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    GLBT Archives, Libraries, Collections and Related Subjects: A Select Bibliography
    Compiled by Mary Caldera
    [Send comments and suggestions for additions to mary.caldera@yale.edu]
    GENERAL
    Berman, Sanford, 1993. Prejudices and antipathies: A tract on the LC subject heads concerning people. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland.
    Bundy, Mary Lee and Frederick J. Stielow. 1987. Overview of an era. In Activism in American Librarianship, 1962-1973, eds. Mary Lee Bundy and Frederick J. Stielow, 5-10. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood.
    Carmichael, James V., Jr., ed. 1998. Daring to Find Our Names: The Search for Lesbigay Library History. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press.
    Carmichael, James V., Jr. 1998a. Homosexuality and United States libraries: Land of the free, but not home to the gay. Proceeding 64th IFLA General Conference.
    Carmichael, James V., Jr. 2000. “They sure got to prove it by me”: Millennial thoughts on gay archives, gay biography, and gay library history. Libraries and Culture 35, no. 1 (Winter).
    Carmichael, James V., Jr. and Marilyn Shontz L. 1996. “The last socially acceptable prejudice: Gay and lesbian issues, social responsibilities, and coverage of these topics in MLIS/LIS programs. The Library Quarterly 66 (January):21-58
    Cook, Blanche Wiesen. 1979. The historical denial of lesbianism. Radical History Review 20 (Spring/Summer): 60-65.
    Cooper, Janet. 1998. Librarians as cultural enforcers. In Daring to Find Our Names: The Search for Lesbigay Library History, ed. James V. Carmichael, Jr., 113-119. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press.
    Creason, Glen. 1990. Anatomy of a hate crime. The Communicator 23, nos. 9-12 (Sept-Dec): 19-20.
    Creelman, Jane A. E. and Roma M. Harris, 1990. Coming out: The information needs of lesbians. Collection Building 10, no. 3-4: 37-41.
    Cvetkovich, Ann. 2002. In the archives of lesbian feelings: Documentary and popular culture. Camera Obscura 49 vol. 17, no 1: 107-147.
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    D’Emilio, John. 1989. Not a simple matter: Gay history and gay historians. Journal of American History 76, no. 2 (Sept): 435-442.
    Duberman, Martin. 1989. “Writhing bedfollows” in Antebellum South Carolina: Historical interpretation and the politics of evidence. In Hidden from History: Reclaiming the Gay and Lesbian Past, eds. Martin Duberman, Martha Vicinus, and George Chauncey, Jr., 153-168.
    Embardo, Ellen. 1990. Directories of special collections on social movements evolving from the Vietnam era. Reference Services Review 18, no. 2 (Fall): 59-95.
    Faderman, Lillian. 1997. Who hid lesbian history? Journal of Lesbian Studies 1, no. 2.
    Fishman, Isreal D. 1998. Reclaiming a founding. In Daring to Find Our Names: The Search for Lesbigay Library History, ed. James V. Carmichael, Jr., 107-112. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press.
    Freedman, Estelle. 1982. Resources for lesbian history. In Lesbian studies: Present and future, ed. Margaret Cruikshank, 110-114. Old Westbury, New York: Feminist Press.
    Freedman, Estelle. 1998. “The burning of letters continues”: Elusive identities and the historical construction of sexuality. Journal of Women’s History 9, no. 4:181-200.
    Gittings, Barbara. 1978. Combating the lies in libraries. In The Gay Academic, ed. Louie Crew, 107-118. Palm Springs, California: ETYC Publications.
    Gittings, Barbara. 1991. Gays in libraryland: The Gay and Lesbian task Force of the American Library Association: The first sixteen years. WLW Journal 14, no. 3 (Spring): 7-13. Also in Daring to Find Our Names: The Search for Lesbigay Library History, ed. James V. Carmichael, Jr., 81-93. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press.
    Gladney, Margaret Rose. 1998. Biographical research on lesbigay subjects: Editing the letters of Lillian Smith. In Daring to Find Our Names: The Search for Lesbigay Library History, ed. James V. Carmichael, Jr., 47-54. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press.
    Gough, Cal. 1998. The Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Task Force of the American Library Association: A chronology of activities, 1970-1995. In Daring to Find Our Names: The Search for Lesbigay Library History, ed. James V. Carmichael, Jr., 121-132. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press.
    Gough, Cal and Ellen Greenblatt, eds. 1990. Gay and Lesbian Library Service. Jefferson: McFarland.
