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Finding aid of the Michael A. Lombardi and Paul J. Nash Papers

Finding aid prepared by Michael P. Palmer, 2008. Updated by Kyle Morgan, 2013., © 2008, © 2013

Summary Information

Repository
ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives, USC Libraries, University of Southern California
Creator - Creator
Lombardi, Michael A., 1947-
Creator - Creator
Nash, Paul J., 1934-
Title
Michael A. Lombardi and Paul J. Nash papers
Collection no.
Coll2008.011
Date [inclusive]
1731-2008
Extent
24.75 linear feet.
General Physical Description note
Language
English
Abstract
Writings, publications, correspondence, photocopies, manuscripts, notes, photographs, programs, ephemera, and other material documenting the lives and intellectual interests of partners and gay rights activists Michael Lombardi and Paul Nash. The materials relate in particular to their mutual interest in pioneer German gay activist Karl Heinrich Ulrichs, whose works Lombardi has translated. The collection also documents Nash's work as a newspaper journalist and editor, first at the Los Angles Collegian and later at the gay newspaper  Update. Subject and chronological files demonstrate the range of their interests and their involvement in the GLBT community in Southern California and its struggle for legal and social recognition.

Preferred Citation

[Box/folder #, or item name] Michael A. Lombardi and Paul J. Nash papers, Coll2008-011, ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives, USC Libraries, University of Southern California.

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Biography

Michael Anthony Lombardi was born in Hawick, Scotland, on August 11, 1947, the son of Antonio and Clementina (Morelli) Lombardi. He was raised in an Italian colony in Dublin, Ireland, and immigrated to the United States with his family in 1959. He received his primary and secondary education in Catholic and public schools in Lynwood, California. He interrupted his high school studies in Los Angeles and joined the U.S. Army in 1966, where he received his high school equivalency diploma. After completing his tour of duty, he received his A.A. degree from Compton Junior College, and entered the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), where he graduated with a B.A. in German in 1973. He then entered the UCLA graduate program in German, spending his second year of graduate study at the Gesamthochschule Essen. He became a candidate for the M.A. in 1977, but did not take the degree. In 1983, he resumed graduate study at the ONE Institute for Homophile Studies Graduate School, earning an M.A. and Ph.D. in Homophile Studies in 1984 and 1986, respectively.

Lombardi first became acquainted with the writings of Karl Heinrich Ulrichs (1825-1895), the pioneering German theorist and activist for the legal and social rights of homosexuals, in 1977. From 1979 onwards he translated Ulrichs' works, which he and Paul Nash, his partner since 1972, published privately as "Urania Manuscripts". In 1990, he was approached by Vern Bullough, general editor of Prometheus Books' series on human sexuality, to translate the works of Magnus Hirschfeld. His translation of Hirschfeld's Die Transvestiten (1910) appeared in 1991, and of Hirschfeld's  Die Homosexualität des Mannes und des Weibes (1914) in 2000. He has also published a translation of Ernest Borneman's  Das Geschlechtsleben des Kindes (1985).

Paul Nash was born in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, on February 20, 1934. After graduating from highschool, he spent two years in the U.S. Navy, after which he attended college. In 1962, he moved to Los Angeles, where he was employed in hospital administration and where he met Michael Lombardi, who became his partner in 1972. During the 1970s Nash and Lombardi became increasingly active in civil and gay rights. In 1975, Nash entered Los Angeles City College to study writing, and became involved in newspaper journalism. He served as Executive Editor of the Los Angeles Collegian in 1978. From 1980 to 1983 he was also Los Angeles City Editor of  Update, a gay newspaper serving San Diego and Los Angeles. He was editor and principal financial supporter of "Urania Manuscripts", which he and Lombardi founded to privately publish the latter's translations of the works of Ulrichs and other European writers on homosexuality. The couple also runs the Karl Heinrich Ulrichs website at http://www.angelfire.com/fl3/celebration2000/, which serves as a clearing house for current information on the study of Ulrichs and his contribution to the GLBT movement.

In 1988, Michael Lombardi and Paul Nash moved from Los Angeles to Jacksonville, Florida, where they currently reside.

Sources:

Michael A. Lombardi and Paul J. Nash Papers, Coll2008-011, ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives, Los Angeles

Karl Heinrich Ulrichs Website, http://www.angelfire.com/fl3/celebration2000/ (accessed December 6, 2008).

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Scope and Content of Collection

The collection consists of writings, publications, correspondence, photocopies, manuscripts, notes, photographs, programs, ephemera, and other material documenting the lives and intellectual interests of partners and gay rights activists Michael Lombardi and Paul Nash. The materials relate in particular to their mutual interest in pioneer German gay activist Karl Heinrich Ulrichs, whose works Lombardi has translated. The collection also documents Nash's work as a newspaper journalist and editor, first at the Los Angles Collegian and later at the gay newspaper  Update. Subject and chronological files demonstrate the range of their interests and their involvement in the GLBT community in Southern California and its struggle for legal and social recognition. The collection is arranged in eight series: (1) Michael A. Lombardi, (2) Paul J. Nash, (3) Karl Heinrich Ulrichs website, (4) Subject and Chronological Files, (5) Publications, (6) Photographs, (7) Audio, and (8) Ephemera and Memorabilia.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives, USC Libraries, University of Southern California
© 2008, © 2013
909 West Adams Boulevard
Los Angeles, California, 90007
(213) 821-2771
askone@usc.edu

Conditions Governing Access

The collection is open to researchers. There are no access restrictions.

Conditions Governing Use

All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the ONE Archivist. Permission for publication is given on behalf of ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives at USC Libraries as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained.

Acquisition Information

Gifts of Michael A. Lombardi and Paul J. Nash, 1998 and 2012.

Processing Information

Formerly boxes 103-88, 103-166, 103-167, 103-171 through 103-178, 104-125, and 104-129. Collection processed by Michael P. Palmer, October-December, 2008. Processing this collection has been funded by a generous grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.

Four boxes processed by Charlie Kaufhold and Kyle Morgan were integrated into the collection on June 2013. Processing this accretion was funded by a generous grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.

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Related Materials

Separated Material, 2013

VHS separated to the ONE audiovisual collection:

1993 and 2000 March on Washington

After Stonewall, 1999

The Birdcage. 1996

In & Out, 1997

Paragraph 175, 2000

Periodicals separated to the ONE periodical collection

Gays on the Hill, v.3, no.2 (November-December 1978)

It's Time, newsletter of the National Gay Task Force, v.5, no.10 (December 1978)

Latinos Unidos (August and Semptember 1977)

The Lesbian News, no.42 (January 1979)

The L.O.V.E.R. Home Companion, v.2, no.5 (1978)

Deaccessioned

Unannotated visitor guides and maps for Abruzzo, Italy; L'Aquila, Italy; and Minden, Germany.

Separated Material, 2008

Update, issues 48-75 (January 9, 1981-January 29, 1982), and  The West Hollywood Paper, vol. 1, no. 12 (November 7-14, 1985), removed to ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives Periodicals Collection, December 1, 2008.

anon. n.d. Die Bibel oder die ganze Heilige Schrift des Alten und Neuen Testaments. Cleveland: Central Publishing House.

anon. n.d. Holy Bible with Helps. Revised Standard Version. Nelson.

Baker's pocket Bible concordance. 1974. Grand Rapids, Mich: Baker Book House.

Bell, Robert R., and Michael Gordon. 1972. The social dimension of human sexuality. Boston: Little, Brown.

Bollé, Michael. 1984. Eldorado: homosexuelle Frauen u. Männer in Berlin 1850 - 1950; Geschichte, Alltag u. Kultur; [Ausstellung im Berlin-Museum, 26. Mai - 8. Juli 1984]. Berlin: Frölich und Kaufmann.

Boswell, John. 1980. Christianity, social tolerance, and homosexuality: gay people in Western Europe from the beginning of the Christian era to the fourteenth century. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Bullough, Bonnie, Vern L. Bullough, and James Elias. 1997. Gender blending. Amherst, N.Y.: Prometheus Books.

Confraternity of Christian Doctrine. 1954 (1941). A catechism of Christian doctrine. No. 2. Paterson: St. Anthony Guild Press.

Dannecker, Martin. 1981. Theories of homosexuality. London: Gay Men's Press.

Dynes, Wayne R. 1987. Homosexuality: a research guide. New York: Garland Pub.

Jellonnek, Burkhard. 1990. Homosexuelle unter dem Hakenkreuz: die Verfolgung von Homosexuellen im Dritten Reich. Paderborn: F. Schöningh.

LeVay, Simon. 1996. Queer science the use and abuse of research into homosexuality. Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press.

Los Angeles City College. 1980. Citadel. Volume 21. Los Angeles: Los Angeles City College.

Order of St. Benedict (ed.). 1960 (1959). Our Parish prays and sings. Dialog Mass, Hymns, Chants. Collegeville: The liturgical press.

Robb, Graham. 2004. Strangers: homosexual love in the nineteenth century. New York: W.W. Norton.

Williams, Walter L. 1986. The spirit and the flesh: sexual diversity in American Indian culture. Boston: Beacon Press.

Whitman, Walt. 1926. Leaves of grass. Garden City: Doubleday & Company.

