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Finding aid of the ONE Incorporated records, 1907-2001, bulk 1952-1994

Finding aid prepared by Kyle Morgan, © 2011

Summary Information

Repository
ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives, USC Libraries, University of Southern California
Creator - Contributor
Erickson, Reed L., 1912-1992
Creator
Institute for the Study of Human Resources. ISHR.
Creator - Contributor
Legg, W. Dorr, (William Dorr Legg), 1904-1994
Creator
ONE Inc.
Creator
ONE Institute of Homophile Studies.
Creator - Contributor
Slater, Don, (Donald Rutherford Slater), 1923-1997
Title
ONE Incorporated records
Collection no.
Coll2011.001
Date [bulk]
Bulk, 1952-1994
Date [inclusive]
1907-2001
Extent
88.1 linear feet., 96 boxes
Language
English
Abstract
The collection consists of the administrative records, publications, correspondence, divisional records, affiliate office records, and photographs of ONE Inc., 1907-2001, bulk 1952-1994. The records include annual reports, court records of ONE Inc. legal entanglements, complete runs of ONE Magazine and  ONE Institute Quarterly: Homophile Studies, reader correspondence, submissions by writers and artists, ONE Institute course and reference files, the data and reports of internally conducted research projects, and photographs over the course W. Dorr Legg's stewardship of ONE Inc. from 1952 to 1994.

Preferred Citation

Box #, folder #, ONE Incorporated records, Coll2011.001, ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives, Los Angeles, California

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Administrative history

ONE Inc. was founded in the last months of 1952, employed W. Dorr Legg as business manager in June 1953, and was officially incorporated by October 1953. The articles of incorporation declared that ONE Inc.'s primary goal was "to publish and disseminate a magazine dealing primarily with homosexuality from a scientific, historical and critical point of view, and to aid in the social integration and rehabilitation of the sexual variant." The publication of ONE Magazine, first released in January 1953, was the initial focus of the nascent corporation; however, the "General Purposes" section of the articles of incorporation listed the additional goals of education, research, and promoting integration. By the first available annual report in 1957, these purposes had developed into the major divisions of ONE Inc.: Publications, Education, Research, and Social Service. In 1968 the Commercial Division, also known as ONE Enterprises, was added to improve fundraising capacity, and in 1969 the Library Division. Although this organizational structure had largely disintegrated by the late 1970s, the functions of publishing, education, library services, and to a lesser degree research and social service, were maintained.

Departments that provided administrative services at various times across ONE Inc.'s history include the Bureau of Public Information, the House and Hospitality Committee, Business and Accounting, and Public Relations. Other departments that briefly emerged from other division services include the Book Service and News Service. The ONE World Travel Club, although never designated as a department or division, nonetheless provided a consistent travel service for ONE Inc. for over twenty years. The Institute for the Study of Human Resources (ISHR) was established in 1964 largely to funnel tax-deductible funds to ONE Inc. activities. Satellite offices were established between 1965-1978 as an outreach service of ONE Inc. in Chicago, Detroit, Long Beach, New York, and Phoenix.

Upon W. Dorr Legg's death in July 1994, the function of the organization shifted from an educational to an archives and library orientation. ONE Inc. and the International Gay and Lesbian Archives merged by the end of the year under the title of ONE Institute (since retitled the ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives). Although some services such as lectures, the newsletter, and library services were maintained after the merger, a significant enough break had occurred to collocate the records into two chapters of a long history. The records documented here refer to that first chapter, 1952-1994.

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Timeline of events

The following timeline provides a brief survey of the significant events in the history of ONE Inc.

October 1952: The topic of a homosexual magazine was first broached at a Los Angeles Mattachine meeting. This led to a series of increasingly dedicated discussions regarding the practicality, legality, and funding of the endeavor.

November 1952: The name of ONE was proposed by Guy Rousseau (Bailey Whitaker) from a quotation by Thomas Carlyle: "A mystic bond of brotherhood makes all men one." At a follow-up meeting, the name of ONE Inc. was proposed and adopted by a board of three directors acting as officers of the corporation as required by California state law. Historical accounts list the three directors as Martin Block, Chairman; Don Slater, Vice-Chairman; and Dale Jennings, Secretary-Treasurer; although when the articles of incorporation were submitted on February 7, 1953, they were signed by Martin Block, Chairman; Tony Sanchez (Tony Reyes), Vice-Chairman; and Dale Jennings, Secretary-Treasurer. Corporation membership was set at nine people of which the first seven were Martin Block, Tony Reyes, Dale Jennings, Guy Rousseau, Merton Bird, Don Slater, and William Lambert (W. Dorr Legg). The additional two corporate members, Eve Elloree (Joan Corbin) and Ann Carll Reid (Irma "Corky" Wolf), were added in July 1953.

December 1952: The first letters and subscriptions were received.

January 1953: The first issue of  ONE Magazine was published. Copies were sold hand-to-hand by staff members.

February 1953: ONE Inc.'s articles of incorporation were filed with the state of California. Local bars Le Bouf, Windup, and Rendezvous agree to keep 50 copies of  ONE Magazine on hand for sale to their customers.

May 1953: ONE Inc.'s charter was granted by the state of California.

June 1953: W. Dorr Legg was employed as the business manager, the corporation's first full-time employee.

July 1953: Eve Elloree and Ann Carll Reid were added to the board. W. Dorr Legg became Chairman; Dale Jennings, Vice-Chairman; and Charles Rowland, Acting Corporation Secretary.

August-September 1953: The Los Angeles postal authorities seized the August issue of  ONE Magazine. Authorities released the issue three weeks later without explanation.

October 1953: By-laws were completed, approved, and filed with the state of California.

November 1953: ONE Inc. opened an office at 232 South Hill Street, Los Angeles, complete with a library and peer counseling services.

1954: The Los Angeles postal authorities seized the October issue of  ONE Magazine on charges of obscenity.

ONE Inc. directors voted to conduct "a series of forums... dealing with scientific, philosophical, legal, and social questions pertaining to homosexuality." The forum became known as the Midwinter Institute.

1955: The first Midwinter Institute convened.

Eric Julber filed suit against Los Angeles Postmaster Otto K. Olesen for the seizure of the October 1954 issue of ONE Magazine.

The play Game of Fools by James Barr was published.

1956: The District Court upheld the obscenity charges of Postmaster Olesen.

The ONE Confidential newsletter was released to ONE Inc. staff and members.

The ONE Institute of Homophile Studies name was adopted and a board of trustees appointed. One week later the first course "An Introduction to Homophile Studies" began instruction.

Homosexuals Today by William Lambert (W. Dorr Legg) was published.

1957: The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the obscenity charges of Postmaster Olesen.

"A Study of the Civil Rights Status of Homosexuals under Existing Laws of Several States" was released.

Dr. Evelyn Hooker's "The Adjustment of the Male Overt Homosexual" was released based on subjects supplied by ONE Inc. and the Mattachine Society.

1958: The Supreme Court, without comment, reversed the decisions of the lower courts that  ONE Magazine was obscene.

The first ONE Institute Quarterly: Homophile Studies and  ONE Book Service were released.

1959:  The Kevel was published.

The ONE Inc. offices add a room allowing a great expansion of the library.

1961: The first travel tour was put together but never enacted due to a dispute with Continental Travel.

1962: ONE Inc. moved to 2256 Venice Boulevard, Los Angeles.

1964: The first travel tour, a three-week guided excursion through Europe, was successfully completed.

The Institute for the Study of Human Resources was established by Reed Erickson and W. Dorr Legg as a nonprofit affiliate of ONE Inc.

1965: A breakaway group of ONE Inc. staff led by Don Slater secretly removed business records and furniture from ONE Inc., leading to a protracted legal dispute. Between May and August 1965 two separate  ONE Magazines were published.

The library was named the Baker Memorial Library after Dr. Blanche M. Baker.

ONE in Detroit and ONE in Chicago were founded.

1966: The first  ONE Calendar announcing ONE Inc. events was released.

ONE in New York was founded.

1967:  ONE Magazine ceased publication.

The first annotated bibliography was published by W. Dorr Legg and Julian Underwood.

ONE Inc. sponsors English gay rights activist Antony Gray on a lecture tour across the United States.

1968:  ONE Letter was released, replacing  ONE Confidential.

ONE Inc. took part in the effort to replace Los Angeles city councilman Paul Lamport with Bill Stevenson, the first known election in Los Angeles affected by gay and lesbian political activism.

1969: "A Study of 388 North American Homosexual Males" was released.

AE: The Open Persuader by Auctor Ignotus was published.

ONE in Phoenix was founded.

1970:  ONE Institute Quarterly: Homophile Studies ceased publication.

1972:  ONE Magazine was re-released, but only lasted through four issues.

Pat Rocco filmed the documentary ONE Adventure about a ONE Inc. travel tour with Troy Perry.

1974:   The Butterfly was first released.

1976:   An Annotated Bibliography of Homosexuality by Vern Bullough, W. Dorr Legg, Jim Kepner, and Barrett Elcano was published.

1977: ONE in Long Beach was founded.

1981: The California State Department of Education officially accredits ONE Institute of Homophile Studies as an advanced-degree program. The focus of ONE Inc. thereafter became the educational activities of ONE Institute.

1982: The ONE thirty year celebration banquet brought together an unprecedented guest list of gay and lesbian activists.

1983: ONE Inc. moved into the Milbank Mansion. A protracted legal dispute ensued with Reed Erickson contesting ownership of the property.

1994:  Homophile Studies in Theory and Practice by W. Dorr Legg was published.

W. Dorr Legg dies.

ONE Inc. merges with the International Gay and Lesbian Archvies.

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Timeline of people

The timeline lists the individual names of those who have served as directors or in other capacities with ONE Inc., 1953-1994. Please note that this is not an exhaustive list of all people who participated in ONE Inc. in any given year.

1953: Directors: Martin Block, Chairman; Tony Reyes, Vice Chairman; Dale Jennings, Secretary Treasurer. Others: Guy Rousseau (Baily Whittaker), Merton Bird, Don Slater, William Lambert ( W. Dorr Legg)), Eve Elloree (Joan Corbin), Ann Carll Reid (Irma “Corky” Wolf), Donald Webster Cory, Chuck Rowland, Jim Gruber, Eric Julber.

1954: Directors: Dorr Legg, Irma Wolf, Dale Jennings. Others: Joan Corbin, Dale Jennings, Jim Kepner, Lois Mitchell (Lois Mercer), Chuck Rowland, Tony Reyes, James Barr, Julian Underwood (Woody), Wayne Dynes, Eric Julber.

1955: Directors: Dorr Legg, Irma Wolf, Don Slater. Others: Chuck Thompson, Joan Corbin.

1956: Directors: Dorr Legg, Irma Wolf, Don Slater. Education Planning Committee: Dorr Legg, Merritt Thompson, Jim Kepner, Julian Underwood. Others: Joan Corbin, Jim Kepner, Tony Reyes, Stella Rush, Fred Frisbie, Chet Samson, Merritt Thompson.

1957: Directors: Don Slater, Jim Kepner, Dorr Legg (Secretary Treasurer). Others: Lois Mitchell, Stella Rush, Fred Frisbie, Chet Samson, Shelton Dewey (pseudonym James Barr).

1958: Dorr Legg, Joan Corbin, Chet Samson, Julian Underwood, Don Slater, Jim Kepner, Fred Frisbie, Stella Rush, Tony Reyes, Don Plagman, Eric Julber, Lou Bonham, Dawn Frederick, Leslie Colfax (Jack Gibson).

1959: Don Plagman, Jim Kepner, Dorr Legg, Leslie Colfax, Sten Russell, Don Slater, Lois Mitchell, Fred Frisbie.

1960: Directors: Jim Kepner, Chairman; Dorr Legg, Vice Chairman; Don Slater, Secretary Treasurer. Others: Lois Mitchell, Sten Russell, Clarence Harrison, Don Plagman.

1961: Directors: George Mortenson, Chairman; Don Slater, Vice Chairman; Dorr Legg, Secretary Treasurer. Others: Lois Mitchell, Don Slater, Alison Hunter, Eve Elloree, Sten Russell, Joe Aaron, Leslie Colfax.

1962: Directors: George Mortenson, Chairman; Don Slater, Vice Chairman; Dorr Legg, Secretary Treasurer. Others: Lois Mitchell, Hal Schmoll, Joe Aaron, George Neal, Marcel Martin.

1963: Directors: George Mortenson, Chairman; Don Slater, Vice Chairman; Dorr Legg, Secretary Treasurer. Others: Lois Mitchell, Morgan Farley, Joe Aaron, Leslie Colfax, George Neal, William Glover.

1964: Directors: Joe Aaron (Joseph Weaver), Chairman; Dorr Legg, Vice Chairman; Monwell Boyfrank, Secretary Treasurer. Others: Lou Bonham, Joe Bush, James Schneider, W.E. Glover, Thelma Varga, George Neil, John Burnside.

1965: Directors: Dorr Legg, Chairman; Lewis Bonham, Vice Chairman; Monwell Boyfrank, Secretary Treasurer. Others: Keith Dyer, Chuck Thompson, Gregory Carr, Robert Earl, William E. Glover, Jerry Hill, Bill Baker.

1966: Directors: Dorr Legg, President; Lewis Bonham, Vice President; Monwell Boyfrank, Secretary Treasurer; Robert Earl, Chuck Thompson. Others: Lois Mitchell, Gregory Carr, Robert Earl, Harold Green, Julian Underwood, Ron Dean.

1967: Directors: Dorr Legg, President; Lewis Bonham, Vice President; Monwell Boyfrank, Secretary Treasurer; Robert Earl, Chuck Thompson. Others: Julian Underwood, William Sutherland, Leslie Collins, Gregory Carr.

1968: Directors: Lewis Bonham, President; Chuck Thompson, Vice President; Robert Earl, Secretary Treasurer; Monwell Boyfrank, Dorr Legg. Others: William Sutherland, Leslie Collins.

1969: Directors: Robert Earl, President; Les Collins, Vice President; Dorr Legg, Secretary Treasurer; Joe Aaron; Bob Marks. Others: Lewis Bonham, Monwell Boyfrank Franz de Bretton, Reed Erickson, Harold Green, Ken Normand, Fred Selden, William Sutherland, Greg Carr, Chuck Thompson.

1970: Directors: Robert Earl, President; Les Collins, Vice President; Dorr Legg, Secretary Treasurer; Joe Aaron; Bob Marks. Others: David Buchman, Franz de Bretton, Reed Erickson, Harold Green, Ralph Lucas, Ken Normand, Fred Selden, Rodney Hatfield, George Mortenson, Aileen Erickson.

1971: Directors: Robert Earl, President; Bob Marks, Vice President; Eli H. Pomoh, Secretary Treasurer; Joe Gilgamesh; Dorr Legg. Others: John Bresee, David Buchman, Franz de Bretton, Reed Erickson, Fred Freedman, Harold Green, Fred Selden, Lewis Bonham, Gregg Carr, Fred Freedman.

1972: Directors: Jim Kepner, President; Bob Marks, Vice President; John Bresee, Secretary Treasurer; Joe Gilgamesh; Dorr Legg. Others: David Buchman, Franz de Bretton, Robert Earl, Reed Erickson, Fred Freedman, Harold Green, Ron Longworth, Jim Muszalski, Eli H. Pomoh, Fred Selden, Roger Derr, Parker Hazen.

1973: Directors: Jim Kepner, President; Bob Marks, Vice President; John Bresee, Secretary Treasurer; Joe Gilgamesh; Dorr Legg. Others: Les Akers, Howard Beck, Marty Butel, David Buchman, Reed Erickson, Fred Freedman, Harold Green, Foster Gunnison, Ron Longworth, Jim Muszalski, Eli H. Pomoh, Fred Selden, Frank Zerilli.

1974: Directors: Bob Marks, President; Joe Gilgamesh, Vice President; John Bresee, Secretary Treasurer; Jim Kepner; Dorr Legg. Others: Les Akers, Howard Beck, David Buchman, Reed Erickson, Fred Freedman, Harold Green, Foster Gunnison, Ron Longworth, Jim Muszalski, Eli H. Pomoh, Fred Selden, Frank Zerilli, George Mortenson.

1975: Directors: Bob Marks, President; Joe Gilgamesh, Vice President; John Bresee, Secretary Treasurer; Jim Kepner; Dorr Legg. Others: Les Akers, Howard Beck, David Buchman, Reed Erickson, Fred Freedman, Harold Green, Foster Gunnison, Ron Longworth, Jim Muszalski, Eli H. Pomoh, Fred Selden, Frank Zerilli, George Mortenson, Ron Aviano.

1976: Directors: Bob Marks, President; Jim Kepner, Vice President; John Bresee, Secretary Treasurer; Joe Gilgamesh; Dorr Legg. Others: Les Akers, Howard Beck, David Buchman, Reed Erickson, Fred Freedman, Harold Green, Foster Gunnison, Jim Muszalski, Eli H. Pomoh, Fred Selden, Glenn Schmoll, Joe Magnin, Robert Earl, Jess Lyons, Gene Touchet, George Mortenson.

1977: Directors: Joe Gilgamesh, President; Jim Kepner, Vice President; John Bresee, Secretary Treasurer; Bob Marks; Dorr Legg. Others: Fred Freedman, Ed Grellert, Gene Touchet, Jess Lyons, Robert Earl, Milt Sanford, Joseph Magnin, Ted Bradbury, Ron Aviano.

1978: Directors: Joe Gilgamesh, President; Bob Marks, Vice President; Ed Gilbert, Secretary Treasurer; Dorr Legg; Ted Bradbury. Others: Jim Kepner, Milt Sanford, Ed Grellert, Gene Touchet, Fred Freedman, Joseph Magnin, Robert Orndorff.

1979: Directors: Dorr Legg, Bob Marks, Ed Gilbert, Joe Gilgamesh, Ted Bradbury. Others: John Bresee, Jim Kepner, Gene Touchet, Milt Sanford, David Moore, Les Akers, Herb Selwyn, Lois Mercer.

1980: Directors: Dorr Legg, Bob Marks, Ed Gilbert, Joe Gilgamesh, Bruce Weil. Others: Les Akers, Fred Freedman, Jim Kepner, Joe Killian, David Moore, John Bresee, Reed Erickson, Foster Gunnison, Milton Sanford.

1981: Directors: Jesse Jacobs, Dorr Legg, David Moore, Gene Touchet, Bruce Weil. Academic/Administrative Council: Dwain Houser, Laud Humphreys, Dorr Legg, Gene Touchet, Jesse Jacobs, Albert Gordon, David Moore. Others: Les Akers, John Bresee, Fred Freedman, Ed Gilbert, Geraldine Jackson, Jim Kepner, Bob Marks.

1982: Directors: Jesse Jacobs, President; Gene Touchet, Vice President; David Moore, Secretary Treasurer; Dorr Legg; Bruce Weil. Administrative/Academic Council: Dwain Houser, Laud Humphreys, Dorr Legg, Gene Touchet, Jesse Jacobs, Albert Gordon, David Moore. Board of Governors: Christopher Isherwood, Laud Humphreys, Dorr Legg, Gene Touchet, Jesse Jacobs, David Moore. Others: Les Akers, John Bresee, Fred Freedman, Ed Gilbert, Geraldine Jackson, Joseph Killian, Jim Kepner, Bob Marks, Milton Sanford, Reed Erickson, Foster Gunnison, Jim Muszalski.

1983: Directors: Jesse Jacobs, President; Gene Touchet, Vice President; David Moore, Secretary Treasurer; Dorr Legg; Bruce Weil. Board of Governors: Reed Erickson, Christopher Isherwood, Paul Walker, Dorr Legg, Gene Touchet, Jesse Jacobs, David Moore. Others: Les Akers, Ted DeLay, Fred Freedman, Joseph Killian, Bob Marks, Stephen Weisbaum, Geraldine Jackson, Jim Kepner, Painter, Foster Gunnison, Jim Muszalski, John Nojima, Milton Sanford.

1984: Directors: Bob Mitchell, President; Les Akers, Vice President; David Moore, Secretary Treasurer; Dorr Legg; Gene Touchet. Others: Milt Sanford, Joe Killian, Fred Freedman, Bruce Weil, Stephen Weisbaum, Jim Kepner, David Cameron, Jim Dunham, Fadner, Lyons.

1985: Directors: Bob Mitchell, President; Les Akers, Vice President; Dorr Legg, Secretary Treasurer; Gene Touchet, Jim Dunham. Administrative/Academic Council: Richard Follett, David Cameron, William Hungerford, Dorr Legg, Gene Touchet. Others: Joe Killian, Stephen Weisbaum, Jim Kepner, Jim Dunham, Bob Craig, Jim Morrow, Timothy Wohlgemuth, John Nojima, Coates.

1986: Directors: David Cameron, President; Les Akers, Vice President; Dorr Legg, Secretary Treasurer; Bob Mitchell; Jim Morrow. Board of Governors: David Cameron, Gene Touchet, Dorr Legg, Jim Morrow, Thomas Hunter Russell, Les Akers. Others: Bruce Weil, Stephen Weisbaum, Jim Kepner, Fred Freedman, Timothy Wohlgemuth, Gene Touchet, Bob Craig, Cal Cottam, Reid Rasmussen.

1987: Directors: David Cameron, President; Les Akers, Vice President; Dorr Legg, Secretary Treasurer; Bob Mitchell; Jim Morrow. Board of Governors: David Cameron, Gene Touchet, Dorr Legg, Jim Morrow, Jesse Jacobs, Thomas Hunter Russell, Bob Mitchell. Others: Jim Muszalski, Fred Freedman, John Nojima, Tim Wohlgemuth, Fred Boydell, Bob Craig, Russell Cameron.

1988: Directors: David Cameron, President; Jesse Jacobs, Vice President; Dorr Legg, Secretary Treasurer; Jim Morrow; Les Akers. Board of Governors: David Cameron, Dorr Legg, Jesse Jacobs, Thomas Hunter Russell, Burner. Others: Bob Mitchell, Fred Freedman, Jim Muszalski, Tim Wohlgemuth, Sue Moore, Ed Thorsell, Bill Tom, Paul Hardman.

1989: Directors: Jesse Jacobs, President; Jim Morrow, Vice President; Dorr Legg, Secretary Treasurer; Les Akers, David Cameron. Academic/Administrative Council: Jesse Jacobs, Dorr Legg, David Cameron. Others: Bob Mitchell, Fred Freedman, Jim Muszalski, Tim Wohlgemuth, Sue Moore, Ed Thorsell, Bill Tom, Paul Hardman.

1990: Directors: Jesse Jacobs, Dorr Legg, Ed Thorsell, David Cameron, Jim Morrow. Academic/Administrative Council: Jesse Jacobs, Dorr Legg, David Cameron, Walter Williams. Others: Luis Balmaseda, Bob Mitchell, Fred Freedman, Jim Muszalski, Tim Wohlgemuth, Bill Tom, Paul Hardman, Sue Moore, Les Akers.

1991: Directors: Jesse Jacobs, Dorr Legg, Ed Thorsell, David Cameron, Jim Morrow. Others: Luis Balmaseda, Bob Mitchell, Jim Muszalski, Bill Tom, Paul Hardman.

1992: Directors: Luis Balmaseda, Dorr Legg, Ed Thorsell, David Cameron, Jim Morrow. Academic/Administrative Council: Jim Morrow, Dorr Legg, David Cameron, Walter Williams. Board of Governors: David Cameron, Dorr Legg, Jim Morrow. Others: Call, Luis Balmaseda, Ed Thorsell, Cal Cottam, Fred Freedman, Glen Harper, Reid Rasmussen, Don Paul, Bill Tom, Paul Hardman.

1993: Directors: Jesse Jacobs, Reid Rasmussen, Dorr Legg, David Cameron, Jim Morrow. Others: Call, Luis Balmaseda, Ed Thorsell, Cal Cottam, Fred Freedman, Reid Rasmussen, Don Paul, Bill Tom, Paul Hardman, Bob Manners, J.J. Belanger, David Hensley.

1994: Directors: Jesse Jacobs, Reid Rasmussen, Dorr Legg, David Cameron, Jim Morrow.

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Scope and Contents note

The collection consists of the administrative records, publications, correspondence, divisional records, affiliate office records, and photographs of ONE Inc., 1907-2001, bulk 1952-1994.

Series 1. Administrative records, 1952-1994, documents the meetings, finances, legal issues, corporate administration, press, and history of ONE Inc.

Series 2. Publications, 1952-1994, consists of the books, serial publications, and promotional material published by ONE Inc.

Series 3. Correspondence, 1952-1994, consists of the incoming, outgoing, and interoffice communications across all of ONE Inc.'s operations.

Series 4. Publications Division records, 1946-1994, bulk 1953-1994, documents the administration, production, circulation, advertising, copyright, and sales of serial and book publications.

Series 5. Education Division records, 1907-1994, bulk 1953-1994, documents the ONE Institute of Homophile Studies, Midwinter Institute, and lectures. The ONE Institute of Homophile Studies records comprise the bulk of this series and include correspondence, course materials, textbooks, teacher and student files, development files, state filings, and administrative records.

Series 6. Library Division records, 1955-1994, consists of the administrative records, cataloging manuals, project files, and catalogs of the Baker Memorial Library.

Series 7. Research Division records, 1957-1993, documents internal research projects, cooperative endeavors with university and research teams, and outside research requests and proposals.

Series 8. Social Service Division records, 1953-1971, documents the financial, occupational, legal, investigative, and other services requested of and provided by ONE Inc. staff.

Series 9. ONE World Travel Club records, 1961-1984, undated, consists of the administrative records, promotional materials, tour policies, and correspondence of both participants and administrators of ONE Inc. international tours.

Series 10. Institute for the Study of Human Resources records, 1952-2001, bulk 1964-1997, documents an affiliate agency of ONE Inc. primarily founded to allow tax-deductible funding of ONE Inc. activities.

Series 11. Satellite office records, 1963-1996, documents the operations of the ONE Inc. satellite offices in Chicago, Detroit, Long Beach, New York, and Phoenix.

Series 12. Audiovisual materials, 1952-1998, documents the people, activities, events, lectures, meetings, properties, publications, and history of ONE Inc in photographs, audio, and video.

The functions of the Commercial Division, a short-lived division also known as ONE Enterprises, as well as the functions of the Bureau of Public Information, Business and Accounting, House and Hospitality, and Public Relations Departments are represented in the administrative records series. The functions of the Book Service Department are represented in the Publications Division series. The output of the News Service department is represented in the promotional material section of the publications series.

The records include annual reports, meeting minutes, book and serial publications, letters, official school records, court records, employment records, school syllabi and catalogs, textbooks, research data and reports, publication mock-ups, printing blocks, tax reports, accounting ledgers, state filings, grant applications, copyright certificates, receipts, leases, memoranda, articles of incorporation, organizational structures, library catalogs, manuals, visitor registers, mass mailings, flyers, clippings, event programs, letterhead, labels, forms, poetry, fiction, drawings, memorabilia, photograph prints, negatives, slides, and contact sheets.

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Arrangement note

The records are arranged in the following series:

Series 1. Administrative records, 1952-1994

Series 2. Publications, 1952-1994

Series 3. Correspondence, 1952-1994

Series 4. Publications Division records, 1946-1994, bulk 1953-1994

Series 5. Education Division records, 1907-1994, bulk 1953-1994

Series 6. Library Division records, 1955-1994

Series 7. Research Division records, 1957-1993

Series 8. Social Service Division records, 1953-1971

Series 9. ONE World Travel Club records, 1961-1984, undated

Series 10. Institute for the Study of Human Resources records, 1952-2001, bulk 1964-1997

Series 11. Satellite office records, 1963-1996

Series 12. Audiovisual materials, 1952-1998

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives, USC Libraries, University of Southern California
© 2011
909 West Adams Boulevard
Los Angeles, California, 90007
(213) 821-2771
askone@usc.edu

Access

The collection is open to researchers. Access restrictions are noted where applicable.

Publication Rights

Researchers wishing to publish material must obtain permission in writing from ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives as the physical owner of the material. Note that permission to publish does not constitute copyright clearance. ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives can grant copyright clearance only for those materials for which we hold copyright. It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain copyright clearance for all other materials from the copyright holder(s).

Custodial History note

Many of the records documenting the early history of ONE Inc. are not represented in the collection. Although the foundation of the institution dates back to 1952, the first annual report and tax return in these records are not in evidence until 1957, and many of the early meeting minutes are reproductions. Some records may have been lost as a result of administrative changes, office moves, and internal disputes.

One of the more notable disputes occurred in 1965 when a breakaway group of ONE Inc. staff led by Don Slater secretly relocated business records and furniture from the ONE Inc. Venice Boulevard office with the intention of taking over the publication of ONE Magazine. Although a legal settlement in 1967 and arbitration in 1970 required a return of some materials, it is unknown the extent to which this requirement was carried out. Besides creating unknown gaps in the records of ONE Inc., the split also affected the arrangement of business records. For example, the relocation of subscription and membership files may be the reason behind the existence of two sets of alphabetically arranged correspondence files: one primarily before 1965 and one after.

Another notable dispute occurred in the mid-1980s when ONE Inc. engaged in a protracted legal battle with Reed Erickson over the ownership of the Milbank Mansion, home of ONE Inc. offices. Over the course of this dispute, ONE Inc. offices were ransacked, resulting in great disorder to the records.

Between 2003-2009, Craig Loftin and Richard Hulser each put in great time and effort to reintroduce order to the ONE Inc. records. As much as possible, the arrangements they created have been maintained within this collection.

The ONE Inc. records have been supplemented by small, often anonymous donations from throughout the community. One notable donation is the Joan Corbin and Ginger Blakely papers which has provided an invaluable resource documenting the production of ONE Magazine (see the Institute of Homophile Studies section under the Education Division records series).

