Mail - not microfilmed
  188  
Fund for Human Dignity (includes publications)
  188  
The Funding Exchange
  188  
Foundations (includes publications)
  188  
Financing and Developing: Insert
  188  
Financing 1980 Bachelor 10 Party (includes publications)
  188  
Gay Men's Health Crisis
  188  
Matlovich Project
  188  
Joint Foundation Support
  188  
*Hispanic Task Force and Lambda (includes publications) - not microfilmed
  188  
Erickson Foundation Grant
  188  
Hitchcock Report
  188  
Levinson Foundation (includes publications)
  188  
Playboy Foundation
  188  
Playboy Foundation (includes publications)
  188  
Mariposa Educational and Research Foundation
  188  
Chicago Resource Center
  188  
Mildred Andrews Fund (includes publications)
  188  
Ms. Foundation
  188  
Public Interest Law Foundation at Columbia, Inc.
  188  
*Johnson Foundation "Wingspread" - not microfilmed
  188  
Tucker Foundation-"Dartmouth College (includes publications)
  188  
Stonewall Awards Foundation
  188  
Windom Fund
  188  
Fundraising (includes publications)
  188  
Gay Political Caucus of Houston
  188  
Levenson Foundation
  188  
Foundations
  188  
Whitman-Radcliffe Foundation
  188  
Government: IRS
  188  
Livingston Fund or Political Action Fund of New York Notes
  188  
Desert Heart Productions
 
Fund for Human Dignity [subseries]:
  188  
Board of Directors
 
Media Director [subseries]:
  258  
Bush/Quayle Caompaign briefing files
  207  
Budget
  207  
Press Releases
  208  
Press Releases
  209  
Press Releases
 
Series II. Field Files [series]:
 
AIDS Project: Administrative Files [subseries]:
  109  
*Administrative Procedures - not microfilmed
  109  
AIDS Advisories
  109  
AIDS Updates
  109  
Apuzzo, Virginia: "Why We March in June"
  109  
Apuzzo, Virginia: file for Public Health Service Conference
  109  
Block Grant Programs Materials
  109  
Board Meeting February
  109  
Boring, John: Working File (AIDS Update, Notes, etc.)
  109  
Briefing Papers
  109  
Budget
  109  
Coalition
  109  
Correspondence: "CC"
  109  
Important Correspondence
  109  
Incoming Correspondence
  109  
Outgoing Correspondence
  109  
Correspondence
  109  
Correspondence
  109  
Correspondence
  109  
Crisisline
  109  
Crisisline, including related staff materials
  109  
"Documents:" Mailing List of Organizations
  109  
Fund for Human Dignity
  109  
Funding Proposal and Program Description
  109  
Grants
  109  
Grants
  109  
Grants
  109  
Lesbian Health Care Issues, revised draft
  109  
Mailing Labels (Organizations)
  109  
*Media: Books "Anatomy of an Epidemic," Jonathan Lieberman, August 18, New York Review - not microfilmed
  109  
Memoranda
  109  
NGTF (includes publications)
  109  
NGTF AIDS Program Highlights
  109  
Organizations (includes publications)
  109  
Organizations: ACLU AIDS Policy Update (includes publications)
  109  
Originals: AIDS Project Stationary
  109  
Tori Osborne/Peri Jude Radecic Executive Director Transition (includes publications)
  109  
Personnel Manual
  109  
Positions on AIDS
  109  
Presentations
  109  
Press Releases
  109  
Press Releases
  109  
Press Releases
  109  
Peri Jude Radecic's Lobby Day Files (includes publications)
  109  
Peri Jude Radecic's Lobby Day Files (includes publications)
  109  
Referral Lists
  109  
Reports
  109  
Program Staff Meeting
  109  
Staff Report
  109  
Statements
  109  
Strategic Plan
  109  
Strategic Plan
  109  
Strategic Vision Retreat
  109  
Testimonies
  109  
Miscellaneous Travel Files
  109  
Staff Travel
  109  
Urvashi Vaid and Martin Hiraga Resumes
  109  
Volunteer Project
  295  
Correspondence and reports-Jeff Levi
 
AIDS Project: Administrative Files: Belinda Rochelle [subseries]:
  109  
Belinda Rochelle's Business Card
  109  
Conferences: National Network of Runaway and Youth Service Symposium
  109  
Conferences: Public Health Service Approach to Closing the Minority Health Gap
  109  
Conferences: Women's Health Issues Conference
  109  
Correspondence (including Exit Document Memoranda)
  109  
Health, Women's: Rust v. Sullivan
  109  
*Health: States of Health - not microfilmed
  109  
*Health Care: Clippings - not microfilmed
  109  
Health Care: Comprehensive American Health Care Act and Publications
  109  
Health Care: Consumer Unions
  109  
*Health Care: Consumer Unions: How to Resolve the Health Care Crisis - not microfilmed
  109  
*Health Care: Costs - not microfilmed
  109  
Health Care: Emergency Drive for Health Care
  109  
Health Care: Families USA Foundation
  109  
Health Care: March on Washington
  109  
Health Care Reform: Legislative Summary (includes publications)
  109  
Health Care Reform Policy (includes publications)
  109  
Health Care: Regent Hospital/Gaynet
  109  
Health Care: Revolutionary Workers League
  109  
Legislation: Women's Health Equity Act of 1991
  109  
Legislation: Insurance
  109  
Legislation, Health Care: Senate
  109  
Lesbian Health: Lesbian and Gay Coalition for Universal Health Care
  110  
Lesbian Health Agenda (includes publications)
  110  
Lesbian Health: Lesbians and Life-Altering Illness Conference
  110  
Lesbian Health: Michigan Lesbian Health Survey
  110  
Organizations: NCSSE (National Coalition to Support Sexuality Education)
  110  
Organizations: National Native American AIDS Prevention Center
  110  
*Organizations: PNHP (Physicians for a National Health Program) Newsletter - not microfilmed
  110  
*"Pragmatic Road Toward a National Health Insurance," Ronald Pollack and Phyllis Torda - not microfilmed
  110  
Prevention and Treatment Grant Programs Contact List
  110  
*Public Health and the Law: "The Ethics of Screening for Early Intervention in HIV Disease," Carol Levine and Ronald Bayer - not microfilmed
  110  
Public Health Service Fact Sheets
  110  
Rape: HIV Testing (includes publications)
  110  
SIECUS (Sex Information and Education Council of the United States
  110  
*Smoking, Health and Human Service Literature - not microfilmed
  110  
Stoller, Nancy
  110  
Violence Against Women Act of 1991
  110  
Women's Condom
  110  
Women: Obstetrician/Gynecologist
  110  
Youth (includes publications)
  110  
Youth: HHS Report on Runaway/Homeless Youth and HIV Prevention Strategies
  110  
Youth: National Colloquium on Gay and Lesbian Youth, Washington, D.C., October 12
  110  
Youth: NAHPNet
  110  
Youth: OTA Adolescent Health Report
  110  
Youth: PFLAG (includes publications)
  110  
Youth: School Health Education and AIDS/HIV
  110  
Youth: Suicide (includes publications)
  110  
Youth: Suicide: NGLTF Press Release
 