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Controlled Access Headings

Genre(s)

  • Biography
  • Journalism

Personal Name(s)

  • Hermann-Pintus, Lore
  • Hirschfeld, Magnus, 1868-1935
  • Pintus, Liesel
  • Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich, 1825-1895

Subject(s)

  • Gay rights--Germany
  • Gay rights--United States
  • Gays--Biography
  • Homosexuality--Germany--History
  • Homosexuality--Netherlands--History
  • Homosexuality--Political aspects--California--Los Angeles
  • Homosexuality--Social aspects--California--Los Angeles
  • Jews--Persecutions
  • Reporters and reporting

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Collection Inventory

Series 1:  Series 1. Michael A. Lombardi 1731-2008 

Series Scope and Content Summary

This series contains the writings, correspondence, academic and teaching, and personal papers of Michael Lombardi. The bulk of the materials consists of Lombardi's writings, in particular his translations of the works of Karl Heinrich Ulrichs and Magnus Hirschfeld. The series also includes papers, photocopies, notes and other materials relating to Lombardi's studies of the treatment of homosexuals in German society and literature, and extensive correspondence with other researchers on the subject both in the United States and in Europe.

 Subseries 1.1. Writings 1731-2000 

Subseries Scope and Content Summary

This subseries consists of Lombardi's writings. The bulk of the materials consists of Lombardi's translations of the works of the pioneer German gay civil rights activist Karl Heinrich Ulrichs; Lombardi also wrote his ONE Institute of Homophile Studies Ph.D. dissertation, as well as several articles and screenplays, on the Ulrichs' works. He also translated several other works on the history of homosexuals in the Germany and the Netherlands, and the writings of Jewish Holocaust survivors Liesel and Lore-Hermann Pintus. All these translations were originally self-published under the imprint "Urania MSS". His later translations, of Magnus Hirschfeld's Die Transvestiten (1910) and  Die Homosexualität des Mannes und des Weibes (1914), and of Ernest Borneman's  Das Geschlechtsleben des Kindes (1985), were published by Prometheus Books, which also issued  The Riddle of "Man-Manly" Love, Lombardi's translation of Ulrichs' collected  Forschungen über das Rätsel der mannmännlichen Liebe, the individual volumes of which had originally appeared under the "Urania MSS" imprint. The materials consist of photocopies of the original works, completed typescript translations, manuscript translations, notes, and other work papers. The subseries is arranged in six subsubseries: (1) Karl Heinrich Ulrichs, (2) Magnus Hirschfeld, (3) Liesel Pintus and Lore Hermann-Pintus, (4) Urania MSS, (5) Other Writings, and (6) Reviews and Royalties.

 Subsubseries 1.1.1. Karl Heinrich Ulrichs 1864-2008   2.2 linear feet.

Subsubseries Scope and Content Summary

The German lawyer and scholar Karl Heinrich Ulrichs (1825-1895) was an early theorist and activist for the legal and social rights of homosexuals, and is often called "the grandfather of gay liberation". This subssubseries consists of Lombardi's translations of Ulrichs' writings and other materials on Ulrichs by Lombardi. It is arranged in five sections: (A) Ulrichs' texts and Lombardi's translations; (B) Lombardi's doctoral dissertation and grant applications, based on Ulrichs' writings; (C) Lombardi's screenplays relating to Ulrichs; (D) other writings by Lombardi on Ulrichs; and (E) miscellanea. The texts and translations are arranged alphabetically by the original title of each work; the papers include photocopies of the original publication, typescripts, drafts, and notes. The dissertation files consist of several drafts of Lombardi's dissertation. The screenplays files contain screenplays by Lombardi on Ulrichs' life and of his work Raging Sword (  Gladius furens), as well as notes and other materials from a class on screenwriting that Lombardi attended. Lombardi's other writings on Ulrichs include articles, speeches, presentations, and several drafts of a biography/chronology. The miscellaneous materials consist of drawings and other images of Ulrichs, and notes and other materials that could not be assigned to a single work.

 A. Texts and Translations 

Box Folder

 Lombardi, Michael A., and Paul Nash. Sacred Forest (Nemas Sacrum) Uranian Poetry and Quotations from Karl Heinrich Ulrichs (Numa Numantius). Manuscript 1986 

30 17

 Lombardi, Michael A. Draft translations 1977 

2 1-3

 Lombardi, Michael A. Research on Homosexuality in Nineteenth Century Germany 1977 

Scope and Contents note

Contains translations of Karl Heinrich Ulrichs, Gladius furens and  Vier Briefe.

1 47

 Lombardi, Michael A. Translation of the Writings of Karl Heinrich Ulrichs with Special Emphasis on Research on the Riddle of Man-Manly Love. Manuscript 1985 

30 16
Box

 Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich. Alaudae 1889-1892   Photocopy of original publication.

11
Box Folder

 Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich. Apicula latina; Lateinische Studentenlieder 1880   Photocopy of original publication.

1 2

 Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich. Ara spei; Moralphilosophische und sozialphilosophie Studien über mannmännliche Liebe 1865   Photocopy of original publication.

1 3

 Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich. Araxes; Ruf nach Befreiung der Urnungsnatur vom Strafgesetz 1870 

Box Folder

 Photocopy of original publication 1870 

1 4

 Araxes; A Call to Free the nature of the Urning from Penal Law. Trans. Michael A. Lombardi 1981 

1 5

 Araxes; A Call to Free the nature of the Urning from Penal Law. Trans. Michael A. Lombardi. Draft manuscript 1981 

1 6
Box Folder

 Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich. Argonauticus; Zastrow und die Urnige des pietistischen, ultramontanen und freidenkenden Lagers 1869   Photocopy of original publication.

1 7

 Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich. Auf Bienchens Flügeln 1875   Photocopy of original publication.

1 8

 Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich. Critische Pfeile. Denkschrift über die Bestrafung der Urnungsliebe 1886   Photocopy of original publication.

1 9

 Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich. Cupressi; Carmina in memoriam Ludovici II. Regis Bavariae 1887 

Box Folder

 Photocopy of original publication 1887 

1 10

 A Casket of Cypress Wood; Lyric Poems in Memory of Ludwig II., King of Bavaria. Trans. Michael A. Lombardi 1983 

1 11

 A Casket of Cypress Wood; Lyric Poems in Memory of Ludwig II., King of Bavaria. Manuscript. Trans. Michael A. Lombardi-Nash 1983 

30 10

 A Casket of Cypress Wood; Lyric Poems in Memory of Ludwig II., King of Bavaria. Trans. Michael A. Lombardi-Nash 1984 

1 12

 A Casket of Cypress Wood; Lyric Poems in Memory of Ludwig II., King of Bavaria. Trans. Michael A. Lombardi-Nash 2000 

29 4

 Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich. Formatrix; Anthropologische Studien über mannmännliche Liebe 1865 

Box Folder

 Photocopy of original publication 1865 

1 13

 Formatrix. Trans. Michael A. Lombardi 1980 

1 14

 Formatrix. Trans. Michael A. Lombardi. Draft manuscript 1980 

1 15

 Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich. Gladius furens; Das Naturräthsel der Urnungsliebe und der Irrthum als Gesetzgeber 1868 

Box Folder

 Annotated photocopy of original publication 1868 

1 16

 Raging Sword. Trans. Michael A. Lombardi 1977 

1 17

 Raging Sword. Trans. Michael A. Lombardi. Old master 1977 

1 18

 Raging Sword. Trans. Michael A. Lombardi. Master 1977 

1 19

 Raging Sword. Trans. Michael A. Lombardi. Binder 1978 

1 20

 Raging Sword. Trans. Michael A. Lombardi. Alternative pages 1977 

1 21

 Raging Sword. Trans. Michael A. Lombardi. Publication markup 1977 

1 22

 Raging Sword. Manuscript. Trans. Michael A. Lombardi 1978 

29 10

 Raging Sword (Gladius furens). Manuscript. Trans. Michael A. Lombardi 1978 

29 23

 Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich. Inclusa; Anthopologische Studien über mannmännliche Geschlechtsliebe 1864 

Box Folder

 Photocopy of original publication 1864 

1 23

 Inclusa; Anthropological Studies on Sexual Love Between Men. Trans. Michael A. Lombardi 1979 

1 24

 Manuscript 1978 

29 8
Box Folder

 Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich. Incubus; Urnungsliebe und Blutgier 1869   Photocopy of original publication.

1 25

 Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich. Letters 1977-1993 

Scope and Contents note

Includes Michael Lombardi translations of Four Letters to his Kinsfolk (1977),  Five Letters by Karl Heinrich Ulrichs (1992),   Letter to Karlk Heinrich Ulrichs in Wurzburg from Karl Maria Kertbeny in Hanover (1993), and  Two Letters by Karl Heinrich Ulrichs to Paul Heyse (1984).

29 5

 Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich. Letter to Paul Heyse November 10, 1879   Photocopy.

1 26

 Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich. Letters to His Publishers and Other Correspondence (1862-1879). Trans. Michael A. Lombardi 1985 

Box Folder

 3rd ed. Trans. Michael A. Lombardi-Nash. 2000 

29 6

 3rd ed. Trans. Michael A. Lombardi-Nash. Corrected computer printout 2000 

1 30

 Annotated draft typescript 1985 

1 29

 Draft manuscript 1985 

1 28

 Master 1985 

1 27

 Manuscript 1985 

30 15

 Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich. Manor. Trans. Michael A. Lombardi 1977-1982 

Box Folder

 Typescript 1977-1982 

1 31

 Bound manuscript, first draft, third draft, Paul Nash edited draft, and other working papers 1980-1982 

29 7

 Work papers circa 1982 

1 32

 Manuscript 1982 

30 2
Box Folder

 Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich. Matrosengeschichten 1885   Photocopy of original publication.