Processing Information

Formerly housed in record boxes A052, A111, A112, A113, A114, A170, A171, A172, A173, A174, A175, A176, A177, A178, A179, A180, A181, A182, A183, A184, A185, A186, A187, A188, A189, A190, A191, A192, A193, A194, A195, A196, A197, A198, A199, A200, A200a, A202, A205, A206, A207, A208, A210, A211, A212, A213, 102-5, 103-31, 103-32, 103-41, 103-72, 103-82, 103-83, 103-147, 103-247, 103-294, 103-297, 103-313, 103-325, 104-122, and ONE Archives subject files.

Collection processed by Kyle Morgan, 2011.

Processing this collection has been funded by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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Related Materials

Related Archival Materials note

Martin Block papers, Coll2006-011, ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives, Los Angeles, California.

Edgar H. Leoni papers, Coll2007-019, ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives, Los Angeles, California.

Comprehensive Bibliography of Homosexuality work papers, Coll2008-007, ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives, Los Angeles, California.

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

Dorothy C. Putnam and Lois Mercer papers, Coll2008-038, ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives, Los Angeles, California.

James Barr papers, Coll2008-043, ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives, Los Angeles, California.

Southern California Council on Religion and the Homophile records, Coll2008-057, ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives, Los Angeles, California.

Reed L. Erickson papers, Coll2010.001, ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives, Los Angeles, California.

W. Dorr Legg personal papers, Coll2010-004, ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives, Los Angeles, California.

Jim Kepner papers, Coll2011-002, ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives, Los Angeles, California.

Joan Corbin papers, Coll2013-012, ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives, USC Libraries, University of Southern California.

ONE Institute papers, Tretter Manuscripts, Special Collections and Rare Books, University of Minnesota.

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Controlled Access Headings

Genre(s)

  • Books
  • Catalog cards
  • Copyright certificates
  • Corporate reports
  • Letters
  • Minutes
  • Newsletters
  • Photographs
  • Poetry
  • Printing blocks
  • Promotional materials
  • Serial periodicals

Subject(s)

  • Gay and lesbian studies
  • Gay liberation movement
  • Gay libraries
  • Gay press publications
  • Gay rights
  • Gays--Travel
  • Homosexuality and education
  • Homosexuality and literature
  • Homosexuality--Law and legislation
  • Homosexuality--Research
  • Lesbians--Travel
  • Social work with gays
  • Social work with lesbians

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Collection Inventory

Series 1:  Series 1. Administrative records 1952-1994   9.3 linear feet.

Scope and Contents note

The records document the meetings, finances, legal issues, event administration, conference and committee involvements, projects and proposals, office operations, property maintenance, and press and history of ONE Inc., 1952-1994. The records include annual reports, meeting minutes, tax reports, financial documents, donation receipts, court records, articles of incorporation, organizational structures, job roles, visitor registers, letterhead, labels, forms, and office memorabilia among others. The press and history section contains articles written about ONE Inc., articles written by W. Dorr Legg as a representative of ONE Inc., and other materials detailing ONE Inc.'s history. Although the administrative records series includes documentation from across all of ONE's operations, records generated or received by the Publications, Education, Library, Research, and Social Services Divisions, as well as by the ONE World Travel Club, Institute for the Study of Human Resources, or various satellite offices, will have greater representation in those respective series.

Arrangement note

The records have been arranged by topic in the following order: 1) meetings (annual reports and meeting minutes), 2) finances (tax and financial records, gifts, and fundraising projects), 3) legal issues, 4) corporate administration (events, conferences, and committees; projects and proposals; and office and property administration), and 5) press and history.

 Annual reports, covering years 1957-1975 

Scope and Contents note

The records comprise the bound reports of the annual meetings published by ONE Inc. for the years 1957-1975. The annual reports consist of individual division and department reports summarizing the previous year’s activities and achievements. Edits and notes to the reports have been included when available. Individual reports made at annual meetings outside of those for the years 1957-1975 can be found in the meeting minutes section of the administrative records. Note that the report for year 1964 was issued by a breakaway group of ONE Inc. staff, but can be assumed to contain similar content as the original.

Arrangement note

The reports are arranged chronologically by year.

Box Folder

 Annual reports, covering years 1957-1975   [19 folders]

1 1-19

 Meeting minutes 1953-1994 

Scope and Contents note

The records consist of annual, corporate, trustee, board of directors, board of governors, academic, and sundry other ad hoc meeting minutes of ONE Inc., 1953-1994. From 1953-1954 meeting minutes were labeled as corporation, regular, special, staff, or editorial; from 1955-1962 annual, corporate, or educational planning; and from 1963-1968 annual, corporation, or board of directors. A coding system was initiated in 1967 to label corporation meetings with a “c” and board of director meetings with a “b” (annual meetings were considered a subset of corporation meetings). From 1968-1973 corporation meetings were retitled as voting member meetings, but continued to be labeled with a “c." In 1974 voting member meetings were retitled as trustee meetings and the “c” coding was replaced with a “t.” Although the codings ceased in 1978, the annual, trustee, and board of director meetings minutes continued through 1993.

The advertising committee meeting minutes are represented between 1963-1964. When ONE Institute became an accredited advanced-degree program in 1981, academic council (1981, 1985, 1989, 1990, 1992) and administrative council (1982) meeting minutes appear (Note that the academic and administrative councils may be two names for the same group). The board of governors meeting minutes first appear in 1982 and seem to represent joint meetings of board members from both ONE Inc. and the Institute for the Study of Human Resources (ISHR). Note that additional minutes of joint ONE Inc. and ISHR meetings are represented throughout the later years of the records, but were not titled as Board of Governors.

Reports presented at meetings have been included when available. Reports given at annual meetings between 1957 and 1976 can be accessed in the annual reports section of the administrative files.

Arrangement note

The records are arranged chronologically by year.

Box Folder

 Meeting minutes 1953-1979   [34 folders]

2 1-34

 Meeting minutes 1980-1994, undated   [27 folders]

3 1-27

 Taxes 1953-1992 

Scope and Contents note

The records primarily consist of ONE Inc. annual and quarterly federal tax records, 1957-1992. To a lesser extent the materials include property tax records, unemployment tax returns, individual wage records, correspondence regarding tax issues and status, financial tabulations and calculations, Department of Commerce and Treasury Department records and correspondence, and state tax records. Tax records between 1953-1956 are not well represented.

Arrangement note

The records are arranged chronologically by year.

Box Folder

 Tax records 1953-1987   [32 folders]

3 28-59

 Tax records 1988-1992   [5 folders]

4 1-5

 Finances 1952-1993 

Scope and Contents note

The records consist of accounting records, budget estimates and calculations, banking and loan records, check stubs, invoices, inventories, payroll records, office and travel receipts, equipment leases, insurance records, typeset and printing receipts, charitable contributions, creditor filings, and other related financial dealings of ONE Inc., 1952-1993. The records cover all divisions and activities of ONE Inc. including publication, education, office administration, promotion, and travel among others.

Arrangement note

They records are arranged chronologically by year.

Box Folder

 Financial records 1952-1976   [25 folders]

4 6-30

 Financial records 1977-1993, undated   [18 folders]

5 1-18

 Gifts 1959-1993 

Scope and Contents note

The records document the physical and monetary gifts donated to ONE Inc. either directly or via the Institute for the Study of Human Resources, 1959-1993. The records include form letters thanking donors as well as promotional material requesting donations.

Arrangement note

The records are arranged chronologically by year with form letters at the end.

Box Folder

 Gifts 1959-1993   [7 folders]

5 19-25

 Fundraising projects 1964-1976 

Scope and Contents note

The records document two fundraising projects of ONE Inc., 1964-1976. Note that these projects provide only a sample of the fundraising activities conducted by ONE Inc. Other fundraising activities may be tracked in the correspondence and promotional material sections.

Box Folder

 Vote Yes on Proposition ONE 1964 

5 26

 New York Mattachine 1970-1975 

5 27

 Legal 1956-1994 

Scope and Contents note

The records consist of court documents, evidential material, correspondence, contracts, notes, and memoranda pertaining to ONE Inc. legal involvements, 1956-1994. Court documents include summaries, depositions, injunctions, petitions, and other official records. Additional records include those regarding United States Treasury Department disputes, estate proceedings, Federal Bureau of Investigation records, and other sundry legal issues.

Arrangement note

The court case records are arranged chronologically by the date of the earliest record as are the correspondence files. Treasury Department, Estate, and Federal Bureau of Investigation files are listed at the end.

 Court cases 1956-1994 

Box Folder

 ONE Inc. vs. Otto K. Olesen 1956-1958 

5 28

 ONE Inc. vs. Continental Travel 1961-1962 

5 29

 ONE Inc. vs. Donald Rutherford Slater 1965-1977 

Box Folder

 Promotional material, Cahuenga 1965-1967   [2 folders]

5 30-31

 Promotional material, ONE Inc. 1965-1966 

5 32

 Correspondence 1965-1977   [7 folders]

6 1-7

 Court records 1965   [2 folders]

5 33-34

 Preliminary injunction 1965-1966 

5 35

 District Court of Appeals 1965-1966 

6 8

 Deposition of Don Slater 1965 

6 9

 Deposition of Chet Sampson and Lewis Bonham 1966 

6 10

 Monwell Boyfrank files 1965-1967   [3 folders]

6 11-13

 Petition to order arbitration 1969-1970 

6 14
Box Folder

 Keith Milton Rhinehart vs. State of Washington 1966 

6 15

 One Inc. vs. Liberty News Company 1966-1968 

6 16

 Barbara L. Graham et al. vs. Stanley R. Resor et al. 1968 

6 17

 Alvin Leon Buchanan, Travis Lee Strickland vs. Henry Wade, District Attorney of Dallas County, Texas 1969-1970 

6 18

 ONE Inc. vs. Reed Erickson 1983-1994 

6 19

 Correspondence 1979-1990 

Box Folder

 Selwyn, Herbert 1979-1985 

7 1

 Kohorn, Jay and Thomas Coleman 1982-1986 

7 2

 Seidman and Seidman 1983-1987 

7 3

 Russell, Thomas Hunter 1984-1985 

7 4

 Cameron, David 1984-1989   [2 folders]

7 5-6

 Coleman, Thomas 1987-1989 

7 7

 Abbitt, Diane 1988-1990 

7 8
Box Folder

 Treasury Department: Bureau of Customs 1966-1969 

7 9

 Estate files 1966-1989 

7 10

 Federal Bureau of Investigation files on ONE Inc. 1966-1984 

7 11

 Miscellaneous 1959-1982, undated 

7 12

 Events, conferences, and committees 1953-1993 

Related Archival Materials note

Aside from the art shows, each of the individually listed events, conferences, and committees may be more expansively researched in other ONE Archives collections or in ONE Archives subject files.

Scope and Contents note

The records consist of events, conferences, and committees administered or participated in by ONE Inc. staff, 1953-1993.

Arrangement note

The general records are arranged chronologically, while the individually listed events, conferences, and committees are arranged alphabetically.

Box Folder

 Event, conferences, and committees 1960-1993, undated   [5 folders]

Arrangement note

The records are arranged in chronological order.

7 13-17

 Art shows 1971-1976, undated 

7 18

 Christopher Street West and Gay Pride 1975-1982 

7 19

 Committee against the Registration of Homosexuals 1980-1981   [2 folders]

7 20-21

 Gay and Lesbian Police Task Force 1983-1984 

7 22

 International Committee for Sexual Equality (ICSE) 1953-1960 

Scope and Contents note

ICSE material can also be referenced in the Holland folder under the circulation and distribution section of the Publications Division records series.

7 23

 North American Conference of Homophile Organizations (NACHO) 1966-1971, undated   [2 folders]

7 24-25

 Southern California Council on Religion and the Homophile (SCCRH) 1965-1973, undated   [3 folders]

Scope and Contents note

W. Dorr Legg participated in SCCRH and CRH events and even acted as an officer to SCCRH for an unknown duration. Although W. Dorr Legg could have been acting independently of ONE Inc., incoming letters were often stamped by ONE’s date stamp while outgoing mail often went out on ONE letterhead signed by W. Dorr Legg as a representative of ONE Inc. The SCCRH collection should be consulted for more extensive coverage of this organization.

7 26-28

 Projects and proposals 1958-1988 

Scope and Contents note

The records consist of proposals and projects considered and/or undertaken by ONE Inc., 1958-1988. Projects and proposals of particular ONE divisions or affiliates should be sought under that particular division's or affiliate's series listing.

Box Folder

 Projects and proposals 1958-1988 

7 29

 Homosexuality in the American Male project 1966-1972 

7 30

 Trojan for Men collaboration 1969 

7 31

 Social Committee questionnaire 1980 

7 32

 Center for Advanced Studies proposal 1983-1987   [2 folders]

Scope and Contents note

Proposal was primarily proffered by Walter Williams.

8 1-2

 Office administration 1953-1994 

Scope and Contents note

The records consist of the general administrative records of ONE Inc., 1953-1994. The records include foundational documents, policies, and manuals; employment records; merger communications with the International Gay and Lesbian Archives; labels, letterhead, and forms; and other general operational records.

Arrangement note

The records are arranged in chronological order with undated materials at the end.

Box Folder

 Articles of incorporation and by-laws 1953-1974, undated 

8 3

 State of California filings 1953, 1972 

8 4

 Employment and job roles 1955, undated 

Scope and Contents note

Includes a sample of Jim Kepner's employment records.

8 5

 Policies and manuals 1965, 1981, undated 

8 6

 Christmas card lists 1966-1980 

8 7

 Organizational structure 1972-1986, undated 

8 8

 Organizational structure undated   [oversized]

95 5

 Office operations 1975, 1985, undated 

8 9

 Directory listings 1977-1989 

8 10

 Directors and board member lists 1982-1994, undated 

8 11

 Visit and call registers 1986 

8 12

 Merger with the International Gay and Lesbian Archives 1994 

8 13

 Tally of Vice Squad Cars in Hollywood undated 

8 40

 Events and promotion 1994, undated 

8 41

 Unattributed notebooks undated 

8 14

 Mailing labels undated 

8 32

 ONE trademark labels undated 

8 33

 ONE trademark labels undated   [oversized]

95 4

 Letterhead undated 

8 34

 ONE envelops, business cards, and a 1957 membership card 1957, undated 

8 35

 Forms: ONE Inc. undated 

8 36

 Norman Daniels sign for ONE Inc. undated   [oversized]

95 6

 Memorabilia: ONE Institute pin undated 

8 37

 Memorabilia undated 

Scope and Contents note

Photograph of a ONE Inc. cookie, a ONE in Chicago matchbook, and a matchbook connected with ONE in Phoenix.

8 38

 Computer disks 1993, undated   [7 3.5 inch disks]

Scope and Contents note

Includes a Homophile Studies in Theory and Practice manuscript and other back-up files.

Processing Information

Disk contents accessible via CD and digital files.

8 39

 Property administration 1962-1994 

Scope and Contents note

The records consist of property leases, building layouts and designs; Milbank Mansion use permissions, subleases, administration, and real estate files; Country Club Park Neighborhood and Los Angeles Conservancy association records; and the Venice office keys of ONE Inc., 1962-1994.

Box Folder

 Property leases 1962-1981 

8 15

 Building layouts and designs 1982, undated 

8 16

 Building layouts and designs undated   [oversized]

95 3

 Milbank Mansion 1983-1994 

Box Folder

 Country Club Park Neighborhood Association 1983-1993   [2 folders]

8 17-18

 Los Angeles Conservancy 1986-1987 

8 19

 Property administration 1983-1988, undated 

8 20

 Use permissions and subleases 1983-1994   [7 folders]

8 21-27

 Use permissions and subleases, Emergence 1986-1987   [2 folders]

Scope and Contents note

Emergence was a non-profit organization that subleased the Milbank Mansion from ONE Inc.

8 28-29

 Property sale 1994 

8 30
Box Folder

 Venice Boulevard office keys undated   [3 keys]

8 31

 Press and history 1952-1994 

Scope and Contents note

The records consist of press material regarding ONE Inc., assorted texts written by W. Dorr Legg as a representative of ONE, obituaries and memorial programs of ONE staff and contributors, and material about ONE's foundation and history for the years 1952-1994. Press materials primarily consist of newspaper and magazine clippings, but also include correspondence with media outlets, press releases, bibliographic card catalogs referencing articles written about ONE Inc., and a script from the "Off the Cuff" show.

Box Folder

 Press materials regarding ONE Inc. 1954-1994 

1 20-24

 Press materials regarding ONE Inc. 1959-1985   [oversized]

95 2

 Text written by W. Dorr Legg 1958-1993 

1 25

 Obituaries of ONE Inc. staff 1960-1994 

Scope and Contents note

Includes memorial programs.

1 26

 ONE Inc. history for the years 1952-1994   [3 folders]

1 27-29

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Series 2:  Series 2. Publications 1952-1994   6.0 linear feet.

Scope and Contents note

The records consist of the books, serial publications, and promotional material published by ONE Inc., 1953-1994. The serial publications include all copies of ONE Magazine,  ONE Confidential,  ONE Letter,  ONE Institute Quarterly: Homophile Studies,  ONE Book Service,  ONE Calendar, and  The Butterfly. Note: these records only contain the published and distributed materials of ONE Inc. Records regarding the administration, production, circulation, and sales of publications are located under the Publications Division records series.

Arrangement note

The titles have been arranged by date of the earliest publication:

  • ONE Magazine, 1953
  • Books, 1955
  • ONE Confidential, 1956
  • ONE Letter, 1967 (a continuation of the  ONE Confidential) series
  • ONE Institute Quarterly: Homophile Studies, 1958
  • ONE Book Service, 1958 (although promotional material for books date back to 1955)
  • ONE Calendar, 1967
  • The Butterfly, 1974

Promotional materials have been listed at the end.

 ONE Magazine 1953-1967, 1972 

Scope and Contents note

The records consist of the 170 issues of ONE Magazine published by ONE Inc., 1953-1967, 1972. The records include individual issues of  ONE Magazine, volumes bound by year, three autographed copies, and 14 indices covering the years 1954-1967. The magazine was published in a 6" x 7" size in 1953, a 5" x 8" size from 1954 to 1967, and a 8.5" x 11" size in 1972. The content include articles by Jim Kepner, Norman Mailer, Harry Otis, James Barr, and Donald Webster Cory as well as professional advice from psychologists Evelyn Hooker and Blanche Baker.

Biographical/Historical note

At a Mattachine meeting in October 1952 devoted to socio-sexual issues of the day, a member voiced the idea that there should be "a way of letting more people know about these things" ( ONE Magazine, "How ONE Began," volume 3, issue 2, February 1955). Out of that sentiment emerged  ONE Magazine in January 1953, the first sustained serial publication in the western hemisphere devoted exclusively to homosexuality. Although ONE Inc. branched out into many different activities and functions over the years, the original articles of incorporation from 1953 state that one of the primary purposes "for which this corporation was formed are to publish and disseminate a magazine dealing primarily with homosexuality from the scientific, historical and critical point of view..."

Box

 Individual issues and indices 1953-1967, 1972   [170 issues and 14 indices]

Scope and Contents note

Contains a complete set of ONE Magazine, 1952-1967, 1972, including the variant  ONE Magazine printed in June 1967, and a complete set of  ONE Magazine indices covering the years 1954-1967.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

The ONE Magazines and indices contain traces of mold.

Arrangement note

The publications are arranged chronologically with the 1972 issues and indices in the back.

9

 Individual issues and indices 1953-1967, 1972   [169 issues and 12 indices]

Scope and Contents note

Contains a near complete set of ONE Magazine, 1952-1967, 1972, and  ONE Magazine indices covering the years 1955-1967. Missing from the set are the variant  ONE Magazine for June 1967 and the  ONE Magazine indices for 1954 and 1961.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

The ONE Magazines and indices contain traces of mold.

Arrangement note

The publications are arranged chronologically with the 1972 issues and indices in the back.

10

 Bound volumes 1953-1961   [12 volumes]

Scope and Contents note

The records contain two sets of bound copies of ONE Magazine, one covering the years 1953-1955, the other 1953-1961.

11
Box Folder

 Autographed copies 1958-1961   [2 folders]

Scope and Contents note

Fred Frisbie autographed the January 1958 and October 1961 issues containing his cover art. Stella Rush autographed the June 1960 issue of her "Sten Russell" cover story.

11 1-2

 Books 1956-1994 

Scope and Contents note

The records consist of books published by ONE Inc., 1956-1994. Although not all ONE Inc. books are included in this collection, all of the following books can be referenced through the ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives library:

  • Game of Fools by James Barr, 1955.
  • Homosexuals Today by Marvin Cutler, 1956.
  • The Keval by Harry Otis, 1959.
  • AE: The Open Persuader by Auctor Ignotus, 1969.
  • Homophile Studies in Theory and Practice by W. Dorr Legg, 1994.

Records relating to the production, publication, and sale of the above books can be referenced in the Publications Division records under book publications.

ONE Inc. was also involved in the creation of An Annotated Bibliography of Homosexuality by Vern L Bullough, W. Dorr Legg, Barrett W. Elcano, and James Kepner, 1976. Records regarding the production of this book can be referenced in the Research Division records series.

Box Folder

 Cutler, Marvin, ed. Homosexuals Today. Los Angeles: ONE, Incorporated, 1956.   [hardcover]

12 1

 Fugate, James (Barr). Game of Fools. Los Angeles: ONE, Incorporated, 1955.   [hardcover]

12 6

 Otis, Harry. Eight Stories. Los Angeles: ONE, Incorporated, 1958-1965.   [folio of ONE Magazine articles]

12 7

 Otis, Harry. The Keval. Los Angeles: ONE, Incorporated, 1959.   [paperback]

12 8

 Ignotus, Auctor. AE: The Open Persuader. Los Angeles: ONE, Incorporated, 1969.   [2 hardcover copies]

12 2-3

 Legg, W. Dorr, ed. Homophile Studies in Theory and Practice. Los Angeles: ONE Institute Press; San Francisco: GLB Publishers, 1994.   [1 paperback, 1 hardcover]

12 4-5

 ONE Confidential 1956-1967 

Scope and Contents note

The records consist of the individual issues of ONE Confidential published by ONE Inc., 1956-1967. Indices for  ONE Confidential can be referenced under the  ONE Letter section.

Biographical/Historical note

ONE Confidential "is not just another magazine, but a privately issued newsletter for members of the corporation and staff members - those who have been generous of their time and money, so indicating their genuine interest in the corporation's works.   ONE Confidential will not only keep its readers posted as to what the corporation is doing and planning, but it will also contain news items and other information not suitable for the general public, yet which seem important" (  ONE Confidential, volume 1, number 1, March 1956).

Initially ONE Confidential was conceived as a way to quickly disseminate issues as they occur and so was planned with no regular publication date. However by 1959  ONE Confidential was being issued on a regular monthly schedule.  ONE Confidential was originally published in a 8.5" x 11" size, but in 1964 was moved to a 5" x 8" size similar to  ONE Magazine. In January 1968  ONE Confidential was recast as  ONE Letter.

Arrangement note

The publications are arranged chronologically by year.

Box Folder

 ONE Confidential 1956-1967   [12 folders]

14 1-12

 ONE Letter 1967-1994 

Scope and Contents note

The records consist of the individual issues of ONE Letter published by ONE Inc., 1967-1994. The records include indices to  ONE Letter covering the years 1956-1975. Note that although the indices contain the heading of  ONE Letter, those prior to 1968 reference the  ONE Confidential publication.

Biographical/Historical note

ONE Letter replaced  ONE Confidential in January 1968. The first issue of  ONE Letter in December 1957 had a similar directive as  ONE Confidential, with the cover describing it as "a news magazine for the Friends of ONE, the voting and non-voting members."  ONE Letter was initially published in the same 5" x 8" size as  ONE Confidential, but changed to a 8.5" x 11" size in 1970.

Arrangement note

The individual issues and indices are each arranged chronologically.

Box Folder

 Individual issues 1967-1994   [28 folders]

15 1-28

 Indices, covering years 1956-1975   [3 folders]

15 29-31

 ONE Institute Quarterly: Homophile Studies 1958-1970 

Scope and Contents note

The records consist of the 22 individual issues and 4 bound copies of ONE Institute Quarterly: Homophile Studies published by ONE Inc., 1958-1970.

Biographical/Historical note

"One of the most tantalizing, and often one of the sorriest, features of the modern epoch is the development of those great systems of ideas which, seizing on some formerly overlooked or underrated area of human affairs, drive certain 'basic principles' from that area, and then attempt, often with remarkable adroitness, to explain all human relations, all human problems, all human history in terms of those principles." ONE Institute Quarterly intended to examine these systems "to see if and how homophiles fit into their patterns.... and to lead up to the question of whether it may be necessary for the homophile to construct his own system of thought, and fit the world into it, rather than continue the hapless effort to fit himself onto a Procrustean bed."  ONE Institute Quarterly aimed to "demonstrate that those in the [homosexual] class do constitute one of the largest and most critical groups in human society, running through all classes, all times and all societies... and to attempt to understand that minority and to assay its place in 'the scheme of things." (  ONE Institute Quarterly introduction by Jim Kepner, Volume 1, Spring 1958).

Box

 Individual issues 1958-1970   [2 sets of 22 issues each]

13

 Bound volumes 1958-1961   [4 volumes]

13

 ONE Book Service 1955-1979, undated 

Scope and Contents note

The records consist of the individual issues of ONE Book Service as well as other promotional material published by the book department of ONE Inc., 1955-1979. Roughly 40 issues of the  ONE Book Service series were published under various titles from 1958-1971, although other material referencing books sales and the book service were published from 1955-1979. Note that not all Books Service publications may be represented in these records. Additional publications regarding the sale of books may be found in the promotional materials section.

Biographical/Historical note

Although the Book Service department of ONE Inc. started in 1955 with the release of James Barr's Game of Fools, the  ONE Book Service publication didn't begin until April 1958. This first issue explained that "the growth of ONE Book Service in the past three years has convinced us of the need of some sort of regular notification to our readers and book customers regarding new and interesting titles available in this field." While the series lasted until 1971, it never became a regularly scheduled publication. The publication displayed variable titles over the years including  Book Notes from ONE,  ONE Book Service,  ONE Bookservice,  ONE Book Service Book Notes,  ONE Bookservice Booklist,  ONE Bookservice Checklist, and  ONE's Book Service Checklist.

Arrangement note

The records are arranged chronologically by year.

Box Folder

 ONE Book Service 1955-1979, undated   [16 folders]

15 32-47

 ONE Calendar 1966-1994 

Scope and Contents note

The records consist of the individual issues of ONE Calendar published by ONE Inc., 1966-1994.  ONE Calendar provided a format to promote events hosted by ONE Inc. including in-house and travelling lectures; in-house and extension educational courses; travel tours; campus tours; meetings; work, holiday, and summer parties; movie showings; Midwinter Institutes; fund drives; and special events.  ONE Calendar also provided information about ONE Inc. services, funding and material needs, contact information, and hours of operation. To a lesser extent, calendar listings also provided information on job openings and events supported but not hosted by ONE Inc. The publication was titled  Calendar of Events until 1972 when it was changed to  ONE Calendar.

Arrangement note

The records are arranged chronologically by year.

Box Folder

 ONE Calendar 1966-1994   [29 folders]

16 1-29

 The Butterfly 1974-1979 

Scope and Contents note

The records consist of the individual issues of The Butterfly published by ONE Inc., 1966-1994.

Biographical/Historical note

The Butterfly publication is actually a collocation of two sets of publications released by Ron Aviano at ONE Inc.   The Butterfly Gazette was published from 1974-1975, while  The Butterfly was published from 1977-1979. However the intention of both publications was summed up in the April 1977 issue: "Ron Aviano is the chairman of ONE in Los Angeles, the on-going social arm for the members and friends of ONE Inc. local denizens.  The Butterfly is the newsletter and social calendar for ONE in Los Angeles." Contents of the publication include a calendar of events as well as poetry, short fiction, editorials, and personal accounts usually written by Ron Aviano. While  ONE Calendar focused on official ONE Inc. functions,  The Butterfly focused more on social gatherings, dining, hiking, dancing, comedy, theater, music events, et al.

Arrangement note

The records are arranged chronologically by year.

Box Folder

 The Butterfly 1974-1979   [5 folders]

16 30-34

 Promotional materials 1952-1994 

Scope and Contents note

The records consist of flyers and bulk mailings that promoted events, news, travel, meetings, and fundraising for ONE Inc., 1952-1994. The materials include brochures and pamphlets about ONE Inc., press releases, news releases (including those issued from the short-lived ONE News Service), promotion of ONE sponsored and/or hosted events, and requests for funds. The records document the activities of the Publications, Education, Library, Research, and Social Service Divisions as well as the activities of the ONE World Travel Club, Institute for the Study of Human Resources, and satellite offices. Cinemattachine promotional materials are included from 1976 as are Pat Rocco’s ONE Adventure promotional materials from 1973.

The ONE News Service announcement of ONE Inc.'s Supreme Court victory can be found in the 1958 file. The announcement of the Los Angeles Police Chief Edward Davis' slander against gays can be found in the 1973 file. Duplication should be expected.

Arrangement note

The promotional materials are arranged chronologically by year. The promotional material regarding member subscription is arranged chronologically by decade at the end.

Box Folder

 Promotional materials 1952-1969   [17 folders]

16 35-51

 Promotional materials 1970-1994, untitled   [28 folders]

17 1-28

 Promotional materials, member subscription 1954-1987   [4 folders]

17 29-32

 Promotional materials, unsorted undated 

17 33

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Series 3:  Series 3. Correspondence 1952-1994   26.6 linear feet.