AIDS Project: Alphabetical Files [subseries]:
  111  
Accomplishments and Promotional Material, NGLTF
  111  
ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) (includes publications)
  111  
ACLU: AIDS Project (includes publications)
  111  
ACLU: Position Papers (includes publications)
  111  
ACT-UP (AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power) (includes publications)
  111  
ACT-UP: Target Bush
  111  
Adolescents
  111  
African Medical Association (includes publications)
  111  
AIDS (includes publications)
  111  
American Psychological Association
  111  
AmFAR (American Foundation for AIDS Research)
  111  
Americans with Disabilities Act
  111  
*Animals, Testing on (includes publications) - not microfilmed
  111  
*Anorexia-Cachexia (includes publications) - not microfilmed
  111  
Antibody Testing (includes publications)
  111  
Antibody Testing
  111  
Antibody Testing (includes publications)
  111  
Antibody Testing (includes publications)
  111  
Antibody Testing: HIV Home Test Kits (includes publications)
  111  
Antibody Testing: Mandatory Measures (includes publications)
  111  
Antibody Testing: Research (includes publications)
  111  
Apuzzo, Virginia: AIDS Testimony, New York City
  111  
Arline Decision
  111  
Army: Ft. Hood (includes publications)
  111  
Army
  111  
Art Auction
  111  
Art and Censorship: Congressional Correspondence (includes publications)
  111  
Art and Censorship: Leather/S/M Community Statements on NEA and Censorship
  111  
*Art and Censorship: Meese Commission and Publications - not microfilmed
  111  
Art and Censorship: D.W. Riegle, Jr. and NEA (includes publications)
  111  
Art and Censorship: Sharma Oliver
  111  
AZT Subsidy Bill
  111  
Bailey, Bill
  111  
Bathhouses (includes publications)
  111  
Bathhouses (includes publications)
  111  
Bathhouses (NGTF Position Statement)
  111  
Bauer, Gary (includes publications)
  111  
Bennett, William (Education Secretary) (includes publications)
  111  
Bibliographies: AIDS
  111  
Bibliographies: Violence (includes publications)
  111  
Bibliography
  111  
Bibliographies
  111  
*Bisexuals (includes publications) - not microfilmed
  111  
Blood (includes publications)
  111  
Blood (includes publications)
  111  
Blood: American Red Cross
  111  
Blood: Donor Policy (includes publications)
  111  
Blood: FDA Regulations (includes publications)
  111  
Blood: Hemophilia (includes publications)
  111  
Blood: National (includes publications)
  111  
Blood Policy: AAPHR (American Association of Physicians for Human Rights)
  111  
Blood Policy: Group Meeting, including Correspondence, December (includes publications)
  111  
Blood Policy: New York (includes publications)
  111  
*Blood Policy: "Blood Policy and Technology," Office of Technology Assessment, U.S. Congress - not microfilmed
  111  
Blood Sisters (includes publications)
  111  
Blood Test (includes publications)
  112  
Blood Test: AIDS Executive Task Force Meeting, January 14
  112  
Blood Test: Alternative Test Sites
  112  
*Blood Test: Clippings - not microfilmed
  112  
*Blood Test: Clippings - not microfilmed
  112  
Blood Test: Consensus Statement
  112  
Blood Test: Consensus Statement, May 30
  112  
Blood Test: Consensus Statement, January
  112  
Blood Test: Correspondence
  112  
Blood Test: Discrimination (includes publications)
  112  
Blood Test: Government Documents
  112  
Blood Test: Government Documents (includes publications)
  112  
Blood Test: New York State
  112  
Blood Test: NGTF Documents
  112  
Blood Test: NGTF Documents
  112  
Blood Test: NGTF/Government Correspondence
  112  
Blood Test: NGTF Originals
  112  
Blood Test: Originals
  112  
Blood Test: Originals
  112  
Blood Test: Other Organizations
  112  
Blood Test: Reportability (includes publications)
  112  
Blood Test: Reportability, New York
  112  
Blood Test: Revision of NGTF Statement and Related Materials
  112  
Blood Test: Scientific Data (includes publications)
  112  
Burroughs Wellcome Co.
  112  
Bush, President George: Response to AIDS
  112  
Campus
  112  
Cancer
  112  
Caribbean
  112  
Care Issues
  112  
Case Definition
  112  
Case Loads
  112  
Centers for Disease Control
  112  
Centers for Disease Control: "America Responds to AIDS"
  112  
Centers for Disease Control: Announcement #18
  112  
Centers for Disease Control: Blood Test Meeting, January 22
  112  
Centers for Disease Control: Epidemic Update
  112  
Centers for Disease Control: Funding Alert
  112  
Centers for Disease Control: Invasive Procedures
  112  
Centers for Disease Control: Meeting with NGLTF: Minorities
  112  
Centers for Disease Control: Occupational Guidelines
  112  
Children/Schools
  112  
Chronic Fatigue
  112  
Civil Rights
  112  
Civil Rights
  112  
Civil Rights: Fact Sheets
  112  
Civil Rights: Florida
  112  
Civil Rights: Michigan
  112  
Clinical Trials: NIAID (National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases)
  112  
AIDS/HIV Clinical Trial Handbook
  112  
*Clippings - not microfilmed
  112  
*Clippings - not microfilmed
  112  
*Clippings - not microfilmed
  112  
*Mediawatch Clippings - not microfilmed
  112  
*Clippings - not microfilmed
  112  
*Clippings - not microfilmed
  112  
*Clippings - not microfilmed
  112  
*Clippings and Publications (Miscellaneous) - not microfilmed
  112  
*Clippings - not microfilmed
  112  
*Clippings: AmFAR Newsclips (American Foundation for AIDS Research), July-September - not microfilmed
  112  
*Clippings: AmFAR Newsclips, October-December - not microfilmed
  113  
Coalition for AIDS Prevention and Education
  113  
*Commentary and Publications - not microfilmed
  113  
Community Research Invitation
  113  
Condoms (includes publications)
  113  
Conferences
  113  
Conferences
  113  
Conferences
  113  
Confidentiality
  113  
Confidentiality (includes publications)
  113  
Confidentiality (includes publications)
  113  
Confidentiality
  113  
Confidentiality: ASHTO Forum on HIV-Related Confidentiality and Discrimination Issues Participant List
  113  
Confidentiality: Centers for Disease Control
  113  
Confidentiality: Centers for Disease Control Surveillance
  113  
Confidentiality: Consent Form Negotiations, July 8
  113  
Confidentiality: Education Project
  113  
Confidentiality: Hastings Center
  113  
Confidentiality: Legislation
  113  
Confidentiality: Legislation
  113  
Confidentiality: Miscellaneous (includes publications)
  113  
Confidentiality: NGTF
  113  
Confidentiality: NIH (National Institutes of Health)
  113  
Confidentiality: New York State Advisory Council
  113  
Confidentiality: PHS Meeting, July 13, 30
  113  
Congress: Hatch Hearing, April 16
  113  
Congress: Legislation
  113  
Congress: OTA Report Hearing, February 21
  113  
Congress: Waxman Hearing, May 1
  113  
Congress: Waxman Hearing, August 8
  113  
Congress: Waxman Hearing, September 21
  113  
Congress: Weiss Hearings, August 1 (includes publications)
  113  
Congress: Weiss Hearings
  113  
Contact Tracing/Partner Notification (includes publications)
  113  
Contact Tracing/Partner Notification
  113  
*Corporate Guidelines (includes publications) - not microfilmed
  113  
*Counseling (includes publications) - not microfilmed
  113  
Criminal Justice: American Bar Association Ad Hoc Committee on AIDS (includes publications)
  113  
Criminal Law Issues (includes publications)
  113  
Criminal Law: Sanctions (includes publications)
  113  
Criminal Penalties (includes publications)
  113  
*Culture (includes publications) - not microfilmed
  113  
Danneymeyer, William (includes publications)
  113  
Definition (includes publications)
  114  
Definition (includes publications)
  114  
Demonstrations: ACT-UP Protests (includes publications)
  114  
Demonstrations: Projects
  114  
Department of Defense (includes publications)
  114  
Department of Defense (includes publications)
  114  
Development (NGLTF)
  114  
Disability Benefits
  114  
Discrimination
  114  
Discrimination
  114  
Discrimination: Articles, Other Organizations
  114  
Discrimination: Articles and Related Clippings
  114  
Discrimination: Broyhill, Bernard
  114  
Discrimination: Examples (includes publications)
  114  
Discrimination: FBI Hearings
  114  
Discrimination: Government
  114  
Discrimination: Haiti (includes publications)
  114  
Discrimination: Issues, Congressional Research Service
  114  
Discrimination: Legislation and Policies Opposing It (includes publications)
  114  
Discrimination: LLDEF (Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund)
  114  
Discrimination: McKinley v. Boston Harbor Hotel
  114  
Discrimination: Media Reports (includes publications)
  114  
Discrimination: NGTF
  114  
Discrimination: NGTF Case Reports (includes publications)
  114  
Discrimination: NGTF Precis
  114  
Discrimination: State Laws (includes publications)
  114  
Discrimination: Statistics and Reports
  114  
District of Columbia Appropriations (especially Family and Medical Leave Act) (includes publications)
  114  
*Drugs (includes publications) - not microfilmed
  114  
*Drugs (includes publications) - not microfilmed
  114  
Drugs (includes publications)
  114  
Drugs: AZT Press Releases (includes publications)
  114  
Drugs: CDH (includes publications)
  114  
Drugs: Compound Q (includes publications)
  114  
Drugs: Conference
  114  
*Drugs: Corporate Issues (includes publications) - not microfilmed
  114  
Drugs: Cost/Economics (includes publications)
  114  
Drugs: DDC/DDI (includes publications)
  114  
Drugs: DDI (includes publications)
  114  
Drugs: Development (includes publications)
  114  
Drugs: Development: Lasagna Committee (includes publications)
  114  
*Drugs: Dextran Sulfate (includes publications) - not microfilmed
  114  
Drugs: Eprex
  114  
Drugs: Foscavir (includes publications)
  114  
Drugs: Ganciclovir (includes publications)
  114  
Drugs: Guerilla Clinics (includes publications)
  114  
*Drugs: Imreg (includes publications) - not microfilmed
  114  
Drugs: Interferon
  114  
Drugs: National Community Research Initiative (includes publications)
  114  
Drugs: Pentamidine (includes publications)
  114  
Drugs: Treatment: AIDS Treatment News
  114  
Drugs: Treatment, General (includes publications)
  114  
Drugs: Treatment: Lavender Hill Education Project (includes publications)
  114  
Drugs: Trials (includes publications)
  114  
Drugs: Trials Roundtable (includes publications)
  115  
Drugs: Trials Roundtable Sign Up Sheet
  115  
*Drugs: Trimetrexate (includes publications) - not microfilmed
  115  
Economics (includes publications)
  115  
Editorials (includes publications)
  115  
*Education (includes publications) - not microfilmed
  115  
Education (includes publications)
  115  
Education (includes publications)
  115  
Education Department
  115  
Education: Fiscal Year 1986, CDC/RFP
  115  
*Education: Literature (includes publications) - not microfilmed
  115  
Education: PHS Response
  115  
Education in Schools (includes publications)
  115  
Education: Surveys
  115  
Educational Materials (includes publications)
  115  
Educational Materials
  115  
Epidemiology
  115  
Epidemiology
  115  
Epidemiology: Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report Supplements
  115  
Epidemiology: Statistics
  115  
Epidemiology: Surveillance
  115  
Epidemiology: Surveillance
  115  
Epidemiology: Surveillance
  115  
Epidemiology: Surveillance
  115  
Epidemiology: Surveillance
  115  
Epidemiology: Surveillance
  115  
*Epidemiology: Surveillance (includes publications)-not microfilmed
  115  
Epidemiology: Surveillance Definition (CDC)
  115  
Fair Employment
  115  
Family Issues (includes publications)
  115  
FDA Meeting, August 14 (includes publications)
  115  
FDA October 11 Action (includes publications)
  115  
FDA Regulations, April (includes publications)
  115  
FDA Regulations, May
  115  
FDA Regulations (includes publications)
  115  
Federal Legislative Report (NGLTF)
  115  
Federal Personnel Manual System: AIDS in the Workplace
  115  
Federal Policies and Response (includes publications)
  115  
Federal Response/Reagan Administration (includes publications)
  115  
Film, Movie Still, Clippings, Chicago Resource Center Files (includes publications)
  115  
Filmfest (includes publications)
  115  
Fiscal Year 1989 Appropriations
  115  
Frauds (includes publications)
  116  
Funding
  116  
Funding
  116  
Funding (includes publications)
  116  
Funding (includes publications)
  116  
Funding
  116  
Funding (includes publications)
  116  
Funding
  116  
Funding
  116  
Funding (includes publications)
  116  
Funding Comparison
  116  
Funding Fiscal Year 1988 Worksheets
  116  
Funding, Municipal
  116  
Funding: NGTF Testimony
  116  
Funding: NGTF Testimony
  116  
Funding: NGTF Testimony
  116  
Funding: NGTF Testimony
  116  
Funding, Private
  116  
Funding, State
  116  
Funding Survey
  116  
*Fundraising (includes publications) - not microfilmed
  116  
Fundraising: American Gay Film Tour (includes publications)
  116  
Fundraising: New Boston Group
  116  
*Fundraising: New Boston Group - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  116  
*Fundraising: New Boston Group Comment Report - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  116  
*Fundraising: New Boston Group Mailing List - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  116  
Funeral Industry (includes publications)
  116  
Funerals (includes publications)
  116  
*Gallo, Robert (includes publications) - not microfilmed
  116  
Gay Men
  116  
Gay/Lesbian and AIDS Organizations Roundtable (includes publications)
  116  
Gay Men's Health Crisis
  116  
Gay Men's Health Crisis: "The State of AIDS in New York"
  116  
Government: California (includes publications)
  116  
Government: San Francisco, California (includes publications)
  116  
Government: CDC (Centers for Disease Control)
  116  
Government: CDC Surveillance
  116  
Government: CDC Surveillance
  116  
Government: CDC Surveillance
  116  
Government: Congress
  116  
Government: Congress
  116  
Government: Congressional Testimony (includes publications)
  116  
Government: Congressional Testimony
  116  
Government: Correspondence
  116  
Government: Department of Defense, General (includes publications)
  116  
Government: Documents, Federal
  116  
Government: FDA (Food and Drug Administration)
  116  
Government: HCFA (Health Care Financing Administration)
  116  
Government: HHS (Health and Human Services) (includes publications)
  116  
Government: Hill/Burton Hospitals
  116  
Government: NCI (National Cancer Institute)
  117  
Government: NIAID (National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases)
  117  
Government: NIH (National Institutes of Health) (includes publications)
  117  
Government: NIMH (National Institute of Mental Health)
  117  
Government: New York City
  117  
Government: New York City
  117  
Government: New York City Department of Health
  117  
Government: New York State (includes publications)
  117  
Government: New York State
  117  
Government: "Politics of Prevention: Science Takes a Time Out"
  117  
Government: Restrictive Legislation
  117  
*Graphics (includes publications) - not microfilmed
  117  
*Haiti (includes publications) - not microfilmed
  117  
Harvard AIDS Institute
  117  
Hate Literature
  117  
Health: AIDS: Government Reaction (includes publications)
  117  
Health: AIDS: Pediatric (Children) (includes publications)
  117  
Health: AIDS: Public Reaction (includes publications)
  117  
Health: AIDS: Research Leads (includes publications)
  117  
Health: AIDS: Research Leads (includes publications)
  117  
Health: AIDS: Research Leads (includes publications)
  117  
Health: AIDS: Research Leads
  117  
*Health: AIDS: Rock Hudson (includes publications) - not microfilmed
  117  
Health: AIDS: San Francisco AIDS Foundation
  117  
*Health: AIDS: Shelters (includes publications) - not microfilmed
  117  
Health: AIDS: States: Arkansas (includes publications)
  117  
Health: AIDS: States: Connecticut
  117  
Health: AIDS: Testimony
  117  
Health Care
  117  
Health Care
  117  
Health Care (includes publications)
  117  
Health Care Costs (Other Organizations and Articles)
  117  
Health Care Costs (NGTF)
  117  
Health Care Reform (includes publications)
  117  
Health Care Reform (includes publications)
  117  
Health Care Workers
  117  
Health Care Setting: Hospital Workers (includes publications)
  117  
Hospitals (Testing of Patients) (includes publications)
  117  
Health Care Settings: Nursing Homes (includes publications)
  117  
Health Care System (includes publications)
  117  
Health Care Workers (includes publications)
  118  
Health Care Workers (includes publications)
  118  
Health Care Workers: Presidential Commission on the HIV Epidemic
  118  
Health Care Workers: Restrictions
  118  
*Health, General Clippings - not microfilmed
  118  
Health Planning
  118  
Healthy People 2000 Information
  118  
Healthy People 2000 (includes publications)
  118  
Healthy People 2000 Youth
  118  
Helms Amendment (S. 1220), October (includes publications)
  118  
Helms Amendment (includes publications)
  118  
Helms Amendment: Education Materials
  118  
Hemophiliacs (includes publications)
  118  
*Hemophilia (includes publications) - not microfilmed
  118  
Hepatitis B: Delta Agent (includes publications)
  118  
*Heterosexuals (includes publications) - not microfilmed
  118  
HHS (Human Health Services): Health Care Financing Administration: Davis Meeting, October 18 (includes publications)
  118  
HHS: Health Care Financing Administration: General
  118  
HHS: Heckler/HTLV-3 Announcement (includes publications)
  118  
HHS: Heckler Meeting, December 4
  118  
HHS: Louis Sullivan (includes publications)
  118  
HHS: Office for Civil Rights
  118  
HHS: Public Meetings Notice
  118  
HHS: Research Activities
  118  
HRSA: Health Resources and Services Administration
  118  
HIV Frontline Forum
  118  
HIV Tests
  118  
HIV Testing, Mandatory
  118  
HIV Testing: Mandatory Testing of Rapists (includes publications)
  118  
*Home Test Kits (includes publications) - not microfilmed
  118  
Homelessness
  118  
*Homophobia: Clippings - not microfilmed
  118  
Hospital Testing (includes publications)
  118  
Housing (includes publications)
  118  
Housing: AIDS Opportunities Act
  118  
Housing: Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988 (includes publications)
  118  
Housing, General (includes publications)
  118  
Housing, Hardings (includes publications)
  118  
HTLV-III Testing (includes publications)
  118  
Hudson Institute Report
  118  
*Human Interest (includes publications) - not microfilmed
  118  
Immigration: Background/Press Clips (includes publications)
  118  
Immigration (includes publications)
  119  
Immigration (includes publications)
  119  
Immigration
  119  
Immigration: Legislation
  119  
Immigration: Legislation/Regulation (includes publications)
  119  
Immigration: Reports/Positions (includes publications)
  119  
Immigration: Reports/Positions (includes publications)
  119  
*Initiatives: Dannemeyer, November (includes publications) - not microfilmed
  119  
Initiatives: LaRouche Institute
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Insurance (includes publications)
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Job Corps
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Johnson, Magic (includes publications)
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Joseph, Representative Babette (PA)
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Kennedy, Edward: 10 Point Plan
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Kennedy, Edward: Health Bill
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Keystone Center: AIDS Vaccine Liability Project (includes publications)
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*Keystone Center: Client Interviews - not microfilmed
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Knights of Courage Poetry Society (includes publications)
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Koop, Everett (includes publications)
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Koop Report
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*Leadership (includes publications) - not microfilmed
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Legislation: Women
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Lesbian and Gay VOCAL (Voices of Color Against AIDS and for Life)
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Lesbian/Gay Civil Rights Roundtable Notes and Materials (includes publications)
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*Legislation: Exclusion from HIV/AIDS Education (SIECUS Report) (includes publications)--not microfilmed
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Lipinski, Representative William O.
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Max Levi Mailing
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Levi-Strauss
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Local: New York
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JoAnn Loulan
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Media: Clippings "Nicholas Wade"
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Medicaid (includes publications)
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Medicine: HTLV-3 (includes publications)
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Mental Health: Background Material for Apuzzo's May Presentation (includes publications)
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Mental Health
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Mental Health: May Symposium
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Military: Security Clearance (includes publications)
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Campaign for Military Service
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Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (JAMA) January 11, 1985 Issue Working Materials (includes publications)
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Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report March 14, Issue Working Materials
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Name Reporting/Partner Notification (includes publications)
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National AIDS Lobby Days
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Names Project (includes publications)
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National Academy of Sciences
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National Academy of Sciences (includes publications)
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National AIDS Commission (includes publications)
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National Commission on AIDS (includes publications)
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National Commission on AIDS Executive Summary/Reports
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National Commission on AIDS (includes publications)
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National AIDS Network
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NAPO (National AIDS Programs Office)
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NAPO Mailing
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NAPAS (National Association of Protection and Advocacy Systems) (includes publications)
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National Congress of American Indians
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NGLTF Policy Papers
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NIAID Cohort Study (includes publications)
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NIAID Cohort Study
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NIAID
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National Lawyers Guild AIDS Network (includes publications)
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National Leadership Coalition on AIDS (includes publications)
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NORA (National Organizations Responding to AIDS): Letter to President-elect Bush
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*NORA (includes publications) - not microfilmed
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NORA
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NORA
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Native Americans
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New York: Health Care
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New York/New Jersey: Citizen's Commission on AIDS
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Neuropsychological Impact (includes publications)
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Opera
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Organizations: Howard Brown Memorial Clinic
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Organizations: National AIDS Vigil (includes publications)
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Organizations: NGTF Social Services Handbook Working Materials
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*Organizations: NGHEF: Denver Conference List of Participants - not microfilmed
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Organizations: National Leadership Coalition on AIDS (includes publications)
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Organizations: NORA (National Organizations Responding to AIDS
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Organizations: PWA (People with AIDS)
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Organizations: Public Health Service: Correspondence with State and Territorial Health Officers
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Organizations: Public Health Service: AIDS Education Plan
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Organizations: San Diego AIDS Project
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Organizations: Seattle Gay Men's Health Group and Trust
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Organizations: U.S. Conference of Local Health Officers
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Organizations: Women's(includes publications)
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Organizing Tools
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Originals: Illegal Activity
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Origins (includes publications)
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Orphans (includes publications)
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Orphan Drug Act
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Overlooked Opinions, Inc. (November 8)
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Parallel Track Policy Statement
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Pending Fundraisers
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People of Color, Study on AZT and
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People with AIDS
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Pittsburgh
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Polls
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Poppers
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Premarital Testing (includes publications)
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Presidential Candidate Questionnaires
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Presidential Commission on the HIV Epidemic: Urvashi Vaid's Draft Recommendations for Final Report
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Presidential Commission on the HIV Epidemic: NGLTF Statements
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Presidential Commission on the HIV Epidemic
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Presidential Commission on the HIV Epidemic (includes publications)
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Presidential Commission on the HIV Epidemic: Statements
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1992 Presidential Election
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Prevention: Guidelines
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Prevention: Programs
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Prevention: Prophylactic
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Prevention: Risk/Reduction Update
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Prevention: Safer Sex Committee (includes publications)
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Prevention: San Francisco (includes publications)
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Prevention: "Worried Well"
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*Prisoners: AIDS and the Law "Prisons," by Urvashi Vaid - not microfilmed
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Prisoners: General Information (includes publications)
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Prisoners: General Information (includes publications)
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Prisoners: Hearings, AIDS in the Criminal Justice System, October 15-16 (includes publications)
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Prisoners: National Institutes of Health Advisory Board
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Prisoners: National Prison Project
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Prisoners: Oversight Hearings on AIDS in the D.C. Corrections System
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Public Health Service (includes publications)
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Public Health Service: Brandt Meeting, November 5
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Public Health Service: Budgets (includes publications)
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Public Health Service: Bulletins (Working Materials)
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Public Health Service: Centers for Disease Control: Education
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Public Health Service: Centers for Disease Control: Helms Amendment
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Public Health Service: Centers for Disease Control: Minority Conference
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Public Health Service: Coolfont Report
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Public Health Service: Dr. Curran Memoranda and Response, HTLV-3 Testing, July 20
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Public Health Service: Miscellaneous
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Public Health Service: Forms
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Public Health Service: Koop, Everett (includes publications)
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Public Health Service: Mason Meeting, October 31
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Public Health Service: NIAID
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Public Health Service: NIH: Anthony Fauci
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Public Health Service: NIH: Fauci Agreement re: AIDS Trials: Minorities and Women
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*Public Health Service: Response - not microfilmed
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Public Health Service: Response (includes publications)
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Public Health Service: Testing Conference
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Publications (includes publications)
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Quarantine (includes publications)
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Texas Quarantine (includes publications)
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Questions About Mandatory Testing (NGLTF) (includes publications)
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Reagan, President Ronald
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Refusal to Provide Medical Care (includes publications)
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AIDS Roundtable, August 28
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Safer Sex (includes publications)
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San Francisco, California
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Schools
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Sex Survey (includes publications)
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SSA (Social Security Administration)
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SSA: "Analysis of State Medicaid Program Characteristics, 1984"
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SSA: Correspondence
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SSA: Definition
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SSA: Documents: Disability Definition and Publications
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SSA: Disability Evaluation
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SSA: Presumptive Disability
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SSA: Documents: Presumptive Disability, District Offices, March 19
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SSA: Documents
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SSA: Evaluation Documents
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SSA: Exclusion from Deferral of Nondisability Development
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SSA: General
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SSA: Miscellaneous
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SSA: NGTF AIDS Advisory, May 29
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SSA: NGTF AIDS Advisory Originals, May 29
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SSA: NGTF Originals
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SSA: New Material for Revised Guide to Benefits (includes publications)
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SSA: Originals
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SSA: Region II/New York State Documents
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SSA: Revised List of Impairments, 1989 (advance copy)
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SSA: Revision of Guide to Benefits (includes publications)
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SSA: Survey Report, August
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SSA: Survey Results Summary
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SSA: Survey, Spring
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SSA: Ted Weiss Letter to Health and Human Services
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State Department
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Substance Abuse (includes publications)
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Support Statements
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Surveys (includes publications)
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T-Shirt Orders
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Ten Years of AIDS: Report from the Front (includes publications)
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HTLV-3 Test: New Jersey Testimony, May 15 (includes publications)
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Testimonies
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Testing, Marital (includes publications)
  128  
Testing, Miscellaneous
  128  
Testing, Miscellaneous (includes publications)
  128  
Testing Packet, Original (includes publications)
  128  
Testing: State Department
  128  
Town Meeting
  128  
AIDS Transition Paper
  128  
*Transmission (includes publications) - not microfilmed
  128  
Treatment (includes publications)
  128  
Treatment: AIDS Treatment Activist Conference
  128  
Tuberculosis and HIV
  128  
Tuscon AIDS Project
  128  
Union Pacific Corporation
  128  
Unions (includes publications)
  128  
United States Commission on Civil Rights (includes publications)
  128  
United States Commission on Civil Rights
  128  
U.S. Conference of Mayors' Policy Statement
  128  
Vaccine Trials (includes publications)
  128  
Weiss, Ted
  128  
West Virginia Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights
  128  
"What You Should Know about AIDS"
  128  
White/Benton "Cocktails with Jeff," March 5 [RESTRICTED]
  128  
White House Response (President Ronald Reagan) (includes publications)
  128  
White House Response (President George Bush) (includes publications)
  128  
Women (includes publications)
  128  
Women (includes publications)
  128  
Women: AIDS Definition
  128  
*Women: Women's Health: The Action Agenda - not microfilmed
  128  
Workplace Initiative (includes publications)
  128  
Workplace Initiative Proposal
  128  
*World AIDS Day - not microfilmed
  128  
World Health Organization (includes publications)
  128  
World Health Organization
  128  
World Health Organization
  128  
*Youth (includes publications) - not microfilmed
  128  
Youth (includes publications)
 