1 33

 Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich. Memnon; Die Geschlechtsnatur des mannliebenden Urnings 1868 

Box Folder

 Photocopy of original publication 1868 

1 34

 Memnon. Trans. Michael A. Lombardi. Incomlete draft manuscript 1983-1984 

1 35

 Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich. Nemus sacrum 1981 

Box Folder

 Sacred Forest. Trans. Michael A. Lombardi 1981 

1 36

 Sacred Forest. Trans. Michael A. Lombardi. Draft manuscript 1981, 1986 

1 37

 Sacred Forest. Manuscript. Translated by Michael A. Lombardi 1986 

29 11
Box Folder

 Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich. Prometheus; Beiträge zur Erforschung des Naturräthsels des Uranismus und zur Erörderung der sittlichen und gesellschaftlichen Interessen des Urningthums 1870   Photocopy of original publication.

1 38

 Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich. Prometheus. Manuscript 1987 

30 18

 Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich. Research on the Riddle of Man-Manly Love. Manuscript 1998 

30 24

 Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich. Research on the Riddle of Love Between Men. Signed manuscript. 1978 

29 25

 Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich. Sailor Stories 1990 

29 12

 Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich. Sailor Stories 1990 

30 23

 Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich. Sailor Stories and other Writings by the First Known Gay Activist 2007-2008   [2 folders]

29 13-14

 Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich. Two letters by Karl Heinrich Ulrichs to Paul Heyse. Manuscript 1984 

30 13

 Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich. Vier Briefe 1977 

Box Folder

 Letters to His Kinfolk. Trans. Michael A. Lombardi 1977 

1 39

 Letters to His Kinfolk. Trans. Michael A. Lombardi. Master 1977 

1 40

 Letters to His Kinfolk. Manuscript. Trans. Michael A. Lombardi 1978 

29 21

 Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich. Vindex; Social-juristische Studien über mannmännliche Geschlechtsliebe 1864 

Box Folder

 Photocopy of original publication 1864 

1 41

 Vindex; Social-Juridical Studies on the Sexual Love Between Men. Trans. Michael A. Lombardi 1979 

1 42

 Vindex; Social-Juridical Studies on the Sexual Love Between Men. Trans. Michael A. Lombardi. Master 1979 

1 43

 Vindex; Social-Juridical Studies on the Sexual Love Between Men. Trans. Michael A. Lombardi. Drafts 1979-1982 

1 44

 Manuscript 1979 

29 24

 Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich. Vindicta; Kampf für Freiheit von Verfolgung 1865 

Box Folder

 Photocopy of original publication 1865 

1 45

 Vindicta (Rod of Freedom). Trans. Michael A. Lombardi. Manuscript 1980 

1 46

 Signed manuscript 1980 

29 9
Box Folder

 Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich. Volume III: Rod of Freedom. Manuscript 1988 

30 19

 Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich. Volume VI: Raging Sword. Manuscript 1989 

30 22

 Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich. Volume VIII: Incubus. Manuscript 1989 

30 21

 Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich. Volume XI: Araxes. Manuscript 1988 

30 20

 B. Dissertation 

Box Folder

 Dissertation 1st Draft 1984 

27 10

 Dissertation 2nd Draft 1984 

27 11

 Dissertation "The Translation of the Writings of Karl Heinrich Ulrichs with Special Emphasis on Research on the Riddle of Man-Manly Love" 1984 

27 12

 Draft (binder) 1984 

2 5

 Draft (incomplete) 1984 

2 6

 Lombardi, Michael A. Translation of the Writings of Karl Heinrich Ulrichs with Special Emphasis on Research on the Riddle of the Love Between Men. PhD Dissertation, One Institute Graduate School October 1984 

2 4

 C. Screenplays 

Box Folder

 Screenwriting '84 1984-1986   Binder.

2 7

 Screenwriting 1986-1987 

2 8

 Screenplay 1986   2.0 spiral notebooks

2 9

 The Eagle (Screenplay) 1985-1986 

2 10

 The Eagle of the Rock (Screenplay) 1986 

Box Folder

 Version A circa 1986 

2 11

 Version B. Revised October 24, 1986 

2 12

 Version B. Revised October 24, 1986   Typescript.

2 13

 Version B. Revised October 24, 1986   Photocopy typescript.

2 14

 Version C August 29, 1986   Incomplete.

2 15
Box Folder

 Gay Pioneer Karl Heinrich Ulrichs (Video screenplay) 1987 

2 16

 Raging Sword (Screenplay) 1987 

2 17

 Raging Sword (Screenplay on the life of Karl Heinrich Ulrichs) 1987 

29 3

 D. Other Writings on Ulrichs 

 Biography-Chronology of Karl Heinrich Ulrichs 1984 

Box Folder

 Binder 1984 

2 18

 Typescript 1984 

2 19
Box Folder

 "Karl Heinrich Ulrichs: A Hero for the 80s". Presentation at the Gay Academic Union 9th National Conference, San Diego, CA November 26, 1983 

2 20

 Karl Heinrich Ulrichs Biography. Footnotes & Bibliography 1985 

2 21

 Karl Heinrich Ulrichs: Ein Vorbild fuer den 1980er Jahren. 2nd draft by Michael A. Lombardi 1985 

30 14

 Karl Heinrich Ulrichs: Hero for the Future 1985 

2 22

 Karl Heinrich Ulrichs: Hero of the 80s circa 1983-1985 

2 23

 Karl Heinrich Ulrichs' Manor: Homosexuality and Vampirism circa 1985 

2 24

 Karl Heinrich Ulrichs and Amerika,  Karl Heinrich Ulrichs: Hero for the Future, and "Karl Heinrich Ulrichs: Ein Vorbild fuer den 1980er Jahren" 1985-2000, undated 

27 14

 The Uranians Are Everywhere (Children's book) 1978 

2 25

 E. Ulrichs Miscellanea 

Box Folder

 Graphics no date 

2 26

 Miscellaneous no date 

2 27

 Miscellaneous undated 

Scope and Contents note

Includes parts of Ulrich's The Urning and his Rights,  Critical Arrows, a letter to the Cotta Book Publishing Company, and assorted title pages.

29 26

 Clippings: Karl Heinrich Ulrichs 1978, 2002 

27 6

 Subsubseries 1.1.2. Magnus Hirschfeld 1898-1999   0.2 linear foot.

Subsubseries Scope and Content Summary

This subsubseries consists of materials relating to Lombardi's translations of various works by the pioneer German sexologist Magnus Hirschfeld (1868-1935). Lombardi initially translated works by Hirschfeld that concerned Ulrichs; later, at the instigation of Vern Bullough and Prometheus Books, he undertook translations of two of Hirschfeld's major works, Die Transvestiten (1910) and  Die Homosexualität des Mannes und des Weibes (1914). The materials in the subsubseries include finished translations of two of Hirschfeld's writings on Ulrichs, work papers for Lombardi's translation of  Die Transvestiten, and a photocopy of  Die Homosexualität des Mannes und des Weibes.

Box Folder

 Hirschfeld, Magnus. [ Die Homosexualität des Mannes und des Weibes (1914)].  Homosexuality of Men and Women. Translated by Michael A. Lombardi. Work papers 1999 

2 28

 Hirschfeld, Magnus. [Introduction to Karl Heinrich Ulrichs, Forschungen über das Rätsel der mannmännlichen Liebe (1898 edition)].  Research on Love Between Men. Translated by Michael A. Lombardi (Urania MSS) circa 1978 

Box Folder

  circa 1978 

2 29

 Master copy circa 1978 

2 30
Box Folder

 Hirschfeld, Magnus. [“Drei deutsche Gräber in fernem Land”. Vierteljahrsberichte des Wissenschaftlich-humanitären Komitees, Jg. 1, H. 1 (October 1909)]. Three German Graves in a Distant Land; A Report in Poetic Form. Translated by Michael A. Lombardi 1985 

2 31

 Hirschfeld, Magnus. Die Transvestiten; eine Untersuchung über die erotischen Verkleidungstreib 1910   2.0 folders Photocopy ().

2 32-33

 Hirschfeld, Magnus. The Restoration of the Good Name of Homosexual Men and Women and other Writings and  Research on the Love between Men 1992 

28 12

 Hirschfeld, Magnus. The Restoration of the Good Name of Homosexual Men and Woman and other Writings. Translated by Michael A. Lombardi 1992 

28 21

 Subsubseries 1.1.3. Liesel Pintus and Lore Hermann-Pintus 1945-1982   0.4 linear foot.

Subsubseries Scope and Content Summary

In 1979, Lombardi was engaged by Hilda Goldsmith to translate the memoirs of her mother, Liesel Pintus, and a novel by the latter's mother, Lore Hermann-Pintus, both German Holocaust survivors. The writings have no homosexual context. This subsubseries consists of photocopies of the original German texts and typescript and manuscript translations.