Scope and Contents note

The records consists of incoming, outgoing, and interoffice correspondence across all divisions and activities of ONE Inc., 1952-1994. The records document requests for information and assistance, research and collaboration offers, publication orders, membership, outreach and media relations, office administration, educational offerings, travel tours, conferences, events, lectures, projects, proposals, business solicitations, and permission requests for use of materials among others. The records include letters, membership forms, memoranda, and occasional subject matter about a person or organization. The files include international correspondence from most Western European countries as well as from Vietnam, Columbia, South Africa, Burundi, Japan, Kenya, Singapore, Ecuador, Valenzuela, Peru, Southern Rhodesia, and Peru just to name a few. The files include correspondence and membership records from all occupations and stations of life from doctors to reverends, lawyers to prisoners, soldiers to activists, administrators to scientists.

Note that although the correspondence series covers all areas of ONE Inc's operations, specific correspondence is also provided in the Publications, Education, Social Service, and Research Division records series as well as in the ONE World Travel Club, Institute for the Study of Human Resources, and satellite offices records series. Note that within the three sections of this series, topical overlap should also be expected.

Arrangement note

The records are arranged into three sections: 1) correspondence and membership records (A-Z), 1953-1994; 2) correspondence (chronological), 1952-1994, and 3) foreign correspondence, 1953-1994.

 Correspondence and membership records (A-Z) 1953-1994 

Scope and Contents note

The records primarily document the membership records and publication orders of ONE Inc., 1953-1974. To a lesser extent, the records also include correspondence covering all activities and divsions of ONE Inc., 1953-1994. The people and institutions covered include Alfred Kinsey, Eric Julber, Michael Lombardi, Blanche Baker, Christopher Isherwood, Morris Kight, Dale Jennings, Evelyn Hooker, Bruce Hopping, Henry Glazier, Paul Goldman, Antony Grey, Barbara Grier, Hal Call, Thomas Coleman, Jean Cordova, Donald Webster Cory, Elver Barker, JJ Bellanger, Harry Benjamin, Troy Perry, Eddie Sandifer, Merrit Thompson, James Osgood, James Booker, William J. Barclay, John Burnside, Albert Ellis, James Eggeling, Henry Gerber, Thane Walker, Tony Seguro, Frank Kameny, Stella Rush, Jim Egan, Kirby Congdon, Thane Walker, Harry Hay, Charles Rowland, George Sylvester Viereck, Del Martin, Joan Corbin, Janus Society, Der Kreis, Vennon, National League for Social Understanding, and Playboy among others.

Note that the generic A, B, C... folders contain extensive correspondence from 1953 and especially 1964. The high volume of magazine requests from 1964 may be in part due to the 1964 Life magazine issue on the gay community and its mention of ONE Inc.

The W.S. Robin file contains a ONE Magazine envelop returned as undeliverable to ONE Inc. with the stamp "Refused at Customs" and the script "Prohibited." The Robert Dulane file contains a  ONE Magazine envelop returned as undeliverable to ONE Inc. with the stamp "Mail returned by direction of Court appointed Receiver." The Lois Mercer file contains the Pioneer Award certificate she was awarded by ONE Inc. The Samuel O. Davis file documents a 1960s company advertising gay pornography, then scamming its customers.

The alphabetical maintenance of membership and subscription files seems to have largely ended in 1974, roughly corresponding to the end of the internationally distributed ONE Institute Quarterly in 1970 and  ONE Magazine in 1972. It is unknown how membership and mailing lists were maintained after 1974 except that the reduction in distributed materials and incoming reader correspondence may not have required an extensive alphabetical system to manage.

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The records are arranged alphabetically by the name of the correspondent.

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 A-Bak 

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A; Aaron, Joe; Abel, A.; Abell, Kenneth; Abraham, Robert D.; Abrahamson, A. C.; A-C Book Service; Acevedo, Jorge; Ackerman, Forrest; Ackroyd, E. V.; Acuna, Ray; Adam, Gerry; Adames, George; Adams, Ace; Adams, C. R. Sr.; Adams, Henry; Adams, Jerry; Adams, Lillian; Adams, Peter; Adams, Robert; Adams, Steve; Adamson, Ernest W.; Aden, Cabot R.; Adkins, Warren D.; Adler, John A.; Adrian, Walter; Advocate; Aguilar, G. S.; Aguirre, Jorge; Ahles, L. J.; Ahmed, M/S Shabbir; Ainsley, Sherry; Airheart, I. M.; Akers, Leslie; Albert, Fernand; Albert, Gordie; Albert, Leo; Albert, Mary-Faith; Albert, Maurie; Albert, Ronald E.; Albertson, Joseph K.; Albitz, Richard A.; Albrecht, Dena; Albright, William; Alcorn, Russell; Alden, Lynn; Aless, Comte Des; Alexander, D.; Alexander, L.; Alexander, Lewis M.; Alford, Herbert W.; Alfred, Herbert; Alger, Gene; Alkens, Wallace M.; All, Lambert; Allain, Marvin; Allen, Dayle; Allen, George D.; Allen, George H.; Allen, James; Allen, Kurt; Allen, Luther; Allen, Richard; Allen, Verne; Allen's Press Clipping Bureau; Alligood, William; Alling, C. L.; Allison, R. P.; Allyn, Sherwood; Almonrade, William; Alt, Eugene; Alter, Forrest; Alvarado, Art; Alwood, Dennis; Amato, Anthony; Amato, J.; Amavisca, Frank; Ambrosetti, William; American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU); Amerinda, F. R.; Ames, Albert; Ames, Harvey; Amico, R.; Amieva, Roberto B.; Amorifer, Hermes; Amormino, Eugene; Amos, Harold; Amundson, Bryan; Andel, Horst; Anders, Eberhard; Andersen, Bernhard; Anderson Association; Anderson, Adrienne; Anderson, Bart; Anderson, Bert; Anderson, Carl; Anderson, Dale; Anderson, David; Anderson, E. G.; Anderson, Forrest; Anderson, Gordon; Anderson, Herbert; Anderson, Max; Anderson, Melvin; Anderson, R. Stott; Anderson, Roy E.; Anderson, Stuart W.; Anderson, Venice; Anderson, William. P.; Anding, George E.; Andreasen, Manfred; Andrews, Kieth; Andrews, T.J.; Andringa, Joseph; Anger, Kenneth; Anonymous; Anschutz, Werner; Ansen, Alan; Antrobus, Thomas; Aponte, Eliseo J.; Apple, Lee; Appleby, John T.; Applegate, Howard; Appleget, Carl E.; Arata, John V.; Archambault, Jacques; Archer, Edward Jay; Archer, P.A.; Arenburg, Rose Marie; Arents, George; Argall, Ron W.; Argo, Marjorie B.; Armstrong, Daved E.; Armstrong, Robert G.; Armstrong, Robert J.; Armstrong, Robert S.; Armstrong, Vern; Arneta, Jacob P.; Arnold, Billy J.; Arnold, Robert; Aronovitz, Abe; Arrington, Larry; Arsenault, Conrad W.; Arsenault, Mario; Arthur, Jack; Ascher, Carol; Ash, Willie James; Ashcraft, S.R.; Ashe, Eugene; Ashe, Victor H.; Asher, Gerald; Ashley, Bruce; Ashley, David P.; Ashman, John E.; Ashmead, Lawrence; Aston, J.P.; Ate, Bob; Atherton, Don; Aubit, Joseph R.; Auger, Armand; Ausset, Georges; Austen, Jim; Austin, G.G. Jr.; Austin, R.; Auten, Lawrence J.; Avery, Curtis E.; Avery, Thomas D.; Avies, R.D.; Avila, Nelson; Avner, Irving; Avoine, C.D.; Axford, Peter; Ayers, Betty; Ayers, Conrad M., M.D. ; Ayers, Henry; Azan, Edward; Azarmi, Ahmed A.; Azimar, Yves; B; Babel, William A.; Bachman, Luther; Bachus, Orval; Badger, Victor S.; Badger, William; Badin, Elmer J.; Baehrel, Peter W.; Baggitt, Ann; Bagley, Edward F.; Bailey, Aubrey; Bailey, Henry T.; Bailey, Kenneth D.; Bailey, Sherwin; Bailey, W.M.; Bain, John M.; Baird, Thomas R.; Baird, E.W. III; Baird, T.A.; Baity, C.W.; and Baker, Blanche.

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 Bak-Boo 

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Baker, Blanche; Baker, Clyde Richard "Rickeno"; Baker, Donald; Baker, H. Vernon; Baker, J.G.; Baker, James; Baker, Larry; Baker, Richard; Baker, Ruth; Baker, Veola; Baker, William; Balamos, John; Balderston, David C., Ed.D.; Baldwin, Gene; Bale, Shelby G., Jr.; Ball, Frank J.; Ball, Lloyd C.; Ballard, Mary; Ballweber, Carol D.; Baltis, H.C. Jr.; Baly, Earl; Banbury, Richard; Banis, Victor; Banks, A. D.; Banks, Paul N.; Banks, William; Bannon, Ann; Baptista, S.F.; Baque, Anthony; Baracca, P.E.; Barber, Nigel Graeme; Barber, Peggy; Barber, Sarah; Barclay, William J.; Barcus, Thomas R.; Barefly, Lureta; Barenfield, Thomas Edward; Baribault, Phillip; Baribeau, Robert; Barker, Elver; Barkley, Bill J.; Barnard, Gordon; Barnes, George; Barnetch, Paul; Barnett, W.E.; Barnhart, J.E.; Barnhart, M.C.; Barreiros, Luis; Barrett, James M.; Barrett, Jan; Barrett, Paul; Barron, Stephen; Barrow, Eric; Barry, Charles B.; Barry, Martin; Barry, Peter; Barta, F. Kenneth; Barter, Gale F.; Barth, William; Bartholomew, D.D.; Bartindale, Jack; Bartlett, Frank A. Sr.; Bartlett, George; Bartlow, T.E.; Barton, Frank; Baruah, Amrit; Bashlow, Robert; Basinger, C.D.; Basker, Robert; Bassett, Howard Lee; Bassett, J. Bruce; Bassewitz, Vicke; Bassford, Don; Bastin, J. G.; Batchelor, J.R.; Bates, Richard; Batson, Ernest A.; Batt, Henry T.; Battenbo, H.; Bauer, Allen; Baumbach, Robert; Baxter, Wayne; Beach Haven Resort; Beach, Spencer; Beall, Virgil M.; Bean, Carl P.; Beard, Max; Beardemphl, William; Bearden, Gerald L.; Beardslee, A. M.; Beardsley, Drake; Bearor, Bud; Beasley, A. T.; Beaudette, M. P.; Beaumont, George B.; Beck, Eugene W.; Beck, Howard; Beck, Richard F.; Beckman, Donald G.; Beecher, Willard; Beemer, Kenneth; Behrendt, Howard; Beischer, L. K.; Bekesh, Wendell; Bekkering, K.; Belanger, J. J. Bertrund; Belanger, Maurice; Belanger, Normand S.; Belch, John; Bell, Alan P. Dr.; Bell, David; Bell, Donald; Bell, Leonard W.; Bell, M.; Bell, Rex V.; Bell, William; Bellamy, Cheter A.; Bellini, R.; Belts, John; Benaime, Forturnato; Benjamin, Harry M.D.; Bennett, Brian; Bennett, John L.; Bennett, Sylvia; Benson, C.W.R.; Bentler, Peter; Benton, John E.; Bergler, Edmond M.D.; Berliner, C.; Bernard, Rick; Bernhard, Ruth; Bernstein, Michael; Berry, D.; Berry, David F.; Berry, Richard L.; Berthon, J.G.; Bertrand, G.V. (Vicky); Bertsche, Samuel; Betancourt, Andrew J.; Bethany, De Wayne; Bethany, W. T.; Bettis, Charles; Beverley, Huey; Bevineau, Jerome A.; Bialoglowski, Stan; Bickell, John Grandt; Bickhart, Charles; Bidwell, Dwight L.; Biebell, Heinz Dr.; Bigby, Charles W.; Bigelow, Jeanne; Bill; Billimoria, A. R.; Billings, Dale; Billings, Reginald W.; Billman, D. E.; Bilton, William G.; Bingham, Darrell; Binney, O.C.; Bird, Harold D.; Birdsong, W. F.; Birkner, Will; Birmele, Alex; Birmingham, H.; Bischoff, Robert W.; Bisha, Calvin; Bishop, Jefferson; Bishop, Tom; Bissell, Frederick T.; Bjerke, John S.; Bjork, John F. ; Bjorkman, Donald; Black, Byron; Black, Conrad J.; Black, Janet G.; Black, Sally W.; Blackburn, James E.; Blackburn, William G.; Blackshear, W. S.; Blair, L.G.; Blair, Robert R.; Blake, Robert; Blancett, George F.; Blanchard, Charles W.; Blanton, Bill; Blanton, Tom; Blasingame, Rex B.; Bleile, Kenneth; Blenski, Edward; Block, Martin; Bloemberg, Anthon N.; Bloom, R.M.; Bloye, Alvin; Blue, Jimmy; Blumyer, Edward; Boatman, Helen; Boaz, Willis Jr.; Bocquier, Henri; Bode, Charles; Boden, Wesley R.; Bodley, Donald E.; Boebinger, W. R.; Boeckel, Rod; Boeder, Howard; Boesenhofer, William; Boettcher, Harold; Boettcher, Henry; Bofysil, Sam; Boger, D.; Boger, Wanda; Bohannan, Louis W.; Bohn, David; Bohn, Ronald L.; Bohrer, Burton V.; Bolan, Charles W.; Bolin, Anne; Bolin, Richard S.; Bollinger, Charles F.; Bon, A.; Bonham, Lewis; Bonis, Henry; Bonnett, Robert P.; Bonora, John; Bonsall-Boone, Peter; Bonte, Charles C.; Book, Stanley; Booker, H. H. II; Booker, James; Boord, Robert O.

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 Boo-Byr 

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Boos, Maynard; Booth, D. G.; Booth, Harold; Borchers, Donald E.; Borden, David; Borella, Charles; and Borgmier, Linda Lee; Borsting, Herbert O.; Borutti, Paul; Bose, Marcus; Boskill, John; Bossart, Philip C.; Boucher, Wilfred; Boudet, M. Bernard; Boudreau, M. J.; Bouet, Jacques; Bouhy Van Helzie, M.; Boutin, J. Francis; Bowcutt, Margaret; Bowen, George H.; Bowen, Major R.; Bowes, Frank T.; Bowling, Charles; Bowman, Conrad; Bowser, R. L.; Box, Jess; Boxwell, Louis T.; Boyd, Carl R.; Boyd, Gilbert; Boyd, Robert; Boyer, Don; Boyer, James E.; Boyer, Louis; Boyer, Robert D.; Boyer, V.E.; Boyfrank, Manuel; Boykin, B. A.; Boyle, J. L. Dr.; Boyle, Richard; Boyle, Robert R.; Bradbury, A.; Braden, Barbara L.; Bradford, Andrew H.; Bradford, Howard; Bradley, Curt; Bradley, Donald Dale; Bradley, Marian Zimmer; Bradley, W. L.; Brady, William J. Jr.; Brancfield, Leo "Bud"; Brannen, Glenn L.; Brass, Ronald B.; Brasser, A.; Brauer, John M.; Braunstein, William P.; Bray, G. E.; Brayton, Arthur; Bredtschneider, Wolfgang; Breece, Jeanne; Breen, Walter H.; Bregstone, Steve; Breitlow, Warren E.; Brennan, Robert; Brennan, William E.; Brian, Dorothy; Brian, Harold L.; Briar, B.A.; Bridge, R. Eugene; Bridge, Silvia; Briggs, Spencer F.; Briggs, Wildred; Bright, Mason; Brightman, Howard; Brill, James Paul; Brimmer, Carol; Broadhead, Edward; Broadstone, J. Leonard; Broeker, Roy E.; Brombart, Andre; Bromwell, James; Bronson, Bill; Bronstein, Sidney; Brook, Michael; Brooke, Hilliard; Brooks, Andrew; Brooks, B. G.; Brooks, Glen H. Jr.; Brooks, Gordon W.; Brooks, John E.; Brooks, Johnny Esq.; Brooks, Riccardo R.; Brooks, Stanley E.; Brooks, Theodore H.; Brooks, Tom J.; Broomell, Frank; Broughton, Bud; Brouillard, Donald (Rev.); Broumas, Harry; Brower, Robert; Brown, B. W.; Brown, Bobby; Brown, Charles (Michigan); Brown, Charles (Ohio); Brown, Clarence H.; Brown, Donald; Brown, Earl E.; Brown, Elaine E.; Brown, Gil; Brown, Jack (Arizona); Brown, Jack (England); Brown, Jack (Michigan); Brown, James W.; Brown, John H.; Brown, John L.; Brown, Joseph A.; Brown, Juanita F.; Brown, Kendrick; Brown, Kenneth E.; Brown, Maurice L.; Brown, Ralph M.; Brown, Robert Charles; Brown, Robert D.; Brown, Roger; Brown, Thomas B.; Brown, Victor B.; Brown, Walter E.; Brown, Wendell G.; Brown, William L.; Brown, William P.; Browne, Don; Bruce, Albert D.; Bruder, Edward G.; Brumby, James N.; Bruni, Ernest; Brunner, William C.; Brunsman, Barry (O.F.M.); Bryan, Charles; Bryan, William J.; Bryson, Charles W.; Buchanan, R. T. Jr.; Buchanon, Felton; Buchner, Charles Jr.; Bucklew, John; Budd, Joe; Buehler, Philip; Buffington, John F.; Bufton, I.; Buhofer, Herbert; Bulkeley, David R.; Bull, Floyd K.; Bullard, Patric W.; Bullard, Richard D.; Bullock, Stan; Bullough, Vern; Bulmer, Patrick; Bundy, R. G.; Bunnell, Ellsworth H.; Buratti, James; Burchardt, Ake; Burchinsky, E. G.; Buretta, J. E.; Burgess, Roy E. II; Burgin, Robert L.; Burk, Bois; Burke, A. C.; Burke, Bill; Burke, Joseph F.; Burke, Stephen (Rev); Burkett, Paul D.; Burland, John Alexis (M.D.); Burland, Margaret; Burmeister, Neil; Burner, Victor J. (M.D.); Burnett, Harry; Burnett, Robert E.; Burnie, William R.; Burns, Clifford; Burns, Clifford E.; Burns, George O.; Burns, Joseph; Burns, Ken; Burns, Phylus; Burnside, Duncan; Burnside, John; Burrows, Donald E.; Burt, Calvin W.; Burt, Loren G.; Burtis, Lee L.; Burtner, Audrey M.; Burton, Demetrius H.; Burton, J. Niles; Burton, John C.; Burton, John E.; Burtscher, Tom; Busch, Reuben; Busch, Theodore F.; Bush, Joe (includes clippings); Bushall, Robert; Bushelman, Herbert; Bushyager, Thomas Jay; Bussemaker, T.; Bustard, Noel H.; Butcher, Jack; Butcher, Tom; Butler, Earl Jr.; Butler, Ralph J.; Butterfield, Donald E.; Butwell, Richard; Byant, James; Bye, Arthur (Ed.); Byers, H.R.; Byrd, David; Byrd, Joe T.; and Byrnes, James J.

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 C-Con 

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C; Cabito, Ida R.; Cable, Benjamin; Cahall, Larwrence M. III; Cahill, Brendan; Cain, Paul D.; Cain, Tim; Cain, William J. Jr.; Caine, Leonard; Calderwood, Deryck; Caldwell, Arthur B.; California Writer; Calkins, Grosvenor; Call, Hal; Callaghan, James F.; Callaghan, James Kingon; Callahan, Carol R.; Callahan, Dan R.; Callaway, Merrel P.; Callender, John Bryan; Calzone, Mike; Camelio, Ernest S. Jr.; Cameron, H.D.; Cameron, Rod; Campbell, Allan; Campbell, Colin; Campbell, Dave; Campbell, Douglas A.; Campbell, Edward F.; Campbell, I. L.; Campbell, R.; Campbell, T. B.; Campion, M.; Campos, Elroy P.; Cangalosi, Dominic; Cannon, Joseph B. Jr.; Canole, Brent; Caplin, Richard P.; Capuni, Aurelio; Caputo, Carmen A.; Caradine, N. R.; Carbonneau, A. L.; Carden, A. Charles; Cardiff, James; Carey, Ray; Carlquist, Sherwin; Carlyle, J. B.; Carner, William P.; Carnes, R. L.; Carpenter, Charles H.; Carpenter, R. A.; Carpentier, Severt Jr.; Carpp, Larry D.; Carr, Robert; Carr, William H., Jr.; Carranza, August; Carrier, Bernard; Carroll, Bill; Carrozza, James V.; Carsel, Richard; Carson, Jo; Carson, Neil T.; Carswell, H. B.; Carter, Bruce; Carter, Harold W.; Carter, James E.; Carter, Richard; Carter, Ron; Cartwright, Miller; Cary, Sally L.; Casagrandi, A.; Casamayor, Federico; Casarella, Tommaso; Case, Clarence C.; Case, Ken; Casey, Robert O.; Casler, Robert D.; Cassel, James E.; Cassidy, Charles F.; Cassidy, M. J.; Cassler, G. W.; Castellazzo, Carl M.; Castleman, C. F.; Castor, Elliott; Castro-Duque, Ramiro; Catherwood, W.S.; Catlin, David; Cato, Robert L.; Cato, Wallace; Catusco, Louis; Cauldwell, D. O.; Cauley, E. W.; Cavanaugh, Bernard; Cave, Tracy; Cavin, William P. Dr.; Caywood, Robert; Cecil, Andrew W.; Cepon, L.; Cermak, R. J.; Chamberlain, Robert F.; Chambers, Paul; Chaney, Terry M.; Chaplin, Don G.; Chaplin, Ed; Chapman, Alfred F.; Chapman, William D.; Chappell, P. E.; Charbonneau, Roger L.; Charland, Armand; Charles, Milan; Charlesworth, Tom; Charrier, Paul D.; Chartham, Robert Dr,; Chase, C. Dean; Chase, Richard; Chase, Richard A.; Chell, Edward H.; Chen, T. Y.; Cheshire, Nick; Cheuvront, Paul L.; Chicago Gay Crusader; Chilcott, R. J.; Childress, Valerie; Chimera, Joseph; Chiochetti, R. L.; Chojnicki, Ben; Chopp, A. L.; Christensen, J. A.; Christensen, Robert W.; Christenson, Didi; Christenson, J. C.; Christian Science Monitor; Christiernsson, Benet; Christopher, Kenneth; Christopher, Steven; Chumita, G. R.; Church, Don; Churchill, Henry; Churchill, Wainwright; Ciaravolo, Ronald; Ciarcia, Robert A.; Cimaroli, Patrick; Ciolino, Frank V.; Claeys, G. B.; Clapham, Stanley; Clark, Bruce; Clark, Dick; Clark, Don (K.C.); Clark, Don (L.A.); Clark, Lowndes W.; Clark, Morris S.; Clark, N. C.; Clark, Niel; Clark, Thomas; Clarke, George R.; Claxton, B.H.Y., Rev.; Clayton, James R.; Clayton, Robert M.; Cleaves, Robert W.; Clelland, William III; Clement, S.; Clements, Thomas M.; Clinton, Robert J.; Close, Harry J.; Cloteau, M.; Clyde, P.E.; COC; Cochran, Chalmer C.; Cochran, Charles E.; Cochran, John H.; Cochran, William Q.; Cochrell, John H.; Cody, Frances; Cohen, Albert G.; Cohen, Arthur B.; Cohen, Jack; Colbourn, H.L.; Colburn, Max; Cole, Grant H.; Cole, John Murray; Cole, Rob; Cole, Ron; Colegrove, E. Lee; Coleman, George C.; Coleman, Thomas F.; Colin, Philip; Colla, E.; Collette, Maurice E.; Collier, Thurlow F.; Collins, James L.; Collins, Leslie; Collins, Michael; Collins, Reginald W.; Collum, G. D. Jr.; Collyer, Jerry; Colquhoun, P,; Colson, Kenneth E.; Coltrane, Joe; Colucci, Ralph Jr.; Colvig, William M.; Colwell, Clarence A.; Combs, P.R.; Combs, Tram; Comp, Harold W. J.; Compton, Joseph E.; Comstock, W. B. Hillard; and Conant, Jerry.

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 Con-Def 

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Conen, Joel; Congdon, A. Kirby; Conger, Donald; Coniston, Val; Conklin, Paul M.; Conley, T.; Connel, Joseph P.D.; Connell, Daniel Francis; Conner, Terrance O.; Connor, Edward S.; Conrad, Florence; Conrad, Sherman F.; Conron, John; Constable, Albert; Cook, B. L.; Cook, Charles; Cook, Danny Lee; Cook, Edwin B.; Cook, H.M.; Cook, John A.; Cook, P. J. Jr.; Cook, Robert W.; Cook, Ted; Cook, W. Douglas; Cooke, John F.; Coop, Brian P.; Cooper, Clarence W.; Cooper, Wade Gordon; Copeland, Lloyd; Copper, I.; Corbin, Hugh S.; Corbin, Joan; Corcoran, Danny; Corcoran, John P.; Cordova, Jean; Corfield, George A.; Corleto, Joseph L. Jr.; Corliss, Gordon P.; Corliss, James F.; Cormier, Alyre; Cornwell, John R.; Corodemas, Laurence; Coron, Gregg; Corrie, J. Marc; Corsentino, M.; Corson, Richard; Cory, Donald Webster; Cosner, Bob; Costa, Ernest D.; Cottam, Calvin; Cottle, Gary D.; Cotton, William D.; Coulombe, C.H.; Coulombe, Ray; Coulon, Ernest P.; Courson, William; Court, V. R.; Courtenay, H. S.; Coverson, Robert; Cowan, L.; Cowan, Nancy; Cowles, Patricia W.; Cox, Michael D.; Coyat, George; Coyle, Lee; Crafts, Ralph; Craig, Alden; Craig, David B.; Craig, Walter; Craig, William; Crain, Ted; Cramer, Charles W.; Cramer, D. William; Crandall, Bert; Crandall, M.; Crane, Clarkson; Crane, John Kail; Crauford, Frang; Crawford, David; Crawford, Fred; Crawford, Jack B.; Crawford, Jo A.; Crawford, Jon; Crawley, A. A.; Cray, Don; Creed, Freddie; Cremer, Roy; Crisp, Devarda; Crockett, William G.; Cromey, Robert, Rev.; Cronin, Dan J.; Cronk, William L.; Crooks, Karen E.; Crosbie, George H.; Crosby, Alden; Crosby, C. B.; Crosby, Kenneth; Cross, K.; Cross, Myrle V.; Cross, R. G.; Crossgrove, C. A. Jr.; Crosson, William F.; Crow, John; Crowell, Benedict; Crumpton, D.J.; Cruz, Louis S.; Cruz, Raymond; Cuhlenn, Steve; Culler, Herbert P.; Cullinan, Robert G.; Culp, William H.; Cumming, Erskine; Cummins, Robert J.; Cundiff, Charles; Cunliffe, William; Cunningham, John M.; Cunningham, M.; Cunningham, P.L.; Cureton, Bessie; Curl, Walter; Curnow, Wesley W.; Curruthers, Tad; Curtis, E. D.; Curtis, John W.; Curtis, Willis E.; Curto, Faust N., Sr.; Cusasck, L. J.; Cutler, Don; Cutler, Richard; Cyr, Mike; D; Dagion, John W. M.; Dahl, Ingolf; Dahl, J. G.; Dahm, Robert E.; D'Aigle, Danny; Dais, A. B.; Dakin, Carrel; Dakin, Edwin F.; Dale, Ednola A.; Dale, J.; D'Alencourt, Marcel; Daly, Robert W.; Dam, Kristian; Dame, Dorothy L.; Damon, Vincent M.; Danehy, John B.; Danford, Vance; Daniel, Bebe; Daniel, Marc; Daniel, Robert W.; Daniel, Wendell B.; Danielou, Alain; Daniels, Beecher; Daniels, Edgar F.; Daniels, Norman M.; Daniels, Val; Dann, W.G.R.; Dansereau, Roy; Darby, H. Leslie; D'Arcy, Rene Lyle; Darks, Luther; Darley, G.C.; Darling, William C.; Darnell, Martin L.; Da Rocha, Ramon; Darshana; Dauer, Sidney; Daughters, Lowell G.; Daughters of Bilitis; David, Henri; David, Joe; Davidson, C. K.; Davies, I. O.; Davies, Joseph H.; Davies, Ronald E.; Davies, Ronald S.; Davis, Arthur J.; Davis, B. E.; Davis, B. R.; Davis, Ben; Davis, Buster; Davis, Chester K.; Davis, Hubert E.; Davis, J.; Davis, John W., Jr.; Davis, Mark; Davis, Ray B.; Davis, S.L.; Davis, Samuel O.; Davis, Seymour; Davisson, Henry L.; Dawkins, Harry W.; Dawn, L.; Dawson, J. R.; Dawson, Thomas L., Jr.; Day, B.L. M.; Day, F.; Day, James R.; Day, Robert M.; Day, Russell E.; De Almeida, Tony; Dealy, Jerry; Dean, Robert ; Dean, W. Edward; Dearing, B. J.; Dearing, Walter Lee; De Beaulieu, J.P.; De Boer, Herman; De Brier, Samson; De Carie, Robert Louis; De Castel, Renia; De Castro, Aurora F.; Deckard, Gilbert R.; Deckbar, L. C.; Decker, Douglas; Decker, Ralph P.; Dederia, K.; De Dijcker, Louis; Dedina, Kenneth; Dee, Charles A.; Deering, Michael J.; Deermer, Charles; Dees, Horace; and Deforde, Wilson R.