AIDS Project: Presidential Commission on the HIV Epidemic [subseries]:
  129  
Preliminary Report
  129  
Interim Recommendations and HRCF Comments (Human Rights Campaign Board)
  129  
Research Hearings (NYC), February 18-20 and Publications ( in folders 4 and 5)
  129  
Hearings on Education and Partner Notification, March 1-3
  129  
Hearings on Discrimination, Ethics and Testing, March 16-18
  129  
Hearings on the Western States Response, March 24-25
  129  
Visit to San Francisco General Hospital, March 25
  129  
Hearings on the Societal and Legal Issues, April 5-6
  129  
International Hearings, April 18-20
  129  
Financing the Cost of the HIV Epidemic
  129  
Hearings on the Safety of the Blood Supply, May 8
  129  
Overview of the Private Sector, May 10
  129  
Hearings on Health Care Worker Safety, May 11
 
AIDS Project: Presidential Commission on the HIV Epidemic: Dr. Frank Lilly [subseries]:
  130  
*San Francisco AIDS Foundation Visit - not microfilmed
  130  
Hearings on Societal and Legal Issues, April 5-6 (includes publications)
  130  
International Hearings, April 18-20 (includes publications)
  130  
Overview of the Private Sector, May 10 (includes publications)
  130  
Overview of the Private Sector, May 10
  130  
Hearings, May 16-18 (includes publications) (in folders 13-15, 20-22); Private Info in 19, 20, 22
 
AIDS Project: Publications [subseries]:
  131  
*American Foundation for AIDS Research. AIDS/HIV Experimental Treatment Directory. New York: AmFAR, 1989 - not microfilmed
  131  
*American Foundation for AIDS Research. AIDS/HIV Experimental Treatment Directory. New York: AmFAR, 1990 - not microfilmed
  131  
AIDS Treatment Activist Conference, November 10-11 (includes publications)
  131  
Art Against AIDS (includes publications)
  131  
Centers for Disease Control Direct Funding of Minority and Other Community-Based Organizations, Meeting of External Consultants
  131  
Congress of the United States, Office of Technology Assessment. Medical Testing and Health Insurance. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1991.
  131  
Congress of the United States, Office of Technology Assessment. Medical Testing and Health Insurance Summary. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1988.
  131  
Congress of the United States, Office of Technology Assessment. Biology, Medicine, and the Bill of Rights. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1988.
  131  
*Eggan, Fred. Your Life Story by Someone Else. Chicago, IL: Editorial Coqui, 1989 - not microfilmed
  131  
Families USA Foundation. Emergency! Rising Health Costs in America. Washington, D.C.: Families USA Foundation, 1990.
  131  
Families USA Foundation. Health Spending: The Growing Threat to the Family Budget. Washington, D.C.: Families USA Foundation, 1991.
  131  
Families USA Foundation. To The Rescue: Toward Solving America's Health Cost Crisis. Washington, D.C.: Families USA Foundation, 1990.
  131  
Federal Response to AIDS: Hearings before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Government Operations House of Representatives, August 1-2
  131  
Gay Men's Health Crisis
  131  
*Gay Men's Health Crisis Intervention and Buddy Training Manual - not microfilmed
  131  
Gay Men's Health Crisis Information Packet (includes publications)
  131  
*Gay Men's Health Crisis Pilot Project in AIDS Public Information and Education and Publications - not microfilmed
  131  
Government of the District of Columbia. D.C. Office of Human Rights Information Packet
  131  
*Greenwich House. AIDS Education for Substance Abusers. New York: Greenwich House, 1988 - not microfilmed
  131  
Healthy People 2000. Healthy Youth 2000: National Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Objectives for Adolescents. Chicago: American Medical Association, 1990.
  131  
Healthy People 2000. NAHPNet Directory (Professionals in Adolescent Health Promotion Network). Chicago: American Medical Association, n.d.
  131  
HIV-Related Discrimination Prevention and Resolution: A Public Health Service Invitational Workshop, December 6-8 (includes publications)
  131  
HIV/AIDS and the American Indian Male Conference Materials, March 4-8 (includes publications)
  131  
*Horton, Jacqueline A., ScD, Editor. The Women's Health Data Book. Washington, D.C.: Jacobs Institute for Women's Health, 1992 - not microfilmed
  131  
*Hunter, Joyce and Robert Schaecher. "Lesbian and Gay Youth." Planning to Live: Evaluating and Treating Suicidal Teens in Community Settings - not microfilmed
  131  
Information Packet on S. 1220 (AIDS Research and Education Authorization Bill) (includes publications in folders 26, 27)
  131  
Intergovernmental Health Policy Project, George Washington University. A Synopsis of State AIDS Laws Enacted During the 1983-1987 Legislative Sessions. Washington, D.C.: Intergovernmental Health Policy Project, 1988 (includes publications)
  131  
Intergovernmental Health Policy Project, George Washington University. Synopsis of State AIDS Related Legislation (January-July 1987). Washington, D.C.: Intergovernmental Health Policy Project, n.d.
  131  
Intergovernmental Health Policy Project, George Washington University. Summary of AIDS Laws from the 1987 Legislative Sessions. Washington, D.C.: Intergovernmental Health Policy Project, 1988.
  131  
Intergovernmental Health Policy Project, George Washington University. A Synopsis of State AIDS Related Legislation (Through February 1988). Washington, D.C.: Intergovernmental Health Policy Project, n.d.
  131  
Intergovernmental Health Policy Project, George Washington University. Executive Summary and Analysis: AIDS and Discrimination-"A Review of State Laws that Affect HIV Infection. Washington, D.C.: Intergovernmental Health Policy Project, 1989.
  131  
Intergovernmental Health Policy Project, George Washington University. Individual State Summaries: AIDS and Discrimination-"A Review of State Laws that Affect HIV Infection. Washington, D.C.: Intergovernmental Health Policy Project, 1989
  131  
Items from NGTF Display Booth (includes publications)
  131  
*Items from NGTF Display Booth (includes publications) - not microfilmed
  132  
Keystone Center. Keystone AIDS Vaccine Liability Project Final Report. Keystone, CO: Keystone Center, 1990.
  132  
*Lang, Jennifer, R.N., M.N., F.N.P., Judith Spiegel, M.P.H., Stephen Strigle, B.S., CT (ASCP). Living with AIDS: A Self-Care Manual. Los Angeles: AIDS Project/Los Angeles, n.d. - not microfilmed
  132  
L.A. Cares Information Packet (includes publications)
  132  
National Council of Community Mental Health Centers Miscellaneous Publications
  132  
National Leadership Coalition on AIDS Annual Membership Meeting Materials, November 16
  132  
NCLA (National Leadership Coalition on AIDS). "Business and Labor Speak Out." Washington, D.C.: NLCA, n.d.
  132  
NCLA (National Leadership Coalition on AIDS). "A Concept, A Program, A Future." Washington, D.C.: NLCA, n.d.
  132  
NCLA (National Leadership Coalition on AIDS). "A Private Sector Leadership Response to the Challenges of AIDS." Washington, D.C.: NLCA, n.d.
  132  
National Lesbian and Gay Health Conference
  132  
National Organizations Responding to AIDS. The AIDS Federal Policy Act H.R. 5142 Briefing Book. Washington, D.C.: NORA, 1988.
  132  
New York City Commission on Human Rights, AIDS Discrimination Unit
  132  
Oregon Task Force on Pregnancy and Substance Abuse. A Right Start: Drug-Free Mothers for Healthy Babies. Oregon: Oregon Task Force on Pregnancy and Substance Abuse, 1990.
  132  
Professional Management Associates. Compendium of Federal AIDS-Related Activities. Rockville, MD: Professional Management Associates, 1988
  132  
Prevention and Beyond: A Framework for Collective Action, A National Conference on HIV Infection and AIDS Among Racial and Ethnic Minorities, August 13-17
  132  
Public Health Services. Action Plan for Women's Health. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 1991.
  132  
*Remafedi, Gary, MD, MPH; James Farrow, MD and Robert Deisher, MD. "Risk Factors for Attempted Suicide in Gay and Bisexual Youth." Pediatrics 87: 6 (June 1991): 869-875 - not microfilmed
  132  
*Safer Sex Pamphlets and Publications - not microfilmed
  132  
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. The State of Fair Housing. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, 1989.
 