Box Folder

 Pintus, Liesel. Die Befreiung [Liberation Day]. Translated by Michael A. Lombardi August 22, 1979 

2 36

 Pintus, Liesel. Hidden Freedom (August 9, 1942) - Open Prison (July 19, 1944). Translated by Michael A. Lombardi 1979 

2 35

 Pintus, Liesel. Letter, November 29, 1945. Translated by Michael A. Lombardi August 22, 1979 

2 37

 Pintus, Liesel. The Ninth of August, 1941. Translated by Michael A. Lombardi August 22, 1979 

2 34

 Pintus, Lore Hermann. Aber der Führer weiss es nicht [What Hitler Failed to Know] no date 

Box Folder

 German text no date 

2 38

 Part 1, pp. 1-25. Translated by Michael A. Lombardi 1979 

2 39

 "Secrets from Hitler". Part 1, pp. 1-115. Translated by Michael A. Lombardi 1979 

3 1

 Part 1, pp. 51-131. Translated by Michael A. Lombardi December 29, 1979 

3 2

 Parts 2-3. Translated by Michael A. Lombardi June 9-September 3, 1981   Manuscript.

3 3

 Part 2, pp. 132-202. Translated by Michael A. Lombardi February 4, 1982 

3 4

 Bound manuscript 1982 

28 8

 Manuscript 1982 

28 9-11
Box Folder

 Pintus, Liesel. The Diary of Liesel Pintus: The Hiding, the Discovery, and the Day of Liberation 1942-1945 1982 

29 2

 Subsubseries 1.1.4. Urania MSS 1731-1993   0.7 linear foot.

Subsubseries Scope and Content Summary

Lombardi's translations of Ulrichs' works were self-published, with the editorial and financial support of his partner, Paul Nash, under the imprint "Urania MSS". This imprint also included Lombardi's translations of Hirschfeld's works on Ulrichs, the Pintus Holocaust memoirs and novel, and works on homosexuality by other European authors such as Karoly Maria Benkert, who first used the word "homosexual" in its modern context, Anna Rueling, considered the first lesbian activist, Reimar Lenz, L.S.A.M. von Roemer, Rob Tielman, and Adriaan Venema. The works focus in particular on the history of homosexuality in Germany and the Netherlands and the Nazi persecution of homosexuals. The materials in this subsubseries consist of "master" copies of completed translations, with some photocopies of original publications, notes, and manuscript translations, as well as the business records of the imprint, including invoices, receipts, orders, expenses, correspondence, and draft publicity materials.

 A. Texts 

Box Folder

 Ambach, Juerg. Man to Man, Woman to Woman: Nothing new in the World of the Animals: Homosexuality in the Animal Kingdom. Translated by Michael A. Lombardi 1982 

30 11

 Ambach, Jurg. Karl Heinrich Ulrichs: One of our First Pioneers.Translated by Michael A. Lombardi 1983 

28 4

 Ambach, Jurg. Karl Heinrich Ulrichs: One of our First Pioneers.Translated by Michael A. Lombardi 1983 

30 9

 Benkert, Karoly Maria. Paragraph 143 of the Prussian Penal Code of 14 April 1851 and its Preservation as paragraph 152 in the Draft of a Penal Code for the North German Confederation (1905). Translated by Michael A. Lombardi 1982 

3 5

 Benkert, Karoly Maria. Paragraph 143 of the Prussian Penal Code of 14 April 1851 and its Preservation as paragraph 152 in the Draft of a Penal Code for the North German Confederation. Translated by Michael A. Lombardi 1982 

30 5

 Conchez, Antonio L. A Gay Cuban in Exile: Memoires and Letters of a Refugee (1980). Translated by Michael A. Lombardi 1983 

28 5

 Conchez, Antonio L. A Gay Cuban in Exile, Memories and Letters of a Refugee. Translated by Michael A. Lombardi 1983 

30 8

 Frolich and Kaufmann. Eldorado: Homosexual Women and Men in Berlin 1850-1950 (1984). Translated by Michael A. Lombardi 1992   [2 folders]

28 6-7

 Hiller, Kurt. On the Question of Designation (1946). Translated by Michael A. Lombardi 1982 

3 6

 Hiller, Kurt. On the Question of Terminology (1946). Translated by Michael A. Lombardi 1982 

30 6

 Jellonnek, Burkhard. Homosexuals under the Swastika: The Persecution of Homosexuals in the Third Reich (1990). Translated by Michael A. Lombardi 1993   [5 folders]

28 13-17

 Karsch-Haack, Ferdinand. Same-Sex Life of Pre-literate Peoples (1911). Translated by Michael A. Lombardi. Prospectus circa 1982 

3 7

 Lenz, Reimar. The Wholesale Murder of Homosexuals in the Third Reich (1967). Translated by Michael A. Lombardi 1979 

3 8

 Lenz, Reimar. The Wholesale Murder of Homosexuals in the Third Reich (1967). Manuscript. Translated by Michael A. Lombardi 1979 

28 23

 Lenz, Reimar; Venema, Adriaan; Tielman, Rob. The Gay Holocaust: th Dutch and German Experience under Nazi Germany. Translated by Michael A. Lombardi 1979 

28 18

 Mann, Klaus. Andreas Receives a Visitor. Translated by Michael A. Lombardi 1983 

28 19

 Mann, Klaus. Andreas Receives a Visitor. Translated by Michael A. Lombardi 1982 

30 7

 Persichetti, Nicolo. In Memoriam Caroli Henrici Ulrichs 1896 

Box Folder

 Photocopy of original publication 1896 

3 9

 In Memory of Carl Heinrich Ulrichs. Translated by Michael A. Lombardi 1982 

3 10

 In Memory of Karl Heinrich Ulrichs. Manuscript. Translated by Michael A. Lombardi 1983 

29 1

 Manuscript. Trans. Michael A. Lombardi 1982 

30 3

 von Roemer, L.S.A.M. Uranism in the Netherlands Till the Nineteenth Century (1906). Translated by Michael A. Lombardi circa 1978-1982 

Box Folder

  Circa 1982 

3 11

 Master copy circa 1982 

3 12

 Typescript (incomplete) circa 1982 

3 13

 Manuscript 1978 

30 1
Box Folder

 Rolf (Karl Meier). Heinrich Hoessli: On the 100th year of his Death. Translated by Michael A. Lombardi 1982 

30 4

 Rolf (pseudonym for Karl Meier). Heinrich Hössli: On the 100th year of His Death: 24 December 1964. Translated by Michael A. Lombardi 1982 

3 14

 Rolf (pseudonym for Karl Meier). Something Unusual (1953). Translated by Michael A. Lombardi 1982 

3 15

 Rueling, Anna. What Interest Does the Women's Movement Have in Solving the Homosexual Problem? (1905). Translated by Michael A. Lombardi 1977 

Box Folder

  1977 

3 16

 Master copy 1977 

3 17

 Translated by Michael A. Lombardi-Nash 1984 

3 18

 Various translations by Michael A. Lombardi 1977-2000 

29 22
Box Folder

 Stumke, Hans-Georg. Homosexuals in Germany: A Politcal History (1989). Manuscript. Translated by Michael A. Lombardi 1992 

28 24

 Tielman, Rob. Persecution of Homosexuals in the Second World War in the Netherlands (1978). Translated by Michael A. Lombardi 1979 

3 19

 Valk, Emanuel. The Trial of a Gay Preacher in 18th Century Holland (1731). Translated by Michael A. Lombardi. Manuscript no date 

3 20

 Valk, Emanuel. The Trial of a Gay Preacher in 18th Century Holland. Manuscript. Translated by Michael A. Lombardi. 1984 

29 15

 Valk, Emanuel. The Trial of a Gay Preacher in 18th Century Holland (1731). Translated by Michael A. Lombardi. Manuscript 1984 

30 12

 Venema, Adriaan. The Persecution of Homosexuals by the Nazis (1969). Translated by Michael A. Lombardi. Master copy no date 

3 21

 Venema, Adriaan. The Persecution of Homosexuals by the Nazis (1969). Manuscripts. Translated by Michael A. Lombardi 1978 

28 22

 Zschokke, Heinrich. Eros, or On Love (1859). Translated by Michael A. Lombardi 1987 

3 22

 B. Business Records 

Box Folder

  1977-1981   2.0 folders.

3 23-24

  1982 

3 25

  1983 

3 26

  1984 

3 27

  1985 

3 28

  1986 

3 29

 Background Material 1978-2008 

29 16

 Business Plan: Notes 1990-1994 

27 2

 Catalogues, Advertisement Order Forms, and Newsletters 1978-1994 

29 17

 Miscellaneous 1978-1987 

3 30

 Receipts and Correspondence 1986-1994 

29 18-20

 Subsubseries 1.1.5. Other Writings 1977-1992   1.0 folder.

Subsubseries Scope and Content Summary

This subsubseries consists of two folders, containing translations into German by Lombardi of brochures for the films of gay erotic filmmaker William Higgins and his company, Laguna Pacific; as well as a translation of Hans Dietrich Hellbach's "The Love Between Friends" and translations and paraphrases from Roger Pyrefitte's Roy: A Novel.