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 Deh-Dys 

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De Hart, James; De Hart, Sheppard A., Rev.; De Jong, Donald J.; De Koven, Marvin P.; Delafuente, Lucien G.; Delahaye, David R.; Delamora, J.; Delaney, M. A. P.; Delaney, William; Del Boca, Bernardino; Delcher, I. B.; Delemotte, Daniel; De Leon, Lee; Delgado, Rodolfo; Dell, Mary; Dell, Theodore G.; De Lonais, Scott; De Lorme, Joseph Alexandre; De Lozier, Thomas B.; Demars, Larrie; Demers, Larry; Demmi, Tony; Demmin, Max; Denechaud, M.; Denfeld, D.; Dengrove, Edward; Denham, Benjamin W. ; Denham, Desmond Gilbart; De Nicart, P. Jourdain; Denis, Ron; Denison, Edward; Denne, John Delano; Dennis, Walter D.; Dennison, Kim; Denny, B. G.; Denny, Ray W.; De Noronha, Leslie; Dente, Aldo; Denton, Frank; Denton, Sam; De Pagnier, Richard; Department of Public Health; Depauw, Thomas; D' Epied, M.; Derck, Jacques; Der Kreis; De Rosa, Enzo; De Rosia, R. S.; Derr, LeRoy, J.; Derr, Roger D.; Der Weg; De Sadeleer, H.; De Santis, Pat; De Santis, Robert G.; Des Bonnet, Morris; Des Laurier, Jack H.; De Smedt, John; Desnoyers, R.; De Souza, Oldemar Domingues; Destruhaut, Michele; De Toledo, Arthur; Detrick, John W.; Deutsch, Phyllis Z.; De Vada, Cecil; D'Evadio, John C.; De Vaull, Donald; De Vault, Merle; De Verjelio, Robert ; De Villeneuves, R.; Devlin, D. T.; De Vries, E. W. H.; De Walt, Maurice; Dewees, Curtis; Dewey, N. L.; Dewey, Shelton; De Witt, A. J.; Dexeteur, Normand G.; Dey, Richard; Dial, Ben E.; Dial, James Edward; Diamond, Jack T.; Diamond, Milton ; Dice, Ronald L.; Dickenson, Paul; Dickerson, Charles; Dickerson, Floyd; Dickerson, Frank; Dickerson, James; Dickey, E. W.; Dickey, George C.; Dickson, John P.; Dickson, Ross; Di Domenico, Nicholas A. ; Diehl, Roy E.; Diehm, Robert F.; Diekmann, R. J.; Dietz, Grace E.; Diewert, Norman; Di Filippo, Ernest; Digenti, Thomas C.; Di Gioia, Albert; Dignity; Dill, Donald; Dilworth, Harry B.; Dingley, R. O.; Dingwall, Eric; Dingwall, William O.; Dinkel, Dennis; Dinzy, R. W.; Dioguardi, Geno; Dionysus; Di Panni, Ronald J.; Directory Services; Dishion, Duane; Disney, D. Grant; Di Stasi, Paul; Dixon, Earl; Dixon, Fred G.; Dixon, Lee; Dixon, Michael; Dixon, Richard; Doakes, Louis; Dobbins, Jack; Dobson, Roland; Dobson, Tom; Dockins, Charles; Dodd, Andre; Dodds, E.; Dodds, V. Garrett; Dodge, Charles K., Jr.; Doerfler, William G.; Doherty, Brian J.; Dolan, C. L.; Dolan, William V.; Dole, Robert; Dollein, Jurgen; Dollen, Charles; Dominguez, Geraldo; Dominic, William; Dominy, G. R.; Donaldson, William R.; Donley, Donald; Donley, Laurence A.; Donsky, Richard; Door, O. H.; Doran, Dede; Doreal, Sonya; Doriot, T. E., Rev.; Dorney, Mark; Dorsay, Diana; Dorsey, Harold; Dorward, D. Larry; Dory, Gene; Dosch, Andrew; Douce, J.; Douglas, Frederic H.; Douglas, Mark Eric; Douglass, Jim; Douglass, William B.; Dow, Fred; Downs, James; Doyle, James A.; Doyle, Robert A.; Dragon, Ernest A.; Drews, Daniel; Drexel, Conrad A.; Drisko, K. E.; Dross, Phil; Drouhin, Marcel; Drummond, Stewart M.; Dubay, Frederick; Ducar, Stephen; Du Casse, Gene; Ducen, Fred B.; Dudock, Joseph; Duek-Cohen, Elias; Duff, Jimmy; Dufour, Mark; Duhlstine, Eddie; Duisberg, Fred; Duke, William S. Jr.; Dukoska, Gary J.; Dulane, Robert; Dulde, A. A.; Dulick, John; Dulinski, Leo J.; Dullas, Inez; Dumas B.; Dumas, Lee; Dumont, J. P. Jean; Duncan, Emil; Duncan, G. B.; Duncan, Hampton; Duncan, James; Duncan, M. L.; Dungan, James H.; Dunham, David; Dunkleberger, Robert; Dunlap, Arthur; Dunlavy, Terry; Dunlop, Lyle; Dunn, Claire; Dunn, G. M.; Dunn, George; Dunn, J. R.; Dunn, Larry; Dunn, Malcolm; Dunnam, Gerald; Dunstan, J. G.; Du Plessis, Hubert; Dupont, G. S.; Du Pont, P.C.; Dupree, George G.; Dupuy, Curtis L.; Duque, Veronica; Duquette, Leon; Duran, Josue; Duran, Richard I.; Duran, Robert; Durden, Joyce; Durham, Fred B.; Durrenberger, H. E.; Dusterdieck, T. J.; Dustin, Donald; Dutcher, James D.; Duthie, Wallace F.; Dutton, Budd; Duvall, E. C.; Dvorak, Robbie Leigh; Dwyer, Gerald P.; Dwyer, Paul J.; Dye, Steve; Dyer, Dennis; Dyer, Gus; Dyer, Joseph B.; Dyer, Keith; Dygert, Steve; Dymond, David N.; Dynes, Wayne; and Dyson, Harold R.

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E; Eagan, John G.; Eagles, Peter; Ealey, Howard; Earl's ; Eastern Fuel Co.; Eastman, James A.; Eberman, Willis; Ebert, Gloria; Ebert, Leroy; Ebsco Industries ; Eccles, John M.; Eckert, Eddi; Eckhoff, Harold; Eddings, Joe; Eder, Steven; Edes, Arthur F.; Edgar, Bruce W.; Edgar, John M.; Edgecomb, Wanda; Edgeworth, Mike; Edic, Paul I.; Editorial Research Reports; Edmiston, Edward; Edmondson, Ernest; Edward, George; Edwards, Charles; Edwards, D. S.; Edwards, Jack; Edwards, Marvin; Edwards, Mickey Leon; Edwards, Norman D.; Edwards, Norman J.; Edwards, Ray; Edwards, Warren; Edwin, James; Egan, C. Edward; Egan, Charles F.; Egan, Elizabeth; Egan, James; Eggeling, James; Eggers, Frank R.; Eggers, Glee; Eglin, Viktor W.; Ehrmantrant, Ron; Eichhorn, Henry C.; Eichhorst, Thomas E.; Eilers, Hans-Peter; Eis, A. L.; Eischens, Milo R.; Ekmark, Carolyn M.; Elder, David E.; Elio, Zonca; Ellemor, Leigh; Elliott, David A.; Elliott, Herbert J.; Elliott, John D.; Elliott, Leslie; Elliott, Mark; Ellis, Albert; Ellis, William R.; Elmlinger, Frank; Elson, L. E.; Elwood, Don; Ely, Dennis J.; Emerson, Fred L.; Emery, Kenneth B.; Emler, Simon; Emmosn, Charles H.; Empringham, D. R.; Encyclopedia Of Associations; Ende, Greg; Enders, Charles J.; Enders, Peter P.; Engel, Elmo C.; Englemann, Richard; English, Robert; English, Ronald; Erickson, Fred; Erickson, George ; Erickson, Reed; Erickson, Roland; Erickson, Rolf; Erikson, Teryl; Ernst, Heinrich; Ernst, Lawerence J.; Esch, L. Ewing; Eslinger, Allan R.; Essex, John; Esterly, George C.; Estes, Howard; Estrada, Gabriel; Etherden, H. L.; Evans, Charles C.; Evans, Charles J.; Evans, Donald; Evans, Ellis M.; Evans, John; Evans, Justus C.; Evans, N.; Evans, Phil; Evans, Ray B.; Evans, Robert M.; Evaska, George J.; Evenor, Adrien; Everett, C. O. Red; Everett, Guy; Everts, Ken; Evinger, Edgar L.; Evinger, Ellis L.; Evoy, James; Ewers, Ralph F.; Ewing, Hayes; Eyde, Edythe; Eyers, E. Eugene; Eyley, Charles A.; F; Fairbrother, Hal; Fallstich, William R.; Fargen, Leslie; Faricy, Austin; Farr, Marlyn Maurice; Farrell, J. T.; Farrell, Mark S. J.; Farris, Daniel H.; Fatool, George E.; Fay, Frank D.; Featherstone, R. H.; Fee, Judy; Feeny, James; Fehr, Roy W.; Feith, Gene C.; Feldhaus, Kenneth L.; Feldman, Arnold; Felmey, James H.; Felscher, Erwin A.; Felscher, W. E.; Felsted, Raymond; Felton, Michael L.; Fereno, Carl; Ferguson, B.; Ferguson, Frank; Ferguson, Vy; Ferland, A.; Fessender, E. F.; Feurer, Mae; Fezel, W. H.; Ficken, N. Henry; Field, Martin G.; Field, William D.; Fields, Robert C.; Finch, Donald G.; Finch, Ralph; Finn, Michael; Finney, Dennis; Fischer, David J.; Fischer, Hulbert; Fischer, John G.; Fisher, Jean; Fitness Foundation; Fitts, Norman W.; Fitzgerald, Clyde Wayne; Fitzpatrick, Thomas; Fitzpatrick, William J.; Flanagan, Jerry D.; Flateau, N. D.; Flegel, R. W.; Fletcher, Harry; Fletcher, J.; Fletcher, John; Fletcher, Kenneth A.; Fletcher, Ted; Florant, Herman; Floresco, Raymond; Florestan, Dick; Flotz, Alfred; Flowers, W. K.; Floyd, J. W.; Fluhr, Peter Gregory; Flynn, C. E.; Fogel, Walter W.; Fogg, Kathy; Foley, E.; Foley, Robert W.; Folley, Halbert; Forbes, Bonnie; Ford, Emmett M.; Ford, R.; Fornatar, Paul; Forney, Don; Fortier, Ray; Fossett, John A.; Foster, D. R.; Foster, Hal; Foster, Jeannette; Foster, Judith H.; Foster, R.; Foster, Robert; Foster, Russell; Foster, Thomas B.; Fowler, D. G.; Fowler, Don; Fowler, Freelom M.; Fox, Allan E.; Fox, B.; Fox, C. W.; Fox, James R.; Fox, Kenneth H.; Foxton, Hume; Foy, Alfred; Foy, Stephen; Francis, Claude; and Francisco, Floyd M.

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Frank, Bernard; Frank, J. H.; Frank, Jean; Frank, R. J.; Franklin, B. E.; Franklin, Charles B.; Franklin, Clyde; Franklin, Herb; Franklyn, Roy; Franzman, Gene; Frazier, Forrest; Frederic, Dawn; Fredericks, Karl; Freebourn, William J.; Freed, Herbert; Freeman, Glen; Freeman, Leslie; Freese, Martin L.; French, Carleton; French, Howard A.; French, Randall; Freymuth, Joe J.; Friedman, Arthur M.; Friedrich, L. J.; Frisbie, Fredric; Frisch, Howard; Fritchman, Stephen; Fritzche, Walter C.; Frohne, Gilbert; Fromhold, Wilbert; Fromm, Edmund; Frosh, Warren; Frost, Albert L.; Frost, J. W.; Fry, Barbara; Fry, Marilyn M.; Fulgham, Robert; Fulk, Carol; Fuller, Edward; Fuller, Jay; Fuller, S.; Furber, Norman; Furlough, Charles J.; Furness, F. R.; Furr, Carl; G; Gaddis, Charles D.; Gaffney, James A.; Gag, Lloyd R.; Gage, Herbert E.; Gage, Michael P.; Gage, Ralph B.; Gaget, M. Robert; Gagnon, Lucien; Gainer, Glen; Gaines, Gaylord R.; Gajsek, Axel; Galante, Maurice; Galbreath, Tommy; Galimberti, Oscar; Gallager, Pat; Gallegos, Bert; Galler, J.; Gallery, Howard; Galletly, John; Galli, Jack; Gallinger, H. J.; Gallo, A.; Gallo, Walker; Gallop, Eugene; Gallup, Grant M.; Gally, Frank; Galvez, Ed R.; Galy, Jean Louis; Gambetta, L.; Gant, Herbert M.; Ganz, Harry; Garasha, Robert; Gard, Jack; Gardiner, Ben; Gardiner, Bob; Gardiner, Peter L.; Gardiner, Theodore D.; Gardner, F. J.; Gardner, Kenneth; Gardner, Marvin; Gardos, Istvan; Garmeson, B. E. J.; Garon, Jean-Jacques; Garrett, R.; Garrido, Vincenta; Garrie, Newton; Garrison, Marlin R.; Garvin, Robert J.; Gates, Stuart M.; Gates, Wilbur E.; Gathman, Richard F.; Gauerke, Warren E.; Gauthier, M. Gerald; Gavin, Edward; Gavin, Robert F.; Gaworski, Ronald M.; Gazetos, John N.; Geato, Laura; Gebauer, Charles F.; Gee, Robert ; Gee, S. Judd; Geel, Mr.; Geigel, Albert W.; Geiger, George; Geil, John Waade; Gembis, Eugene; Gendzerski, Stan; Geneva, James; Georgakas, Dan; George, Aloysius P.; George, Warren; Gerald, F.; Gerald, G.; Gerber, Albert; Gerber, Henry; Gerbig, Glenn; Gerig, Bruce; Germain, Richard; Gerow, Aulder L.; Gershman, Leonard; Gert, P. Alan; Gesser, Charles H.; Ghash, Nick; Ghent, D. Meigs; Gibbins, Jerry; Gibbon, Jim; Gibbons, R. M.; Gibbs, Chester; Giberson, George; Gibson, Rodney; Gibson, William A.; Giegling, Allan; Giegling, John A.; Giekes, Henry T.; Giese, Alvin H.; Gigli, Livio; Gilbert E.; Gilbert, Jane M.; Gilbert, Lila; Gilbert, Silvio; Gilbert, William; Gilbert-Gordon, Ruth; Gilbertson, Ron; Gilbreath, Marvin; Gill, John; Gill, Michael Jeffrie; Gillespey, Jack F.; Gillespie, Jack; Gillespie, John D.; Gillespie, Juan; Gillett, William; Gillies, Ralph; Gilligan, B.; Gilligan, John J.; Gillman, K.; Gillum, Roy Creighton; Gilmore, Edith; Gilmore, Lloyd; Gilmour, E. B.; Ginsberg, H. Mark; Ginsburg, Steve; Gipson, Harry B.; Girardin, Robert D.; Giraud, E. C.; Giraud, P.; Gissa, D.; Gittings, Barbara; Giullen, Adrian ; Given, C. A.; Giverston, Ron; Glasscock, R.; Glasscock, Robert C.; Glasser, David Evan; Glatt, Edwin J.; Glazier, Henry S.; Gleane, Stan; Gledhill, B. A.; Glenen, Eric; Glenn, Bruce S.; Glenn, Jim; Glennie, John O.; Glennon, J. M.; Glivar, Matt C.; Glossbrenner, Guy F.; Glotfelty, R.; Glover, B. R.; Glover, Norman; Gloyne, Howard F.; Gluck, Macklyn; Gnagy, Jeani; Goacher, Donald C.; Godbersen, Peter; Godet, Leon; Goff, Alfred; Goff, L. W.; Goff, Roger; Goggin, Ralph L.; Gokay, Fahrettin Kerim; Golburgh, Stephen J.; Gold, Harvey; Goldberg, Harry; Goldberger, David; Golden, Gary L.; Golden State News; Goldman, Nathan; Goldman, Paul R.; Goldsmith, Allan; Goldsmith, Joan M.; Goldstein, Fred J.; Goldstein, Louis A.; Goldstone, Raymond; Golightly, Virginia; Golla, Harry S.; Gollancz, V.; Gollidam, Henry; Gomes, A.; Gomez-Rivera, G.; Goniwicha, Robert; Gonzalez, Antonio; Gonzalez, Gypsy T.; Gonzalez, John R.; Gooch, Paul M.; Gooche, George; Good, Ronald; Goodart, Bob; Goodart, Raymond R.; Goodban, R.H.; Goode, Charles E.; Goodie, John; Goodline, Roy E.; Goodman, George A.; Goodman, Harold; Goodsell, P. H.; Goodsmith, Willoughby; Goodwin, David J.; Goodwin, Ossian; Goodyear, Charles; Gookin, J. W.; Gopperton, Charles W.; Gordon, Donn; Gordon, Judith; Gordon, Merle I.; Goresen, Francis J.; Gorman, Bryce; Gorman, Earl; Gorman, Harry; Gorman, Pierre; Gorman, R. D.; Gorte, Al H.; Gottesman, Edward N.; Gottlober, Abe; Gottschalk, J.; Gottschalk, Richard E.; Gottselig, Don; Gould, Donald S.; Gourlay, Lyle R.; and Govenat, H. R.

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Grace, Robert; Graeff, Tom; Grafa, Barney G.; Graham, David A.; Graham, J. M.; Graham, Margaret Jane; Graham, Oleta M.; Graham, R. L.; Graham, Ross; Graham, Walter L.; Grainge, Mike D.; Gralnek, Richie; Gramley, Charles; Granat, Betty; Grand, Terry R.; Grant, Allen F.; Grant, G. W.; Grant, Herbert N.; Grant, Norman F.; Grant, William M.; Grass, Wolfgang; Grasty, Abner J.; Grasty, Hampton; Grattan, Russell H.; Graunke, Raymond; Graves, J. L.; Gravesen, Leslie R.; Gray, Carl Otis; Gray, Charles Edward; Gray, M. A.; Gray, Terence; Graziani, Carlos; Greboval, J.; Green, Donald D.; Green, G. T.; Green, H. Logan; Green, Ken; Green, Lawrence; Green, Leslie L.; Green, Ralph S.; Green, Rhue E.; Green, Richard; Green, Ronald; Green, T.G.; Greenberg, S. A.; Greenberg, S. David; Greene, G. G.; Greenfield, Don; Greenleaf, Lewis S.; Greeno, Leonard; Greenwood, Carl A.; Greenwood, H.; Greenwood, R. L.; Greer, Donald R.; Greer, George; Greeson, L' Kurt; Gregg, Dale; Gregory, C. T.; Gregory, Don; Gregory, James P.; Gregory, Wes; Greig, George; Grendle, Gene; Grendon, Stephen; Grenfell, Robert W.; Grenville, Richard; Grenz, John J.; Grey, Anthony; Grice, Buell; Grice, W. M.; Grief, Harry D.; Grier, Barbara; Griffin, Arthur; Griffin, Howard; Griffin, James A.; Griffin, John A.; Griffin, Ledell; Griffin, T. K.; Griffin, William; Griffith, Charles W.; Griffith, E. V.; Griffith, L. L.; Griffiths, William; Griffo, Richard D.; Griglak, William F.; Grobelny, Daniel; Gropper, Arlene; Grosek, Edward S.; Gross, Alfred A.; Gross, Charles N.; Gross, Kenneth D.; Grosse, Mary Ann; Grossman, Albert P.; Grossman, Stanley L.; Grotthouse, R. H.; Grove, Bert E.; Grover, P. L.; Grover, Richard B.; Groves, William Ray; Gruber, James F.; Gruby, Irvin; Grupe, George ; Gruver, Terry; Guckenheim, Peter; Guenat, John V.; Guenther, Ralph L.; Guerin, Rutland A.; Guild, T. A.; Guimares, Amerino M.; Gulley, Arthur L.; Gullingsrud, Clayton; Gulsby, John; Gunnison, Foster, Jr.; Gunter, L. H.; Gurney, Thomas; Gurr, Herbert; Gustafson, Richard F.; Gutermuth, W. C.; Guthrie, D. P.; Guthrie, Frank J.; Guthrie, Jack W.; Guthrie, William; Gutz, Ivan; Guy, Bill; Guylarte, R. G.; Guyon Society, The; Guzman, Ralph O.; Guzzardo, Paul; Guzzetta, Charles; H; Haag, Hans; Haas, Bert; Haber, Dick; Habersetzer, G. A.; Hackbarth, James L.; Hacket, Frank; Hackney, J. C.; Hadley, David; Haefner, Leonard J. ; Haering, L. ; Haessly, Robert; Haflett, James E. ; Hagen, A. H.; Hager, Friedrich; Hagestumf, M.; Hagstrom, J.; Hagwall, Gary; Hahn, John William; Hahn, Otto; Hahn, Robert ; Haight, Charles; Haines, M.; Haines, Robert W.; Hairston, M. L.; Halbers, Fred; Halcomb, Lavern; Haldane, Mark; Hale, Frank A.; Hale, George H.; Hale, R.B.; Halford, A.; Hall, Bruce; Hall, E. P.; Hall, Howard; Hall, Keith P.; Hall, L.; Hall, O. E.; Hall, Roy ; Hallanbeck, Oscar; Hallay, Leo I.; Haller, Viktor; Hallett, Marilyn L.; Halliburton, Jack; Halliwell, S. F.; Hallman, Wilbur J.; Hallum, Sharon; Halpern, Lawrence; Halpern, S. Barry ; Halpern, Steven J.; Halstead, L. R.; Halston, Edward A.; Ham, Joh; Hambrick, R. L.; Hamel, C. C,; Hamilton, A. Earl; Hamilton, Boyd; Hamilton, Bruce; Hamilton, Hugh; Hamlin, Loren; Hamlin, Louis C.; Hamm, Phillip; Hammar, H. N.; Hammarstrom, Lars G.; Hammon, Bruce; Hammond, Don; Hammond, Gordon W.; Hammond, Harold; Handcock, Maurice; Handel, Lloyd; Handelsman, Bernard; Handley, Bernard W.; Hane, Howard S.; Haney, Dell B.; Haney, Paul; Hanipton, Dwain J.; Hanley, James A.; Hanna, F. R.; Hanna, George; Hanna, Gwain Knapp; Hannerwald, San; Hannigan, Richard; Hannon, Robert D.; Hannotte, Dean; Hanrahan, Robert; Hansell, Raph B.; Hansen, Bryan J.; Hansen, Dick; Hansen, Edward J.; Hansen, Frank A.; Hansen, Knud Valdemare; Hansen, Will; Hanson, Craig Alford; Hanson, Gordon; Hanson, Harry; Hanson, Joseph; Hanson, Susan; Hapenny, Chester; Haproff, Jack; Harahus, Marcia; Harber, Gary; Harbison, James; Harbutt, John E.; Harcher, Peter; Hardesty, Charles; Hardin, Joan; Hardin, Larry; Harding, Mark; Harding, R. C.; Hardman, A.; Hardre, Jacques; and Hardwick, Susan.

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Hardy, F.; Hardy, Robert; Hare, Charles ; Hare, Henry; Harell, C. H.; Harfeny, Feris; Harff, E; Hargrave, Barry; Harks, Robert; Harman, T. M.; Harmon, Phillip; Harnly, Perkins; Harper, H.; Harper, John R.; Harper, Stan; Harper, Vincent; Harper's Magazine; Harrigan, John L.; Harrington, Donal; Harrington, Robert; Harris, Arthur; Harris, B.; Harris, C. O.; Harris, Elza Lawrence; Harris, Frank; Harris, George A.; Harris, Kenneth; Harris, Marshall R.; Harris, Michael; Harris, Mindy; Harris, R.; Harris, Roy; Harris, Tod; Harris, William G.; Harrison, Bradford; Harrison, C. W.; Harrison, James; Harrison, Joseph C.; Harrison, Richard; Harrison, Samuel; Harrod, Earl E.; Harsham, Ellis; Harshfield, Ray J.; Hart, Harry A.; Hart, Hugh; Hart, Leonard; Hart, Lorenza; Hart, Maurene; Hart, Pearl M.; Hart, Ray; Hart, Richard W.; Harter, P. ; Hartford, Francis C.; Hartford, Robert; Hartford, Wilbur H.; Hartig, Penelope; Hartley, Paul K.; Hartman, Albert R.; Hartman, Terry R.; Hartmann, Karl G.; Hartrum, Herbert; Harvestine, Ralph; Harvey, Gordon; Harvey, Randell; Harvey, William J.; Haskell, E.; Hassemer, Hans F.; Hassler, Paul B.; Hastings, Betty; Hastings, Fleming M.; Hastings, Warren G.; Hastman, Dora; Hatfield, Rodney J.; Hathan, John; Hathaway, George; Hathaway, Irvin S.; Hatton, T. S.; Haugh, Glenn R.; Haupt, Arthur F.; Haupt, Herbert; Hausladen, Bert; Havard, Lorne. E.; Hawkins, Carey; Hawkins, Joe F.; Hawkins, Larry; Hawley, Errol; Hawley, Reginald A.; Hawn, Burton E.; Hawthorne, Nelson R.; Hawver, Julian; Hay, Harry; Hayashi, Hideyuki; Hayden, Charles; Hayden, Chris; Hayden, Earl H.; Hayes, Patti; Hayman, A. W.; Haynes, Arthur; Haynes, Fred S.; Haynes, Richard C.; Haynesworth, Basil E.; Hays, Dane; Hays, J. Franklin; Hayward, Hugh R.; Hazan, Edip; Hazen, Parker; Head, Graham; Healey, Frank J.; Healey, Robert; Heard, Albert; Heard, Gerald; Heard, Henry Fitzgerald; Hearn, Reuben; Hearth; Heath, Dale E. Sr.; Heathcliffe, Benjamin; Heaton, Curtis; Heatwole, Tracy; Heavener, Ronald L.; Hebert, Andre; Hecht, Richard; Hecker, Donlarry; Hector, James M.; Hedler, Warren H.; Hedrick, Kent; Heely, Kenneth; Heer, Nicholas; Hefter, Richard; Heiland, Louis; Heim, Bill; Heim, Paul K.; Heimrich, Mark; Heineck, Gerard E.; Heinecke, A.; Heinz, Margaret J.; Heiser, Robert J.; Heite, Edward F.; Heitmann, F. William; Helber, Edwin; Held, Hans; Helland, Ordean; Heller, Sidney; Hellstrom, Henry; Hellyar, W. T.; Hellyer, Richard B.; Helsell, Charles Paul; Hemery, Jean-Claude; Hemsley, Howard ; Henderson, Edwin W.; Henderson, G. H.; Henderson, Harold; Henderson, J. L.; Henderson, J. Lester; Henderson, James H.; Henderson, John I.M.; Henderson, Ralph A., Jr.; Henderson, Ralph W.; Henderson, Robert; Henderson, Ronald; Hendricks, Norb; Hendrickson, D. G.; Hendrickson, George; Heney, J.; Henin, Jean Paul; Henn, Thomas E.; Henneman, Dale W.; Henrich, Martin W.; Henry, Raymond L.; Henry, Vance; Hensal, Lewis; Henson, R. E.; Hentschel, Donald W.; Herbel, David; Herberow, William B.; Herbert, A. F.; Herbst, Al; Herga Publications; Herman, Alice; Herman, Paul E.; Hern, Robert H.; Hernandez, Alvaro; Hernandez, Gino; Hernandez, Pablo; Hernandez, William; Herrick, Robert; Herrington, Chuck; Herrmann, Claus; Hertzler, Clement E.; Hess, Alyn; Hessenaur, W. J.; Hetrick, G. B.; Hettlinger, Richard F.; Hewes, Richard B.; Hewett, Leslie W.; Heyde, Abigail; Heyl, William E.; Heynes, Douglas R.; Heywood, Peter; Heywood, Terence; Hickerson, J. Lindon; Hickey, Dominic; Hicks, Alan A.; Hicks, Lynn; Hicks, W. E.; Hidlebaugh, Donald; Hidy, Jack; Higgens, Mike; High, E. Geoffrey; Hildebrand, David; Hildebrandt, Norma M.; Hill, Alan Paul; Hill, Arthur E.; Hill, Bill; Hill, C. G.; Hill, Charles C.; Hill, Hayes; Hill, Richard Stephen; Hiller, Paul W.; Hillert, Gerald L.; Hillhouse, D.; Hilliard, Jerry; Hillman, Jerry; Hills, William F.; Himango, Michael; Himes, Kenneth B.; Hinchliffe, B. J.; Hindin, Marc; Hindmand, H. R.; Hindmarsh, Doug; Hing, Richard Ty; Hinkley, Cliff; Hinzie, Earl; Hipp, Donald F.; Hirsch, Bernard; Hirsch, Edwin; Hirschbach, Peter; Hirschberg, Harry; Hirschfeld, K.J.; Hirzinger, W. P.; Hitchens, Frank; Hoang, Le Thien; Hodge, F. Allen; Hodge, Gene; Hodges, G. Winthrop; Hoebee, Elaine M.; Hoeppner, Emil; Hoff, Charles; Hofferkamp, John S.; Hoffman, Kurt; Hoffman, Vaughn; Hogbin, Jim; Holahan, Tom; Holborow, F. R.; Holbrook, Ciceily; Holden, John A.; Holder, John K.; Holfman, Kenneth; Holgate, James R.; Holiday, Marcel; Holland, Barry Dale; Holland, Flint; Holland, Howard P.; Holland, Jack H.; Holle, Norman J.; Hollenback, Metta; Hollingsworth, H. W.; Hollis, Ken; Holloman, Roger; Holloway, J.A.; Holly, W, A,; Holman, Howard H.; Holmes, E. H.; Holmes, John F. X.; Holquin, C.A.; Holt, Bob; Holt, E. V.; Holt, John B.; Holt, Mel; Holt, Milton; and Holt, Randall.