AIDS Project: World AIDS Day, 1989 [subseries]:
  133  
List of NGTF Files
  133  
Canadian AIDS/Gay Groups
  133  
Media
  133  
*Address/Phone List - not microfilmed
  133  
Media: Flyer/Advertisement
  133  
Police/Demonstration Permit
  133  
*Information Packet Mailing List - not microfilmed
  133  
Rally
  133  
Arrests
  133  
Participant Packet
  133  
Fax Numbers
  133  
*Housing - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  133  
Support Volunteers/Plan
  133  
Local Organizing Committee
  133  
*Local Organizing Committee Contact Information - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  133  
*Addresses - not microfilmed
  133  
Conference Call Notes
  133  
"A Call to Action" Working Materials
  133  
Theme
  133  
Letter to Executive Directors
  133  
Activist Outreach
  133  
*Media: Clippings - not microfilmed
  133  
Media: Press Packet to Newsday
  133  
*Eve Faber's Computer Disks - not microfilmed
  133  
Correspondence/Memoranda
  133  
Church Space
  133  
Information for Support Form
  133  
*Information for Support Forms/Participant Information--not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
 
AIDS Project: Publications [subseries]:
  190  
*AIDS Action Council. The HIV Epidemic: A Plan for the Future. Washington, D.C.: AIDS Action Council, 1987 - not microfilmed
  190  
American Civil Liberties Union. AIDS: The Basic Documents. New York: ACLU, 1986 and Publications
  190  
American Public Health Association. Local Health Services: Crisis on the Front Line. Washington, D.C.: APHA, 1986.
  190  
Centers for Disease Control. Reports on AIDS Published in Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report June 1981-September 1985. Atlanta: CDC, 1985.
  190  
Fortune Magazine and Allstate Insurance. Business Response to AIDS.
  190  
General Accounting Office. Coping with AIDS in the GAO Workplace. Washington, D.C.: GAO, 1987.
  190  
HIV/AIDS Policy Committee. The AIDS Epidemic: Policy Recommendations for Oregon's Response.
  190  
*Institute of Medicine. Confronting AIDS. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, 1988 - not microfilmed
  190  
Interagency Task Force on AIDS. New York City: Strategic Plan for AIDS.
  190  
Intergovernmental Health Policy Project, George Washington University. A Comparative Review of State-Only Expenditures for AIDS-"Major Trends, Fiscal Years 1983-1988. Washington, D.C.: Intergovernmental Health Policy Project, 1987.
  190  
3rd International Conference on AIDS, Abstracts Volume
  190  
4th International Conference on AIDS, List of Participants
  190  
4th International Conference on AIDS, Book 1
  190  
4th International Conference on AIDS, Book 2
  190  
Mayor's Interagency Task Force on AIDS. AIDS. Washington, D.C.: Mayor's Interagency Task Force on AIDS, 1988
  190  
*National Journal. The Capital Source. Washington, D.C.: National Journal, 1988 - not microfilmed
  190  
Office of Technology Assessment. AIDS and Health Insurance. Washington, D.C.: OTA, 1988.
  190  
Office of Technology Assessment. Review of The Public Health Services Response to AIDS. Washington, D.C.: OTA, 1985
  190  
United States Conference of Mayors. Local AIDS Policies.
  190  
United States Conference of Mayors. Local Policies in Response to AIDS and HTLV-III/LAV Infection.
  190  
*Urban Resources (Cincinnati Edition) - not microfilmed
 
Anti-Violence Project: Administration [subseries]:
  46  
Anti-Violence Roundtable: Documentation Workshop
  46  
Anti-Violence Roundtable: Registration
  46  
Board Meeting Materials
  46  
Budget
  46  
Campus Project
  46  
Computer Information
  46  
Computer Information
  295  
Correspondence and reports
  46  
Creating Change: Campus Organizing Institute: Comments/Evaluations
  46  
Creating Change: Anti-Violence Roundtable
  46  
Creating Change
  46  
*Campus Project/Anti-Violence Project Intern Evaluations - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  46  
Crisisline Training Information
  46  
Development
  46  
Expense Reports
  46  
Ford Foundation
  46  
*Grassroots Organizer Search: Resumes - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  46  
Membership Brochure
  46  
Monthly Phone Log
  46  
Monthly Notes
  46  
Monthly Notes: January-October
  46  
Narrative on Anti-Violence Project
  46  
Press Releases (NGLTF and Other Organizations)
  46  
Program Committee: Evaluation of Anti-Violence Project
  46  
Staff Reports
  46  
Staff Reports
  46  
Staff Reports
  46  
Staff Reports
  46  
Staff Reports
  46  
Strategic Planning
  46  
Strategic Planning
  46  
*Strategic Planning: Complete Worksheets - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  46  
Strategic Planning Committee
  46  
Threshold Foundation
  46  
Youth Empowerment and Advocacy Project
  46  
Chelsea Gay Association Anti-Gay Violence Hotline
 
Anti-Violence Project: Press Releases [subseries]:
  46  
New York State Senate Special Task Force on Vandalism, Religious Desecration and Other Acts of Bigotry Refuses to Examine Anti-Gay Bigotry
  46  
NGTF Documents Epidemic of Anti-Gay/Lesbian Violence
  46  
NGTF at Federal Hearings on Police Misconduct, Family Violence
  46  
NGTF Urges Support for Statewide Independent Civilian Review Records
  46  
NGTF Survey Indicates Widespread Anti-Gay/Lesbian Violence
  46  
U.S. Civil Rights Commission Responds to NGTF Lobbying on Violence
  46  
Government Sponsored Statement on Victim Rights Include Gay/Lesbian Concerns
  46  
Anti-Gay Violence and Harassment Widespread in 1985
  46  
Congressional Hearing on Anti-Gay Violence To Be Held at NGTF's Request, Testimony Sought
  46  
NGLTF Releases New Publication on Anti-Gay Violence
  46  
NGLTF Violence Project Director Berrill Elected to NOVA Board; Violence Project Obtains $10,000 Grant
  46  
NGLTF Urges Government Action to Congressional Hearings on Anti-Gay Violence
  46  
Lesbian and Gay Concerns Represented at National Youth Suicide Conference
  46  
HRRC, NGLTF Announce AIDS Pocket Card for Police Officers
  46  
NGLTF Publishes White Paper on Anti-Gay/Lesbian Violence
  46  
Anti-Gay Violence Statistics Bill Introduced in U.S. House
  46  
American Bar Association Condemns Anti-Gay Violence; LLDEF and NGLTF Lobbying Key
  46  
NGLTF Documents Dramatic Increase in Anti-Gay/Lesbian Violence Reports
  46  
National Networking Meeting Planned on Lesbian and Gay Crime Victims
  46  
NGLTF Lobbying on Violence Leads to Federal Action; Justice Department, National Institute of Mental Health to Study Problem
  46  
CUAV, NGLTF Announce National Roundtable on Anti-Gay/Lesbian Violence During MOW Weekend
  46  
Hate Crime Statistics Bill Passes Subcommittee, Anti-Gay Amendment Defeated
  46  
Lesbian and Gay Issues Highlighted at Victim Assistance Conference, NGLTF Berrill Elected to NOVA Board
  46  
NGLTF Condemns U.S. Commission on Civil Rights' Resolution on Hate Crimes
  46  
House Passes Hate Crimes Act
  46  
ADL Model Statute Addresses Anti-Gay Violence
  46  
Reports of Anti-Gay/Lesbian Incidents Reach Record High in 1987
  46  
NGLTF Lobbying Leads to Funding for Major Justice Department Research Project on Hate Crimes
  46  
Hate Crimes Bill Not Brought to Senate Floor; Helms Attempts Anti-Gay Amendment
  46  
Anti-Gay Violence in U.S. Widespread in 1988
  46  
NGLTF Requests Community-Wide Documentation of Harassment/Violence Arising After "Midnight Caller" Show
  46  
Widespread Condemnation for Dallas Judge Hampton; Judicial Hearings set for January 13
  46  
Press Conference To Be Held on Historic Lawsuit Against Skinheads
  46  
NGLTF Challenges Dannemeyer on Federal Youth Suicide Report
  46  
NGLTF Issues Progress Report on 101st Congress
  46  
NGLTF Announces 48 Workshops at Creating Change
  46  
NGLTF Receives Record-Breaking Bequest
  46  
Count and Counter Hate Crimes: Explanation of Campaign
  46  
Count and Counter Hate Crimes: Suggested Activities
 
Anti-Violence Project: NGLTF Publications Working Materials [subseries]:
  47  
Media Coverage: NGLTF Anti-Violence Packet
  47  
Official Statements on Anti-Gay Violence: Source Material Included in Report
  47  
Violence Report Clippings
  47  
Domestic Partnership Clippings Packet
  47  
Lesbian Counseling Packet
  47  
Private Sector Clippings Packet
  47  
Anti-Gay/Lesbian Violence, Victimization and Defamation in 1991
  47  
Bias Crime Legislation Drafts
  47  
Countering Anti-Gay Violence Through Legislation
  48  
Violence Booklet: "Let's Deal with Violence," by Lance Bradley and Tamar Hosanky
  48  
Creating an Anti-Violence Project
  48  
Crime Avoidance Information
  48  
Crime Avoidance Materials (originals)
  48  
Crime Avoidance Information
  48  
Dealing with the Criminal Justice System
  48  
Discrimination Survey Results (original)
  48  
Discrimination Packet
  48  
Documentation Forms (other groups)
  48  
Domestic Partnership Manual Contents (draft)
  48  
Domestic Partners/Non-Traditional Family Recognition Campus Benefits Policies 1990 Survey
  48  
Generic Gay/Lesbian Campus Organization Handbook (with ACUI)
  48  
Legislation Packet
  48  
Making Injustice Visible: Documenting Bias Motivated Episodes
  48  
Organizing Manual
  48  
Organizing Manual Appendices (originals)
  48  
Personal and Community Safety
  48  
Lobbying Packet
  48  
Police Abuse/Entrapment Packets
  48  
Profiles of Anti-Violence Projects (originals)
  48  
Profiles of Anti-Violence Projects
  48  
Revisions of 1991 Victimization/Incident Tally Sheets
  48  
Violence Booklet: "Anti-Gay Violence: Causes, Consequences, Responses"
  48  
Violence Booklet: "Let's Deal With Violence," by Lance Bradley and Tamar Hosanky
  48  
Violence Booklet: "Let's Deal With Violence" (draft three)
  48  
Violence Booklet: "Let's Deal With Violence"
  48  
Violence Booklet: "Dealing With Violence"
  48  
Violence Report
  49  
*Back Up Computer Diskettes - not microfilmed
 