    Gough, Cal and Ellen Greenblatt. 1992. Services to gay and lesbian patrons: Examining the myths. Library Journal 117, no.1: 59-63.
    Hildenbrand, Suzanne (ed). 1986. Women’s Collections: Libraries, Archives, Consciousness. New York: Haworth.
    Huffine, Richard L. 1998. Social responsibility and acceptable prejudice. In Daring to Find Our Names: The Search for Lesbigay Library History, ed. James V. Carmichael, Jr., 213-215. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press.
    Joyce, Steven L. 2000. Lesbian, gay, and bisexual library service: A review of the literature. Public Libraries 39, no. 5 (September/October): 270-279.
    Kester, Norman G. (ed,) 1997. Liberating Minds: The Stories and Professional Lives of Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Librarians and Their Advocates. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland.
    Kester, Norman G. 1998. “Queer histories/queer librarians: The historical development of the gay monograph. In Daring to Find Our Names: The Search for Lesbigay Library History, ed. James V. Carmichael, Jr., 65-78. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press.
    Knowlton, Elizabeth. 1987. Documenting the gay rights movement. Provenance V, no. 1 (Spring):17-30.
    Kravitz, Linda. 1995. Virginia citizens mobilize. Library Advocate 3, no. 4 (Winter): 3-4.
    Lahusen, Kay Tobin and Barbara Gittings. 1998. A personal task force scrapbook: ‘Incunabula,’ 1971-1972 and after. In Daring to Find Our Names: The Search for Lesbigay Library History, ed. James V. Carmichael, Jr., 95-105. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press.
    Licata, Salvatore J. 1980/81. The homosexual movement in the United States: A traditionally overlooked area in American history. Journal of Homosexuality 6, no ½ (Fall/Winter): 161-189.
    Marshall, Joan. 1972. LC labeling: An indictment. In Revolting Librarians, eds. Celeste West, et al., 45-49. San Francisco: Booklegger.
    Maynard, Steven. 1991-92. “The burning willful evidence”: Lesbian/gay history and archival research. Archivaria 33 (Winter): 195-201.
    Minton, Henry L. 1992. The emergence of gay and lesbian studies. In Gay and Lesbian Studies, 1-6. New York: Haworth.
    Robbins, Louise S. 1998. A closet curtained by circumspection: Doing research on the McCarthy Era purge of gays from the Library of Congress. In Daring to Find Our Names: The Search for Lesbigay Library History, ed. James V. Carmichael, Jr., 55-64. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press.
    Roscoe, Will. 1991. History’s future: Reflections on lesbian and gay history in the community. In Gay and Lesbian Studies, ed. Henry L. Minton, 161-179. New York: Haworth.
    Rupp, Leila J.1997. “Imagine my Surprise”: Women’s relationships in historical perspective. Journal of Lesbian Studies 1, no. 2: 155-176.
    Ryan Caitlin and Judy Bradford. 1998. “Methodological issues in research with lesbians, gay men, and bisexuals.” In Daring to Find Our Names: The Search for Lesbigay Library History, ed. James V. Carmichael, Jr., 27-35. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press.
    Schwarz, Judith. 1978. Researching lesbian history. Sinister Wisdom 5 (Winter) 55-59
    Schwarz, Judith. 1992. The archivist’s balancing act: Helping researchers while protecting individual privacy. The Journal of American History 79 (June): 179-189.
    Steakley, James D. 1983. Anniversary of a book burning. Advocate (June): 369.
    Taylor, Marvin J. 1993. Queer things from old closets: Libraries—gay and lesbian studies—queer theory. Rare Books and Librarianship 8, no. 1: 19-34.
    Thistlewaite, Polly J. 1995. The lesbian and gay past: An interpretive background. Gay Community News (Boston) 2 (Winter): 10-11, 24.
    Whitt, Alisa. 1993. The information needs of lesbians. Library Information Science Research 15: 275-288.
    INDIVIDUAL ARCHIVES AND COLLECTIONS
    Kepner, Jim. 1998. An accidental institution: How and why a gay and lesbian archives? In Daring to Find Our Names: The Search for Lesbigay Library History, ed. James V. Carmichael, Jr., 175-182. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press.
    Marston, Brenda J. 1998. Archivists, activists, and Scholars: Creating a queer history. In Daring to Find Our Names: The Search for Lesbigay Library History, ed. James V. Carmichael, Jr., 135-152. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press.
    Nestle, Joan. 1990. The will to remember: The Lesbian Herstory Archives of New York. Feminist Review 34 (Spring): 86-99.