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Holtzendorf, Kurt Von; Holverson, Bert; Holy, Anton J.; Holzman, K.; Homosexual Law Reform; Homosexual Voters Advisory Council; Hong, Bill; Honly, W.; Hood, Daryl; Hook, Ronald; Hooker, Evelyn; Hooks, William J.; Hoon, Larry; Hooper, Roy; Hoopes, William; Hoover, J.W.; Hoover, W. Lee; Hopkins, Ray; Hopman, Franklin J.; Hopping, Bruce S.; Horn, Stanley; Hornby, John; Hornstein, Melvin; Hosa, D.; Hostetler, David K.; Houdek, P. K.; Houghton, Bill; Houle, Rene; Houser, Dwain E.; Housewright, Stephen; Houston, Howard; Howard, Bill; Howard, Bob; Howard, Graham W.; Howard, J. L.; Howard, Jerry; Howard, Lee; Howard, Sarah; Howe, Graham; Howe, James N.; Howell, Frank; Howell, John; Howell, Larry; Howlett, F. W.; Hoyle, James Leroy; Hribar, Lester; Hrynkiw, Bernard; Hubbard, James; Hubbart, Dwight L.; Huber, Albert G.; Huber, Chuck; Hudgens, Carl L.; Hudick, Paul; Hudjek, Frank G.; Hudson, A. M.; Hudson, Ed; Hudson, Paul; Huffman, John; Huffman, Larry; Huffman, Richard; Hufker, Joseph A.; Hugart, Jordan; Hughes, A. Buddy; Hughes, C. C. ; Hughes, J. D.; Hughes, J. T.; Hughes, Max A.; Hughes, Theodore O.; Hugo-Vidal, E. S.; Hull, Homer K.; Human Voice, The; Humble, Larry; Humphrey, T. E.; Humphrey, William W.; Humphries, Barbara ; Humphries, Robert; Hunckler, Emil A.; Hundertmark, G. C.; Hungerford, Calvin; Hungerford, W. F.; Hunt, Howard; Hunt, William P.; Hunter, A.; Hunter, George A.; Hunter, Harry; Hunter, Ken C.; Hunter, William M.; Huntington, H.; Hurdle, Lorraine V.; Hurlburt, H. M.; Hurlburt, John P.; Hurley, R. M.; Hurpre, Jean Frangois; Hurst, H. A.; Hurt, Joe K.; Huston, Byron A.; Huston, Earl Ray; Hutchison, Harold E.; Hutleff, Alfred A.; Huttleston, Donald G.; Hutton, T. J.; Hyatt, Willard C.; Hyde, August; Hyde, George A., Rev; Hyde, Leslie; Hyde, Michael T.; Hyden, James L.; Hykes, Samuel; Hyre, Roy T.; I; Iaelin, Charles; Ibrahim, Ahmed; Idranyi, Emery; Ignatius, Anthony; I.H.W.O.; Imboden, James K.; Indecki, George; Indiana University; Ingersoll, Ross; Ingle, Edward M.; Ingles, Helen; Inglett, D. J.; Ingram, John W.; Ingram, Melvin; Innes, Robert; Insirillo, J. D.; Institute For Sex Research; Irmisch, Norbert; Irvine, William H.; Irwin, C. Thomas; Isherwood, Christopher; Isom, Robert L.; Itkin, Michael Augustine; J; Jackson, George; Jackson, Geraldine; Jackson, Haskell; Jackson, Joseph O.; Jacobi, Erwin R.; Jacobs, Jerome J.; Jacobson, David; Jaffy, Florence; James, Arthur; James, David K.; James, Donald; James, Fleming Henry; James, George W.; James, Russell E.; James, Westley B.; Janiger, Oscar; Janisch, Michael F.; Jansen, Jack; Jansen, Robert; Janus Society; Japs, George C.; Jasper, James M.; Jamison, Robert Charles (Bob); Jay, David D.; Jebsen, Bernt; Jecklin, Kent H.; Jefferson, G. Edgar; Jeffreys, Anthony; Jeffries, R. G.; Jemison, Robert; Jenkins, Marvin; Jenkins, Philip; Jennings, Dale; Jensen, E. Ray; Jensen, N. M.; Jensen, Robert L.; Jeppsson, Sten; Jess, Everett; Jessen, Harold J.; Jessop, G.; Jette, Claude C.; Joaquim, Luiz Carlos; Joel, P.; Johansen, Emmert; John, A. J.; Johnson, Bert M.; Johnson, Carl A.; Johnson, Carl L.; Johnson, Dave; Johnson, David H.; Johnson, Donald E.; Johnson, Elma; Johnson, George F.; Johnson, J. B.; Johnson, Joseph S.; Johnson, Ken A.; Johnson, Kenneth H.; Johnson, L.; Johnson, L.P.; Johnson, Lindy; Johnson, Lucius W.; Johnson, Philip; Johnson, Robert C.; Johnson, Robert E.; Johnson, Robert M.; Johnson, Royce; Johnson, Stowell; Johnson, Ted; Johnson, Timothy; Johnson, Vernon L.; Johnson, Warron; Johnston, C. R.; Johnston, Tom; Johnstone, David A. ; Jolliff, R. R.; Jones, Anita; Jones, Clinton R.; Jones, Del; Jones, Dorrwin Buck; Jones, Elbert; Jones, Fred; Jones, J. Arland; Jones, Jack; Jones, James; Jones, James G.; Jones, L.L.; Jones, Larry; Jones, Marc Edmund; Jones, Owen F.; Jones, Philip C.; Jones, R. C.; Jones, R. Lansing; Jong, Clementine; Jordan, Casper Leroy; Jordan, Gary P.; Jordan, Marianne P.; Jordan, Michael Gray; Jordan, Paul E.; Joseph, A.; Joseph, Leonard; Jost, Jon R.; Jourdain, M. Andre; Journal of Pastoral Care; Julber, Eric; Julian Press, Inc.,; and Justice Weekly.

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K; Kachelski, Walter J.; Kahm, H. S.; Kai, David S.; Kalbac, Robert E.; Kaltenborn, Arthur L.; Kameny, Franklin E.; Kamer, Andrew; Kaminsky, Roger; Kammermann, Harry R.; Kampwirth, James J.; Kamroth, Keith; Kane, Paul J.; Kaness, Jim; Kansas City Social Hygiene Society; Kappesser, Walter; Karan, J.; Karcher, R. H.; Karl, Jay; Karn, J.; Karter, Madeleine; Kartje, Raymond C.; Karzin, A.J.; Kashofer, F.; Katsuki, Maseo; Kattah, Antoine; Kaufman, Marvin; Kaufman, Pete; Kavanaugh, James B.; KCET (Channel 28-TV); Keane, Harold H.; Kearful, James F.; Kearney, Eric; Kearney, Pat; Keehn, Wayne McKenzie; Keener, H. R.; Keith; Kell, Barbara; Keller, Alan; Keller, Douglas D.; Keller, Ray; Kellert, Paul; Kellett, John F.; Kellett, John W.; Kelley, John J.; Kelley, Larry; Kelley, Marion; Kelley, Mike; Kelley, Thomas W.; Kellogg, Gary B.; Kelly, Charles A.; Kelly, Charles P.; Kelly, Daniel P.; Kelly, Maurice; Kelly, Milton; Kelsey, Morton T.; Kemble, John H.; Kemeys, K. V.; Kemmerer, F. F.; Kemp, Earl; Kendall, Howard; Kendall, John W.; Kendall, Patrick D.; Kendzierski, W. R.; Kennedy, Cassandra; Kennedy, Kenneth; Kenny, Maurice; Kent, John; Kent, Kim; Kent, M. O.; Kenyon College Library; Kenyon, John G.; Kepner, Jim; Keppel, K. R.; Kern, Edward K.; Kern, Wilbur M.; Kern, William H.; Kernaghan, Mott; Kerr, A. Clark; Kerr, Arthur M.; Kerr, Richard S.; Kerrick, William; Kesler, David L.; Ketcham, Theodore; Ketler, Franklin C.; Ketterer, W. A.; Keymes, K. V.; Kidd, Ray; Kidder, Frederick E.; Kiddon, Thomas; Kiefer, Chris; Kien, Maurice; Kier, Dennis; Kiernan, Gary; Kight, Morris; Kikel, Rudy J.; Kilfoyle, Lionel; Killen, Michael J.; Kilmartin, Frank; Kilpack, Larry; Kimata, Robert; Kimbrough, Katherine; Kincaid, James; Kincaid, Lonnie; Kinder, W. R.; Kindlon, Patrick; King, Bill; King, E. Willard; King, George W.; King, Harold J.; King, Hellen; King, Joseph; King, Louise; King, Wayne; King, William J.; Kingsley, Adam; Kingwood; Kinney, Thomas B.; Kinnon, Jerry; Kins, Bruce; Kinsey, Alfred; Kinsley, William F.; Kiraly, Joseph; Kirby, James R.; Kirk, R. D.; Kirkendall, Lester A.; Kirkpatrick, Martha; Kirschke, Hermann; Kirwin, Deanna; Kisbey, John; Kisters, Joachim; Kjellberg, Svante; Klappatosk, John J.; Klaras, Vicki; Klees, Bert L.; Klein, C. G.; Klein, Robert L.; Klein, Samuel C.; Kleinert, Eugene; Kleinhuizen, Lloyd G.; Kleinschmidt, H. M.; Klement, W.W., M.D.; Klescic, Paul L.; Kleven, Norman J.; Kleyn, Richard; Klimmer, Rudolf; Kline, Olive; Kline, Ronald L.; Klippel, Denzil J.; Kluth, Ron; Kmetz, Louis J.; Knapp, Larry; Knapp, S.; Knauer, Jack H.; Knauu, Yale R.; Knecht, M. H.; Kneiding, James; Knelleken, J.; Knepper, Robert; Knight, Alan, M.; Knight, Horace D,; Knight, Howard; Knight, John; Knight, Lance; Knoblach, Max; Knoesdel, Ken; Knoles, Ruth; Knott, Donald; Knowles, Myron; Knutson, Vern; Kober, David Michael; Koch, Frederick R.; Koch, George J.; Koch, Kenneth E.; Koch, Robert H.; Kochevitsky, George; Koenig, Jack J.; Koester, Frederic; Koh, Danny; Kohler, Clif; Kohler, Henry C.; Kohri, Robert; Kolash, Bernard; Kolbe, Henry; Kolbener, Walter; Kolberg, Richard C.; Kolk, Richard; Kollenborn, R. C.; Konkolewski, Joseph; Konrad, John G.; Konz, Don; Kooken, James; Koon, Dana; Koon, Gerald L.; Koonce, M. Ross; Kopman, Stephen; Koppman, Shirley; Korbe, A. J.; Kornoelje, Clifford; Korty, David; Koser, Julius V.; Kouskoutis, Ted; Kouwer, B. J.; Kraak, Anton; Kraft, E. C.; Kraft, Richard A.; Kraker, William; Kramer, Gary; Kramer, Richard; Krantz, Ejnar; Krattebal, F.; Kraut, Ludwig; Krawehl, Ernst; Kreamer, Garth; Krecioch, Jackie; Kreider, Paul; Kreisler, Kurt; Kreisman, Nick W.; Krell, A.; Kress, Rudy; Krick, Howard R.; Krieger, William; Krivachek, Charles J.; Krohn, John; Kromer, N.E.; and Krongold, Sam.

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Krouse, Theodore B.; Krueger, George E.; Kruger, Fred; Kruger, Pat; Krutz, William J.; Kuhn, Oscar A.; Kukacka, Percy W. DR.; Kullmar, Malcolm; Kummer, Walter; Kunisch, Ernest; Kupillas, Laurence; Kurakusu, Masayuki; Kurtz, Paul; Kurz, Vernon; Kurzrock, Lyle; Kuykendall, Don; Kuzell, James E.; Kyes, Robert V.; L; Lacroix, Jules; Ladka, Frank; Lagasse, Ike; Lahusen, Kay; Laibly, T.; Lakberg, Wayne; Lake, Frederick A.; Lakes, William Dana; Laliberty, Edward; La Marsh, Gene; Lamb, Charles; Lamb, Robert; Lambert, Charles E.; Lambert, John Guy; Lambert, Leon; Lamerdin, Peter; Lamneck, Carl E.; Lamont, A. J.; Lamothe, H. W.; Lancaster, Gary; Lancaster, Jane; Lancaster, Roland K.; Land, Dick; Land, Steve; Landau, David; Lane, Erskine; Lane, Lewis; Lane, Michael R.; Lanfear, Douglas; Lang, Charles J.; Lang, John G.; Lange, Jerry H.; Langenes, Marge M.; Langill, Robert; Langley, G. E.; Lanzalotti, Ronald K.; La Pointe, Robert; Larabee, Clark; Larish, William; Larranaga, Alejo; Larsen, Al; Larsen, Arnell; Larsen, Cameron; Larson, Arthur; Larson, Roy L.; Lasater, Walt; Lassiter, Steve; Latham, Basil E.; Latini, John J.; Laton, Leonhard; Latulippe, Marius; Laubenstein, W. J.; Lauder, Glen C.; Lauf, Hank; Laurence, Leo E.; Laurence, Mike; L'Autre, Gabrielle; La Vergne, Wilfred; La Verne, Louis; Lavers, Thomas; Lavery, M. J.; Lawbaugh, James P.; Lawless, William; Lawrenson, Frank; Lawson, Hal; Lawson, Jon; Layman, Charles; Leach, Walter; Leachman, James T.; League For Civil Education; Learn, Milton W.; Leathers, Robert C.; Le Blanc, Alfred; Le Blond, Richard E.; Lebrun, J. Bernard; Le Chuiton, Yves Tristan; Le Coultre, Stephen; L'Ecuyer, M. Luc; Leduc, Phillip B.; Lee, Aaron; Lee, Bill; Lee, Bobbie; Lee, G.; Lee, Godfrey; Lee, John D.; Lee, Lester L.; Lee, Mike; Lee, Oscar; Lee, Wayne; Lee, William M.; Leeman, Wayne A.; Leenox and Lemmer; Legerlotz, H.; Legg, George L.; Le Gros, Fernand; Lehnard, Carlton; Lei, Lui E.; Leiffer, Don; Leighton, J. A.; Leighton, Robert F.; Leighton, Vernon C.; Leiter, Russell G.; Le Jeune, Andrew; Leleux, Murphy L.; Le May, Earl R.; Le May, Mary; Lemmen, Harvey E.; Lemmer, Carl W.; Leon, Rigoberto; Leonard, Margaret; Leoni, E. H. (Noel I. Garde); Leon-Ortega, A. M.; Leopold, Phyllis; Lepaitre, G. Patrick; Leppek, Gerald; Leppo, Robert F.; Le Riche, Robert; Lerma, D. M.; Le Roy, George W.; Lersch, Erich; Leskoff, Jack; Letts, Norris D.; Levasseur, Normand G.; Leven, M. F.; Levesques, M. Jean; Levine, Mickey; Levy, Edwin L.; Lewandoski, Henry J.; Lewis, E.; Lewis, George F.; Lewis, Jack; Lewis, John F.; Lewis, L. Jerry; Lewis, Lee; Lewis, Robert M.; Lewis, Thomas R.; Lewis, William D.; Licato, Sal; Liecker, Walter; Lierman, L. H.; Lies, Daniel; Lifka, Erich; Light, Douglas; Light, Robert M.; Lightner, James L.; Lilly, Clarence; Lilly, John C.; Linaburg, Nelson; Lincoln, John C.; Lincoln, Wayne; Lindarm, Dick; Lindfors, Margaret; Lindgren, Mel; Lindsey, Brian Jon; Linfoot, Benjamin S.; Lininger, Charles M.; Linken, Charles R.; Linn, Joseph S.; Linter, Richard J.; Linton, Charles L.; Lippincott, George W.; Lippincott, Southard; Lipscomb, H. A.; Liss, Lester; Little, H. Jack; Little, Jay; Little, Joey; Littrell, George; Livingston, D. E.; Lloyd, B. W.; Lloyd, Charles; Locas, P. A.; Lockhart, John M.; Loeb, M. J.; Loebell, Helmut; Lofton, John D.; Logan, Edwin; Logee, Florence; Lohman, Richard H.; Lohr, Fred & Dorothy; Lohr, Janet; Lombardi, Michael A.; Londono, Edgar; Long, James R.; Long, John Grimshaw; Longacre, William A.; Longe, Eugene Roy M.; Longfield, Robert V.; Longstreth, Robert; Longworth, Ronald; Loobrock, Bruce Peder; Looker, Rick; Loomis, Adrian C.; Loomis, Donald R.; Loop, Max W.; Loose, Kenneth D.; Lorah, Robert W.; Lorenz, Anton; Loring, Sam G.; Lortz, Wayne; Lo Savio, Phil; Lott, Dorcas; Loughridge, Gaspar A.; Louis, C.; Lovdjieff, Crist S.; Loveland, Charles D.; Lovell, Robert; Low, Howard; Lowe, Robert W.; Lowenstein, August; Lowenthal, Lowenthal, Weinberg & Jacobson; and Loy, John.

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Lu, Fred; Lubonski, Edward; Lucas, Charles; Lucas, George L. J.; Lucas, James L.; Lucas, K.; Lucas, Major D.; Lucas, Ralph M.; Luce, T. J.; Ludy, Abraham L.; Lukacik, Joszef; Luke, W. Bayne; Lummis, R. E.; Lund, Fred; Lund, Norman H.; Luoma, Walter J.; Luptak, Andy P.; Lusher, J. F.; Lutz, Kenneth J.; Lybarger, Chester Glenn; Lyerly, William; Lynch, Bill; Lynch, Sid; Lynch, William A.; Lynn, David; Lynn, E.; Lyon, Gene; Lyons, Clara; Lyons, Jesse; Lyons, Juliane; Lyons, Mildred Ruth; Lyons, Peter J.; Lysholm, Bradley R.; M; Maas, Paula; Mabe, O. J.; Mabley, Robert; Macante, Toni; MacGregor, Betty; MacGregor, John M.; Machesky, Peter; Mack, Clarence; Mack, Kenneth; MacKay, Donald W.; Mackay, Murray; Macken, Patricia; Mackernan, James L.; Mackey, Orderneese; MacKinnon, Frank; MacKinstry, Wallace; MacMillan, Fred W.; MacPherson, Norman; Madden, Dick; Madding, Joe H.; Madeson, Fred; Maedke, Roger E.; Maegly, John F.; Mailloux, Joseph D.; Makarewich, John; Makewn, H.; Makus, Chester; Malek, Ben; Malenke, Ferde; Malie, Paul J.; Malinge, Marcel; Malinka, Steve; Maliszewski, Joseph L.; Mallory, Dale; Malloy, Glennon J.; Malo, Rodney S.; Malone, L. D.; Maloof, William J.; Malpass, Frederick C.; Malyon, W. G. F.; Malzone, John D.; Manazzali, Marcello; Mandella, Andy; Mang, J.; Mangum, R. J.; Mann, Norman; Manners, Christopher; Manning, D. J.; Manning, Don E.; Manning, Forrest; Manning, Ralph D.; Manoloff, Nick, Jr.; Mansker, Carl; Mansker, Charles; Mansur, Jean; Manville, Stewart R.; Manz, James G.; Mao, Wen-Ping; Marande, Georges; Marchessault, Guy; Marcotte, Leo J.; Margetts, Edward L.; Margoles, Lester; Margon, Lester; Marion, A. O.; Marion, Douglas; Mark, Anthony; Mark, John H.; Markham, Tim; Markus, Neil; Marlowe, Kenneth; Marmor, Judd; Maroney, Edward; Marquart, Fern; Marquess, Phyrne; Marquis, Joanne; Marr, F. W.; Marr, Gaylord; Marrow, Henry B., Jr., M.D.; Marsden, Robert M.; Marsh, Boyd C.; Marsh, Chester W.; Marsh, Edwin J.; Marshall, J. E.; Marshall, Peter; Marshall, Prince E.; Marshall, R. W.; Marshall, Robert R.; Marshman, Helen; Marsteller, Paul; Martin, Barice; Martin, Charles ; Martin, Charles H.; Martin, Clarence R.; Martin, Del; Martin, Frank M.; Martin, G. S.; Martin, Gene; Martin, Herb; Martin, James L.; Martin, Joseph B.; Martin, Lynn S.; Martin, M.S.; Martin, Marvin A.; Martin, Nelson; Martin, R.; Martin, Richard W.; Martin, Robert; Martin, Robert L.; Martin, Robin; Martin, Ronald E.; Martin, Rupert; Martin, Russell A.; Martin, S. ; Martin, S. A.; Martin, Stanley J.; Martin, Stanley L.; Martin, Thomas; Martin, Virgil E.; Martinez, Albert; Martinez, Thomas G.; Martinez, Tommy; Martini, Aldo Pan; Martins, James K.; Marvel, Sarah; Marvin, Arthur; Marvin, Gilbert; Marx, Paul; Mason, Don E.; Mason, Douglas; Mason, George; Mason, Robert M.; Mason, Ronald E.; Mason, T. Norman; Massaro, Maurice; Massey, C. Peter; Massingham, Robert L.; Masters, Leslie; Masters, Tom; Masterson, John A.; Mastin, George; Masui, Hiro; Masure, M. P.; Matheny, D. M.; Matheson, Alan; Matheson, D. F.; Mathews, Jeanne; Mathewson, G.; Mathis, William; Matlock, Ray; Matson, Andrew E.; Matson, Bill M.; Matson, Robert ; Matthews, Gordon E.; Matthews, Johnny; Matthews, S. J.; Matusak, M. R.; Matusky, Andrew J.; Maule, Arthur W.; Maupin, Tom; Maupins, Earl L.; Maurel, Philippe; Maxham, Wilmer; Maxwell, Edward G.; Maxwell, Harry C.; May, D. J.; May, William L.; Maye, Sheila Margaret; Mayer, Bertel; Mayer, M.; Mayer, Richard; Mayer, Robert S.; Mayer, Ronald W.; Mayhew, Eugene B.; Maylis, Allan; Mayo, James; Mayo, Vern E.; Mayr, Kurt; Maysel, Boris; Mazurek, James K.; McAlister, M. P. A.; McAndrews, Robert; McAvoy, P.; McCabe, Ed; McCain, Vernon L.; McCann, R. W.; McCarter, Everett; McCarthy, James; McCarthy, John; McCarthy, John L.; McCauley, John; McCelland, W.R.; McClain, Harvey; McCleary, William; McClellan, Richard; McCollam, Jim; McConnel, Patricia; McCollough, Robert; McCollum, G. H.; McCombs, S. Hamilton; McConchie, Dick; McConnell, Homer Gordon; McConnell, Robert ; McConnell, William R.; McCourt, James; McCoy, Dutch J.; McCray, Nathaniel; McCullough, Brian; and McCurdy, R. J.

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McDaniel, D. A.; McDaniel, H. E.; McDaniel, T. F.; McDonald, Edward L.; McDonald, Ted; McDonald, William E.; McDonnell, C. C.; McDonnell, D. M.; McDonough, Dan; McFetridge, Edward; McGahee, Walter; McGee, B. H. (Buck); McGivern, Thomas; McGowan, Frank E.; McGrath, Richard; McGrath, Thomas W.; McGregor, J. R.; McGuire, F. H.; McHardy, C. S.; McIlrath, Roy; McInturff, Raymond; McIntyre, Allan; McKart, Jack; McKay, William F.; McKelvey, James B.; McKenna, Robert P.; McKenney, C. P.; McKenney, Frank E.; McKenzie, Robert K.; McKibbin, R. A. H.; McKinley, Justin; McKinney, William; McKirahan, Charles C.; McKnight, J. L.; McLaughlin, Mel; McLean, Richard K.; McLean, William; McLeon, John R.; McMahon, James L.; McMahon, R. M.; McMay, Paul; McMillen, Jerry; McMullen, John J.; McNamee, D. W.; McNames, Keith; McWilliams, Archie F.; Meade, William R.; Meador, John A.; Meadowbrook, J. D.; Meakin, George ; Mearlson, H. Lee; Mears, Kaye; Mease, David; Mebri, Roger; Meddaugh, Tim; Medeiros, William J.; Medford, Jack L.; Medford, Robert; Medges, J. A.; Medoff, Alan S.; Meger, Jeffrey Carl; Mehl, Marie; Mehrens, Thomas E.; Meier, Karl; Meier, Rolf W.; Meisenholder, Jay; Meister, Lowell; Meland, Bruce; Melanson, Lloyd; Mello, Lillian; Mello, Victor E.; Meltmar, W. E.; Mendel, Mel; Mendelson, Henry; Mendenhall, Jackie; Mendez, Rosanna; Mendoza, Jorge; Menger, Gary E.; Mennone, Frank G.; Mentzer, Jim; Menzel, Ernest; Mercer, Lois; Mercer, Robert A.; Merchant, Norris; Merker, Robert W.; Merlis, Sidney; Mernagh, Robert; Merrick, Curt; Merrill, William J.; Merrill-Palmer School; Merriman, Vernon J.; Merritt, Gene; Merry, R.A.; Merryman, John E.; Messerli, Marti; Messler, William J.; Metcalf, Addison; Meter, William J.; Metheney, Robert; Metz, Waldemar A.; Meulenhoff & Co.; Meunier, Andree; Meurling, E. O. L.; Meyer, Arthur; Meyer, Gordon L.; Meyer, John W.; Meyer, Martha M.; Meyer, Pierre Israel; Meyer, Robert; Meyer, Thomas; Meyer, William K.; Meyer, William M.; Meyers, Frank; Meyers, J. S.; Meyers, Morris; Meyland, F.; Michael, Walter J.; Michaels, Lawrence; Michaels, Robin Hart; Michaud, Reno; Michaud, Richard; Michener, James A.; Mick, Charles E.; Middlebrook, Doug; Middleton, Donald W.; Middleton, Kay; Midgley, N. J.; Mielzynski, Felix C.; Miers, Kenyon M.; Miesse, L. T.; Mikicichz, George; Miksa, James A.; Milano, Arthur; Milella, Lawrence; Milensky, Jo; Miles, Jan; Milks, Howard; Miller, Benjamin; Miller, Charles; Miller, David A.; Miller, Donald E.; Miller, Donald F.; Miller, Earl B.; Miller, Edwin J.; Miller, Ernest; Miller, Floyd E.; Miller, G. W.; Miller, George C.; Miller, Gerald; Miller, H. A.; Miller, Harry; Miller, Irene; Miller, J.; Miller, James A.; Miller, Jimmy M.; Miller, John K.; Miller, Judy; Miller, K. Reaburn; Miller, L. J.; Miller, Laurence W.; Miller, Robert E.; Miller, Roger L.; Miller, Theodore R.; Miller, Timothy D.; Miller, W. V.; Millett, Orvin E.; Millington, T.; Million, Ed; Mills, Alfred E.; Mills, George R.; Mills, John M.; Mills, Kenneth R.; Mills, Randy; Mills, Richard H.; Milton, Kevin John; Miner, John; Miner, Melvin; Minister, J. C.; Minks, Richard T.; Minnick, William A.; Minor, Philip L.; Mischitz, Toni; Misey, Leonard S.; Mitchell, Andy; Mitchell, Bob; Mitchell, Dave; Mitchell, Donald C.; Mitchell, G.; Mitchell, G.D.; Mitchell, Grant; Mitchell, James L.; Mitchell, James W.; Mitchell, Keneth; Mitchell, Martin Luther; Mitchell, Meredith B.; Mitchell, Oliver C.; Mitchell, R. A.; Mitchell, Robert L.; Mitchell, Sheri; Mitchell, Stanley; Mitchell, Thomas J., Dr.; Mitchell, Thurman C.; Mitchell, Walter E.; Mittenbuhler, Robert L.; Mixon, William; Miyamoto, Jimmy Y.; Miyao, Yas; Mizener, Elton A.; Mobley, Nancy; Moczkulski, Richard S.; Modigliani, Gino; Moell, Hans A.; Moester, J.; Moffette, J. Paul; Mohler, R. Wayne; Mohr, Robert; Mohrman, Louie Albert; Moldenhauer, James F.; Moller, John Gustaf; Molony, B. Vincent; Mongin, Harold; Monogram Publications, Inc.,; Monroe, Eason; Monroe, Mildred J.; Monroe, Richard; Monson, Donald W.; Montefiore, A. C.; Montgomery, Ron; Montomoli, Rino; Moody, James L.; Moody, O. L.; Moon, Marilyn; Moon, William V.; Moor, Paul; Moore, Alton L.; Moore, David G.; Moore, David W.; Moore, George J.; Moore, Harrison D.; Moore, J.; Moore, J. R.; Moore, Jack F.; Moore, James; Moore, John G.; Moore, Ken; Moore, Maurine; Moore, Wayne; Moothart, E.; Morales, Victor; Moran, George; Moran, James A.; Moran, T. J.; Moreau, Kenvin R.; Moreen, Denis; Morehead, Thomas J.; Morelli, Sandra; Morford, Sam; Morgan, Bill; Morgan, Charles; Morgan, David W.; Morgan, Don L.; Morgan, Elliott; Morgan, H. W.; Morgan, Lester T.; Morin, Joseph; Morissette, J. M.; Moroney, J. E.; Morphy, Alex K.; Morris & Stuart; Morris, Edward C.; Morris, Frank; Morris, G. L.; Morris, Majorie; Morris, O. E.; Morris, P. B.; Morris, Tonya; Morris, W. N.; Morris, William E.; Morrison, Alex G.; Morrison, R. Frank; Morrissey, Joan; Morrow, John T.; Morrow, S.; Morse, A. R.; Morse, John E.; Morse, L. J.; Morse, Leon H.; Morse, Richard E.; Morten, Robert; Mortier, Gilbert; Morton, Edward; Morton, Howard M.; Morton, R.; Moseley, Jeffrey; Moser, James; Moses, Edward; Mosher, Gregory; Moss, Kenneth A.; Mossberg, Ludwig B.; Motsinger, James; Mott, C.; Mott, William G.; Motta, Camille; Moure, Jorge Carlos Alvarez; Moussoulos, Andre; Mouzakis, John; Mowatt, Louis; Moyer, Ivan W.; Mozsa, Lorand; Mucha, John J.; Muelhaulpt, William; and Muelhoefer, Alfred K.