Anti-Violence Project: Correspondence [subseries]:
  50  
January-May
  50  
October-December
  50  
July-September
  50  
April-June
  50  
December-March
  50  
June-September
  50  
January-May
  50  
November-December
  50  
August-October
  50  
April-July
  50  
January-March
  50  
October-December
  50  
July-September
  50  
April-June
  50  
January-March
  50  
October-December
  50  
August-September
  50  
June-July
  50  
May
  50  
March-April
  50  
January-February
  51  
October-December
  51  
July-October
  51  
April-June
  51  
February-March
  51  
December-January
  51  
August-October
  51  
April-July
  51  
December-March
  51  
July-November
  51  
December-June
  51  
June-November
  51  
March-may
  51  
October-February
  51  
March
  51  
Hate Mail
  51  
Campus Project
  51  
Campus Project
  51  
Campus Project
 
Anti-Violence Project: Lobbying: General Lobbying Files [subseries]:
  52  
California Attorney General's Office's Study of Bias Crime
  52  
Center for Women Policy Studies
  52  
Congressional Record Special Order: "Gay Rights Weekend in Washington, D.C."
  52  
Contacting Your Legislator by Letter, Phone, or Telegram
  52  
Hampton, Judge Jack
  52  
State Hate Crime Initiatives Bias Legislation, State Collection, etc.
  52  
Hate Crime Training and Implementation Initiatives
  52  
Kowalski, Sharon
  52  
Leadership Conference Education Fund
  52  
Leadership Conference on Civil Rights: 100th Congress Voting Records
  52  
NOW Montgomery County "Lesbian Survey Report"
  52  
Lobbying: Legal Service Corporation Appropriations
  52  
Lobbying: Victims of Crime Act
  52  
Lobbying: Victims of Crime Act: Passage and Reauthorization
  52  
Lobbying: General Information
  52  
Lobbying: Immigration Legalization Provision
  52  
Lobbying: Immigration Exclusion and Deportation Amendments of 1987
  52  
Lobbying: National Institute of Mental Health/National Institute of Justice Lobby Effort
  52  
Lobbying: Bork Nomination to Supreme Court
  52  
Lobbying: NOW and Lesbian and Gay Rights Legislation Pending Before Congress
  52  
Lobbying: National Institute of Justice
  52  
Lobbying: Democratic Study Group
  52  
Lobbying: Lobbying Commission on Domestic Partnership Benefits for D.C. Government Employees Establishment Act
  52  
Lobbying: Armstrong Amendment
  52  
Lobbying: People for the American Way, Report on Legislative Activities
  52  
Lobbying: Skinheads
  52  
Lobbying: ACLU
  52  
Lobbying: Foreign Communications Free Trade Act of 1989
  52  
Lobbying: National Lodge, Fraternal Order of Police
  52  
Lobbying: ADL of B'nai B'rith
  52  
William Lucas Nomination (Justice Department, Civil Rights Division)
  52  
Maryland NOW: MD Anti-Lesbian/Gay Violence and Discrimination Documentation Project
  52  
*Address Lists: National Institute of Justice (Violence Projects) Meeting - not microfilmed
  52  
National Endowment for the Arts
  52  
NOVA Minority Victimization Information
  52  
NOVA Victim Rights Information
  52  
NOVA Committee on Lesbian/Gay Victims
  52  
New York City Commission on Human Rights
  52  
New York State Crime Victims Board
  52  
New York State Division of Human Rights
  52  
New York State Governor's Task Force on Bias-Related Violence
  52  
New York Victim Service Agency
  52  
Parents of Murdered Children
  52  
Sunny von Bulow National Victim Advocacy Center
  52  
Walker, Vaughn Nomination (Federal Judgeship in San Francisco)
  52  
White Paper on Anti-Gay Violence Submitted to Governor Cuomo
  52  
Youth Suicide
  52  
White Patriot Party
 
Anti-Violence Project: Lobbying: Civil Rights [subseries]:
  53  
Support: District of Columbia Model, Human Rights Act of 1977
  53  
Support: "Political Suicide"
  53  
Support: Religious
  53  
Support: Professional
  53  
Support: Discrimination
  53  
H.R.816/S.443: An Act Concerning Crimes and Punishments, Prohibiting Sexual Acts
  53  
National March for Lesbian and Gay Rights
  53  
Maryland Sodomy Reform: 1987 Legislative Session
  53  
Minnesota Sodomy Reform: 1987 Legislative Session
  53  
HRHAC (Human Resources and Human Relations Advisory Committee) Public Hearing, August 12
  53  
Sexual Behavior and Statistics
  53  
Support: Baltimore
  53  
H.R.607: An Act Concerning Crimes and Punishments, Prohibiting Sexual Acts
  53  
Family Legislation: Family Protection Act (S.345)
  53  
Federal Legislation: Guardianship Bill
  53  
New Zealand AIDS Foundation: Submission to the Justice and Law Reform Select Committee on the New Zealand Bill of Rights Bill
  53  
H.R.1280: Amendment to the Immigration and Nationality Act
  53  
Support: American Bar Association
  53  
Miscellaneous
  53  
S.47 Civil Rights Amendment Act of 1989
  53  
Canada
  53  
S.5 Childcare
  53  
Civil Rights Handbook: California Attorney General's Office
  53  
Civil Rights: Clippings
  53  
Privacy/Civil Rights: Clippings
  53  
Civil Rights, Federal
  53  
S.574 Civil Rights Amendments Act of 1991
  53  
DOD Directive 1332.14 (Exclusion of Homosexuals from Armed Forces)
  53  
St. Paul, Minnesota: RAV v. City of St. Paul: Hate Crime Challenge (Cross-Burning Case)
  53  
St. Paul, Minnesota: RAV v. City of St. Paul: Hate Crime Challenge (Cross-Burning Case)
  53  
AIDS Testing
  53  
Oregon
  53  
Press Releases
  53  
Riverside, California
  53  
New Orleans, Louisiana
  53  
Privacy/Sodomy: Kentucky
  53  
Human Rights Campaign Fund: Federal Contributions: 1991-1992 Election Cycle
  53  
Support: Religious: Congregation for Doctors of Faith on Lesbian/Gay Civil Rights Legislation
  53  
Hawaii Youth Study
  53  
Anti-Gay Initiatives and State Civil Rights Bills for Gays and Lesbians
  53  
Members of Congress: Clippings
  53  
AIDS Legislation
  53  
New Jersey
  53  
Wood, Richard
  53  
Maryland
  53  
S.1150: Higher Education Funding
  53  
Support: Labor Groups
  53  
Statutes: City, State Reports
  53  
Lesbian Rights Project
  53  
Sodomy: Texas
  53  
Gay and Lesbian Rights Protections in the U.S.
 
Anti-Violence Project: Lobbying: Hate Crime Statistics Act [subseries]:
  54  
Lobbying
  54  
Law Enforcement Lenders
  54  
Lobbying
  54  
Lobbying: Fairness Fund
  54  
Lobbying: Senate
  54  
Full Committee Lobbying
  54  
Letter to Members re: Hate Crime Statistics Act
  54  
Hamilton Fishing Lobby
  54  
Consensus Letter, Organizations for Hate Crime Prevention
  54  
Lobbying Background Information
  54  
Committee Notes
  54  
Working Materials, September-December
  54  
Hate Crime Statistics Act
  54  
Bias Crime: Articles
  54  
Hate Crimes: Clippings
  54  
NGLTF Hate Crime Legislation Packet
  54  
Asian-American Supporters
  54  
Supporting Letters and Related Materials
  54  
NGLTF Press Releases
  54  
Hate Crime Statistics Act
  54  
Working Materials
  54  
Packet Working Materials
  54  
Support
  54  
Hate Crime Statistics Act
  54  
Congressional Records
  54  
Hate Crimes Statistics Act
  54  
Lobbying
  54  
ADL of B'nai B'rith: Neo-Nazi Skinheads
  54  
Vote Count
  54  
ADL of B'nai B'rith: Hate Crimes: Policies and Procedures for Law Enforcement Agencies
  54  
Lobbying Packets (NGLTF and American Jewish Congress)
  54  
Criminal Justice Statistics Association
  54  
Congress: Dear Colleague Letter
  54  
Testimony by Kevin Berrill
  54  
Attorney Generals' Letter
  54  
Misogyny
  54  
ADL
  54  
Press Release (not NGLTF)
  54  
Armstrong Amendment
  54  
Hate Crime Statistics Act
  54  
Copies of Bill
  54  
Opposition
  54  
ADL: Audit of Anti-Semitic Incidents
  54  
Federal/Legislative Official Letters
  54  
Hate Crime Statistics Act
  54  
Helms Amendment
  54  
Straight Media Coverage
  54  
Sexual Orientation Statistics
  54  
101st Congress: Committee Reports
  54  
Hate Crime Statistics Act of 1988 Published Proceedings
  54  
Coalition Letters
  54  
Hate Crime Statistics Act S.419
  54  
Lobbying Packet
  54  
Co-Sponsor List
  54  
Lobbying: Organizational Support
  54  
General Lobbying Information
  54  
National Prayer Network
  54  
Criminal Justice Statistics Association
  54  
NGLTF Bias Crime Legislation Packet
  54  
Congressional Support
  54  
NGLTF Federal Legislative Report
  54  
Hate Crime Statistics Act
  54  
Congressional Records
  54  
Supporters
  54  
Violence Against Women Act of 1990
  54  
Lesbian/Gay Public Awareness Project
  54  
Congressional Records
  54  
NGLTF Press Release re: Signing of Hate Crime Statistics Act
  54  
FBI Press Release re: Hate Crime Statistics Act
 
Anti-Violence Project: Legislation, by state [subseries]:
  55  
State Organizations
  55  
Alabama
  55  
Alaska
  55  
Arizona
  55  
Arizona
  55  
Arkansas
  55  
California
  55  
California
  55  
California: Pomona NAACP Uproar
  55  
California
  55  
Colorado: Colorado Gay and Lesbian Task Force
  55  
Connecticut
  55  
Connecticut
  55  
Delaware
  55  
District of Columbia: Sexual Assault Reform Act of 1981 and Related Memoranda, 1989
  55  
District of Columbia
  55  
District of Columbia
  55  
District of Columbia: Councilmember Wilhelmina Rolark/Sodomy Repeal Project
  55  
District of Columbia: Rape Crisis Center Letterhead and Brochures
  55  
District of Columbia: Appropriations
  55  
*District of Columbia: RPAC Mailing List, Endorsers - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  55  
District of Columbia: Rape Protections Act
  55  
Florida
  55  
Florida
  55  
Florida: AIDS Proposals
  55  
Florida: Privacy Legislation
  55  
Florida: Tampa
  55  
Florida
  55  
Georgia: Sodomy Legislation
  55  
Georgia
  55  
Idaho
  55  
Illinois
  55  
Illinois
  55  
Illinois
  55  
Illinois: AIDS Bill
  55  
Indiana
  55  
Indiana
  55  
Indiana
  55  
Iowa
  55  
Iowa
  55  
Iowa: Dubuque
  55  
Iowa: Civil Rights Bill
  55  
Kansas
  55  
Kentucky
  55  
Kentucky
  55  
Louisiana
  55  
Maine
  55  
Maine
  55  
Maryland
  55  
Maryland
  55  
Maryland, including Letter to Members
  55  
Maryland: Programs to Deal With Hate Crimes
  55  
Massachusetts
  55  
Massachusetts
  55  
Minnesota: Sodomy Reform, 1987 Legislative Session
  55  
Minnesota
  55  
Michigan
  55  
Michigan
  55  
Missouri
  55  
Missouri
  56  
Nebraska
  56  
Nevada
  56  
Nevada
  56  
New Hampshire
  56  
New Jersey
  56  
New Jersey
  56  
New York
  56  
New York
  56  
New York: List of Organizations in Support of A.2480-A, S-1928-A
  56  
Ohio
  56  
Oklahoma
  56  
Oregon
  56  
Pennsylvania
  56  
Pennsylvania
  56  
Texas
  56  
Texas
  56  
Vermont
  56  
Vermont
  56  
Virginia
  56  
Washington
  56  
West Virginia
  56  
West Virginia: House Amendments
  56  
Wisconsin
  56  
Wyoming
  56  
Federal
  56  
General
  56  
Australia: Anti-Vilification
 
