The John Hustad Papers include Hustad's photographs of various people, places, and events within the Twin Cities GLBT community in the 1970s, his work as a graphic designer, and his Andy Warhol series. Included in the 1970s photographs are pictures of people and events related to Gay House, F.R.E.E. (FREE/Fight Repression of Erotic Expression), activists (within the community and on the University of Minnesota campus), and various other local and national members of the GLBT community.
1970 - 2016
3 Linear Feet (3 boxes including one flat box of photographs and negatives.)
John Hustad is a graphic designer and photographer working in the Twin Cities. During the early 1970s he took numerous photographs of people, places and events in the GLBT community, including Gay House, F.R.E.E. (FREE/Fight Repression of Erotic Expression) and leading activists. The collection also includes a series of photographs he took of Andy Warhol during a visit to the Twin Cities in 1974. The collection also includes examples of his more recent graphic design work.
See the Michael McConnell files, Gay House records, and Queer Student Cultural Center records for related information.