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Mueller, Gerhard E.; Muhlbrandt, Hans-Georg; Muise, D. J.; Mulford, Harry; Mullen, D. J.; Mullen, Edwina; Muller, Gilbert; Mullikin, Thomas; Mumford, John C. B.; Mumma, Ellsworth; Mumma, Wayne; Munhall, Stephen; Munko, E. M. (Bud); Munoz, Roberto; Munze, Herman; Murchison, William; Muri, John; Muriel, M. P.; Murley, Jay; Murphy, Alex K.; Murphy, B.; Murphy, Daniel R.; Murphy, John A.; Murphy, Maurice P.; Murphy, Melford; Murphy, Michael; Murphy, Patrick; Murphy, Ronald; Murray, Bill; Murray, Eldon E.; Murray, Frederick R.; Murray, George; Murray, James D.; Murray, Philip G.; Murray, William J.; Murrell, Patricia; Murrell, V.; Muszalski, James H.; Myer, Walter; Myers, Chandler; Myers, Elgin; Myers, Ervin; Myers, Joseph; Myers, Marilyn; Myers, Ned; Myers, Ronald; N; Nadeau, Leon C.; Nagle, Patrick W.; Nagreen, Hollis; Nakamura, Sadao; Nakashiro, M.; Nall, Larry; Napier, Charles; Narbonne, A.; Naronha, Leslie; Nash, Mervyn A.; Nathan, Peter; National League For Social Understanding; National Library of Medicine; Navarro, Gilberto; Navarro, Miguel; Navetta, Dominic A.; Nayer, Joan; Naylor, Robert; Neal, K. O.; Neal, M. C.; Neely, Ken; Neese, Richard W.; Neibaur, Don L.; Neiderlander, Edwin; Neil, Harold N.; Neill, George; Neirynck, Michael; Nelson, Bob; Nelson, Mary Jean; Nelson, Roger C.; Nelson, Ronald; Nelson, Ted; Nelson, Warren; Nemiroff, Lorraine; Neo, Philip; Neri, Armando; Neruda, Milton James; Nestlander, David M.; Nestler, John C.; Netherly, Fred; Neville, Helena W.; Neville, William C.; New Focus Foundation; Newby, Emmett; Newby, Norman; Newcomb, Velana A.; Newcomer, Jerome D.; Newell, George M.; Newell, Norvaille N.; Newmair, Robert M.; Newman, Bernard; Newman, David; Newman, Edward J.; Newman, Garry; Newman, R. E.; Newman, Ron; Newman, Walter D.; Newton, Gene; Newton, Richard E.; Newton, Robert; Nichol, Garfield Darro; Nicholls, John; Nichols, Den; Nichols, Fred; Nichols, J. A.; Nicholson, Grant; Nickel, Erwin; Nickerson, Robert; Nico, Willard l.; Nicolet, Raymond; Nicolson, Eric; Niedzwiecki, Leo; Niedzwiecki, Robert; Niehous, H.; Nielsen, Rick; Nielsen, Robert E.; Niles, Norman C.; Nimon, Carol; Nimon, J. C.; Nissim, Victor; Nitzan, A.; Nix, Mack Arran; Noe, Herbert G.; Nolen, Robert C.; Noonan, D. Brice; Norden, Arnold F.; Noreen, Richard C.; Noriega, Ricardo; Norman, Bill; Norman-Wilcox, Gregor; Norris, Hubert W.; Norris, Pat; Norris, Robert A.; Norris, Walter; North, Jon F.; North, William; Northcutt, J. F.; Northcutt, James R.; Northe, David; Northe, James Niell; Northern California Service League; Northwestern University Library; Norvak, Albert; Novak, Howard Stuart; Nowak, Robert A.; Noyes, Carl J.; Nulman, Louis; Nulph, Donald H.; Nunes, Geraldo R.; Nuntius, The; Nutte, James A.; Nutting, Elwood F.; Nygren, Louis W.; O; Oas, Paul E.; Oatley, Eugene L.; Oberg, Gene; O'Breham, Lyle A.; O'Brien, J. P.; O'Brien, John T.; O'Brien, Larkin J.; O'Brien, Sally Joan; O'Brien, William W.; Ochoa, James J.; O'Connor, Edward; O'Connor, Quentin J.; O'Connor, Richard K.; Odijk, E. J.; Odom, James; O'Donnell, John J.; Odorizzi, Donald; Oesterreich, Konrad A.; Ogier, James W.; Ogrodoski, Edward R.; Oh, Andrew S.; Ohlmann, Ernst; O'Keefe, Brendan; O'Keefe, Jack; Oldmeadow, Jonathan; Olechowski, Thomas S.; Olinger, Leonard; Oliphant, Robert O.; Oliva, Lucy A.; Oliver, Aaron (Mrs.); Oliver, Donald W.; Oliver, Ruth Hale; Olorenshaw, S. R.; Olsen, Douglas A.; Olson, Art; Olson, Jan; Olson, Raymond E.; O'Mara, Larry; O'Meara, William F.; Onofrio, Richard; O'Neil, Robert A.; O'Neil, V. O.; Ontoyo, R.; Open City; Oplinger, Archie E.; Oppenheimer, Adreph; Oram, Ted; Ore, Malvern L.; O'Reilly, T. D.; Orell, David; Orkin, Andre; Orlton, Hugh; Oroszko, John; Orr, John; Orr, Ross; Orr, Travis N.; Orrick, F. William; Orsjo, Bo; Orth, Edward; Orthodox-Catholic Church of America; Ortloff, Konstantin; Osborn, Robert; Osborne, Allan; Osgood, James B.; O'Shea, John F.; Oslo, P.; Ossolinski, Joseph; Ostrem, D. L.; Ostrom, Rod; Ostrow, Joel; Oswald, Diana J.; Othank, Wilma; Ouellette, G. Robert; Owen, Clyde H.; Owen, Don; Owen, James; Owens, Alfred L.; Owens, Harold; Owens, V. A.; Ower, Ronald; Oxford, G. Lee; and P.

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P; Pace, L. E.; Pacifica Radio, KPFK; Packard, Francis M. A.; Paddock, Stuart R.; Padgett, John; Pagel, Phillip A.; Paignton, J.; Paine, Sheila; Painter, John; Palmer, Alan; Palmer, Cecil; Palmer, H. W.; Palmer, James; Palmer, Robert M.; Palmer, Walter H.; Palmieri, Mario; Panek, Wes; Panel, S. J.; Pangraphic Press; Pannier, Douglas G.; Paonessa, Dan; Paradise Stamp Company; Parish, Robert U.; Park, John E.; Parker, Arnold B.; Parker, Howard R.; Parker, J. B.; Parker, Thomas; Parker, Vernon; Parker, William S.; Parkhurst, Frank A.; Parmenter, Franklin; Parque, Richard; Parr, C. V.; Parrish, Leon C.; Parrott, D. K.; Partalage, James; Passmore, Richard E.; Paton, R. Noel; Patrick, Ferdinand; Patriquin, Charles; Patterson, Dom Leo; Patton, William J.; Paul, John C.; Paul, Selma; Pauls, Fred; Paulsen, Harry A.; Pavlick, Kenneth; Pawlovich, Stan; Payne, Niles M.; Payzant, G. P.; Peacock, Frederick H.; Peacock, Ross L.; Peacock, Samuel; Peak, Leonard; Peak, Walter G.; Pearlstein, Sandy; Pearson, Walter M.; Peck, Charles A.; Peck, Paul Lachlan; Peckham, Dan; Pedace, Bruno; Peebles, Shirley; Peek, George M.; Peel, Ron; Pegg, Jack E.; Pegg, William J.; Pelletier, Maurice; Peltz, Harry; Pendleton, Dennis W.; Pendleton, J.; Peneton, David E.; Peninger, John E.; Penner, Harold; Pennock, Cameron D.; Penrose, John; Percival, A. M.; Perdue, Betty; Perez, Paul; Perii, Charles V.; Perreault, A. J.; Perrone, E. Ernest; Perry, Edward; Perry, Frederick L.; Perry, George E.; Perry, Troy; Perry, William Robert; Persoma, R. E.; Peteghem, A. V.; Peters, Robert L.; Peters, T. A. Y.; Peters, W. H.; Petersen, D.; Peterson, Corwin Frank; Peterson, Dale; Peterson, James L.; Peterson, Vincent C.; Pethick, Merton; Petrich, J.; Pfadenhauer, Paul; Pfister, C. F.; Pfister, George; Phaneuf, H. Emile; Phelps, Joseph; Phillips, Carl A.; Phillips, Jim; Phillips, O. W.; Phillips, Ron C.; Phipps, M. W.; Phoenix, The; Piatt, Nikki; Pickell, Harold J.; Piell, Chester; Pientka, Herbert; Piercey, John F.; Pietzsch, Grant; Pimper, H.; Pinkerton, J. N.; Piotrowski, H.; Pipher, Roy; Pirko, Carl R.; Pitcher, George W.; Pitman, Bob; Pixley, Jim; Place, Charles; Placek, Wayne; Plagman, Don; Plass, Glenna M.; Platt, Jack; Playboy; Plotkin, R.; Plumb, Grant; Pohl, David W.; Pohlable, Raymond M.; Pointer, William L.; Poirier, Jean M.; Poirier, L.; Polak, Clark; Polsky, Marvin R.; Polston, Ken; Pomah, Eli; Pomeroy, Wardell; Ponzio, Paul L.; Pool, William C.; Poparrih, Mary; Porter, E. David; Porter, Glenn C.; Porter, John; Porter, Ron C.; Porter, Sydney; Porter, William B.; Potter, David C. D.; Potter, E. D.; Potter, William F.; Poulos, James P.; Powell, F. V.; Powell, James L.; Powell, John; Powell, Thomas; Powers, Curtis H.; Powers, John William; Poynter, William L.; Pratt, John; Pratt, William R.; Prentiss, Albert W.; Preston, Neil; Price, J. W.; Price, Lou; Price, Paul; Price, Sam; Pride (1966); Pries, Lionel H.; Prigg, R. Donald; Prigmore, Jack M.; Prins, Nelson; Priolo, Paul; Pritchard, Errol; Pritt, Arthur D.; Proctor, Philip H.; Prosin, Suzanne; and Prosperos, The.

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Provance, Donald; Provoo, John David; Provost, Kenny; Pruitt, Lynn I.; Puett, R. F.; Pugh, Gene; Pullinger, Walter F.; Pullman, George R.; Pully, George E.; Pulsifer, D. R.; Pulsifer, Gordon G.; Purvis, James; Putman, Lloyd; Pytel, Stanley L.; Q; Quattrone, Bruno; Quayle, George Lewin; Quested, M. H.; Quinn, Robert ; Quinton, Jean; Quirk, K. L.; Quixley, J.; R; Rabey, Hank; Rabin, J.; Radford, James O.; Raginski, Leo; Rame, Knud; Ramsey, James A.; Random, Toni; Rash, Weldon H.; Rasmussen, E. L.; Rathbun, George; Ratte, David; Rauh, John J.; Raven-Hart, R.; Ravert, Bryan H.; Rawlings, W. Lee; Ray, Joe B.; Ray, Morris W.; Rayborn, Joanne; Raymond, Albert M.; Rea, Elizbeth; Real Life Guide; Reamer, Norman H.; Rebiski, G. R.; Record, Donald C.; Record, George; Reeb, Paul E.; Reed, F. A.; Reed, Neil D.; Reedy, Minnie Mae; Reese, Charles A.; Reese, Howard O.; Reese, Rex; Reeves, E.; Reibling, C. Howard; Reichert, Rolf; Reifschneider, Robert L.; Reigers, Jerry; Reinicker, William F.; Reinmuth, David; Rendelman, Jake; Repp, Charles L.; Reynolds, Bruce; Reynolds, Charles; Reynolds, Gordon W.; Reynolds, Ted; RFSL-Sweden; Rhodes, Diana; Rhudy, R. R.; Rice, Charles; Rice, William G.; Rich, Paul John; Richards, Bob; Richards, Charles H.; Richards, Jack; Richards, John L.; Richards, R.; Richardson, Maurice L.; Richardson, Valentine; Richey, E T.; Rickel, Clair W.; Ricks, David B.; Ridley, Robert; Rie, Robert; Riegger, Hal; Rigby, A. Hoytte; Rigby, Elgin; Riley, Richard E.; Rioux, J. Robert; Riplley, Jack; Ritter, Howard; Rivers, John J.; Robarts, Jackie; Robbins, James J.; Robert, J. R.; Roberts, Don; Roberts, E. Franklyn; Roberts, Harvey; Roberts, R. J.; Roberts, W. R.; Robertson, Clare; Robertson, H. Floyd; Roberts-Strand, S. M.; Robin, W.S.; Robinson, Aubrey T.; Robinson, Charles K.; Robinson, Clayton; Robinson, Kenneth; Robinson, Lynn H.; Robinson, Roger C.; Robson, Arthur E.; Rodwell, Craig; Roeder, George; Roepke, Otto B.; Rogers, James C.; Rogers, Leonard; Rogers, T.W., Jr.; Rohrer, Gordon Lee; Rolfsen, Thomas; Roll, Chester; Roll, P. E.; Romano, Joseph; Rommel, Manfred J.; Ronald, Clement; Ronson, D.; Roper, C. S.; Roper, Ralston; Rose, Gilbert; Rose, Mason; Rosebud, Harold C.; Rosen, Maurice D.; Rosenberg, Harold; Rosenthal, Harold; Roser, George F.; Ross, Charles L; Ross-McElroy Productions; Rosson, Edgar L.; Rossum, Gerald; Roston, B.; Rought, Leon N.; Rowland, Charles D.; Rowland, G. Thomas; Rubin, Phillip H.; Ruches, Pyrrhus J.; Rudolph, Roger; Rumble, D. A.; Rush, Stella; Rusins, Alfredo; Russell, DaKalb, Jr.; Russell, Kenneth P.; Russell, P. G.; Russell, Ralph; Russell, Sanders; Russell, W. Don; Russell, William C.; Russo, Emanuel; Rutledge, Lee R.; and Ryersen, Ed.

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S; Saarloos, George; Sabin, Thom; Sacconaghi, Charles; Saeger, John; Saglio, Diane; Sagmoen, Henry; Sailors, Robert; Saiz, Clive M.; Salcher, Peter; Salerno, Lester F.; Salmi, William; Sampson, Chet; Sanborn, Jim; Sanborn, Philip L.; Sand, Douglas Edward; Sanders, John H. B.; Sanders, William; Sandifer, Eddie; Sandtner, Joseph F.; Sanidad, Prosper; Sano, H. A. Donald; Sansone, Peter A.; Sarle, Harold; Sarto, Gary; Sasiene, Rita; Satcher, Herbert B.; Sausaman, Edward M.; Sawtelle, Donald Alden; Sawyer, H. A.; Saxton, Manville W.; Scace, Frank; Sccott, Donald L.H.; Schaefer, Ray; Schaffer, Ralph S.; Schamber, Eric R.; Scharf, Robert Louis; Schauberger, Amanda; Schauer, Robert E.; Scheak, Harrison M.; Scherlis, Gayle; Schewene, Charlie; Schladinske, Myron; Schlegel, Thomas I.; Schloss, Stan Richard; Schlumpf, Hans; Schmidt, H. Eric; Schmidt, Leroy; Schmidt, Matthew J.; Schmidt, Paul T.; Schmidt, Ray; Schmissrauter, Steven; Schmolke, Elva Ann; Schmoll, Glenn (Hal); Schneider, Don; Schoch, S. W.; Schot, John M.; Schrader, Alfred W.; Schroeder, Carroll F.; Schroeder, Fred E.; Schuring, Harold R.; Schuster, Joe; Schwab, Arnold T.; Schweger, Mary Lou; Scobee, Harold G.; Scott, Bruce C.; Scott, Elizabeth; Scott, G. M.; Scott, Rex; Scott, Robert A.; Scripps, Bill; Scully, James F.; Sealey, Dale F.; Seaman, Gordon A.; Secules, D.; See, William H.; Segura, Gonzalo "Tony"; Sehres, Leonard J.; Seidel, J. E.; Seitner, Phillip G.; Seitz, Joseph M. H.; Sell, Clarence J.; Sell, Harold A.; Sellers, R. L.; and Sells, Ruth.

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Senski, Norman R.; Serivan, J.; Seversmith, Herbert; Sexology Magazine; Shafer, Drew R.; Shafer, R. A.; Shaffer, Harold R.; Shaffer, Harry L.; Shaffer, Thomas W.; Shamhart, L.H., Rev.; Shane, Richard H.; Shannon, Alice R.; Shapiro, Donald; Sharff, Merle; Shaw, Gene; Shawcross, W.M.E.; Shawkey, Dallas; Shearer, Lee; Sheplow, Ralph; Sheppe, Walter; Shepperd, Al; Sheridan, Robert N.; Sherman, Jon H.; Shideler, Marty; Shipley, J. T.; Shive, Richard; Shoot, Lynn; Shotwell, Jody; Shrock, Lee O.; Siebenthaler, Lee; Siegel, S.; Sievers, H. E.; Sigafoos, R. J.; Siket, Anne; Sille, Diethard; Sills, Jim; Silton, Tom; Silva-Armas, Alfredo; Silvestri, Vincent; Simcek, William F.; Simmerling, Ronald H.; Simmons, Walter; Simon, Claude; Simpson, Donald R.; Sinauer, D.S.; Sink, Sydney; Sirlin, R.A.; Sisson, Martin; Size, Jean; Skakun, Alec; Sklar, Larry; Skureth, Joseph J., Rev.; Slaght, Hugh; Slamka, E. W.; Slavin, J. B.; Slobodkin, Martin H.; Slough, Lowell G.; Small, Hugh (Hydee); Smallwood, G. T.; Smart, R. W.; Smartt, Lucien E.; Smashey, Robert W.; Smiley, Charles L.; Smith, Alex; Smith, Ann; Smith, Byron K.; Smith, Charles D.; Smith, Cynthia J.; Smith, Everett F.; Smith, Gilbert C.; Smith, Glenn V.; Smith, Harold L.; Smith, Harrison K.; Smith, Horace; Smith, Hugh Stewart; Smith, J. D.; Smith, John J.; Smith, John L.; Smith, Larry E.; Smith, Marvin D.; Smith, Milton; Smith, Nan Stuart; Smith, Neil J.; Smith, Robert H.; Smith, Robert R.; Smith, Robert V.; Smith, Ronald E.; Smith, Vic; Smith, Vivian; Smith, W. B.; Smith, W. Wayne; Smith, Wallace I.; Smith, Walter J.; Smithson, Bud; Smpadian, Susan; Snell, Bruce W.; Snowden, William; Snyder, Edward C.; Society for Individual Rights; Society for Scientific Study of Sex; Sollinger, W. C.; Solomon, Ed; Sonnerberg, Sten; Sorenson, E. Harold; Sorrells, James M.; Souza, David D.; Spade, Arthur T.; Spalding, John T.; Spano, Raphael M.; Spearin, Herbert O.; Speece, Verle; Spellicy, Frederic R.; Spelman, Richard C.; Spencer, E. Warren; Spieberg, Carl; Spikings, Floyd J.; Spires, Joseph; Spoljarich, Andrew; Spotts, R. Rolla; Springer, Paul W.; Squire, Donn; St. Clare, Keith; St. Clair, Robert; St. Cyr, Michael; St. Giza, Jerzy; St. John, George; Staeheli, Kurt; Stamp, John; Stanley, Albert; Stanley, Julia P.; Stanton, Herbert E.; Starck, Roland E.; Steccone, Gene; Steel, Lloyd L.; Steele, George E.; Stein, Frank; Stein, George L.; Stein, Herbert; Steinegger, W.; Steinert, Rudi H.; Steinke, Orval; Steinmetz, Edward Barnett; Steis, Erwin G.; Stell, Mike & John D.; Stephan, Albert; Stephens, M. L.; Sterkel, Jack R. (Starr); Sterling, D. L.; Sterling, Eliot M.; Sterling, Norbert Todd; Sternberg, Ben M.; Stetzel, Warren (Art Treadway); Stevens, Frank P.; Stevens, Kay; Steward, Samuel M.; Stewart, Antonio Y.; Stewart, Clarence L.; Stewart, E. H.; Stewart, Keith; Stewart, N.; Stewart, W. W.; Steyermark, Julian A.; Stickles, B. L.; Stillman, Alexander; Stimer, David; Stinnett, Richard L.; Stojak, Fedor; Stokes, Albert L.H.; Stokes, H. E.; Stoll, H. G.; Stonewall; Stonko, Dolores; Stout, K. E.; Stover, Webster; Strain, Joel J.; Strange, W.; Strickland, Roy; Strickler, Sam; Stringham, Bill; Stroumillo, A.; Struck, H. C.; Struever, R.L.; Strunk, Deforest L.; Stryker, David M.; Stuart, Lyle; Stulberg, Mike; Stunfell, Ann; Sturges, John B.; Sturman, Richard; Stuthman, Frederick; Suicide Prevention Center; Sukov, Marvin; Sullivan, Jimmy; Sullivan, Ken; Sullivan, Lee; Sullivan, T.; Summers, Neil; Summers, Thomas F.; Sunataro, Cora; Sunderman, Raymond; Super, William; Supka, Henry G.; Sussman, Stanley A.; Suter, Edward; Sutherland, Richard Orlin; Sutherland, W. D.; Sutta, M.; Sutton, Barbara; Sutton, Mike; Suvada, Fred; Suwanebutra, Sanchai; Svedfelt, Stig; Swackhamer, T. Cecil; Swallow, George; Swann, John H.; Swanson, Gerald; Swanson, Henry A.; Swanson, Jon A.; Swanson, Lee; Swanson, P. J.; Swarm, Paul; Sweet, Billy; and Sweet, Donald K.

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Sweeten, Janice K.; Swiderski, John; Swiger, David L.; Switzer, Leslie; Swope, Dorothy; Swoverland, David; Sydney, Barbara; Symonds, Edward; Sze, Thaddeus; T; Tabloid American; Taft, William; Tamblyn, Eldon W.; Tambuyser, Paul; Tamm, George L.; Tanaka, Sumio; Tanet, Andrew T.; Tanzer, David; Tararin, Peter A.; Tardy, Marcel; Tatton, Albert; Taunton, Calvin P.; Taussig, Stefan; Taylor, Frederick; Taylor, Garrick M.; Taylor, George N.; Taylor, J. Roman; Taylor, Leslie A.; Taylor, M.; Taylor, Rex; Taylor, S.B.R.; Teach, J. L.; Teissler, Mike; Teller-Denhof, Rudolph; Tennant, Woody; Termeer, Edward M.; Terrell, Don M.; Terry, Theodore R.; Tewkesbury, Richard; Thek, William M.; Themes, Ernest; Theriault, Mae D.; Thieleke, Paul Josef; Thomas, Charles C.; Thomas, Don; Thomas, E. W.; Thomas, Gary; Thomas, Gerald Norvin; Thomas, Jack D.; Thomas, Jerry K.; Thomas, Larry; Thomas, T. A.; Thompson, Donald David; Thompson, Frank C.; Thompson, H. Keith; Thompson, J. E.; Thompson, Jane W.; Thompson, Merritt M.; Thompson, Ray; Thompson, Sherman; Thompson, Steadman; Thorman, Don; Thormeyer, W.R.; Thornton, Robert; Thorp, John E.; Thorp, John W.; Thorslev, Peter L.; Thorson, Karl A.; Thorstad, David; Thorwaldsen, Roland; Thrasher, Michael; Three-O-Seven Bar; Thullen, Jim; Thurburn, Malcolm; Thurmond, Charles J.; Tiedeman, Oliver J.; Tillotson, Stan; Timmins, Laurence E.; Timmons, Leonard; Tingle, Albert D.; Tipton, James W.; Titus, Stephen J.; Todaro, Nick; Todd, John J.; Todd, Lee; Todd, T.; Todd, Tom; Toledo, Carlos; Tom, Bill; Torcasio, Robert S.; Torgove, H. Herbert; Totagrande, Albert; Toth, Albert ; Toth, John; Towne, Roger E.; Townes, Richard M.; Townsend, Prescott; Toy, M. E.; Tracton, James Barry; Traister, Robert M.; Trans-Continental Publishers; Trautvetter, Paul; Traver, Dennis; Travieso, Beasley; Traynor, Michael; Treadway, Art; Trenholme, James D.; Trent, Richard; Trichey, E.; Triggs, Gerald E.; Trimble, John F.; Trimble, Lois M.; Trout, Raymond; Troutman, Don E.; Trumbull, Peter; Trumbull, R. Leslie; Trusdell, Richard V.; Tryon, John N.; Tucker, Martin; Tuhey, Walter F.; Tullos, Tom; Tully, H.G.; Turman, R. E.; Turner, Eskin C.; Turovaara, Heimo I.; Tusque, William; Tuttle, Robert L.; Tweedy, Douglas; Twining, Ralph Allen; Tyler, Gene R.; Tyler, Robert H.; Tyndall, Francis Wm., Rev.; U; Uehlin, Michael; Uhlmann, W. E. M.; Ulane, K. F.; Ulrich, Otto H.; Underwood, Herman; Underwood, J. M.; Underwood, R.J.; Unger, Charles D.; Unger, Gerard; Unger, Raymond; Union League Club; Universita Cattolica Del S. Cuore; University of British Columbia; University of Buffalo; University of California, Berkeley; University of California, Los Angeles; University of Hawaii; University of Manitoba; University of Michigan; University of Southern California; University of Wisconsin; Urick, Anthony P.; Urquhart, La Vonna; Utsumi, Saburo; V; Vaillancourt, John; Vaillancourt, Roger; Valade, Stuart; Valentin, M.; Valentine, Christina; Valentine, J.; Vallancourt, Jean; Valle, Raul R.; Vallee, D.; Valley, A. L.; Van Alstyne, A.; Van Arsdol, K. T.; Van Buskirk, Ronald; Van Camp, Jerome; Vance, Robert; Vancranebrock, John; Van De Bunte, Lynne; Van Deen, Jean; Vandenburg, Vincent; Vanderbeek, Larry; Vanderfelt, Barry; Van Der Graaf, Jans J.; Van Der Togt, F.; Vander Yacht, Duane; Van De Spijker, Herman; Van Deusen, Paul; Vandiver, Oreal William; Van Every, Richard; Vanguard, Inc.; Van Harmelen, Joyce; Van Heerden, E.; Van Heldorf, Dick; Van Horn, John; Van Hoy, David C.; Van Lederman, Bill; Van Loan, Richard; Van Maarseveen, A. G.; Van Meter, Rudy; Van Ness, H.C.; Van Patten, Nathan; Van Slyke, Merrill N.; Van Steenwyk, J. G.; Van Swearingen, Henry; Van Tassel, Howard; Van Tilborg, Evan J.; Van Vuuren, Tommy; Van Zile, William J.; Vappedahl, Clif O.; Varengo, Laurent; Varescu, Tony; Varga, Thelma; Varieur, Normand; Vasil, Robert; Vaughn, R. C.; Vecchi, Charles D.; Vedder, Kay; Vega, Marylois P.; and Velkov, Wesley M.