Anti-Violence Project: Lobbying: Lobby Days [subseries]:
  57  
Lobbying Guidelines for Activists
  57  
Lobby Days
  57  
*Lobby Days Information - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  57  
Mailings
  57  
Press Release
  57  
Constituent Lobby Response Forms
  57  
Constituent Lobby Response Forms
  57  
U.S. Senate Legislative Summary
  57  
U.S. Senate Legislative Summary (originals)
  57  
Summary of House and Senate Records
  57  
Packet (originals)
  57  
*Briefing Paper and Participant Contact Information - not microfilmed [RESTRICTED]
  57  
March on Washington
  57  
Lobby Day
  57  
March on Washington: Briefing Paper
  57  
Legislation and Presidential Election
  57  
House Co-Sponsor Records, 100th Congress (originals)
  57  
House 100th Congress Voting Record
  57  
House Legislative Summary (originals)
  57  
Letters to Members re: 101st Congress
  57  
Pride
  57  
Lobby Days
  57  
Lobby Days (originals)
  57  
Lobby Days
  57  
Lobby Days
  57  
Press Release: Task Force Releases Year End Federal Legislative Report
  57  
Lobby Days
  57  
Federal Legislative Report
  57  
Lobby Day Participants
  57  
Voting Results from 101st Congress
  57  
Lobby Days
  57  
Senate 101st Congress Voting Records and Key
  57  
House 101st Congress Voting Records and Key
  57  
Lobby Day Packet (originals) 101st Congress
  57  
Senate/House Co-Sponsor Records (101st Congress)
  57  
Postcards: "Report Campaign"
  57  
Lobby Day Reports
  57  
Postcard Campaign
  57  
Lobby Days Report
 
Anti-Violence Project: Lobbying: Testimonies [subseries]:
  57  
Kevin Berrill's Anti-Gay Violence Testimony
  57  
Kevin Berrill's Speeches
  57  
Criminal Justice Subcommittee
  57  
Raleigh Human Resources and Human Relations Advisory Committee
  57  
Responding to Anti-Gay Violence in New York State: Testimony to Governor's Task Force on Gay Issues
  57  
Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, and State, the Judiciary and Related Agencies
  57  
Dr. Marvin E. Wolfgang
  57  
IPLGY (Institute for the Protection of Lesbian and Gay Youth) Family Violence Institute
 
Anti-Violence Project: Documentation: Crisisline Report Forms [subseries]:
  58  
Activity Status Report
  58  
Activity Status Report
  58  
Campus Survey: attached flyers/letters
  58  
Campus Survey; Report Rough Drafts and Figures
  58  
Campus Survey: Student Organization Survey
  58  
Campus Survey: Levy, Senator Norman J.
  58  
Campus Survey
  58  
Campus Survey: Working Materials
  58  
Anti-Violence/Campus Project: Call Report
  58  
Anti-Violence/Campus Project: Call Report
  58  
Crisisline Questionnaire
  58  
Crisisline Questionnaire
  58  
Violence Documentation
  58  
Crisisline Report Forms, case #1-30 (10/18/82-1/18/83) [RESTRICTED]
  58  
Crisisline Report Forms, case #31-54 (1/25/83-2/15/83) [RESTRICTED]
  58  
Crisisline Report Forms, case #55-80 (2/16/83-3/30/83) [RESTRICTED]
  58  
Crisisline Report Forms, case #81-120 (4/5/83-6/20/83) [RESTRICTED]
  58  
Crisisline Report Forms, case #121-170 (6/20/83-8/12/83) [RESTRICTED]
  58  
Crisisline Report Forms, case #171-210 (8/15/93-11/15/83) [RESTRICTED]
  58  
Crisisline Report Forms, case #212-245 (11/16/83-2/9/84) [RESTRICTED]
  58  
Crisisline Report Forms, case #246-280 (2/14/84-4/30/84) [RESTRICTED]
  58  
Crisisline Report Forms, case #281-315 (4/84-6/84?) [RESTRICTED]
  58  
Crisisline Report Forms, case #316-336 (6/84-8/22/84) [RESTRICTED]
  58  
Crisisline Report Forms, case #337-364 [RESTRICTED]
  58  
Crisisline Report Forms/Police Abuse Forms [RESTRICTED]
  58  
Crisisline Report Forms [RESTRICTED]
  58  
Crisisline Report Forms [RESTRICTED]
  58  
Violence Case Report Form
  58  
Police Abuse Report Forms [RESTRICTED]
  58  
Prison Abuse [RESTRICTED]
  58  
Local Violence Project Totals
  58  
National Violence Survey
  58  
Non-NGTF Violence Data/Precis/Testimony
 
Anti-Violence Project: Documentation: Audits [subseries]:
  59  
Computation Table
  59  
Originals
  59  
Completed Questionnaires
  59  
Mailing Lists
  59  
Originals
  59  
Completed Questionnaires
  59  
Totals Calculations
  59  
Prisoners
  59  
Originals and Key Documents
  59  
Breakdown of Groups by State
  59  
Completed Questionnaires
  59  
Breakdown of Incidents Reported by State
  59  
Chart on Anti-Violence Surveys: Eleven Anti-Gay Violence Surveys Compared (handout)
  59  
Chart of Reported Anti-Gay Incidents, 1985-1987
  59  
Statement to Press
  59  
Prison Abuse
  59  
Completed Questionnaires
  59  
Violence Press Packet (originals)
  59  
Information for 1988 Audit Interviews
  59  
Correspondence with Organizing Groups
  59  
Breakdown by State
  59  
Mailing Lists
  59  
Originals
  59  
MCC Audit Forms (Metropolitan Community Church)
  59  
Rankings of Incidents of Anti-Gay Violence in 1988
  59  
Police Abuse
  59  
Defamation
  59  
MCC Violence
  59  
Clippings
  59  
Other (non-gay) Hate Violence
  59  
Arson, Bombings
  59  
Homicide
  59  
Youth Violence
  59  
Prisoner Abuse
  59  
Completed Campus Survey
  59  
Anti-Gay Violence Project Statistics
  59  
Assault
  59  
Campus Violence
  59  
Hate Groups
  59  
AIDS-Related Violence
  59  
Center for Democratic Renewal Weekly Update and Related Publications
  59  
Tables and Charts
  59  
MCC Surveys
  59  
Campus Surveys
  59  
Completed Questionnaires
  59  
Computer-entered Surveys
  59  
Chart of Reported Anti-Gay Violence, 1985-1987
  60  
Computer-entered Surveys
  60  
State Table
  60  
Correspondence
  60  
"Returns" (incorrect addresses) [RESTRICTED]
  60  
Originals
  60  
Notes
  60  
"To Do Lists"
  60  
Press Release Participants
  60  
Materials for Correspondence with Groups
  60  
Follow-up Calls
  60  
Original Report
  60  
Press Releases
  60  
Original Report (Draft #2)
  60  
Clippings (dated 1993)
  60  
Press Conference Materials
  60  
Violence Reports from Gay and Lesbian and Other Groups
  61  
Questionnaire and Mailing to Campuses
  61  
Originals
  61  
Campaign to Count and Counter Hate Crimes
  61  
Violence Report
  61  
Violence Report Notes/Drafts
  61  
Maps/Tables
  61  
Clippings
  61  
Clippings about Violence Report
  61  
Incident Tally Sheets
  61  
Letter to Anti-Violence Projects
  61  
Key City Statistics
  61  
Timeline and Ideas
  61  
Offense/Incident Tally Sheets
  61  
Originals
  61  
Campaign to Count and Counter Hate Crimes
  61  
Press Release
  61  
Anti-Violence Report
  61  
Offense/Incident Tally Sheets
  61  
Campaign to Count and Counter Hate Crimes
  61  
Project Timeline
  61  
1991 Anti-Violence Report for Referral
  61  
Excerpts from 1991 Anti-Violence Report for Referral
  61  
*Violence Bibliography (floppy disk) - not microfilmed
 
Anti-Violence Project: Documentation: NGLTF Surveys [subseries]:
  61  
Questionnaires/Surveys: NGLTF and Other Organizations
  61  
New York, NY: NGLTF Survey on Employment Discrimination
  61  
NGLTF Bar Survey
  61  
Discrimination Survey
  61  
Rape Crisis Center Survey
  61  
NGLTF Corporate Survey
  61  
NGLTF Anti-Gay/Lesbian Discrimination Survey
  61  
NGLTF Discrimination Survey (raw data)
  61  
NGLTF Discrimination Survey (weighted data)
 
Anti-Violence Project: Documentation: Non-NGLTF Surveys [subseries]:
  61  
Fund for Human Dignity: Future Direction of National Public Education of Homosexuality Study
  61  
New York, N.Y.: City Commission on Human Rights/Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights (CLGR)
  61  
Boston Project
  61  
Survey Material
  61  
Philadelphia, P.A.: Anti-Violence and Anti-Discrimination Hotline Project
  61  
Philadelphia, P.A.: Anti-Lesbian/Gay Violence and Discrimination Survey
  61  
New York State Lesbian and Gay Lobby Survey
  61  
Maine Anti-Lesbian/Gay Violence and Discrimination
  61  
Wisconsin Anti-Lesbian/Gay Violence Survey
  61  
Summary of Campus Victimization Surveys
  61  
U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, Louisiana Advisory Committee
  61  
Campus Project Survey Report
  61  
Philadelphia, PA: Anti-Lesbian/Gay Violence and Discrimination Survey
  61  
Washington, D.C.: Anti-Lesbian/Gay Violence Survey
  61  
Anti-Gay Violence/Other Hate Crimes Bibliography
  61  
Cooperating Organizations Survey
  61  
New Orleans, Louisiana: Anti-Lesbian/Gay Violence Survey
  61  
Boston, MA: Survey of Gay and Lesbian Community
 
Anti-Violence Project: Documentation: Files, chronological by year, then alphabetical by state [subseries]:
  62  
A-C
  62  
D-H
  62  
I-M
  62  
N-O
  62  
North Carolina
  62  
P-S
  62  
T-Z
  62  
A-B
  62  
C-D
  62  
California
  62  
E-F
  62  
G
  62  
H
  62  
I
  62  
K
  62  
L-M
  62  
N
  62  
O
  62  
P-R
  62  
S-T
  62  
U-V
  62  
W-Z
  62  
Other
  62  
A-B
  62  
C-F
  62  
California
  62  
G-H
  62  
I
  62  
J-M
  62  
N-M
  62  
Maine (Charles Howard)
  62  
N-P
  62  
New York
  62  
Q-T
  62  
U-Z
  62  
Other
  62  
A-B
  62  
C-F
  62  
California
  62  
G-H
  62  
I
  62  
J-M
  62  
N
  62  
N-P
  62  
New York
  62  
Q-T
  62  
U-Z
  62  
Other
  63  
A-B
  63  
California
  63  
C-D
  63  
E-F
  63  
G-H
  63  
I-J
  63  
M-N
  63  
*Audiotape of Obscene and Harassing Calling to Gay and Lesbian Switchboard of Wilmington - not microfilmed
  63  
New York
  63  
O-P
  63  
S-T
  63  
U-V
  63  
W-Z
  63  
Other
  63  
California
  63  
District of Columbia
  63  
E-G
  63  
H-J
  63  
Illinois
  63  
K-M
  63  
Maine
  63  
*Audiotape: "Cookie Spaeth: Phone Messages on Machine from June 30, 1987" - not microfilmed
  63  
Massachusetts
  63  
Minnesota
  63  
New Jersey
  63  
N-P
  63  
New York
  63  
North Carolina
  63  
Pennsylvania
  63  
Q-T
  63  
Texas
  63  
V
  63  
W-Z
  63  
Washington
  63  
Other
  63  
C
  63  
California
  63  
D
  63  
F
  63  
G
  63  
I
  63  
L
  63  
M
  63  
N
  63  
New York
  63  
O
  63  
P
  63  
T
  63  
U
  63  
V
  63  
W
  63  
National
  63  
Other
 
Anti-Violence Project: Documentation: Files, alphabetical by subject [subseries]:
  64  
Anti-Gay Violence
  64  
Center for Democratic Renewal Weekly Update
  64  
Defamation
  64  
Defamation
  64  
Deportation
  64  
Eyler, Larry
  64  
Family Status
  64  
General Hate Violence
  64  
International
  64  
International
  64  
International
  64  
International
  64  
NGLTF Press Releases
  64  
Official Statements/Responses to Anti-Gay Violence
  64  
Police/Gay Relations: Police Harassment/Brutality
  64  
Police/Gay Relations: Police Harassment/Brutality
  64  
Police/Gay Relations: Police Harassment/Brutality
  64  
Police/Gay Relations: Police Harassment/Brutality
  64  
Police/Gay Relations: Police Harassment/Brutality
  64  
Religious
  64  
Surveys
  64  
Violence, Incidents
  64  
Violence, Incidents
  64  
Violence, Incidents
  64  
Violence, Incidents
  64  
Violence, Incidents
  64  
Violence, AIDS-Related
  64  
Violence, Anti-Gay/Lesbian Reports
 
