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Identifier: Tretter 455
Content Description 1 box
Dates: 1996 - 2017
Identifier: Tretter: Collection 196
Abstract Collection contains a taped interview and interview transcript with James Barr, pen name for author James Fugate.
Identifier: Tretter: 202
Abstract Collection contains the personal papers of gay activist James (Jim) Chalgren.
Identifier: Tretter: 366
Abstract The James (Jim) Kane papers contain the personal papers of Jim Kane.
Identifier: Tretter: -434
Abstract This collection encompasses the personal papers and records of the gay Iowa-based political activist and organizer James Lenahan. The collection includes extensive holdings on gay political organizing and activism in the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s, including gay-oriented Leftist and socialist literature and records.
Identifier: Tretter: 209
Abstract The collection contains the personal and organizational papers of Shamey Cramer from 1982-2014.
Dates: 1982-2016, undated
Identifier: Tretter: Collection 253
Abstract The James Michael Lawrence papers contains photographs, publications, memrobilia, digital media, and the writings of James Michael Lawrence and his husband Peter Michael Wilson. .
Dates: 1962-2013, undated
Identifier: Tretter: Collection 170
Abstract The collection contains legal records and personal correspondence of Jamie Nabozny. In 1996, Nabozny sued the Ashland, Wisconsin public school district in federal court for failing to protect him from anti-gay harassment while at school.
Collection — Box: 6
Identifier: Tretter: 379
Abstract The papers of Jane Fee reflect her national and local involvement as a transgender activist and community member. The records primarily reflect local publications related to LGBT, specifically transgender, community activism and social issues.
Identifier: Tretter: Collection 233
Abstract The Jay (Huber) Gordon Papers contains sheet music (published and manuscript), recordings, and digital files of both original compositions and arrangements by Minneapolis composer, Jay Gordon.
Collection — Box: Journals 7
Identifier: Tretter: 158
Abstract The Jean-Nickolaus Tretter papers include biographical and personal papers, correspondence, professional records, ephemera, audio visual, and visual materials.
Dates: 1925-2013, undated
Identifier: Tretter: 246
Abstract Collection contains selected papers of Jim Kepner, pioneering gay journalist, author, and co-founder of ONE Institute.
Abstract 1 book, DVD, and t-shirt.
Dates: 1991 - 2016
Abstract Includes Hoover's sketches and complete works especially done for Open Prairie Syndicate and his book If the Sun Were Queer, tear sheets from newspapers Hoover had works in, and personal items related to artist peers and activism.
Abstract 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.
Dates: 1970 - 2016
Identifier: Tretter 453
Content Description 1 box
Dates: 1983 - 2015
Identifier: Tretter: Collection 152
Abstract The papers chronicle the personal life and professional activities of John R. Yoakam, Minnesota educator and gay activist. The papers contain diaries, correspondence, photographs, clippings, minutes and research files created between 1947 and 2010.
Identifier: Tretter: 352
Abstract The Jon Roberts papers contain a newsletters, correspondence, organization information, and experimental HIV medication bottles.
Identifier: Tretter: 324
Abstract The collection contains the professional papers of Joseph (Joe) Ward.
Dates: 2000-2007, undated
Abstract This collection documents the artistic and professional endeavors as well as the personal life of Judith Katz, a Jewish lesbian writer, theater-maker, and professor of English, Jewish Studies, and Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies. Primarily spanning the 1960s to 2010, the collection highlights Katz’s youth and college years in Massachusetts, her time at the Omaha Theatre Collective in Nebraska, and her decades spent teaching, acting, and writing in the Twin Cities, Minnesota. Contents...
Dates: 1924 - 2010; Majority of material found in 1960s-2010
Abstract This collection contains 13 (cataloged) signed posters by undocumented, queer activist and artist Julio Salgado.
Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: Tretter -436
Abstract June Remus is a, self-identified, transsexual woman. She joined All God's Children Metropolitian Church when she moved to Minneapolis. She is also featured in the 2011 movie Genderf*Kation.
Abstract One box of material from Karen Browne-Courage about the founding of the Lesbian Resource Center in Minneapolis in 1972.
Dates: 1972 - 1976
Abstract The Karen Joy Clark papers represent her work as a legislator for the Minnesota House of Representatives. As Minnesota House Representative since 1980 she is the longest-serving openly lesbian state legislator in the U.S.
Dates: 1981 - 2014
Collection — Item: 7
Abstract Collection includes 3 cartons of Kathy Moran's personal journals that she kept from her time at Carleton College (1975) until October 2016 and 3 cartons of ephemera, photographs, and personal records.
Identifier: Tretter: 354
Abstract This is a predominantly digital collection of over 50,000 clippings, news stories, and on-line discussions, with a small component of physical manuscript materials.
Identifier: Tretter: 458
Abstract Larry Kivens, a gay Jewish man living in Minneapolis, was a writer and editor and later a counselor, and advocated for greater inclusion and acknowledgement of gay, lesbian, and bisexual people in Jewish communities. This collection contains personal papers, notes, and correspondence; texts and documents related to Kiven’s training and work as a counselor; records, newsletters, and correspondence from social, community, and activist organizations of which he was a part; academic articles,...
Abstract Collection includes three books, some publicity and personal information on Leandra Vicci, and scholarly articles. The books and articles pertain to transgender issues, including medical information, coming out, transitioning, and human rights.
Dates: 1974 - 2014
Identifier: Tretter: -443
Abstract This collection includes six boxes of records that include correspondence, manuscripts, drafts, published writings, and photographs related to Leo Skir, Elise Cowen, other gay artists and activists, and Leo Skir's experiences with Israel, Judaism, and Zionism.
Abstract Collection contains the records of the Lesbian and Gay Band Association (LGBA).
Dates: undated, 1971-2007
- Collecting Area: Jean Nickolaus Tretter Collection in GLBT Studies X
- Minnesota 41
- Human rights advocacy -- Minnesota 16
- Gays -- Minnesota 9
- Minneapolis (Minn.) 8
- AIDS activists -- Minnesota 7
- Gays in higher education 7
- Gay rights 6
- Lesbian feminism 6
- University of Minnesota 6
- Bisexuality 5
- GLBTQ people 5
- Gay activists 5
- Gay authors 5
- Gay rights -- Minnesota 5
- Same-sex marriage 5
- Transgender people 5
- Feminism 4
- GLBT people 4
- Gay pride celebrations 4
- Gay youth 4 ∧ less
- English 207
- Multiple languages 12
- English 6
- German 2
- Chinese 1
- OutFront Minnesota (Organization) 8
- Jean-Nickolaus Tretter Collection in Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Studies 5
- Gay and Lesbian Community Action Council (Minn.) 4
- Clark, Karen, 1945- 3
- Log Cabin Republicans 3
- Minnesota AIDS Project 3
- ACT UP (Organization) 2
- Anderson, Craig L. 2
- City of Lakes Crossgender Community 2
- Dayton, Mark, 1947- 2
- DeGroot, Ann 2
- Endean, Stephen 2
- Fearing, Scott 2
- Fee, Jane 2
- Lesbian Resource Center (Minneapolis, Minn.) 2
- Lesbian and Gay Bands of America 2
- March on Washington for Lesbian, Gay, and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation (1993: Washington, D.C.) 2
- Marry Me Minnesota 2
- Out-and-About Theatre 2
- Scully, Patrick, 1953- 2 ∧ less