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Velna, Joseph; Vennen; Ventry, James J.; Verrette, Jean J.; Verrino, Frank; Verville, John P.; Vezelis, Harold F.; Victor, K. A.; Vidal, Gore; Vien, Rossel; Viereck, George Sylvester; Viking Sauna; Village Books and Press; Villagomez, Jose; Villareal, Abelardo; Villegas, Ernesto; Villiers, Arthur; Vincent, Kenneth G.; Vincent, Richard; Vincent, Romeo; Vinnard, Robert; Vion, Larry; Visaggi, Joseph; Vizdak, Z.; Vollbrecht, William F.; Vollman, Stanton; Volts, James D.; Von Baden, Erich; Von Der Mehden, Roy; Voneil, Edgar; Von Hohenzollern, Friederick; Von Holtzendorf, Kurt; Von Jacob, Jack; Von Spreckelsen, John; Von Steinen, Miriam; Von Weiland, William; Vostwald, Venice; Vrana, Ronald; Vukas, Gerald A.; W; Wada, Masaki; Waddill, Thomas E.; Wadsworth, Leon; Wagner, J. F.; Wah, Ray; Wahlen, Don; Wahrenbrock, Kenneth A.; Waldron, John D.; Walgot, Leslie; Walker, Bob; Walker, D. R.; Walker, Dwight T.; Walker, E. Lee; Walker, Hilger G.; Walker, Hollis G.; Walker, John Stephen; Walker, Paul; Walker, R. C.; Walker, Renee; Walker, Thane; Walker, U. Owen; Walker, Virgil; Wallace, Jay; Walling, Christine; Walsh, Chuck; Waltermire, Clayton; Walters, D. M.; Walton, Laika; Walton, Miranda; Waltrip, Bob; Wandel, William; Wander, George; Ward, Dorothy; Ward, John; Ward, Phillip A.; Ward, Robert F.; Ward, William M.; Warda, David J.; Warford, William S.; Warn, R. R.; Warner, Arthur Cyrus; Warner, Francis A.; Warom, S.; Warrell, John; Warren, Elwin M.; Warren, R. S.; Warrington, James C.; Wartburg, William; Warwick, Noel C.; Warwick, Robert B.; Washburn, Lewis; Wasserburger, John W.; Waters, George B.; Watkins, Martha J.; Watrous, Margaret; Watson, Jack D.; Watson, Leland H.; Watson, Thomas J.; Watt, James H.; Watts, George; Waugh, Thomas, M.D.; Wayman, Mark; Weatherley, Charles; Weaver, Carson; Webb, Andrew; Webb, E. R.; Weber, Edward C.; Weberg, Jef; Webster, Thomas; Wedekind, Rudolf; Wedeking, Ralph; Wedemeyer, Albert L.; Weety, R. A.; Wefers, Louis A.; Wegener, Will R.; Weidenfeller, John E.; Weil, Arthur, M.D.; Weiler, Curt; Weimister, Paul W.; Wein, Morri R.; Weiner, Rita; Weintrob, Mark E.; Weisenburger, L. J.; Weiss, Harry E.; Weiss, Irene; Weissman, Howard; Welch, David; Welch, George; Welch, Harry L.; Welch, James L.; Weldon, Rodney G.; Welles, Alan T.; Welles, E. T.; Wells, Sharon; Welsand, Eugene H.; Welsh, Larry; Welton, James F.; Welty, R. A.; Wenger, James S.; Wentz, Harold; Wenzel, Chris; Werner, Albert; Werner, George; Werner, W. A.; Werres, Johannes P.; Wesler, Marion A.; West, George A.; West, George, Jr.; Westerbeck, John R.; Westerlund, Arnold; Westland, John E.; Wetherbee, David; Wetherbee, Russell A.; Wetherill, Russell; Wettstein, Roger; Weymouth, C. E.; Whartenby, Russell D.; Wharton, Donald C.; Whatley, Wayne Reid; Wheeler, Ernest J.; Wheeler, Jack C.; Whidden, James; Whiddleton, D.; Whipple, M. E.; Whisenhunt, Ray; Whitaker, Bailey; Whitaker, Patrick; Whitam, Frederick L.; Whitbeck, De Wain; White, C.; White, Charles L.; White, Don; White, Dorothy N.; White, J. M.; White, James H.; White, James W.; White, Jess; White, John B.; White, Ralph; and White, Richard.

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 Whi-Zwe 

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White, Robert S.; White, William T.; Whitlock, Ann; Whitlow, D. C.; Whitman, Bill; Whitmarsh, Abbott W.; Whitney, James A.; Whitworth, R. K.; Wiant, Robert A.; Wickard, Eugenia; Wicker, Randolfe; Wickliffe, Warren B.; Wiegmink, Alan; Wiener, Lee C.; Wiggins, Ralph A.; Wilcox, Sam; Wildeblood, Peter; Wiley, Lockwood; Wilhite, Charles; Wilkey, Charles S.; Wilkie, Bob; Wilkie, Steve; Wilkins, E.; Wilkinson, Gordon E.; Wilkinson, Harry; Wilkinson, Wayne G.; Wilklow, Roy; Willey, Donald; Williams, Beverly; Williams, Bill; Williams, Don; Williams, Edmond J.; Williams, Eugene; Williams, George H.; Williams, H. Hamilton; Williams, James S.; Williams, John R.; Williams, Joseph E.; Williams, Kenneth; Williams, L. P.; Williams, Larry ; Williams, Larry E.; Williams, Loring E; Williams, Louis; Williams, Norris; Williams, T. E.; Williams, Walter; Williams, Walter L.; Williams, Walter N.; Willis, John B.; Willis, John M.; Wills, Jim; Wills, Lois; Willson, Henry J.; Wilson, Bert; Wilson, Dale; Wilson, Don E.; Wilson, E.; Wilson, Everett E.; Wilson, George; Wilson, John; Wilson, Larry F.; Wilson, Lew; Wilson, Mr.; Wilson, Owen; Wilson, Ralph; Wilson, Robert S.; Wilson, T.; Wiltfong, B. J.; Wimmer, Newton W.; Winans, Edna M.; Winders, Warren H.; Windisch, Dave; Windsor-Smith, Allen; Winn, Robert G.; Winsor, Kenneth; Winter, M.; Winterhalter, David R.; Wirth, Ralph J.; Witherspoon, Jim; Witt, D. W.; Wittekind, John; Wittwer, John; Wolaniuk, Frank; Wolf, Irma (Corky); Wolf, Marshall; Wolf, Robert H.; Wolf, W. T.; Wolfe, Ed. L.; Wolfe, Peter; Wolfe, Ralph H.; Wolfe, Robert; Wolfner, Baron; Wollman, Leo; Womack, H. Lyn; Womack, John; Wong, David L.; Woo, John; Wood, Chris; Wood, Clyde; Wood, Cynthia; Wood, D. E.; Wood, D. R.; Wood, Don E.; Wood, Donald; Wood, Frank C.; Wood, G. Malcolm ; Wood, Perry S.; Wood, Robert W.; Wood, Wilbur W.; Woodard, J. C.; Woodford, George W.; Woodington, G.; Woodley, Gurney M.; Woodman, Duane Stephen; Woodman, H.; Woodruff, Richard; Woods, Daryl M.; Woods, Jerry; Woodward, Nathan R.; Woodworth, Stephen W.; Woolf, Robert I.; Woolf, Samuel; Worrall, Bill; Worrell, Jim; Wortendyke, Robert D.; Worth, Jack; Worthington, F. G.; Worthington, R.; Worthley, Edward; Wrede, Warner C.; Wright, Frank E.; Wright, Harold R.; Wright, Jack; Wright, James C.; Wright, John ; Wright, Johnny; Wroblewski, Stephan; Wurfel, Clifford R.; Wvest, Greg I.; Wyatt, Philip; Wyatt, Ralph; Wyka, Frank; Wyllie, Dick; Wynant, J.; Wynkoop, William M.; Wyrick, Ann; Wyse, David L.; Wysocki, Cindy; Y; Yackee, Glenn; Yaffee, Charles; Yagow, Lew; Yale, Rex W., Jr.; Yan, Vincent; Yardon, Abdool; Yates, Al; Yates, Raymond A.; Yates, Richard; Yeager, Frank J.; Yeast, D. W.; Yeo, Gerald F.; Yerks, Clifford; Yoder, H. Walter; Yoder, Russell Lee; Yoho, George; York, D. A.; York, Peter; York, Robert P.; Yosick, Michael J.; Yoss, Max Edward; Young, Alan; Young, D. L.; Young, Fredrick S.; Young, George H.; Young, Gordan; Young, Ian; Young, John C.; Young, Robert C.; Young, Robert L.; Young, Shirley J.; Young, Sidney; Young, William H.; Youngman, Clifton; Youse, J. Robert; Yuhasz, Bruce; Yurlisin, Basil; Z; Zabrosky, Frank A.; Zagelmeyer, Frank; Zaharatos, Daniel; Zaun, Robert; Zavrl, Lewis A.; Zbryk, M.; Zeff, Leo J.; Zeides, Wayne R.; Zeidler, Geoffrey H.; Zeilinger, M. B.; Zeininger, C. R.; Zeman, David M.; Zeman, Stanley; Ziarko, Albert A., Jr., Rev.; Zielke, Dan; Zimbra, R.; Zimmerer, Frank J.; Zimmerman, Charles D.; Zimmerman, Frank J.; Zimmerman, N. L.; Zindo, L.; Ziniti, Anthony M.; Zinser, Tony; Zipper, Eugene; Zodiak Publications; Zorifis, Bobbie; Zovluck, B.; Zuccaro, Harry; Zuk, Florence; Zurburg, C. H. L.; and Zwerin, Kenneth C.

40

 Correspondence (chronological) 1952-1994 

Arrangement note

The records have been collocated from assorted boxes and arranged by the only observable order that chronologically similar materials were often found together.

Box Folder

  1952-1956   [5 folders]

41 21-25

  1957-1972   [18 folders]

42 1-18

  1972-1980   [17 folders]

43 1-17

  1980-1994, undated   [20 folders]

Scope and Contents note

Includes folders with undated notes and contact information.

44 1-20
Box Folder

 Foreign correspondence 1953-1994   [6 folders]

Arrangement note

The records are arranged in chronological order.

45 1-6

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Series 4:  Series 4. Publications Division records 1946-1994  (Bulk, 1953-1994)   24.9 linear feet.

Scope and Contents note

The records, 1946-1994, document the administration, production, circulation, advertising, copyright, and sales of serial and book publications at ONE Inc. from 1953 to 1994. Although the Publications Division was not officially established until the mid-1950s, the activity of publishing dates to the first publication of ONE Magazine in January 1953. The Publications Division dissolved as an independent department in the late 1970s, but the functions of this division, such as the publication of  ONE Letter and  ONE Calendar, were nonetheless maintained.

While the Homophile Studies in Theory and Practice publication was in part published by ONE Institute Press, a department created just for this purpose, the function of publishing a book has merited its inclusion in this series. Similarly, although book service orders were for a time handled by the Book Service Department and although the library later took over publication orders for ONE Inc., publications ordered by and from ONE Inc. have been collocated under this function of the Publications Division.

The actual published works of ONE Inc. will be found under the publications series. The records of published research projects such as "A Study of 388 North American Homosexual Males" and An Annotated Bibliography of Homosexuality will be found in the Research Division records series.

Administrative history

ONE Inc.'s original articles of incorporation cited as its primary purpose "to publish and disseminate a magazine dealing primarily with homosexuality from a scientific, historical and critical point of view." Under "General Purposes" the articles of incorporation continued that ONE Inc. would "publish and disseminate magazines, brochures, leaflets, and books pertaining to socio-sexual behavior." This formed the foundation of what was to become the Publications Division and established a core corporate function maintained long after the division ceased.

Arrangement note

The records are arranged in the following subseries:

Series 4.1. Serial publications, 1946-1994, bulk 1953-1994

Series 4.2. Book publications, 1955-1994

Series 4.3. Publication orders, 1953-1994

 Subseries 4.1. Serial publications 1946-1994  (Bulk, 1953-1994)   23.2 linear feet.

Scope and Contents note

The records, 1946-1994, document the administration, production, circulation, distribution, advertising, and copyright of the serial publications of ONE Inc. from 1953 to 1994.

Arrangement note

The records have been arranged into six sections: 1) administration and correspondence, 2) production, 3) circulation and distribution, 4) advertising, 5) copyright, and 6) Joan Corbin and Ginger Blakely papers.

 Administration and correspondence 1953-1991  (Bulk, 1953-1974)

Scope and Contents note

The records comprise the correspondence and administrative documents managed by the editorial staff in producing the serial publications of ONE Inc., 1954-1991.

Box Folder

 Administration 1958-1991, undated 

46 1

 ONE Magazine correspondence 1953-1974   [4 folders]

46 2-5

 ONE Institute Quarterly correspondence 1957-1972, undated   [2 folders]

Scope and Contents note

Includes early mock-ups.

46 6-7

 Production 1946-1994 

Scope and Contents note

The records, 1946-1994, consist of text and image submissions, publication mock-ups, and pre-press printing blocks used by the editorial staff in producing the serial publications of ONE Inc. from 1953 to 1994.

Biographical/Historical note

The bulk of the alphabetically organized files of editorial correspondence and editorial images ends in 1965. This corresponds to a split in the organization in 1965 when Don Slater led a breakaway group from ONE Inc. and relocated editorial files to another office. Although much of these files were later returned, the original office of ONE Inc. may have implemented another set of editorial files such as the post-1965 files arranged by content, i.e. clippings, poetry, stories, etc.. Although post-1965 records are included in the pre-1965 set and vice-versa, whether this integration occurred at the time or at some later day is unknown.

Arrangement note

The records have been arranged into four sections: 1) editorial correspondence, 2) editorial images, 3) mock-ups and edits, and 4) printing blocks.

 Editorial correspondence 1953-1993 

Scope and Contents note

The records comprise the textual submissions and accompanying correspondence managed by the editorial staff in producing the serial publications of ONE Inc., 1953-1993.

Arrangement note

The records are arranged into three sections: 1) alphabetical files, 2) content files, and 3) general files including those managed by Jim Kepner and those related to the ONE Institute Quarterly.

Box Folder

 Editorial correspondence (B-T, W) 1953-1968   [24 folders]

Arrangement note

The records are arranged alphabetically by correspondent name.

46 8-31

 Content files 1956-1993 

Box Folder

 Book reviews 1962-1970 

46 32

 Clippings, manuscripts, and articles 1960-1993 

47 1

 Editorials 1957-1960, undated 

47 2

 Poetry and stories 1956-1992   [6 folders]

47 3-8
Box Folder

 General 1956 

47 9

 Jim Kepner 1953-1966 

47 10

 ONE Institute Quarterly 1955-1967, undated   [3 folders]

47 11-13

 Editorial images 1946-1974, undated 

Scope and Contents note

The records, 1946-1974, comprise the images managed by the editorial staff in producing the serial publications of ONE Inc. from 1953 to 1974.

Arrangement note

The records are arranged alphabetically by artist.

Box Folder

 Editorial images 1946-1974, undated   [21 folders]

47 14-34

 Mock-ups and edits 1958-1994 

Scope and Contents note

The records document the staff edits and cut-and-paste constructions from which ONE's serial publications were created, 1958-1994. The mock-ups include art and cover designs for ONE Magazine.

Arrangement note

The records are arranged in alphabetical order by the name of the publication.

Box Folder

 The Butterfly circa 1974-1975 

47 35

 ONE Confidential undated 

47 36

 ONE Letter 1969-1994, undated   [4 folders]

47 37-40

 ONE Calendar 1981-1993   [2 folders]

48 1-2

 ONE Magazine 1960-1972, undated   [5 folders]

Scope and Contents note

Includes cover and art designs for the magazine.

48 3-7

 Promotional materials 1965-1994, undated   [2 folders]

48 8-9

 Promotional materials, ONE Institute 1958-1988, undated 

48 10

 Unknown publications undated 

48 11

 Printing blocks 

Scope and Contents note

The printing blocks were used to create covers, images, text, and spot illustrations for the serial publications of ONE Inc., circa 1957-1966.

Biographical/Historical note

Attorney Dean Hansell rescued the original ONE Magazine printing blocks from a local garage sale and donated them to ONE Institute & Archives, January 27, 2004.

Arrangement note

The printing blocks have been arranged into six categories: 1) ONE Magazine covers, 2) ONE Confidential, 3) people, 4) text, 5) images, and 6) other designs.

Processing Information

ONE Magazine covers,  ONE Confidential, and other large-size printing blocks have been put into acid-free folders and housed in 7-inch document cases. All other printing blocks have been housed in flat boxes to better accommodate their smaller sizes.

Box Folder

 ONE Magazine covers 1957-1959   [7 folders]

53 1-7

 ONE Magazine covers 1959-1960   [7 folders]

54 1-7

 ONE Magazine covers 1960-1962   [7 folders]

55 1-7

 ONE Magazine covers 1962-1963   [7 folders]

56 1-7

 ONE Magazine covers 1963-1965   [7 folders]

57 1-7

 ONE Magazine covers 1965-1966   [5 folders]

58 1-5

 ONE Confidential 1964 

58 6
Box

 People (1 of 4) undated   [flat box]

60

 People (2 of 4) undated   [flat box]

61

 People (3 of 4) undated   [flat box]

62

 People (4 of 4) undated   [flat box]

63

 Text (1 of 2) undated   [flat box]

64

 Text (2 of 2) undated   [flat box]

65
Box Folder

 Text, large size undated   [3 folders]

59 3-5
Box

 Images (1 of 3) undated   [flat box]

66

 Images (2 of 3) undated   [flat box]

67

 Images (3 of 3) undated   [flat box]

68

 Images and other designs undated   [flat box]

69

 Other designs (1 of 4) undated   [flat box]

70

 Other designs (2 of 4) undated   [flat box]

71

 Other designs (3 of 4) undated   [flat box]

72

 Other designs (4 of 4) undated   [flat box]

73
Box Folder

 Other designs, large size undated   [2 folders]

59 1-2

 Other designs and people, large size undated 

58 7

 Circulation and distribution 1953-1988 

Scope and Contents note

The records, 1953-1988, primarily document the circulation and distribution of ONE Magazine from its first release in 1953 to its final publication in 1972. To a lesser extent, the records also track the circulation and distribution of books and other ONE Inc. serial publications. The circulation documents primarily consist of inventory and circulation accounting records. The distribution records consist of correspondence, permission requests, and half sheets and index cards tracking distributors’ financial accounts; and include letters that highlight difficulties with distributors, the postal service, and legal compliance. The international files include correspondence with Der Kreis (Switzerland) and with the International Committee for Sexual Equality (Holland).

Arrangement note

The circulation records are arranged chronologically by year. The distribution records are arranged alphabetically by geographic location. Oversized circulation displays are listed at the end.

Processing Information

The distribution records were processed and described by Collette Salvatierra.

Box Folder

 Circulation 1956-1988   [21 folders]

48 12-32

 Locations (A-F) 1953-1966   [14 folders]

Scope and Contents note

Includes distribution records for Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Australia, Austria, Belgium, California, California (Los Angeles), Canada, Colorado, Connecticut, Denmark, District of Columbia, England, and Florida.

48 33-46

 Locations (F-W) 1953-1971   [40 folders]

Scope and Contents note

Includes distribution records for France, Georgia, Germany (including Switzerland and Austria), Holland, Illinois, India, Iowa, Israel, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mexico, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, Norway, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Sweden, Tennessee, Texas, Uruguay, Utah, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin, and other unsorted locations.

49 1-40

 Homophile studies cost and circulation projection 1959   [oversized]

95 7

 Magazine production record 1953-1957   [oversized]

95 8

 Magazine sales 1953-1956   [oversized]

95 9

 Advertising 1952-1982, undated 

Scope and Contents note

The records consist of correspondence and invoices documenting requests for advertisements in ONE Inc. publications as well as requests by ONE Inc. for advertisements in outside publications, 1952-1982. To a lesser extent, the records also include summaries of ONE's promotional endeavors across all print material.

Arrangement note

The records are arranged in chronological order.

Box Folder

 Advertising 1952-1964   [14 folders]

49 41-54

 Advertising 1965-1982, undated   [2 folders]

50 1-2

 Copyright 1953-1966 

Scope and Contents note

The records comprise the official copyright certificates of the individual issues of ONE Magazine and  ONE Institute Quarterly, 1953-1966.

Box Folder

 ONE Magazine 1953-1966   [3 folders]

50 3-5

 ONE Institute Quarterly 1958-1966 

50 6

 Joan Corbin and Ginger Blakely papers 1956-1965, undated 

Scope and Contents note

The Joan Corbin and Ginger Blakely papers consist of production and reference files for the artwork, covers, and layout of ONE Magazine and other ONE publications, 1956-1965, undated. The papers also include poetry, artwork, and a children's book collected or created by Joan Corbin.

Biographical/Historical note

Joan Corbin, pseudonym Eve Elloree, planned, designed, and illustrated ONE Magazine as an editorial staff member, 1953-1954, and Art Director, 1954-1963.

Separated Materials note

These materials were donated independently from the rest of the collection. Separated materials include an edited copy of the Daughters of Bilitis constitution and assorted press clippings to the ONE Archive subject files. Publications that went to the ONE Archives journal collection include: Der Kreis, n.12, XXIII, December 1955;  ICSE Periodical Newsletter, March 1957;  ICSE Periodical Newsletter, Summer issue 1957;  Vriendschap, Orgaan Van Het C.O.C., 12e Jaargang, September 1957;  Vriendschap, Cultuur: En Ontspanningscentrum Nederland, 11e Jaargang, Mei 1956;  ONE Magazine publications, 1956-1962; and  ONE Institute Quarterly publications, 1958-1961.

Box Folder

 ONE Magazine mock-up, volume 5, issue 6, June-July 1957 

51 1

 ONE Magazine cover mock-ups 1958, undated 

51 2

 ONE Magazine cover art submissions, Tony Reyes undated 

51 3

 ONE Magazine cut-outs undated 

Scope and Contents note

Cut-outs were presumably reused across multiple issues.

51 4

 Artwork for ONE Inc. publications undated 

51 5

 Artwork and page layouts for ONE Inc. publications undated 

51 6

 Typography, color, and other reference material 1958, undated   [2 folders]

51 7-8

 Notes, clippings, and other resource material 1956-1965 

51 9

 Subseries 4.2. Book publications 1955-1994   1.2 linear feet.

Scope and Contents note

The records document the administration, production, and sales of the books and plays published by ONE Inc., 1955-1994. The administration files document the policies, notes, and other administrative records of the book department, while the individually listed book files document the administration, production, and sales for that particular title. Note that the actual published books can be referenced under the publications series or in the ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives library.

Arrangement note

The individually listed book records are arranged in chronological order by the date of publication.

Box Folder

 Book department administration 1955-1968, undated 

50 7

 Game of Fools by James (Barr) Fugate 1954-1959 

Box Folder

  1954-1959   [2 folders]

50 8-9
Box

 Manuscript mock-up 1955 

52
Box Folder

 Homosexuals Today, Marvin Cutler editor 1956, 1963   [3 folders]

50 10-12

 ONE Magazine, bound volumes 1955-1959 

50 13

 Eight Stories and  The Keval by Harry Otis 1958-1959, undated 

50 14

 AE: The Open Persuader by Auctor Ignotus   [2 folders]

50 15-16

 Homophile Studies in Theory and Practice by W. Dorr Legg 1989-1994   [4 folders]

50 17-20

 Subseries 4.3. Publication orders 1953-1994   0.5 linear feet.

Scope and Contents note

The records document publications ordered by and from ONE Inc., 1953-1994. Book service orders document those publications ordered through the Book Service Department. The Advocate orders document a service of ONE Inc., 1975-1980, to distribute back orders of the  Advocate magazine. Although individual orders for serial publications published by ONE Inc. will primarily be found in the correspondence records, corporate book orders of the 1970s and 1980s will be represented here. Orders for books published by ONE Inc. will primarily be found under the book publications subseries.

Note that records of publications ordered by ONE Inc. will include those requested for the library, ONE Institute classes, research, and the general interest of the staff.

Arrangement note

The records are arranged chronologically by the date of the earliest document.

Box Folder

 European magazine orders 1953-1957 

50 21

 Publication orders, institutional 1954-1994   [3 folders]

50 22-24

 Jim Kepner orders 1958-1964 

50 25

 Book service orders 1965-1973   [2 folders]

50 26-27

 Advocate orders 1975-1980   [5 folders]

50 28-32

 Booksellers 1979-1987, undated 

50 33

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Series 5:  Series 5. Education Division records 1907-1994  (Bulk, 1953-1994)   8.5 linear feet.

Scope and Contents note

The records document the activities of the Education Division of ONE Inc., 1907-1994, bulk 1953-1994. The majority of the records center on the ONE Institute of Homophile Studies, 1955-1994, reflecting its dominant role not only in the Education Division, but within ONE Inc. The Midwinter Institute is documented from the first event in 1955 until the final banquet in 1982. Lectures consist of both the records of the Educational Division's lecture series starting in 1956 as well as documentation of ONE Inc. staff's outreach into the community. Extension classes, a prominent element of the education division in the late 1950s and 1960s, are documented in the general files of this series; the satellite offices series; the events, conferences, and committees section of the administrative records series; and in the promotional materials section of the publications series.

Administrative history

On October 15, 1954, the ONE Inc. board voted that there be "a series of forums... dealing with scientific, philosophical, legal, and social questions pertaining to homosexuality." The result was the Midwinter Institute of January 1955, the first of nineteen annual institutes and banquets offered between 1955 and 1982.

The success of the first Midwinter Institute encouraged the newly formed Education Division to develop a curriculum for an academic institution devoted to the specialized study of homosexuality. Initially the graduate program aimed to train homosexuality specialists and counselors, but after a review in 1956 by an Education Planning Committee (W. Dorr Legg, Merritt Thompson, Jim Kepner, and Julian Underwood), it was recommend that the school take a broader approach devoted to the general study of homosexuality and related socio-sexual issues.

The ONE Institute of Homophile Studies opened its doors in October 22, 1956, to staff members of ONE Inc. The sessions focused on surveying the attitudes and positions of biology, history, psychology, sociology, law, religion, literature, and philosophy relative to homosexuality. In 1957 the resulting class, "An Introduction to Homophile Studies," officially opened to all interested students. "The Homophile in History" course was added later that academic year, creating the two fundamental courses of the new academic program.

To expand its reach ONE Institute offered extension courses in Chicago (1963 and 1971), Denver (1959), Long Beach (1971 and 1973), New York (1966), and San Francisco (1957 and 1960). ONE Institute developed a public lecture series in 1956 and offered extension lectures across the country. ONE Institute staff contributed to outside committees, events, classes, and conferences, and offered academic counseling to undergraduate, masters, and doctoral candidate students in over 100 universities.

In 1981 the California State Department of Education officially certified ONE Institute of Homophile Studies as an advanced-degree program. An Academic Council was created to operate the school. Although the accreditation eventually lapsed, ONE Institute continued to offer classes and "degrees" until W. Dorr Legg's death in 1994.

Arrangement note

The records are arranged in the following subseries:

Subseries 5.1. ONE Institute of Homophile Studies, 1907-1994, bulk 1953-1994

Subseries 5.2. Midwinter Institutes and annual banquets, 1954-1982

Subseries 5.3. Lectures, 1954-1993

 Subseries 5.1. ONE Institute of Homophile Studies 1907-1994  (Bulk, 1953-1994)   7.3 linear feet.

Scope and Contents note

The records comprise the correspondence, class materials, textbooks, reference material, student and teacher files, school development files, filings with the state, and operational documentation of the ONE Institute of Homophile Studies, 1907-1994, bulk 1953-1994.

Arrangement note

The records are arranged into the following sections: 1) correspondence, 2) courses, 3) textbooks, 4) reference files, 5) teacher files, 6) student files, 7) development files, 8) California state filings and profiles, and 9) administrative records.

 Correspondence 1953-1993 

Scope and Contents note

The records consist of ONE Institute correspondence including a subset of outside requests for school information, 1953-1993.

Box Folder

 Correspondence 1953-1965   [2 folders]

74 1-2

 Correspondence 1982-1993   [2 folders]

74 3-4

 Requests for school information 1981-1985   [6 folders]

Arrangement note

The records are arranged in alphabetical order.

74 5-10

 Courses 1956-1994 

Scope and Contents note

The records consist of syllabi, schedule of classes, catalogs, mock-ups of class materials, teacher notes, tests, graded papers, reference material, attendance counts, promotional material et al. from ONE Institute courses, 1956-1994.

Arrangement note

The records are arranged chronologically by school calendar year.

Related Archival Materials note

Notes taken by Jim Kepner both as a student and a teacher at ONE Institute can be referenced under the Jim Kepner papers, Coll2011-002, ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives, Los Angeles, California.

Box Folder

 Courses 1956-1982   [30 folders]

74 11-40

 Courses 1982-1994   [15 folders]

75 1-15

 Textbooks and manuals circa 1956-1971 

Scope and Contents note

The records consist of unpublished texts utilized by ONE Institute for educational purposes, circa 1956-1971.

Arrangement note

The records are arranged in alphabetical order.

Box Folder

 After Law Reform... circa 1968 

75 16

 Counseling the Homosexual undated   [4 folders]

75 17-20

 The Hidden Tenth: A Brief History of Homosexuality and the Homophile circa 1956-1960   [2 folders]

75 21-22

 Homosexuality in History circa 1960 

76 1

 Homosexuals in American Society circa 1959-1964   [3 folders]

75 23-25

 Humanism and Sexuality in the Contemporary World 1969 

76 2

 Untitled, counseling manual undated 

1 30

 Untitled, history undated 

76 3

 Untitled, homosexuality survey 1 undated 

76 4

 Untitled, homosexuality survey 2 circa 1961-1962 

76 5

 Untitled undated 

76 6

 Reference files 1907-1993 

Scope and Contents note

The records, 1907-1993, primarily consist of magazine, newspaper, journal, and newsletter clippings used for reference purposes by ONE Institute, 1956-1993. The records also include educator and researcher notes, bibliographic references, manuscripts, reports, research findings, promotional material, educational material from assorted universities, artwork, postcards, photographs, and unidentified texts.

Arrangement note

The records are arranged alphabetically by topic with mixed-topic folders at the end.

Box Folder

 A-H 1907-1993   [24 folders]

Scope and Contents note

Includes reference material on ageism, anthropology, art, biology, China, counseling, drama, elections, and history.

76 7-30

 H-R 1935-1993   [33 folders]

Scope and Contents note

Includes reference material on history, gender, journalism, law, literature, population, philosophy, population, psychology, and religion.

77 1-33

 R-S, mixed-topic 1954-1993   [17 folders]

Scope and Contents note

Includes reference material on religion, research, and sociology. Also includes files of mixed-topic reference material.

78 1-17

 Teacher files 1966-1991 

Scope and Contents note

The records document the educators teaching at ONE Institute, 1966-1991. Most of the files date to the early 1980s when ONE Institute was required by its California State accreditation to maintain documentation regarding operations.

Box Folder

 Applications and resumes 1971-1984 

78 18

 Faculty survey circa 1980s 

78 19

 Individual files 1966-1991   [9 folders]

Arrangement note

The records are arranged in alphabetical order by teacher's name.