Box Folder

 Lombardi, Michael A. Translations for William Higgins / Laguna Pacific 1982-1984 

3 31

 Miscellaneous Translations 1977-1992 

Scope and Contents note

Translation of Hans Dietrich Hellbach's "The Love Between Friends" and translations and paraphrases from Roger Pyrefitte's Roy: A Novel.

28 20

 Subsubseries 1.1.6. Reviews and Royalties 1991-1998   2.0 folders.

Subsubseries Scope and Content Summary

This subsubseries contains materials relating primarily to Lombardi's translation of Hirschfeld's Die Transvestiten, and to royalties from the book's publisher, Prometheus Books.

Box Folder

 Reviews & Publicity 1991-1998 

3 32

 Royalties 1993-1998 

3 33

 Subseries 1.2. Correspondence 1975-2003 

Subseries Scope and Content Summary

This subseries consists of Lombardi's correspondence. The bulk of the general correspondence consists of letters from fellow researchers in the United States and Europe relating to Karl Heinrich Ulrichs, and the history of homosexuality in Germany and the Netherlands. The correspondents include Kent Gerard, Hubert Kennedy, and Jim Steakley in the United States, and Giovanni Dall'Orto, Wolfgang Kirchstein, and Eckhard Prinz in Europe. The materials also include personal letters from friends, including Los Angeles gay activist Don Amador, and from Lombardi's aunt Elena in Ireland. The Prometheus Books / Vern Bullough correspondence consists of letters relating to the publication and scholarly reception of Lombardi's translations of Hirschfeld's works, as well as Prometheus Books' 1994 publication of The Riddle of "Man-Manly" Love, Lombardi's translation of Ulrichs' collected  Forschungen über das Rätsel der mannmännlichen Liebe. The materials include a large number of personal letters from Bullough.

 General Correspondence 1975-1998 

Box Folder

  1975-1979 

3 34

  1980-1983 

3 35

  1984   Not ordered.

3 36

  1985   Not ordered.

3 37

  1986   Not ordered.

4 1

  1987 

4 2

 Clippings 1989-1998 

4 3

  1990 

4 4

  1993 

4 5

  1994-1998 

4 6

  No date 

4 7

 Prometheus Books / Vern Bullough Correspondence 1989-1995   2 folders.

Box Folder

  1989-1995   Contents in reverse chronological order.

4 8

  1996-2000   Contents in reverse chronological order.

4 9
Box Folder

 Ulrichs Correspondence 1978 

4 10

 Correspondence, Assorted 1978-2003   [2 folders]

27 8-9

 Subseries 1.3. Academic Studies, Teaching, and Grants 1972-2003 

Subseries Scope and Content Summary

This subseries contains materials relating to Lombardi's formal academic studies, through 1977 at UCLA, and from 1983 at ONE Institute for Homophile Studies Graduate School. The materials for Lombardi's studies at UCLA include papers, photocopies, bibliographies, and notes for courses in German language, literature, and film. The materials for Lombardi's studies at ONE Institute include similar materials on the history of homosexuality in Germany and the treatment of homosexuality in German literature, focusing on the period before 1900. The Curricula files contain additional papers, photocopies, and notes on homosexuality in Germany in the 18th, 19th, and early 20th centuries; the dates of the materials they contain suggest they were created in the interval between Lombardi's studies at UCLA and at ONE Institute. The subseries also includes his research grant applications, copy of Don Amador's 1977 Gay Studies guide, materials relating to Lombardi's participation in the Gay Student's Union at Los Angeles City College in 1979/80, a file of correspondence with the academic administration at ONE Institute from 1982 to 1986, note cards on German literature and bibliographic cards for Lombardi's dissertation, and reading lists for courses in the German Homophile Movement and Homophile Literature that Lombardi taught at ONE Institute in 1984 and 1987.

Box Folder

 Amador, Don. Gay Studies 1977 

4 11

 Amador, Dan. Gay Studies. Includes 2 Lombardi translations. Manuscript. 1978 

30 27

 Class Notes 1977, 1981 

Box Folder

  1977 

4 12

  1981 

5 1
Box Folder

 Curricula 1974-1987   2.0 folders.

5 2-3

 Curricula 2 no date   2.0 folders.

5 4-5

 Curricula 3 1977-1985 

5 6

 Curricula 3. Newspaper Clippings 1977-1985 

5 7

 Flyers promoting Lombardi lectures at ONE 1978-1979 

27 16

 Flyers promoting Lombardi translations through League of Voters for Equal Rights (L.O.V.E.R.) 1978 

27 20

 Funding Proposals 1978 

27 17

 Gays in the Movement in Germany no date 

4 13

 German Film 1972-1984 

6 1

 German Poets circa 1977-1980 

4 14

 Lesbian and Gay Studies class material and a cafe talk paper on "Karl Heinrich Ulrichs and America" 1990-2000 

28 3

 Lombardi, Michael A. Chronological Summary of German Gay/Homophile Roots in the 19th Century. Draft 1983   2.0 folders.

4 15-16

 Lombardi, Michael A. Homophile Curricula in Germanic Languages. Political & Cultural History. ONE Institute Graduate School 1982 

Box Folder

 Book 1 of 3 1982 

4 17

 Book 2 of 3 1982 

4 18

 Book 3 of 3 1982 

4 19
Box Folder

 Lombardi, Michael A. Homophile Literature in Germanic Languages. ONE Institute Graduate School 1982 

4 20

 Lombardi, Michael A. Homophile Literature in Germanic Languages. ONE Institute Graduate School 1982 

27 15

 Lombardi, Michael A. Translation of the Writings of Karl Heinrich Ulrichs with Special Emphasis on Research on the Riddle of the Love Between Men. PhD Dissertation, One Institute Graduate School October 1984 

27 12

 Los Angeles City College 1979-1980 

4 21
Box

 Note cards on German Literature / Dissertation Bibliography circa 1975-1985 

23
Box Folder

 ONE Institute Graduate School 1982-1986 

4 22

 Platen. German Romanticism 1977 

4 23

 Reference Books (photocopies of covers and annotated pages) 1926-2003 

Separated Materials note

Books have been integrated into the ONE Archives library.

27 1

 Research Grant Application: Ethnic Studies Heritage Program 1978-1979 

27 28

 Research Grant Application: National Endowment for the Humanities 05.31.1978 

27 29

 Research Grant Application: National Endowment for the Humanities 1979 

27 30

 Research Grant Application: National Endowment for the Humanities. Research on Homosexuality in 19th Century Germany. 1979   [2 folders]

28 1-2

 UCLA Dutch Papers 1977 

4 24

 UCLA German Papers 1976-1977 

4 25

 UCLA Term Papers circa 1970-1975 

4 26

 ONE Institute Graduate School. German Homophile Movement (1984). Reading list / Homophile Literature 500 (1987). Reading list & syllabus 1984, 1987 

4 27

 Subseries 1.4. Personal 1966-1987 

Subseries Scope and Content Summary

This subseries consists of personal materials relating to Lombardi found in the collection. The documents include biographical notes and his last will; his military record; his M.A. diploma from the ONE Institute of Homophile Studies Graduate School; his correspondence with Jim Morris; household financial records, and trick lists.

Box Folder

 Biographical Notes and Last Will 1983-1987 

4 28

 Homosexuelle Initiative Essen (Germany) 1976 

27 18

 Lombardi, Annette 1978 

4 29

 MA Diploma, ONE Institute of Homophile Studies Graduate School January 29, 1984 

26 1

 Military Record 1966-1968 

6 2

 Miscellaneous 1979-1986 

4 30

 Miscellaneous 1972-1987 

Scope and Contents note

Includes a signed copy of the program for the Stonewall Democratic Club's Tribute to Morris Kight, research material, subject files, notes, manuscript title pages, and copyright applications for Venus Urania and  Poetry and Prose by Karl Heinrich Ulrichs.

27 21

 Morris, Jim 1983-1986 

4 31

 Personal Finances 1985 

4 32

 Trick Card File 1982 

22 1

 Trick Lists 1984 

4 33

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Series 2:  Series 2. Paul J. Nash 1975-1987   7.5

Series Scope and Content Summary

This series consists of materials created solely, or principally, by Paul Nash. The bulk of the materials relates to Nash's writings, in particular his work as a newspaper editor and journalist, beginning on the Los Angeles Collegian, the Los Angeles City College student newspaper, then as Los Angeles City editor of  Update, a gay newspaper for San Diego and Los Angeles. The materials include an incomplete run of the  Los Angeles Collegian from October 1976 to June 1978, as well as investigative and subject files, correspondence, news stories, news releases, clippings, postcards, flyers, and other materials used to provide information for each issue of  Update. The series also includes materials used by Nash to research and write his M.A. thesis on the  Treatment of Homosexuality in the Editorials, Political Cartoons and Opinions in the Los Angeles Times 1984, and a small number of files relating to Nash's personal life and academic studies.

 Subseries 2.1. Writings 1982-1987 

Subseries Scope and Content Summary

This subseries contains Nash's thesis and his writings on Karl Heinrich Ulrichs.

 Subsubseries 2.1.1. Thesis 1984-1987   3.2 linear feet.

Subsubseries Scope and Content Summary

This subsubseries contains the materials for Nash's ONE Institute Graduate School M.A. thesis on the Treatment of Homosexuality in the Editorials, Political Cartoons and Opinions in the Los Angeles Times 1984. These materials include drafts, forms, and various keyword and cross reference indexes, as well as clippings of the articles analyzed in the thesis. The clippings extend from January 1984 through December 1987, an indication that Nash originally intended to expand his thesis into a doctoral dissertation.

