C-05. LGBTQ+ Collections
Found in 35 Collections and/or Records:
This collection primarily consists of photographs taken by queer photographer Bobby Smith in the 1950s and 60s. The photos depict scenes of gatherings of queer folks in homes and clubs, giving researchers a rare view of queer life and culture in Florida during the mid-20th century.
This collection primarily consists of realia that belonged to Daddy Wayne and moving images pertaining to the El Goya where he worked as a bartender.
This collection comprises the personal and professional papers of Diana Estorino, an activist in Tampa Bay’s LGBTQ+ community.
Primarily includes organizational records, documents, photographs, and newspaper clippings about the LGBTQ+ community, more generally, as well as organizational records of the Greater Tampa Bay Pride Organization, Inc. Also included are videos and realia associated with the LGBTQ+ community’s activities.
The papers of Edith Daly, a lesbian activist who co-founded the Women's Energy Bank, a group based in Pinellas County that supported progressive political causes and published the monthly newsletter Womyn's Words.
A collection of materials gathered by Eunice Fisher, who moved to the Tampa Bay area later in life and became involved in LGBT activism. These papers primarily concern the Gay and Lesbian Community Center of Tampa Bay and its affiliates, as well as Fisher's participation in her religious community.
Materials in this collection relate to the musical career of the Fallopian Tubes, a Tampa Bay women’s band that formed in 1980. Included in the collection are advertising and promotional materials for the band, correspondence (both personal and professional), lyric sheets, set lists, photographs, and assorted materials relating to women’s issues and the LGBTQ community.
The Janice Josephine Carney collection includes professional and person papers related to the life career, and LGBTQ+ activism of Carney. Material relates to Carney's service during the Vietnam War as well as her work in supporting transgeder veterans. Also included is material realted to Carney's writing career as a memoirist, poet, and playwright.
This collection consists of materials relating to the 1962-1964 Johns Committee investigation of the University of South Florida. The collection includes correspondence, press statements, statements to the Florida legislature, editorials, various newsletters and newspaper clippings, as well as the typescript of "The Controversity," John Egerton’s unpublished 300-page study of the Johns Committee.
This collection consists of typescripts and reproductions of scholarly work by Julia Penelope Stanley and supporting research materials by other authors. Authorship is credited as both Julia Penelope Stanley and Julia Penelope. A series of documents includes collaborations with Susan J. Wolfe (Robbins) of the Department of English, University of South Dakota. Topics of writings include lesbian identities and culture, queer theory, linguistics, feminism, sexism, and literature.
The Keith Roberts collection includes a series of posters related to LGBTQ+ events, culture, and politics in the Tampa Bay area. Organiations and events represented include the First Annual Gay and Lesbian Pride Film Festival, the Tampa Bay Gay Men’s Chorus, and Pride Fest.
The records of Metro Wellness Health, a Tampa Bay area nonprofit health care provider specializing in care for LGBT and/or HIV positive patients.
A collection of corporate documents, research, and project details regarding the National Center for Lesbian Rights, St. Petersburg, FL Office.
The Plus Projec+ collection consists of organizational and administrative documents, including financial reports, prepared presentations, informational packets, fundraising strategy, grant applications, candidate and Board information, establishing documents, and minutes and agendas of meetings.
This collection is comprised of photographs and video footage of the LGBTQ+ community taken by Rex Maniscalco from the 1980s to 2000s, as well as documents from Tampa Bay LGBTQ+ culture, civil rights, and community organizations.