Anti-Violence Project: Documentation, 1982-1989: Clippings: Individual Articles, alphabetical by subject: Anti-Gay/Lesbian Violence [subseries]:
  64  
AIDS Epidemic Fuels Attacks on Gays
  64  
Are Homosexuals Facing an Ever More Hostile World?
  64  
Attacks on Gays Blamed on Fears Aroused by AIDS
  64  
Attacks on U.S. Homosexuals Held Alarmingly Widespread
  64  
Bias Crimes Set Record in 1987
  64  
Church Council Calls Hate-Related Violence a "National Epidemic"
  64  
The Common Thread in Howard Beach and Other Violent Incidents
  64  
Crimes of Hate Must Stop
  64  
Cuomo Blasts Gay Exclusion from Hate Bill
  64  
An Excuse to Hate
  64  
Gay Bashing: Foul and Criminal
  64  
Gay Leaders Meet with Brooklyn D.A.
  64  
Gays Target of More Violence
  64  
Harassment Persists, Gay Task Force Reports
  64  
Hate Crimes: Terrorism in America
  64  
Hatred in the -'80s
  64  
Homophobia Rising
  64  
Homosexuals Say Justice is not Blind
  64  
Justice is not Blind for Gays
  64  
Most Violently Attacked Community in America
  64  
Nazi's Forgotten Victims
  64  
New York Measures Surge in Bias-Related Crimes
  64  
Ominous Numbers
  64  
Open Season on Gays
  64  
On Life's Dark Side, the Evil Side of Gay Bashing
  64  
Plans to Help Victims of Antigay Violence Unveiled
  64  
Police, Gay Activists See Rise in Assaults on Homosexuals
  64  
Reported Attacks on Gays Increase
  64  
Secret Fear that Keeps Us from Raising Free Children
  64  
Sentence That Says A lot
  64  
South Florida Gays Say Violence Persists
  64  
Survey Points to Increase in Gay Bashing
  64  
Taunts, Violence Common For Gays
  64  
There's No Excuse for Bias Violence
  64  
Upstate Homosexuals Have Felt Sting of Prejudice
  64  
Victims of Anti-Gay/Lesbian Violence
  64  
Victims of Violence: A Rising Tide of Anti-Gay Sentiment
  64  
Violence Against Gays Reaches Record High
  64  
What Do We Say When We Hear Faggot?
  64  
What You Should Do In Case of a Raid
  64  
Your Cooperation Is Needed
 
Anti-Violence Project: Documentation, 1982-1989: Clippings: Individual Articles, alphabetical by subject: Domestic Violence [subseries]:
  64  
Battered Lesbians and the Legal System
  64  
Battered Lovers
  64  
Behind Closed Doors: Battering and Abuse in Lesbian Relationships
  64  
Domestic Violence Among Gays, part 2
  64  
Gay and Lesbian Domestic Violence Resources
  64  
Gay Domestic Violence: A Hidden Problem
  64  
Gay Victims of Domestic Violence Can Get Help
  64  
Homophobia in Battered Women's Programs
  64  
Improving Services to Gay and Lesbian Clients
  64  
I've Never Had a Lesbian or Gay Client
  64  
Lesbian Battering Focuses on Discussion of "Safe Space"
  64  
Lesbian Battering: It Does Happen brochure
  64  
Lesbian Battery
  64  
Lesbian Counseling Needs
  64  
Lesbian Whose Lover Has Been Assaulted
  64  
Lesbians and Sexual Assault
  64  
A Male Survivor's Story
  64  
Males as Sexual Assault Victims
  64  
MOVE (Men Overcoming Violence): Domestic Violence
  64  
Naming and Confronting Gay Male Battery
  64  
Not All Women Who Are Raped Are Heterosexual
  64  
Pedophilia and Gay Men
  64  
Sexual Assault of Lesbians/Asalto Sexual A Lesbianas
  64  
Sexual Assault of Lesbians: Some Issues
  64  
To a Man Who Has Been Sexually Assaulted
  64  
Violence in Lesbian Relationships
 
Anti-Violence Project: Documentation, 1989-1992, alphabetical by subject: 1989 [subseries]:
  65  
Arson/Bombings/Vandalism
  65  
Assaults
  65  
Campus
  65  
Center for Democratic Renewal Weekly Update
  65  
Criminal Justice System (incidents other than murder)
  65  
Criminal Justice System
  65  
Criminal Justice System (murder cases)
  65  
Defamation (used [for report?])
  65  
Defamation (rejected)
  65  
Domestic Violence
  65  
Domestic Violence (murder)
  65  
Hate Groups
  65  
Other Hate Violence
  65  
International
  65  
Johnson, Rodney
  65  
Local Responses
  65  
M
  65  
Miscellaneous
  65  
Murder
  65  
N
  65  
National Responses
  65  
Miscellaneous
  65  
National Organizing
  65  
Police Abuse/Harassment
  65  
Prison Violence
  65  
Religious
  65  
Reports by Local Groups
  65  
Surveys: San Francisco Examiner
  65  
Threats/Harassment
  65  
Violence by Family Members
  65  
Violence Surveys
 
Anti-Violence Project: Documentation 1989-1992, alphabetical by subject: 1990 [subseries]:
  65  
AIDS, including Hate Mail
  65  
AIDS-Related Violence
  65  
Anti-Violence: Clippings
  65  
Arson/Bombings/Vandalism
  65  
Assaults
  65  
Campus Organizing
  65  
Campus
  65  
Camps Violence
  65  
Center for Democratic Renewal
  65  
Criminal Justice System (positive)
  65  
Criminal Justice System (negative)
  65  
Defamation
  65  
Domestic Partnership
  65  
Harassment/Intimidation
  65  
Hate Crimes, General
  65  
Hate Crime Statistics Act
  65  
Hate Group Activity
  65  
Other Hate Violence
  66  
International
  66  
Local Community Organizing
  66  
Miscellaneous
  66  
Murder
  66  
National/Federal Response
  66  
Police Abuse/Harassment
  66  
Right Wing
  66  
State/Regional Response
 
Anti-Violence Project: Documentation, 1989-1992, alphabetical by subject: 1991 [subseries]:
  66  
AIDS-Related Violence
  66  
Anti-Gay Incidents
  66  
Arkansas
  66  
Arson/Bombings/Vandalism
  66  
Assaults
  66  
Campus Violence
  66  
College/University
  66  
Center for Democratic Renewal Weekly Update/Center for Democratic Research Monitor
  66  
Cracker Barrel
  66  
Criminal Justice System
  66  
Defamation
  66  
Dahmer, Jeffery: Milwaukee Murders
  66  
Domestic Violence
  66  
General
  66  
Hate Crimes
  66  
Hate Groups
  66  
Hate Mail
  66  
Other Hate Violence
  66  
International
  66  
Krueger, Talana
  66  
Local Responses
  66  
Murder
  66  
National/Federal Responses
  66  
Police Abuse/Harassment
  66  
Polls
  66  
Prison Violence
  66  
Queer Organizing
  66  
Religion
  66  
Religion: Presbyterian Church
  66  
Religious Right and Other Right Wing Activity
  66  
Research
  66  
Right Wing: Anti-Gay Fundraising
  66  
Right Wing
  66  
State Responses
  66  
Virginia ABC Laws
 
Anti-Violence Project: Documentation, 1989-1992, alphabetical by subject: 1992 [subseries]:
  67  
AIDS
  67  
Campus Protection Ordinances
  67  
Colorado Boycott
  67  
Federal Employment
  67  
*Federal Employment: Tom Swann - not microfilmed
  67  
Newsletters/Press Releases
  67  
Military
  67  
Mainstream Media
  67  
Oregon
  67  
Oregon: Military/Students
 
Anti-Violence Project: "Originals" [subseries]:
  67  
Articles, General
  67  
Articles, Frequently Copied
  67  
Anti-Gay Violence, General
  67  
Court Monitoring Letter
  67  
Court Monitoring Packet
  67  
Documentation Packet
  67  
Hate Crimes Legislation Packet
  67  
Miscellaneous
  67  
Oregon Hearings
  67  
Sexual Assault
  67  
Sexual Assault Packet
  67  
Telephone Harassment
  67  
Testimonies
  67  
Victimization and Criminal Justice
  67  
Letter of Support to Victims
  67  
Violence Report Precis
  67  
The Jury Box
  67  
Gays Threatened by Assault Get Protection Under New Law
  67  
John O'Connell Attacked
  67  
Violence Against Lesbians and Gays
  67  
St. John's College High School
  67  
Anti-Lesbian Violence
  67  
Slaying of Homosexual Man
  67  
Gay Cops
  67  
New York City Police Bias Unit Expanded
  67  
Violence Against Homosexuals Rising
  67  
Anti-Gay Violence Increasing
  67  
Saying "No" to Anti-Gay Bigots
  67  
Philadelphia Lesbian and Gay Task Force
  67  
Philadelphia Story
  67  
Homosexuals Fight Back Against Gay Bashing
  67  
Anti-Gay Violence Worsening
  67  
"Gay Bashing" Grows to Alarming Proportions
  67  
Philadelphia City Liaison Named for Gays
  67  
Out of Fear Comes a Killing
  67  
Increase in Gay Bashing
  67  
Philadelphia Police Commissioner Tucker Statement
  67  
Solidarity with Gays
  67  
Assault Victim Say Court System Added to Pains of Crime
  67  
Christian Century
  67  
Fear of AIDS Stirs New Attacks on Homosexuals
  67  
Gay-Bashing Prevalent Among Hate Crimes
  67  
Brutal AIDS Backlash
  67  
Accessories to Heinous Acts?
  67  
Anti-Gay Violence on Rise
  67  
As AIDS Cases Increase, So Has Violence
  67  
Gay Bashing in San Francisco On Rise
  67  
Anti-Gay, Anti-Asian Violence Increases
  67  
Universal Health Care: A Handbook for Activists
  67  
Police Flyers (Seattle)
  67  
A.P.A.C Police Abuse Report Form
  67  
How to Set Up a Dialogue Between Police and the Gay Community
  67  
Gays and Police
  67  
Minneapolis Looks at String of Slayings
 