Box Folder

 Nash, Paul J. Treatment of Homosexuality in the Editorials, Political Cartoons and Opinions in the Los Angeles Times 1984. M.A. Thesis, ONE Institute, Graduate School. First Draft 1985 

27 24

 Nash, Paul J. Treatment of Homosexuality in the Editorials, Political Cartoons and Opinions in the Los Angeles Times 1984. M.A. Thesis, ONE Institute, Graduate School. Drafts 1985 

7 1

 Forms 1985 

7 2

 Los Angeles Times. Gay News Stories 1984   2.0 folders.

7 3-4

 Los Angeles Times. Gay News in the Los Angeles Times 1984: A Keyword Report. Compiled Paul J. Nash 1986 

7 5

 Los Angeles Times. Gay News Stories 1985 

7 6

 Los Angeles Times. Gay News in the Los Angeles Times 1985: Cross Reference. Compiled Paul J. Nash 1985 

7 7

 Los Angeles Times. Clippings January 1984 - December 1987 

Box Folder

  January-March 1984 

7 8

  April-June 1984 

7 9

  July-September 1984 

7 10

  October-December 1984 

7 11

  January-February 1985 

7 12

  March-April 1985 

7 13

  May 1985 

7 14

  June 1985 

7 15

  July 1985 

7 16

  August 1985 

7 17

  September 1985 

7 18

  October 1985 

7 19

  November 1985 

7 20

  December 1985 

7 21

  January 1986 

8 1

  February 1986 

8 2

  March 1986 

8 3

  April 1986 

8 4

  May 1986 

8 5

  June 1986 

8 6

  July 1986 

8 7

  August1986 

8 8

  September 1986 

8 9

  October 1986 

8 10

  November 1986 

8 11

  December 1986 

8 12

  January 1987 

8 13

  February 1987 

8 14

  March 1987 

8 15

  April 1987 

8 16

  May 1987 

8 17

  June 1987 

8 18

  July 1987 

9 1

  August 1987 

9 2

  September 1987 

9 3

  October 1987 

9 4

  November 1987 

10 1

  December 1987 

10 2

 Subsubseries 2.1.2. Karl Heinrich Ulrichs 1982   2.0 folders.

Subsubseries Scope and Content Summary

Although Lombardi was Ulrichs' translator, Nash wrote at least two articles on Ulrichs.

Box Folder

 Nash, Paul J. Karl Heinrich Ulrichs: A Monument in Gay Literature 1982 

4 34

 Nash, Paul J. Karl Heinrich Ulrichs Manor; A Fiction 1982 

4 35
Box Folder

 "Gay Liberation and Gay Pride" 1970 

27 13

 Subseries 2.2. Newspapers 1972-1983 

Subseries Scope and Content Summary

Nash began regular newspaper work as a student at Los Angeles City College, where he served on the student newspaper, the Los Angeles Collegian, from October 1976 through June 1978, the last five months as Executive Editor. From April 1980 through December 1983 he was Los Angeles City Editor of the bi-weekly gay newspaper  Update. The files include an incomplete run of the  Los Angeles Collegian from October 1976 to June 1978, as well as investigative and subject files, correspondence, news stories, news releases, clippings, postcards, flyers, and other materials used to provide information for each issue of  Update.

 Subsubseries 2.2.1. Los Angeles Collegian 1976-1978   1.0 linear foot.

Subsubseries Scope and Content Summary

As a student at Los Angeles City College, Paul Nash actively participated in the college newspaper, the Los Angeles Collegian. He first appears on the masthead as a staff writer in early October 1976, and from late October 1976 through January 1977 served as City Editor. In February 1977 he again appears as a staff writer. He became Arts and Entertainment Editor in September 1977, and from February to at least June 1978 served as Executive Editor. This subsubseries includes an incomplete run of the  Los Angeles Collegian from September 1976 to June 1978, as well as Nash's stringboard for Spring 1978.

Box

 Los Angeles Collegian, vol 95, no. 1 (issue 2990) - vol. 98, no. 17 (issue 3051) September 17, 1976-June 2, 1978   [oversized]

Scope and Contents note

Incomplete run.

24

 Journalism Association of Community Colleges. State Convention. JACC All-State. No. 1 April 22, 1977   [oversized]

24
Box Folder

 Stringboard Spring 1978 

4 36

 Subsubseries 2.2.2. Update 1978-1983   3.0 linear feet.

Subsubseries Scope and Content Summary

In the early 1980s, both Nash and Lombardi worked for Update, a bi-weekly newspaper for the GLBT communities in San Diego and Los Angeles. Both appear for the first time in the masthead for the issue of April 4, 1980, Nash as Los Angeles City Editor, and Lombardi as a Los Angeles staff writer. Lombardi's name appears for the last time in the issue for August 21, 1981, although he continued to work on the "Calendar" column until 1982; Nash continued as Los Angeles City Editor through December 1983. This subsubseries consists of two sets of files: issue files and research files. The issue files, created by Nash, are arranged chronologically, and contain correspondence, news stories, news releases, clippings, postcards, flyers, and other materials used to provide information for each issue, in particular the "Calendar" column. Each piece is marked with the number of the issue in which the information it provided appears; items whose information is repeated in more than one issue may be found in the folder for any of these issues. The research files consist of a small number of files, most created by Nash and containing notes in his hand, relating to specific, usually long-running, issues covered by the Los Angeles desk of the newspaper, in particular, relations between the GLBT community and the Los Angeles City Police Department (including police harassment of gays in Griffith Park), and the controversy over the 1981 order by California Governor Edmund G. Brown's staff prohibiting the showing of public service announcements produced by Jerry Wheeler Productions promoting mental health for homosexuals. The bulk of the contents of the Investigative file also concerns this controversy. The subsubseries also contains files on gay activist Don Amador's run for the Los Angeles City Council, the 1981 and 1982 Christopher Street West parade and festival, photographs (many of Los Angeles City Councilwoman Peggy Stevenson) published in the newspaper, and the Gay Press Association.

 Issue Files December 26, 1980 - December 28, 1983 

Box Folder

 No. 47-56 December 26, 1980 - May 1, 1981 

11 1

 No. 62 July 24, 1981 

11 2

 No. 62-63 July 24, 1981 - August 7, 1981 

11 3

 No. 64-66 August 21, 1981 - September 18, 1981 

11 4

 No. 67-69 October 2, 1981 - October 30, 1981 

11 5

 No. 70-75 November 30, 1981 - January 29, 1982 

11 6

 No. 72-74 December 11, 1981 - January 15, 1982 

11 7

 No. 72-74 December 11, 1981 - January 15, 1982   [oversized]

25 1

 No. 76 February 12-26, 1982 

11 8

 No. 78 March 12, 1982 

11 9

 No. 79 March 26, 1982 

11 10

 No. 80 April 9, 1982 

11 11

 No. 81 April 23, 1982 

11 12

 No. 82 May 7, 1982 

11 13

 No. 83 May 21, 1982 

11 14

 No. 84 June 4, 1982   2.0 folders.

11 15-16

 No. 84 June 4, 1982   [oversized]

Box Folder

 No. 85 June 18, 1982   2.0 folders.

11 17-18

 No. 86 July 2, 1982 

11 19

 No. 86 June 4, 1982   2.0 folders. [oversized]

25 3-4

 No. 87 July 16, 1982 

11 20

 No. 88 July 30, 1982 

11 21

 No. 89 August 13, 1982 

11 22

 No. 89 August 13, 1982   [oversized]

25 5

 No. 90 August 27, 1982 

12 1

 No. 91 September 10, 1982 

12 2

 No. 91 September 10, 1982   [oversized]

25 6

 No. 92 September 24, 1982 

12 3

 No. 93 October 8, 1982 

12 4

 No. 94 October 22, 1982 

12 5

 No. 95 November 5, 1982 

12 6

 No. 96 November 17, 1982 

12 7

 No. 97 December 1, 1982 

12 8

 No. 98 December 15, 1982 

12 9

 No. 99 December 29, 1982 

12 10

 No. 100 January 12, 1983 

12 11

 No. 101 January 26, 1983 

12 12

 No. 101 January 26, 1983   [oversized]

25 7

 No. 102 February 9, 1983 

12 13

 No. 103 February 23, 1983 

12 14

 No. 104 March 9, 1983 

12 15

 No. 104 March 9, 1983   [oversized]

25 8

 No. 105 - 108 March 23 - May 4, 1983 

12 16

 No. 106 - 108 April 6 - May 4, 1983 

12 17

 No. 109 - 111 May 18 - June 15, 1983 

12 18

 No. 109 - 111 May 18 - June 15, 1983   [oversized]

25 9

 No. 112 June 29, 1983 

12 19

 No. 112 June 29, 1983   [oversized]

25 10

 No. 113 - 114 July 13 - July 27, 1983 

12 20

 No. 116 August 24, 1983 

13 1

 No. 116 - 117 August 24 - September 7, 1983 

13 2

 No. 117 - 118 September 7 - September 21, 1983 

13 3

 No. 117 - 118 September 7 - September 21, 1983   [oversized]

