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Photographed, Researched, and Written by Ron Schlittler  
Photographed, Researched, and Written by Ron Schlittler  

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OutHistory’s featured exhibits are curated by scholars in the field of LGBTQ history, knowledgeable researchers, or collectors. They provide a focused look at a few, particular aspects of this history. If you are interested in helping us expand the range of queer histories covered in future exhibits, please email outhistory@gc.cuny.edu.
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Postcards: Masculine Women and Feminine Men

Images from the collection of Marshall Weeks

Postcards depicting "masculine" women and "sissy boys" (early-twentieth-century).

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The Pre-Gay Era in the USA

Curated by C. Todd White

Homosexual rights activists, organizations, and publications in the U.S. (1950s-1969).

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WOW Cafe, Festival, and Theatre New York City

Curated by Mimi McGurl

Lesbian theatre history focusing on New York’s WOW Café, Festival, and Theatre (1980-present).

Brandon Teena

Queer Youth - On Campus and in the Media

Curated by Sharon Ullman

Activism on college and high school campuses; queer youth in the media (1947-2007).

Harvey Milk's grave

Out and Elected in the USA

Photographed, Researched, and Written by Ron Schlittler

115 openly gay or lesbian people elected to public office in the U.S. (1974-2004).

John Winthrop

Colonial America: The Age of Sodomitical Sin

Curated by Jonathan Ned Katz

The founding era of what became the United States (1607-1776).

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Lesbians in the Twentieth Century

Curated by Esther Newton

Exploring Lesbian identity (1900-1999)



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EdR said ...
17:11, 31 December 2009 (EST)
Great! Thanks.
Rcastillo said ...
11:21, 3 February 2011 (EST)
This is an amazing site. Thank you! As a young queer artist looking to make meaningful, progressive art- this is a wonderful site for reference and research. Thank you.


I am an undergrad student about to begin capstone history class, and am interested in Queer Theory, so will be accessing this site for material. Thank you for providing this resource!



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