Anti-Violence Project: Subject Files [subseries]:
  67  
AIDS: National Lesbian and Gay Health Conference and National AIDS Forum
  67  
AIDS: Education
  67  
AIDS: Education: "Obscene Material"
  67  
AIDS: Education: Safer Sex
  67  
AIDS: Employee Guidelines
  67  
AIDS: Employment, Clippings
  67  
AIDS: Employment: NGRA (National Gay Rights Advocates)
  67  
AIDS: Epidemeology
  67  
AIDS: Family Issues
  67  
AIDS: Fauci, Dr. Anthony Stephen
  67  
AIDS: Food and Drug Inside Report
  67  
AIDS: FDA (Food and Drug Administration)
  67  
AIDS: FDA: Announcements/Statements re: FDA Regulations
  67  
AIDS: 8th International Conference
  67  
AIDS: Litigation
  68  
AIDS: AIDS Policy Network
  68  
AIDS: Seroprevalence Surveys
  68  
AIDS: Seroprevalence Surveys
  68  
Anti-Violence Information
  68  
Information on Documenting Anti-Gay Violence
  68  
Asian-Americans
  68  
Business Cards
  68  
California Discrimination Report Forms
  68  
Census 1990: Correspondence
  68  
Census 1990: Press Materials
  68  
Census 1990: Clippings
  68  
Civil Rights: Pending Legislation
  68  
Civil Suits: Anti-Gay Violence
  68  
Counseling Information
  68  
Creating Change
  68  
Creating Change: Introductions
  68  
Creating Change
  68  
Information on Crime Avoidance
  68  
Domestic Partnership: Hollywood Supports
  68  
Domestic Partnership
  68  
Domestic Partnership
  68  
Domestic Partnership
  68  
Education
  68  
Employment Policies
  68  
Employment: Pride at Work: East Coast Lesbian and Gay Labor Conference
  68  
Families
  68  
Families: PFLAG (Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays)
  68  
Families: "Will Builder"
  68  
Gays in the Military
  68  
Greensboro, North Carolina
  68  
Hate Crimes Sentencing Enhancement Act of 1993
  68  
Hate Crimes Legislation: Gay/Lesbian Contact Information
  68  
Bias Crime Prevention Act (Robert Trricelli)
  68  
Hate Crimes
  68  
Hate Crimes and People with Disabilities
  68  
Bias Crime Legislation
  68  
Hate Crime Statistics Act Lobbying Packet
  68  
Holocaust Museum Opening
  68  
Homophobia: Governor Evan Meacham Recall Effort
  69  
Housing Discrimination
  69  
Law Enforcement: FBI: Hate Crime Date Collection Guidelines, Training Guide for Hate Crime Data Collection
  69  
Law Enforcement: FBI: Hate Crime Date Collection Guidelines Draft
  69  
Law Enforcement: FBI: Implementation of Hate Crime Statistics Act (#1) August 1990 Conference
  69  
Law Enforcement: FBI: Implementation of Hate Crime Statistics Act (#2)
  69  
Law Enforcement: FBI: Hate Crime Training Seminar for Law Enforcement
  69  
Law Enforcement: FBI: Uniform Crime Reporting/National Incident-Based Reporting System, Background Information
  69  
Law Enforcement: FBI: Gay FBI Agent Fired, Frank Buttino
  69  
Law Enforcement: Police: Baltimore Policy Manual
  69  
Law Enforcement: Police: Boston Police Department Community Disorders Unit
  69  
Law Enforcement: Police: Response of the Criminal Justice System to Bias Crime
  69  
Law Enforcement: Police: Response to Anti-Gay Violence/Hate Crimes
  69  
Law Enforcement: Police: Bias Crimes Protocols and Policies
  69  
Law Enforcement: Police: Denver Police Department: Referral/Service Agreement
  69  
Law Enforcement: Police: Maryland Police Manual: Racial, Religious and Ethnic Reporting System
  69  
Law Enforcement: Police: Gay and Lesbian Community Awareness Program
  69  
Law Enforcement: Police: Information on AIDS for Law Enforcement and Emergency Workers
  69  
Law Enforcement: Police: AIDS: 100 Questions and Answers
  69  
Law Enforcement: Police: Hate Crime: A Training Video for Police Officers
  69  
Law Enforcement: Police: Minneapolis Police Community Task Force on Gay and Lesbian Issues
  69  
Law Enforcement: Police: Gay and Lesbian Organizations and Individuals Who Work with Law Enforcement
  69  
Law Enforcement: Criminal Justice System: Clippings
  69  
Law Enforcement: Police: "Blaming the Victim: New Life for the -'Gay Panic' Defense"
  69  
Law Enforcement: Police: Bigotry in Courts
  69  
Law Enforcement: Police: NYC Police Training Curriculum for Gay/Lesbian Issues
  69  
Law Enforcement: Police: L.A. District Attorney Hate Crimes Protocol
  69  
Law Enforcement: Police: Law Enforcement Training Manual
  69  
Law Enforcement: Police: L.A. Gay and Lesbian Advisory Task Force: Gay and Lesbian Cultural Awareness Training for Law Enforcement Appendix
  69  
Law Enforcement: Police: L.A. Gay and Lesbian Advisory Task Force: Gay and Lesbian Cultural Awareness Training for Law Enforcement Curriculum
  69  
Law Enforcement: Police: Law Enforcement News
  69  
Law Enforcement: Police: Police/Gay Relations, General
  69  
Law Enforcement: Police: Police Training: AIDS/Gay/Lesbian Issues
  69  
Law Enforcement: Police: Police Abuse Hearings
  69  
Law Enforcement: Police: Training Information
  69  
Law Enforcement: Police: Bashers Get Caught Campaign (Minneapolis, MN)
  69  
Law Enforcement: Police: Report of the Independent Commission of the LAPD (Los Angeles Police Department)
  69  
Law Enforcement: Police: LAPD and the Lesbian/Gay Community
  69  
Law Enforcement: National Associations of Attorneys General
  69  
Law Enforcement: Prosecuting Attorneys Research Council
  69  
Law Enforcement: Manhattan D.A.'s Office
  69  
Law Enforcement: Sentencing Project: Facts About Prison and Prisoners
  69  
Law Enforcement: National Conference on Sentencing Advocacy
  69  
Law Enforcement: National Crime Prevention Council
  69  
Law Enforcement: Criminal Justice Statistics Association
  69  
Law Enforcement: National Governor's Association Committee on Human Resources
  69  
Law Enforcement: U.S. Conference of Mayors
  69  
Law Enforcement: Major Cities: Chiefs of Police
  69  
Law Enforcement: Police: National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives
  69  
Law Enforcement: Police: International Association of Chiefs of Police
  69  
Law Enforcement: Police: Police Foundation
  69  
Law Enforcement: Police: National Sheriff's Association
  69  
Law Enforcement: National Association of State Directors of Law Enforcement Training
  69  
Law Enforcement: Police: Police Executive Research Forum
  69  
Law Enforcement: National Criminal Justice Association
  69  
Law Enforcement: Criminal Justice Information Policy: Intelligence and Investigative Records
  70  
Law Enforcement: Bureau of Justice Statistics
  70  
Law Enforcement: Criminal Victimization
  70  
Law Enforcement: CRS (Community Relations Service)
  70  
Law Enforcement: Community Relations Service Testimony
  70  
Law Enforcement: NIAPV/CRS Seminar (National Institute Against Prejudice and Violence): Bias Incident Data Collection Workshop
  70  
Law Enforcement: CRS (Community Relations Service)
  70  
Law Enforcement: Federal Hate Crimes Bill
  70  
Law Enforcement: FBI
  70  
Law Enforcement
  70  
Law Enforcement: Police Riot
  70  
Letters: Bush, George
  70  
Letters: Civil Rights
  70  
Letters: Governors
  70  
Letters: Immigration
  70  
Letters: Mayors
  70  
Letters: Religious
  70  
Local Organizing Packet
  70  
Los Angeles, California
  70  
Mailing Lists: Rape Crisis Centers
  70  
March on Washington
  70  
Marriage: ACLU
  70  
Marriage: Benefits
  70  
Marriage: Burton Marriage Bill (California)
  70  
Marriage: California: San Diego/Holy Unions
  70  
Marriage: China
  70  
Marriage: Clippings
  70  
Marriage: Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Civil Rights
  70  
Marriage: Craig Dean/Patrick Gill
  70  
Marriage: Denmark
  70  
Marriage: Denmark
  70  
Marriage: Germany
  70  
Marriage: Ettlebrick/Stoddard
  70  
Marriage: Hawaii
  70  
Marriage: Litigation
  70  
Marriage: Married and Gay
  70  
Marriage: Mennonites
  70  
Marriage: Quaker Ceremonies
  70  
Marriage: Status, State by State
  70  
Marriage: Sweden
  70  
Marriage: Texas Marriage Bill (Danburg)
  70  
Marriage: Washington State
  70  
Maryland
  70  
Massachusetts
  70  
Military (Patricia Schroeder)
  70  
Miscellaneous
  70  
New Zealand
  70  
Organizations: American Bar Association
  70  
Organizations: ACLU: Lesbian and Gay Policy Network
  70  
Organizations: American Medical Student Association/Foundation
  70  
Organizations: American Nurses Association
  70  
Organizations: American Psychological Association
  70  
Organizations: American Psychiatric Association
  70  
Organizations: American Public Health Association
  70  
Organizations: American Society of Criminology
  70  
Organizations: American Sociological Association
  70  
Organizations: American Medical Association
  70  
Organizations: Domestic Violence Community Forum
  70  
Organizations: Domestic Violence Offender Services
  70  
Organizations: Domestic Violence Projects
  70  
Organizations: Family Violence Projection Fund
  70  
Organizations: Free State Justice Fund
  70  
Organizations: Gay/Lesbian Support Group Project
  70  
Organizations: Hate Crimes Coalition
  70  
*Organizations: Center for Democratic Renewal: When Hate Groups Come to Town - not microfilmed
  70  
Marriage: Bibliography
  71  
Organizations: Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility
  71  
Organizations: Ku Klux Klan
  71  
Organizations: LLDEF (Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund)
  71  
Organizations: LLDEF
  71  
Organizations: LLDEF: Meeting Materials
  71  
Organizations: Lambda Project: "Oasis: Safe Shelter" brochure
  71  
Organizations: LBIP (Lesbian Battering Intervention Project)
  71  
Organizations: MOVE (Men Overcoming Violence): San Francisco Domestic Violence Project
  71  
Organizations: NAP (National Alliance Party)
  71  
Organizations: National Association of Social Workers
  71  
*Organizations: NCADV (National Coalition Against Domestic Violence) Voice - not microfilmed
  71  
*Organizations: NCADV (National Coalition Against Domestic Violence) Voice - not microfilmed
  71  
Organizations: NCADV: General Information
  71  
Organizations: NCADV: Questionnaire/Collaboration Working Materials
  71  
Organizations: NCASA (National Coalition Against Sexual Assault)
  71  
Organizations: National District Attorneys Association
  71  
Organizations: National Endowment for the Arts
  71  
Organizations: NOVA (National Organization for Victim Assistance)
  71  
Organizations: NOVA/NIMH (National Institute of Mental Health): Understanding and Responding to Gay/Lesbian Victimization)
  71  
Organizations: National Victim Center: National Organization Directory
  71  
Organizations: New Brunswick Coalition for Human Rights Reform
  71  
Organizations: New Brunswick Coalition for Human Rights Reform
  71  
Organizations: New York Academy of Medicine
  71  
Organizations: New York Gay and Lesbian Anti-Violence Project: Annual Report
  71  
Organizations: New York Gay and Lesbian Anti-Violence Project: Report Form Revisions
  71  
Organizations: North Carolina Coalition for Gay and Lesbian Equality Organizer's Manual
  71  
Organizations: North Carolina Coalition for Gay and Lesbian Equality
  71  
Organizations: Nursing Conference on Violence Against Women
  71  
Organizations: Oberlin College
  71  
Organizations: Public Welfare Foundation
  71  
Organizations: SUNY-Purchase
  71  
Organizations: Texas Council on Family Violence
  71  
Organizations: Union Institute: The Center for Public Policy
  71  
Organizations: United Nations Task Force on Victimization
  71  
Organizations: United States Commission on Civil Rights, Michigan
  71  
Organizations: Women's Media Campaign
  71  
*Parents: Child Custody-Related Correspondence - not microfilmed
  71  
Parents: Clippings [RESTRICTED]
  71  
Parents: CALM (Custody Action for Lesbian Mothers)
  71  
Parents: Family Diversity Project
  71  
Parents: Gay Fathers
  71  
Parents: Gay and Lesbian
  71  
Parents: GLPCI (Gay and Lesbian Coalition International)
  71  
Parents: GLPCI: Family Platform
  71  
Parents: Gay Parents Custody Fund
  71  
Parents: List of Organizations
  71  
Parents: Lesbian and Gay Community Services Center
  71  
Parents: Lesbian Mothers
  71  
Parents: Lesbian Mothers Defense Fund
  71  
Parents: Mom and Their Gay Sons
  71  
Parents: Not All Parents Are Straight
  71  
Parents: PFLAG (Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays)
  71  
People: Baraldini, Silvia
  71  
People: Brenner, Claudia
  72  
People: Domi, Tanya
  72  
People: Hampton, Judge Jack
  72  
People: Johns, Rodney (lawsuit against Skinheads)
  72  
People: Sheets, Douglas Lawrence
  72  
Presidential Elections: Bruce Babbitt
  72  
Presidential Elections: David Duke
  72  
Presidential Elections: Dan Quale's Voting Record
  72  
Presidential Elections: Paul Tsongas
  72  
Presidential Elections: Presidential Campaigns
  72  
Presidential Elections: Presidential Candidate Profiles
  72  
Presidential Elections: Presidential Questionnaire/Democrats
  72  
Press Packet
  72  
Public Sex
  72  
Religion: Homosexuality and Social Justice, Commission on Social Justice Archdiocese of San Francisco
  72  
Religion: Catholic Church/Dignity
  72  
Religion: Christian Action Network (CAN)
  72  
Religion: Media Religious Defense of Homosexuality
  72  
Religion: Episcopal Church/Integrity
  72  
Religion: Federal Religious Violence Bill
  72  
Religion: Gay/Lesbian Religious Caucus National Headquarters Listing
  72  
Religion: Interfaith Lesbian/Gay Issues
  72  
Religion: Lutheran Church
  72  
Religion: Mennonites
  72  
Religion: Methodists
  72  
Religion: Metropolitan Community Church
  72  
Religion: Religious Response to Anti-Gay Violence
  72  
Religion: Riverside Church: Resolutions on Gay/Lesbian Issues
  72  
Religion: St. Francis Prison Project
  72  
Religion: Saints
  72  
Religion: Seventh Day Adventists
  72  
Religion: Unitarian Church
  72  
Religion: United Church of Christ
  72  
Religion: Vatican Statement on Homosexuality
  72  
Resources, Human Rights
  72  
Resources, Professional: Lesbian Mothers National Defense Fund
  72  
Resources, Professional: NOW
  72  
Resources, Professional: Prison Visitation
  72  
Resources, Professional: Social Workers
  72  
Resources, Professional: Synagogues
  72  
Resources, Professional: Social Workers
  72  
Statewide Gay/Lesbian Communication/Action Network Model
  72  
Syndicated Columnists
  72  
Technologies: Insemination: Artificial Insemination
  72  
Technologies: Insemination: Egg Donation
  72  
Technologies: Insemination: Fenway Clinic
  72  
Technologies: Insemination: Legal Issues
  72  
Technologies: Insemination: Legal Issues
  72  
Technologies: Reproductive Health Technologies Project
  72  
Technologies: Insemination: Sperm Bank Regulation
  72  
Technologies: Insemination: Surrogacy
  72  
Technologies: Insemination: Artificial Insemination
  72  
Violence: Official Statements on Anti-Gay Violence
  72  
Violence: Gay Male and Lesbian Assault and Rape
  72  
Violence: Victims: Counseling Victims of anti-Gay Violence Draft of CUAV Training Manual
  72  
Violence: Victims: Excerpt from Victim Service Manual
  72  
Violence: Victims: Information on Gay/Lesbian Victimization and Related Counseling Needs
  72  
Violence: Victims: Theresa Saldana Story: Victims for Victims
  72  
Violence: Victims: "Violence, Self-Definition, and Social Control: Gay and Lesbian Victimization"
  72  
Violence: Victims: "Violence Against Women: A National Crime Victimization Survey Report"
  72  
Violence: Victims: "Blow the Whistle on anti-Gay and Anti-Lesbian Violence"
 
Anti-Violence Project (addition) [subseries]:
  188  
Correspondence
  188  
Correspondence (Kevin Berrill's transition to consultant)
  188  
Interns and Volunteers: Crisisline and Anti-Violence (includes publications)
 
Anti-Violence Project: Kevin Berrill's Files [subseries]:
  189  
Overview Paper on Anti-Gay Violence
  189  
"Scope and Nature of Anti-Gay Violence," by Kevin Berrill
  189  
*Petitions to End Military Discrimination - not microfilmed
  189  
"Documenting the Victimization of Lesbians and Gay Men: Methodological Issues," by Gregory Herek and Kevin Berrill
  189  
National Institute of Justice Correspondence and Notes
  189  
Senate Hearings on Hate Crimes, June 21
  189  
Department of Justice: General and Attorney General'' Office
  189  
Centers for Disease Control Violence Epidemiology Branch
  189