    Parkinson, Phil; and Chris Parkin. 1998. Safe harbour: The origin and growth of the Lesbian and Gay Archives of New Zealand. In Daring to Find Our Names: The Search for Lesbigay Library History, ed. James V. Carmichael, Jr., 183-201. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press.
    Thistlewaite, Polly. 1990. The Lesbian Herstory Archives. In Gay and Lesbian Library Service, eds. Cal Gough and Ellen Greenblatt, 61-64. Jefferson: McFarland.
    Thistlewaite, Polly. 1998. “Building ‘A home of our own’: The Construction of the Lesbian Herstory Archives.’ In Daring to Find Our Names: The Search for Lesbigay Library History, ed. James V. Carmichael, Jr., 153-174. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press.

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    Saskatchewan Archives Board
    Location: Rm. 91, Murray Building
    University of Saskatchewan
    3 Campus Drive
    Saskatoon, SK S7N 5A4 Canada
    Phone: (306) 933-5832 Fax: (306) 933-7305
    Contact: Reference Archivist
    E-mail: info.saskatoon@archives.gov.sk.ca
    Internet address:http://www.saskarchives.com
    Hours: Mon-Fri: 10 am -5 pm; reference retrieval hours: 10 am - 12 pm, 1-4 pm.
    Wheelchair Access: Call ahead
    History
    The archives of the Province of Saskatchewan.
    Information about holdings
    Manuscripts: yes
    Organizational records: yes
    Printed material: yes
    Clippings/vertical files: yes
    Objects/ephemera: yes
    Film/Video/Sound: yes
    Other holdings/notes: 13 meters
    Time periods/geographical regions documented:
    Saskatchewan, 1964 to present.
    Significant People/organizations/subjects documented:
    Early gay rights activity in Saskatchewan is documented in the papers of Doug Wilson and of Neil Richards.
    Collecting interests
    All materials that have historical significance that we can care for properly pertaining to LGBT people in Saskatchewan.
    Use requirements
    Open to all subject to access restriction on individual collections.
    Services
    Research space, copying, audiovisual facilities, reference assistance on site, telephone reference, and borrowing privileges for individuals.
    Indices, finding aids, collection descriptions
    Finding aids available; copies available on request.
    News about collections
    New releases sent out for large accruals, but not on a regular basis.

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    Archives Gaies du Quebec
    Location: 4067 boul. St-Laurent, suite 202
    Montreal, QC H2W 1Y7
    Address: C.P. 395, succursale Place du Parc
    Montreal, QC H2W 2N9
    Phone: (514) 287-9987
    Contact: J. Prince
    Email:c2220@er.ugam.ca
    Internet address: http://www.cglbrd.com/entries/215.html
    Hours: Thu: 7:30-9:30 pm and by appointment.
    Wheelchair Access: yes
    History
    AGQ was founded in 1983 by Ross Higgins and Jacques Prince. The aims of the AGQ are to conserve, process and provide access to documents related to homosexuality and sexuality in general. While our collections are world-wide in scope, our primary focus is on material concerning lesbians and gays in Quebec. It is not associated with any other institution or organization.
    Information about holdings
    Manuscripts: 25+ collections
    Organizational records: 15+ collections
    Printed material: 600 books; 1000 periodical titles (300 ft.)
    Clippings/vertical files: 8 ft. (500 vertical files)
    Objects/ephemera: ca.500 items
    Film/Video/Sound: 60 8 mm films, 30 videos, 200 sound tapes
    Photographs: 40,000
    Other holdings/notes: 2000 posters
    Time periods/geographical regions documented:
    Quebec and world wide since 1869, but the overwhelming majority of the collection is post-WW II.
    Collecting interests
    In any time period concerning queer history of Quebec. Kinds of materials: books, news clippings, magazine articles, periodicals, newsletters, pamphlets, flyers, etc.; archives of gay groups (minutes and other internal documents) and personal papers (student papers, literary drafts, correspondence, etc.); photographs, posters, drawings, films, videos, audio tapes, and records; buttons, match-book covers, banners, T-shirts, etc.
    Use requirements
    Anyone may view the collection during our open hours.
    Services
    Research space, copying, exhibitions, reference assistance on site, telephone reference, Internet reference (email/web), and loan agreements for exhibits.
    Other services/notes:
    There are copying services near by.
    Indices, finding aids, collection descriptions
    There are finding aids to some of the manuscript and photo collections. We have notebooks with written descriptions of our periodical holdings. There is a guide to the collections in progress.
    News about collections
    There is an annual newsletter.

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