25 11

 No. 119 October 5, 1983 

13 4

 No. 120 October 19, 1983 

13 5

 No. 121 November 2, 1983 

13 6

 No. 122 November 16, 1983 

13 7

 No. 123 November 30, 1983 

13 8

 No. 124 December 14, 1983 

13 9

 No. 125 December 28, 1983 

13 10

 Research Files 1977-1983 

 Correspondence 1978-1983 

Box Folder

  1978-1979 

13 11

  1980-1983 

13 12
Box Folder

 Amador, Don 1977-1978, 1980-1981 

13 13

 Christopher Street West 1981-1982 

13 14

 Gay Rights in School 1978-1979 

27 23

 Gay Press Association 1982-1983 

13 15

 Griffith Park 1981-1984 

13 16

 Investigative 1981-1983 

13 17

 Jerry Wheeler Productions - Mental Wellness Project 1981-1982 

Box Folder

 Papers 1981-1982 

13 18

 Newspaper Clippings. 1981-1982 

13 19
Box Folder

 Photographs 1982-1987 

13 20

 "Police Commssion 6". Annual Report (compiled by Michael A. Lombardi) March 1980-May 1981 

13 21

 Stylebooks circa 1980-1983 

13 22
Box Folder

 Subject files 1972-1980 

27 25

 Subseries 2.3. Academic and Personal 1975-1987 

Subseries Scope and Content Summary

This subseries contains a small number of files relating to Paul Nash's private and academic life. The Personal file includes a 1979 letter from the Los Angeles Police Department relating to a confrontation between Nash and two police officers in Griffith Park, materials relating to the 1986 general election, and a congratulatory note in the California Medical Review employee newsletter congratulating Nash and Lombardi on their participation in the mass "marriage" at the 1987 March on Washington. Two files derive from a speech class Nash took at Los Angeles City College in 1977; they include extensive course materials and note cards for four speeches, one autobiographical, the others on Alex Haley's television program Roots, journalism and the gay press, and the Panama Canal. The Abigail Van Buren file contains correspondence between Nash and Van Buren relating to his MA thesis on articles relating to homosexuals and the GLBT community printed in the  Los Angeles Times, and her positive treatment of homosexuals in her "Dear Abby" newspaper column.

Box Folder

 Exams 1978-1982 

27 22

 Personal 1975-1987 

4 37

 Speech Class (Los Angeles City College) 1977 

4 38

 Speeches 1977 

4 39

 Van Buren, Abigail 1985 

4 40

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Series 3:  Series 3. Karl Heinrich Ulrichs Website 1994-2002 

Series Scope and Content Summary

In 1999, Lombardi and Nash created a website at http://www.angelfire.com/fl3/celebration2000/ commemorating (in 2000) the 175th anniversary of the birth of Karl Heinrich Ulrichs. This series consists of email messages, originally collected in eight binders, to Lombardi and Nash relating to the commemoration. The series also includes a folder of correspondence and other materials relating to the commemoration of the 1995 centennial of Ulrichs' death. The website remains active, as a clearing house for current information on the study of Ulrichs and his contribution to the GLBT movement.

Box Folder

 Ulrichs Centennial Celebration 1994-1995 

14 1

 Karl Heinrich Ulrichs Website. 175th Anniversary 2000. Email 1999-2001 

Box Folder

 Binder 1 (Database #1-99) 1999-2001   2.0 folders.

14 2-3

 Binder 2 (Database #100-276) 1999-2001   2.0 folders.

14 4-5

 Binder 3 (Database #277-444) 1999-2001   3.0 folders.

14 6-8

 Binder 4 (Database #445-546) 1999-2001   2.0 folders.

14 9-10

 Binder 5 (Database #547-767) 1999-2001   3.0 folders.

14 11-13

 Lyman Hardy 2000   3.0 folders.

14 14-16

 Binder "A" 2000   3.0 folders.

14 17-19

 Binder "B" 2000-2001   3.0 folders.

14 20-22
Box Folder

 Celebration 2000 file:///C|celebrate/index.htm 1999-2000   [2 folders]

27 3-4

 Celebration 2002 angelfire.com/f13/celebration2000/ 2002 

Scope and Contents note

Includes three color photographs.

27 5

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Series 4:  Series 4. Subject and Chronological Files 1969-2000 

Series Scope and Content Summary

This series contains subject and chronological files. A number of the subject files were created by Lombardi and Nash; the identity of the creator of a particular file is indicated when this is know. The remaining subject files were created by ONE Archives staff from materials found unfoldered but together. The files include correspondence, clippings, photocopies, brochures, and notes. Subjects of particular interest include AIDS, the Gay Holocaust, and police harassment. Lombardi and Nash also created extensive files documenting all programs of GLBT interest broadcast on Los Angeles-area television. Several of the chronological files for 1984 and 1985 were created by Lombardi and Nash; the remaining files were created by ONE Archives staff from materials found loose in the collection without apparent context. The files include flyers, newsletters, postcards, brochures, solicitations, and other materials of an impersonal nature. The materials relate to a wide variety of Los Angeles-area GLBT businesses, social and political organizations, bars, events, and publications, and indicate the extent of Lombardi and Nash's involvement in the local GLBT community.

 Subject Files 

 AIDS 1983-1993 

Box Folder

  1983-1984 

18 1

 1983-1984. Newspaper Clippings 1983-1984 

18 2

  circa 1984-1986 

18 3

  1985 

18 4

  1986   2.0 folders.

18 5-6

  1987   2.0 folders.

18 7-8

  1990-1993 

18 9
Box Folder

 California Democratic Council Gay Caucus 1972 

18 10

 Canadian Lesbian and Gay History Network Newsletter 1985 

15 1

 Calendars, Erotic 1977, 1986 

16 5

 Circumcision 1985-1987 

18 11

 Committee on Lesbian and Gay History 1987 

15 2

 Dall'Orto, Giovanni 1986 

18 12

 Dignity 1981 

15 3

 Erotica 1977-1987 

Box Folder

  1977 

15 4

  1979-1986 

15 5

  circa 1981-1985 

15 6

  1984 

18 13

  1985 

15 7

  1986   2.0 folders.

18 14-15

  1987 

15 8
Box Folder

 Folksongs Undated 

30 30

 French-language Materials no date 

15 9

 Gay and Lesbian Philatelic Society 1995 

15 10

 Gay and Lesbian Police Advisory Task Force of Los Angeles 1981 

15 11

 Gay Church Groups circa 1982-1986 

18 16

 Gay Holocaust 1920-1985 

Box Folder

  1978-1985 

18 17

  1979-1984 

18 18

 New York Times Clippings 1920-1937 

18 19

 Newspaper Clippings 1979-1984 

18 20
Box Folder

 Gay Medicine Directory of Therapists circa 1981 

15 12

 Gay Studies Newsletter 1978-1987 

Box Folder

  1978-1984 

15 13

  1985-1987 

15 14
Box Folder

 German-language Materials no date 

15 15

 German Magazine Articles August 1993 

15 16

 German Newspaper articles 1973-1978 

29 27

 Germany. Green Party 1983 

15 17

 Germany. Personal Ads circa 1993 

15 18

 Greater Los Angeles Coalition to Guarantee Fair Employment Practices 1974 

15 19

 Grupo Gay de Bahia no date 

15 20

 Hanky Code (Pleasure Chest) circa 1981 

15 21

 Homosexuals in the Military 1991-1993 

15 22

 International Gay and Lesbian Archives (IGLA) 1980-1987 

15 23

 Isherwood, Christopher 1985 

15 24

 Jacksonville (Fla.) Gay Pride circa 1992-1998 

15 25

 Korruhn, Wolfgang. Homosexuelle; Fällt mit dem Paragraphen auch das Vorurteil? Westdeutsche Rundfunk (radio broadcast) September 9, 1969 

15 26

 March on Washington October 1987 

Box Folder

 Papers October 1987 

18 21

 Newspaper Clippings October 1987 

18 22
Box Folder

 March on Washington 1993 

15 27

 Metropolitan Community Church (MCC) circa 1975 

15 28

 Midway Hospital Medical Center no date 

15 29

 Miscellaneous Clippings 1978-2002 

27 7

 Miscellaneous Notes and Documents undated 

30 32

 Netherlands, Homosexuality in the 1978-1984 

15 30

 Newspaper Clippings 1978-2000 

Box Folder

  1978 

18 23

  1982-1987 

15 31

  1988-1989 

15 32

  1990 

15 33

  1991 

15 34

  1992 

15 35

  1993 

15 36

  1994-2000 

15 37

 Incomplete circa 1991-1993 

15 38

 German-language 1991-1998 

15 39
Box Folder

 Police Harassment 1987 

26 2

 Politics 1980-1981 

15 40

 St. Priapus Church (San Francisco, Calif.) 1985-1987 

18 24

 Southern California Gay Bartenders' Association (SCGBA) 1983 

15 41

 Soviet Dissidents 1978-1982 

15 42

 Television 1983-1987 

Box Folder

 TV Guide 1983 

15 43

  1984 

18 25

 TV Guide 1985 

15 44

  1986 

15 45

 TV Guide 1986 

15 46

  1987 

15 47

 TV Guide 1987   4.0 folders.

15 48-51

 Time Magazine 1979-1980, 1985-1987 

Box Folder

  1979-1980 

15 52

  1985 

16 1

  1986 

16 2

  1987 

16 3
Box Folder

 Transgender / Cross Dressing circa 1992-1998 

16 4

 Chronological Files 

Box Folder

  1979 

16 6

  1980 

16 7

  1981 

16 8

  1982 

18 26

  1983 

18 27

  1984   2.0 folders

18 28-29

  1985   6.0 folders

19 1-6

  1986   9.0 folders

19 7-15

  1987   3.0 folders

19 16-18

  1987   3.0 folders.

20 1-3

  1988 

20 4

  1989 

16 9

  1990 

16 10

  1991 

16 11

  1992 

16 12

  1995 

16 13

  1996 

16 14

  1998 

20 5

  1999 

20 6

  2000 

16 15

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Series 5:  Series 5. Publications 1742-2004 

Series Scope and Content Summary

This series contains published works, primarily in photocopy. The works include Johann Heinrich Wolfart's 1742 Translatio juridica de sodomia, volumes 11 and 13 of Magnus Hirschfeld's  Jahrbuch für Sexuelle Zwischenstufen, page proofs of Hubert Kennedy's biography of Ulrichs, and the script of the film of Randy Schilts'  The Mayor of Castro Street.

Box Folder

 Maps and books, samples 1965-1983, undated 

Scope and Contents

The books and maps provide examples of the distinctive annotations made by either Michael Lombardi or Paul Nash.

30 31

 Periodicals mentioning Nash or Lombardi 1980-2004 

30 28

 Photocopies of books undated 

Processing Information

The photocopies were made by the processing archivist. Books with LGBT content were integrated into the ONE library.

30 29

 [ Jahrbuch für Sexuelle Zwischenstufen, Jahrgang 11]  Vierteljahrsberichte des Wissenschaftlich-humanitären Komitees, Jahrgang 2 1910-1911   Photocopy.

Box Folder

 Heft 1 1910 

17 1

 Hefte 2-4 1911 

17 2

 [ Jahrbuch für Sexuelle Zwischenstufen, Jahrgang 13]  Vierteljahrsberichte des Wissenschaftlich-humanitären Komitees, Jahrgang 4 1912-1913   Photocopy.

Box Folder

 Vierteljahrsberichte ..., Jg. 4, H. 1 1912 

17 3

 Jahrbuch ..., Jg. 13, H. 2-4 1913 

17 4
Box Folder

 Hirschfeld, Magnus. Jahrbuch für Sexuelle Zwischenstufen, II. Jahrgang. German manuscript 1900   [2 folders]

30 33-34

 Hirschfeld, Magnus. Vierteljahrsberichte des Wissenschaftlich-humanitären Komitees. German manuscript 1911 

28 25

 Kennedy, Hubert. Ulrichs: The Life and Works of Karl Heinrich Ulrichs, Pioneer of the Modern Gay Movement 1988   Uncorrected page proofs.

16 16

 Shilts, Randy. The Mayor of Castro Street; The Motion Picture. Script 1982   Photocopy.

16 17

 Torso (magazine, German edition) 1983 

17 7

 Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich. La Espada Furiosa (1868). The Riddle of 'Man-Manly' Love. Translated by Lyman Hardy. Manuscript in French 2000 

Box Folder

 La Espada Furiosa. Translation of Ulrichs' The Riddle of 'Man-Manly' Love by Lyman Hardy 2000 

27 19

 La Espada Furiosa. Translation of Ulrichs' The Riddle of 'Man-Manly' Love by Lyman Hardy. Bound manuscript. 2000 

30 26
Box Folder

 Ulrichs, Karl Heinrich. Le Glaive Furieux (1868). Translated by Lyman Hardy. Manuscript in French. 2000 

30 25

 Verbsky, Ray, and Don Williams. Gay Print & Coloring Book 1980 

17 8

 Wolfart, Johann Heinrich. Translatio juridica de sodomia ... Frankfurt am Main 1742   Photocopy.

17 5

 Zahn-Harnack, Agnes von. Die Frauenbewegung. Berlin 1928   Photocopy.

17 6

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Series 6:  Series 6. Photographs 1978-circa 1987 

Series Scope and Content Summary

This series consists of photographs and slides found loose in the collection. Many of the slides date from 1978 and document the Los Angeles City College Gay Student Union and the "No on 6" campaign. The majority of photographs document Lombardi and Nash's home in Los Angeles, Paul Nash at Los Angeles City College, Lombardi's speaking engagements, and the 1984 and 1985 Christopher Street West parades. A large number of negatives, for which no prints exist, appear to picture Lombardi and Nash with members of Nash's extended family, and may derive from an extended visit the pair made to New England in the mid 1980s. Other images include those of Christopher Isherwood, Harvey Milk at a Christopher Street West festival, Harvey Milk and George Moscone's funeral; and the Coast to Coast Times offices.

Box Folder

 GSU "No on 6" demonstration and Christopher Street West, Los Angeles July 1978   Slides.

21 1

 Personal / unidentified meeting September 1978   Slides.

21 2

 "No on 6" demonstration November 1978   Slides.

21 3

 Photographs 1984-1987 

21 4

 Christopher Street West Parade, Los Angeles July 1, 1984 

21 5

 Photographs 1988-1998 

21 6

 Negatives circa 1980-1987   4.0 folders.

21 7-10

 Michael Lombardi photographs 1978-1985, undated 

Scope and Contents

Three 35mm color slides of Harvey Milk at a Christopher Street West festival in 1978, one color photographic print of the "Karl Heinrich Ulrichs: a Hero for the 80's" talk at ONE Institute in 1985, and one black-and-white contact sheet and negative strip of the UCLA sculpture garden and unidentified people.

27 27

 Paul Nash photographs 1977-1978, undated 

Scope and Contents

The black-and-white prints consist of ten images of Paul Nash alone and with others at Los Angeles City College, two with his cutout head pasted over the face of others, and two Nash took of Christopher Isherwood. The nine black-and-white negative strips and six black-and-white contact sheets include images Nash took of Harvey Milk and George Moscone's funeral; the Coast to Coast Times offices; and a ONE Incorporated event panel with Vern Bullough, Michael Lombardi, Jim Kepner and Mikhail Itkin among other people and events. Also includes one drawing of Paul Nash.

27 26

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Series 7:  Series 7. Audio 1977-1983   5 audiocassettes + 4 microcassettes.

Series Scope and Content Summary

This series consists of audio recordings made by Lombardi and Nash between 1977 and 1983. They include Lombardi's interview with Floyd O. Crosby on film director F. W. Murnau, probably made in conjunction with a course on German film Lombardi took at UCLA (see Subseries 1.3, above); Lombardi's presentation on "Karl Heinrich Ulrichs, Gay Hero"; Nash's "Gay Speech", given as part of the speech class he took in 1977 (see Subseries 2.3, above); and their joint presentation on "Karl Heinrich Ulrichs: A Hero for the 80s", given at the 9th Annual Conference of the Gay Academic Union in November 1983.

Box Folder

 Crosby, Floyd O. Interview with Michael A. Lombardi on film director F. W. Murnau March 24, 1977   3 audiocassette tapes, 60 minutes.

22 2-4

 Lombardi, Michael A. Karl Heinrich Ulrichs, Gay Hero 1979   1 audiocassette, 60 minutes.

22 5

 Nash, Paul. "Gay Speech", Los Angeles City College 1977   1 audiocassette, 90 minutes.

22 6

 Nash, Paul, and Michael A. Lombardi. Karl Heinrich Ulrichs: A Hero for the 80s. Gay Academic Union 9th Annual Conference, San Diego November 1983   4 microcassettes, 30 minutes.

22 7

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Series 8:  Series 8. Ephemera and Memorabilia circa 1966-1999 

Series Scope and Content Summary

This series consists of ephemera and memorabilia found loose in the collection. The materials include a Soldier's Handbook from Lombardi's U.S. Army days; press passes from Nash and Lombardi's days on the Los Angeles Collegian and Update; souvenir bottles and matchbook covers from various Los Angeles gay bars and discos, pins from the 1987 March on Washington and the Oedipus Grecian Games XVI, and a Gay Trivia game.

Box Folder

 Beer Coasters no date 

26 4

 Bottle (4.5 inch), Mount Gay ® Refined Eclipse Barbados Rum circa 1980-1986 

22 10

 Bottle (2.5 inch), Tabasco sauce (Tabasco's Disco, Los Angeles) (2 bottles) circa 1980-1987 

22 11-12

 Bumper Stickers circa 1975-1985 

26 3

 Business Cards no date 

26 5

 Club Jacksonville frisbees. Pride 1995, 1997-1999   4 frisbees, 9-inch diameter.

25 12-15

 Gay Trivia game, compiled by William A. Sievert, John A. Theis, and Joan F. Thompson circa 1980-1985 

22 8

 Jacksonville Tea Men (NASL) Banner circa 1980-1982 (Oversize) 

26 12

 Lambda Flag 1986 

26 11

 March on Washington pins October 1987 

26 6

 Matchbook Covers 1985-1987 

26 7

 Oedipus [gay motorcycle club] Grecian Games XVI pin 1981 

26 8

 Postcards no date 

26 9

 Press Passes 1978-1982 

26 10

 Silk Rose: Gay Pride 1985 

26 13

 Soldier's Handbook (DA Pam21-13) circa 1966 

22 9

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