78 20-28

 Student files 1957-1994 

Scope and Contents note

The records document the students enrolled at ONE Institute, 1957-1994. Most of the files date to the early 1980s when ONE Institute was required by its California State accreditation to maintain documentation regarding student enrollment.

Access

Access restricted to qualified researchers.

Box Folder

 Diplomas 1982-1986 

78 29

 Enrollment forms 1957-1989 

78 30

 Grades 1981-1984 

78 31

 Multi-student files 1982-1994 

78 32

 Registration applications, Long Beach 1977, undated 

78 33

 Registration book 1981-1985 

78 34

 Individual files 1963-1994   [48 folders]

Arrangement note

The records are arranged in alphabetical order by student name.

79 1-48

 Development files 1957-1992 

Scope and Contents note

The records document the development of ONE Institute and the course materials, 1957-1997.

Box Folder

 Brochure circa 1981-1983 

79 49

 Bylaw and rank policy November 1982 

79 50

 Calendar 1982-1986 

79 51

 Campus proposal 1982 

79 52

 Catalog and bulletin 1981-1984   [3 folders]

79 53-55

 Catalog 1984-1989   [3 folders]

80 1-3

 Curriculum 1961-1983, undated 

80 4

 Schedule of classes 1982 

80 5

 ONE Institute 1956-1959 

80 6

 ONE Institute, reference 1957-1992   [6 folders]

Scope and Contents note

Reference material collected for use in the development of ONE Institute.

80 7-12

 California State filings and profiles 1981-1989, undated 

Scope and Contents note

The records consist of the accreditation filings with the state California as well as the profiles created for those purposes, reference material for filling out the forms, and student tuition recovery filings, 1981-1989, undated.

Box Folder

 California State filings and profiles 1981-1991, undated   [9 folders]

Arrangement note

The records are arranged in chronological order.

80 15-23

 Reference pre-1981 

80 24

 Student Tuition Recovery Fund reports 1982-1985 

80 25

 Profiles circa 1981-1989   [6 folders]

Scope and Contents note

The first two folders date to filings from 1981 and 1982, while the remaining four profile folders generally date from the 1980s.

80 26-31

 Administrative records 1954-1994 

Scope and Contents note

The records document the operations of ONE Institute, 1956-1994. Note that files regarding the development of ONE Institute or its filings with the state can be found in the previous two sections.

Box Folder

 Administrative records circa 1980-1994   [7 folders]

Arrangement note

The records are arranged in chronological order.

80 32-38

 Admissions and standards circa 1980s 

80 39

 Attendance records 1956-1966 

80 40

 Board, faculty, and committee members circa 1980s 

80 41

 Catalogs and brochures 1965-1994 

81 1

 Diplomas, blank   [oversized]

95 1

 Dissertation reference undated 

81 2

 Extension classes 1957-1963 

81 3

 Financial records 1972-1983, undated 

81 4

 Forms undated 

81 5

 Information in ONE publications 1956-1964 

81 6

 Multi-year summaries 1954-1982 

81 7

 Structure and roles circa 1980s 

81 8

 Subseries 5.2. Midwinter Institutes and annual banquets 1954-1982, undated   0.7 linear feet.

Scope and Contents note

The records consist primarily of promotional material, correspondence, administrative documents, and notes regarding the administration and promotion of the Midwinter Institutes, 1955-1963, 1966, 1969-1970, 1972, 1978, 1980. The records also document the annual banquets held in lieu of Midwinter Institutes, 1973, 1977, and 1982.

Biographical/Historical note

Of particular note among the banquets was the ONE thirty year celebration with featured guests Lisa Ben, Martin Block, Kennith Burns, Harold Call, Dell Martin, Phyllis Lyon, Christopher Isherwood, and Reed Erickson among others.

Arrangement note

The records are arranged chronologically by year.

Box Folder

 Midwinter Institutes and annual banquets 1954-1982, undated   [23 folders]

81 9-31

 Subseries 5.3. Lectures 1954-1993   0.5 linear feet.

Scope and Contents note

The records document the public lecture series as well as the talks given at outside panels, conferences, events, and classrooms, 1954-1993. The lectures 1966-1968 folder document the classes of the Friday Night Project Group as well as a time capsule of materials the project group sent out for future discovery.

Arrangement note

The records are arranged chronologically with the Arcadie lecture and lecture directories listed at the end.

Box Folder

 Lectures 1954-1970   [4 folders]

81 32-35

 Lectures 1970-1993, undated   [3 folders]

82 1-3

 Arcadie undated 

82 4

 Directories and sources undated 

82 5

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Series 6:  Series 6. Library Division records 1955-1994   3.0 linear feet.

Scope and Contents note

The records consist of the administrative files, cataloging manuals, project files, catalogs, and samples of submitted materials of the Baker Memorial Library at ONE Inc., 1955-1994. The administrative records document the development, operations, official reports, and policies of the library. The catalog, cataloging manuals, and projects records document the various catalogs maintained by the library over the years as well as the policies and activities that developed and maintained them. The samples of submitted materials document the materials submitted to and maintained by the library in addition to books, newsletters, and periodicals.

Because improvements in library operations often occurred in tandem with work conducted with the annotated bibliography project, the Annotated Bibliography of Homosexuality section of the Research Division records may provide additional information on the library. The funding of library staff in 1983 can be referenced under the Institute for the Study of Human Resources series. Gifts to the library are documented both in the accession files under catalogs as well as in the administrative records series under gifts.

Administrative history

In November 1953 ONE Inc. opened a small research library to the public at 232 South Hill Street. Although supplemented by important contributions from many supporters, the library was largely founded on two major donations of works: The Hamel Collection (mid-1950s) and the Whiteface Collection (1957). The library expanded in 1959 when an additional room was added to the office, allowing it to accept its third major contribution, the Kepner Collection.

In 1958 the first shelf list was created; in 1960 the first circulation rules; and in 1961 subject headings and procedures for making catalog cards. In 1965 the library was officially named after Blanche M. Baker, M.D., Ph.D. and through 1994 was known as the Baker Memorial Library.

In 1965 a breakaway group of ONE Inc. staff led by Don Slater relocated library materials from the ONE Inc. Venice Boulevard office. Although it is unknown how many of these materials were returned (many are now located at the California State University, Northridge, Oviatt Library Special Collections and Archives), the library continued to grow and still grows today at the ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives. A 1982 brief from the ONE thirty year celebration program provided the following synopsis of materials: "biographies relevant to the field; novels, plays, poetry and criticism; scientific works pertaining to homosexuality; anthropology, sociology, history, psychology having some relevance to the field; encyclopedias; language dictionaries; etc." The library also included the Daisy Borden Harriman Archives which consisted of "several thousand periodicals, legal briefs, documents, slides, tapes, movies and primary documents..."

The first listed report of the library in 1957 puts it under the auspices of the Research Division. In the 1958 annual report it is listed under the Education Division and in the 1960 report under the Social Service Division. In 1961 it is listed as an independent department and remains so identified until 1969 when it is listed as a division. Although the annual library reports put the libraries of satellite offices under the division's supervision, the library division was primarily responsible for its own Baker Memorial Library. By the early 1980s, by which time the divisional structure of ONE Inc. had long ceased, the library was listed in organizational structures either as an independent department of ONE Inc. or as a department of ONE Institute.

Note that the name Leslie Colfax was a pseudonym used by various people across the 1950s and 1960s in the capacity of librarian and does not necessarily refer to any one individual.

Arrangement note

The records are arranged into four sections: 1) administrative records, 2) cataloging manuals and projects, 3) catalogs, and 4) samples of submitted manuscripts and other material.

 Administrative records 1955-1994 

Arrangement note

The records are arranged in alphabetical order.

Box Folder

 Administrative records circa 1970-1994   [3 folders]

Arrangement note

The records are arranged in chronologically by decade.

82 6-8

 Baker Foundation 1962-1965 

42 40

 Circulation 1967-1984 

82 9

 Creation and development history 1961-1986 

82 10

 Daily logs of services and monthly reports 1983 

82 11

 Development, reference 1960-1989, undated   [2 folders]

82 12-13

 Directories and surveys (by external sources) 1970-1984 

82 14

 Employment and volunteers 1983-1988, undated 

82 15

 Information for the public 1960-1988, undated 

82 16

 Library of Congress card bills 1955-1964 

82 17

 Policy and mission statements undated 

82 18

 Reports 1959-1989 

82 19

 Cataloging manuals and projects 1979-1994 

Arrangement note

The records are arranged in chronological order.

Box Folder

 Classification schemes 1979-1988 

82 20

 Cataloging rules 1985, undated 

82 21

 Cataloging manual, classification scheme, and thesaurus by Dee Michel January 18, 1987 

82 22

 Cataloging manual, classification scheme, and thesaurus by Dee Michel, edited by Patrick Blickenstaff January 18, 1987 

82 41

 Cataloging project 1987-1988 

82 23

 Cataloging data entry manual September 1994 

82 24

 Catalogs and microfilms 1969-1993, undated 

Scope and Contents note

The records consist of catalogs, catalog cards, accession records, bibliographic lists, and microfilms maintained by the library, 1969-1993, undated.

Arrangement note

The records are arranged in alphabetical order.

Box Folder

 Accession list undated 

82 25

 Accession register 1984-1987 

82 26

 Audiovisual catalog 1969, 1986 

82 27

 Bibliographic lists undated 

82 28

 Card catalog and microfilm undated 

Scope and Contents note

The card catalog consists of bibliographic titles with some mention of homosexuality. The three microfilms are part of a series on Renaissance society in America. The catalog and microfilms seem to have come from the School of Theology at Claremont College.

Arrangement note

The cards are arranged in alphabetical order with some unattributed cards before and after the alphabetical run.

Box

 A-I catalog undated 

83

 J-S catalog undated 

84

 T-Z catalog undated 

85

 Renaissance Society of America: Biographical and Bibliographical Dictionary of the Italian Humanists and of the World of Classical Scholarship in Italy, 1300-1800 undated   [three microfilms]

86
Box

 Card catalog, accession records 

Scope and Contents note

The records seem to consist of accession records of books and other print material donated to the library. Those materials with 4-digit stamps signify a donated item. Other cards without the stamp may still have been accession records, but also may have been proof sheets of bibliographic records for the library or the Annotated Bibliography of Homosexuality project.

Arrangement note

The records have not been arranged, but do maintain remnants of an original alphabetical order.

86

 Card catalog, operational 

Scope and Contents note

The records consist of bibliographic card catalogs of titles in process at the library. The cards are segregated into the following categories: to be searched, on order, received, not found in OCLC, in FLP, unfilled, and returned.

85
Box Folder

 Catalog 1988 

82 29

 Catalog May 1993   [2 folders]

82 30-31

 Catalog, by author undated 

82 32

 Catalog, by location undated 

82 33

 Catalog, by subject undated 

82 34

 Samples of submitted manuscripts and other material 1963-1987, undated 

Box Folder

 Sample of submitted materials 1976-1987, undated 

82 35

 Henry Gerber translation of Magnus Hirschfeld 1963 

82 36

 The United States Navy and the Jelly Bean War 1971 

82 37

 Mario of Rome 1971 

Access

Access restricted to qualified researchers.

82 38

 The Great Long Beach Sex Scandal of 1914 undated 

82 39

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Series 7:  Series 7. Research Division records 1957-1993  (Bulk, 1957-1982)   1.8 linear feet.

Scope and Contents note

The records document the independent research projects of ONE Inc., the cooperative endeavors with university and research teams, and outside research requests and proposals, 1957-1993, bulk 1957-1982. The records consist of grant applications, research data, reference materials, statistics and analyses, report drafts, final reports, and correspondence.

ONE Inc. sponsored research projects include: "A Study of the Civil Rights Status of Homosexuals under Existing Laws of Several States," 1957; "A Study of 388 North American Homosexual Males," 1969, "A Manual for Peer Counseling of Homosexuals," 1972, and An Annotated Bibliography of Homosexuality, 1976. All but the peer counseling manual are documented in this series, although an undated draft of "Counseling the Homosexual" is listed in the textbooks section of the Education Division records series.

Although "A Study of 388 North American Homosexual Males" emerged from research conducted for the 1961 Midwinter Institute, was largely processed through work done in ONE Institute courses, and received funding from the Institute for the Study of Human Resources, the study is identified in ONE Inc. literature as a research project and has been classified as such. Similarly although An Annotated Bibliography of Homosexuality developed in conjunction with improvements in library operations, was assisted by work conducted in ONE Institute courses, and received funding from the Institute for the Study of Human Resources, it also is identified in ONE Inc. literature as a research project.

Administrative history

The Research Division of ONE Inc. was founded in the mid-1950s on the articles of incorporation credo to "stimulate, sponsor, aid, supervise and conduct research." Although an update to the annotated bibliography was undertaken in the early 1980s, the work of the Research Division as an independent entity of ONE Inc. essentially ended with the publication of An Annotated Bibliography of Homosexuality in 1976. Nonetheless outside research proposals kept coming into ONE Inc. through 1993.

Arrangement note

The two major projects of the Research Division, "A Study of 388 North American Homosexual Males" and An Annotated Bibliography of Homosexuality, are listed first. Other research projects and research requests are arranged in chronological order at the end.

 "A Study of 388 North American Homosexual Males" 1960-1971 

Scope and Contents note

The records document the responses, method, statistics, analyses, and reports of "A Study of 388 North American Homosexual Males," 1960-1971.

Biographical/Historical note

The survey began as an ONE Institute of Homophile Studies collaborative project (see course HS-261 in the 1960-1961 school year file) to create a "homosexual bill of rights" for the 1961 Midwinter Institute. However a rift between the Daughters of Bilitis and ONE Inc. over the survey resulted in it primarily being filled out by males. The rift also led to a boycott of that year's Midwinter Institute, creating a strain not only between the Daughters of Bilitis and ONE Inc., but between male and female activists for years to come.

The Institute for the Study of Human Resources funded Julian Underwood as a research assistant in 1964. Under his direction, students from ONE Institute courses were utilized to crunch the statistics. The resulting analyses and reports, 1966-1971, were largely products of Julian Underwood's work.

Arrangement note

The records are arranged into chronological stages of the research: 1) responses 1960-1961; 2) method, 1961-1964, undated; 3) statistics, circa 1964-1967; 4) analyses, 1966-1968; and 5) reports, papers, and articles, 1968-1971.

 Responses 1960-1961 

Box Folder

 Questionnaire responses 1-419 1960-1961   [4 folders]

General note

Only 388 of the questionnaires were used for the final report.

89 2-5

 Correspondence responses 1960-1961 

89 6

 Questionnaire responses, duplicates 1960-1961 

89 7

 Method 1961-1964, undated 

Box Folder

 Questionnaire coding 1961-1964, undated 

89 8

 Research process undated 

Scope and Contents note

Includes information regarding questionnaire completion, census, statistical method, and Kinsey process, et al.

89 9

 Basic tabulations undated 

89 10

 Statistics circa 1964-1967 

Box Folder

 Age undated 

89 11

 Arrests, convictions, beatings, blackmail, etc. undated 

89 12

 Career, alcohol, and psychiatry undated 

89 13

 Gender and sex role preference undated 

89 14

 Marriage undated 

89 15

 Pen pal and physique photo undated 

89 16

 Sex frequency undated 

89 17

 Unattributed notes and statistics undated 

89 18

 Analyses 1966-1968, undated 

Box Folder

 Coded statistical processing undated 

89 19

 Preliminary analysis 1966 

89 20

 Quotations and case profiles circa 1966 

89 21

 Research, class notes, and administration 1967 

89 22

 Correspondence and administration 1968 

89 23

 Reports, papers, and articles 1968-1971 

Box Folder

 Report draft circa 1968 

89 24

 Report 1968 

89 25

 Presentation paper February 1, 1969 

89 26

 Preliminary report 1969 

89 27

 Expanded paper, section II, edited draft May 1969 

89 28

 Expanded paper, section 2, edited draft undated 

89 29

 Report/paper draft and notes 1969, undated 

89 30

 ONE Institute Quarterly article on project (issue 22) 1970 

89 31

 Project article undated 

89 32

 Conclusions on the ONE survey 1971 

89 33

 Expanded publication preparation 1971, undated 

89 34

 An Annotated Bibliography of Homosexuality 1966-1982 

Scope and Contents note

The records consist of the grant applications, correspondence, reference material, drafts, reports, and book reviews behind the two versions and unfinished update of An Annotated Bibliography of Homosexuality, 1966-1982.

Biographical/Historical note

The bibliography project began with the hiring of Julian Underwood as a research assistant under funding from the Institute for the Study of Human Resources (ISHR) in 1964. In 1967 Julian Underwood and W. Dorr Legg produced a 14-page annotated bibliography compiled mostly from in-house library materials. ISHR funded an extended two-volume reprint authored by Vern Bullough, Dorr Legg, Jim Kepner, and Barrett Elcano that provided bibliographic references from around the world. An update to the annotated bibliography to be called The Comprehensive Bibliography was engaged in the early 1980s, but the project was never completed. For more information see the Comprehensive Bibliography of Homosexuality Work Papers, Coll2008-007, at the ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives, Los Angeles, California.

Arrangement note

The records are arranged chronologically by the date of the earliest document.

Box Folder

 Bibliographic reference material 1956-1981, undated   [5 folders]

Scope and Contents note

Includes French, Canadian, and German reference material.

45 7-11

 Bibliographic reference material 1984 

1 31

 Correspondence, notes, and administration 1966-1982, undated   [6 folders]

45 12-17

 Institute for the Study of Human Resources project report September 1967 

45 18

 "An Annotated Bibliography of Homosexuality" 1967   [14-page report]

45 19

 Subject index headings 1974, undated 

45 20

 Grant application and funding 1974-1976, 1981 

45 21

 Production files and drafts 1976-1982, undated 

Box Folder

 Cutouts of bibliographic references undated 

45 24

 Editorial draft undated   [2 folders]

1 32-33

 Front matter and indices 1976 

45 22

 Mosher Periodical Index mockups 1977-1982 

45 23

 Narrative drafts undated 

45 25

 Reference cards and notes undated 

45 26

 Rough draft undated 

1 34

 Sample of A, L, and M sections undated 

45 27

 Serial numbers undated 

45 28
Box Folder

 Book reviews 1976-1979 

45 29

 Bibliographic manual of style 1980, undated 

45 30

 Other research projects 1957-1993 

Box Folder

 "A Study of the Civil Rights Status of Homosexuals under Existing Laws of Several States" 1957 

89 1

 Research projects 1964-1993, undated 

89 35-36

 Research projects, Peter Bentler 1967-1972 

89 37

 Research requests, correspondence 1968-1970   [3 folders]

89 38-40

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Series 8:  Series 8. Social Service Division records 1953-1971   0.8 linear feet.

Scope and Contents note

The records primarily consist of financial, occupational, legal, investigative, and other requests for assistance and advice from the Social Service Division of ONE Inc., 1953-1971. The correspondence includes responses from ONE Inc. staff, outreach to religious organizations, and praise for ONE's endeavors. The administrative records include a hotline counselor manual, tallies of those assisted, notes and case forms, a summary of work performed in the division, and discussions about the creation of a Walt Whitman Guidance Center.

Administrative history

The social service activities of ONE Inc. as stated in the articles of incorporation aimed "to promote the integration into society of persons whose behavior varies from current moral and social standards." Besides providing assistance and advice through correspondence, when ONE Inc. opened its office at 232 South Hill Street in November 1953, the staff also offered face-to-face peer counseling. ONE Inc. offered assistance for "personal, employment, legal, family, housing, and other problems" (ONE thirty year celebration program). By the late 1970s the Social Service Division had largely ceased as an entity of ONE Inc.

Box Folder

 Administrative records 1954-1963 

90 1

 Correspondence 1953-1971   [16 folders]

Arrangement note

The records are arranged chronologically by year.

90 2-17

 Correspondence, religious outreach 1955-1964 

90 18

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Series 9:  Series 9. ONE World Travel Club records 1961-1984   0.5 linear feet.

Scope and Contents note

The records consist of promotional materials, tour information, and correspondence of the participants and administrators of the ONE World Travel Club of ONE Inc., 1961-1984.

Administrative history

The travel service of ONE Inc. conducted educational tours to Europe, Africa, South America, and Asia. Although the function of providing educational travel tours to the gay and lesbian community continued unchanged from the first scheduled tour in 1961 to the last in 1984, the service was never identified as an independent division of ONE Inc. Initially slated as a function of the Social Services division, 1964-1965, the travel service was moved under the auspices of the Friends of ONE in 1966 and given the name ONE Overseas. In 1967 it was renamed ONE’s Tour Program, and after skipping a year in 1969, renamed again as ONE Tours. In 1975 the travel service was retitled the ONE World Travel Club which remained until its last tour in 1984.

The first planned tour in 1961 was cancelled due to a dispute with Continental Travel (see ONE, Inc. vs. Continental Travel under the administrative records series). The first successful tour was not until 1964 and comprised a three-week European excursion put together by Chet Sampson. Often the tours met up with internationally-based gay-activist organizations as well as activist organizations in departure and arrival cities in the United States. In 1972 Pat Rocco filmed ONE Adventure, a ONE tour documentary that played across the United States and Europe. That same year, Troy Perry accompanied the tour to develop interest in the establishment of Metropolitan Community Church congregations in Europe.

Arrangement note

The records are arranged chronologically by year with a general tour folder at the end.

Box Folder

 ONE World Travel Club 1961-1984   [22 folders]

87 1-22
Item

 Sign for Egypt and Isreal trip undated   [40x15 inches, Fome-Cor]

1

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Series 10:  Series 10. Institute for the Study of Human Resources records 1952-2001  (Bulk, 1964-1997)   1.5 linear feet.

Scope and Contents note

The records consist of administrative documents, grant files, correspondence and notes, and other general files of the Institute for the Study of Human Resources (ISHR), 1952-2001, bulk 1964-1997. Because ISHR did not change its operational focus after 1994 and because the materials were collocated into bound sets, the historical compilation records have been included as found to 2001. The other records of this series were compiled by various supporters of ONE Inc. and do not extend beyond ONE Inc.'s corporate transformation in 1994.

Administrative history

The articles of incorporation for ISHR in 1964 proclaim as its mission the endeavor to "promote, assist, encourage and foster scientific research, study and investigation of male and female homosexuality and various other types of human behavior; to advance education, educational facilities and the training of persons for the aid and betterment of persons having behavioral patterns which may result in social disorientation..." Although ISHR acted in all these capacities, its functional purpose was as a 509(a) non-profit affiliate of ONE Inc. that allowed tax-deductible funding, notably from millionaire Reed Erickson, for ONE Inc. projects and activities.

The initial board of directors were Reed Erickson, President; Robert G. Winn, Vice President; and W. Dorr Legg, Secretary-Treasurer.

Arrangement note

The records are arranged into five sections: 1) historical compilation, 2) administrative records, 3) grants, 4) correspondence and notes, and 5) general files.

 Historical compilation 1952-2001  (Bulk, 1964-1997)

Scope and Contents note

The records consist of previously bound sets of copied documentation intended to encapsulate the core activities of the Institute for the Study of Human Resources, 1952-2001, bulk 1964-1997. Duplication should be expected with the rest of the series.

Box Folder

 Administrative records 1964-1997 

87 23

 Annual reports 1952-1972   [2 folders]

87 24-25

 History 1964-2001   [3 folders]

87 26-28

 Minutes 1964-1997   [6 folders]

Scope and Contents note

Includes merger documents from 1995.

87 29-34

 Christopher Street West grant proposal September 1, 1989 

88 1

 Administrative records 1964-1993 

Scope and Contents note

The records comprise the reports, development, conferences, meetings, and other administrative activities of the Institute for the Study of Human Resources, 1964-1993.

Arrangement note

The records are listed in chronological order.

Box Folder

 Annual Reports, covering years 1964-1972   [9 folders]

88 2-10

 Articles of incorporation 1965, undated 

88 11

 Meetings 1968-1993 

88 12

 Forum on Variant Sex Behavior 1974 

88 13

 Sex, Role, and Gender Seminar 1975   [3 folders]

88 14-16

 Employment files 1975-1984 

88 17

 Surplus property program 1983 

88 18

 Letterhead and forms undated 

88 19

 Grants circa 1970-1991 

Scope and Contents note

The records consist of grant requests by and to the Institute for the Study of Human Resources, 1970-1991.

Arrangement note

The records are listed in chronological order by the date of the earliest document.

Box Folder

 General grants 1970s-1990s   [2 folders]

88 20-21

 Foundation Project at California State Long Beach 1970-1973 

88 22

 Kirby Foundation 1973-1987 

88 23

 ONE Institute campus proposal 1982 

88 24

 Just Business 1983-1984 

88 25

 Vernon Mitchell Fund 1987-1991 

88 26

 Chicago Resource Center 1988 

88 27

 Christopher Street West 1988-1990 

88 28

 Correspondence and notes 1969-1977 

Scope and Contents note

The records consist of requests for information, orders for the pamphlet "Homosexuality: 25 Questions and Answers," contact information, and notes, 1969-1977.

Box Folder

 Requests for information 1971-1975   [5 folders]

88 29-33

 "Homosexuality: 25 Questions and Answers" 1969-1977   [2 folders]

88 34-35

 Contacts and notes 1971-1975 

88 36

 General files 1968-1994, undated 

Scope and Contents note

The general files contain the administrative records, grant files, correspondence, and promotional material, 1968-1994, undated. Duplication should be expected with other sections of this series.

Arrangement note

The records have been collocated from assorted boxes and arranged by the only observable order that chronologically similar materials were often found together.

Box Folder

 General files 1968-1994, undated   [11 folders]

88 37-47

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Series 11:  Series 11. Satellite offices records 1963-1996   1.2 linear feet.

Scope and Contents note

The records consist of the ONE Inc. administrative documents, correspondence, and promotional materials of its various satellite offices in Chicago, Detroit, Long Beach, Phoenix, and New York, 1963-1996. Administration and correspondence materials include board of directors’ letters, meeting attendance lists, travel records, financial records, membership applications, contact lists, operational reports, and the articles of confederation for ONE in Long Beach. Promotional materials include event and project announcements, newsletters with meeting minutes, membership and annual banquet reminders, calendars and chronologies of events, business cards, Friends of ONE meeting announcements and cancelations, and lecture series announcements.

Administrative history

Friends of ONE (non-voting members) conducted regular meetings of the Council of Friends of ONE in various cities throughout the United States. These councils were authorized activities of ONE Inc. designed to meet the regional interests of ONE's Members and to undertake projects for the benefit of ONE Inc. as a whole. Councils of the Friends of ONE were organized in Chicago in 1965, Detroit in 1965, Long Beach in 1977, New York in 1966, and Phoenix in 1969. While the first satellite offices were created under the auspices of the Social Service Division, ONE in Long Beach was constituted as a self-governing entity that largely functioned independently from ONE Inc. in Los Angeles.

Arrangement note

These records are arranged alphabetically by city: 1) ONE in Chicago, 2) ONE in Detroit, 3) ONE in Long Beach, 4) ONE in Phoenix, and 5) ONE in New York.

 ONE in Chicago 1963-1982 

Box Folder

 Administration and correspondence 1963-1982   [2 folders]

90 19-20

 Promotional material 1965-1981   [2 folders]

90 21-22

 ONE in Detroit 1965-1976 

Box Folder

 Administration and correspondence 1965-1975   [3 folders]

91 1-3

 Promotional material 1968-1976   [2 folders]

91 4-5

 ONE in Long Beach 1964-1996 

Box Folder

 Administration and correspondence 1964-1982   [2 folders]

91 6-7

 Promotional material 1971-1996   [2 folders]

91 8-9

 ONE in Phoenix 1969-1970 

Box Folder

 Administration and correspondence 1969-1970 

91 10

 Promotional material 1969-1970 

91 11

 ONE in New York 1964-1985 

Box Folder

 Administration and correspondence 1964-1985 

91 12

 Promotional material 1965-1985 

91 13

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Series 12:  Series 12. Audiovisual materials 1952-1998   4.0 linear feet.

Scope and Contents note

The series consists of photographs, audiotapes, and videotapes documenting ONE Incorporated people, lectures, meetings, interviews, events, outreach efforts, properties, and history, 1952-1998.

Arrangement note

The records are arranged in the following subseries:

Series 12.1. Photographs, 1952-1990, undated

Series 12.2. Audiotapes and videotapes (cataloged), 1972-1998

Series 12.3. Open reel audiotapes (uncataloged), 1961-1981, undated

 Subseries 12.1. Photographs 1952-1990, undated   3.0 linear feet.

Scope and Contents note

The photographs consist of black-and-white and color prints, slides, negatives, and contact prints documenting the people, events, outreach efforts, and properties of ONE Inc., 1952-1990, undated. The photographs document the offices at Venice Blvd. and the Milbank Mansion, Midwinter Institutes and banquets, lectures and panels hosted by ONE Inc., ONE World Travel Club tours, various social events, reference material used for ONE Institute classes, samples of ONE Magazine covers, and the memorial service for W. Dorr Legg. The photographs include pictures of W. Dorr Legg, Evelyn Hooker, Jim Kepner, Troy Perry, Antony Grey, Christopher Isherwood, and Harry Otis among others.

Arrangement note

The photographs have been arranged into three sections: 1) photographs, 1952-1990; 2) people, events, and property, undated; and 3) ONE Institute of Homophile Studies, ONE Magazine, and ONE World Travel Club, 1957-1978, undated.

Processing Information

Note: photographs identified to the same roll of film have been kept together.

Box

 Photographs dated 1954-1990 

Scope and Contents note

Comprises 10 35mm color slides and 7 black-and-white photograph prints from the 1950s; 5 color and 91 black-and-white photographic prints, 12 negative strips, and 15 large negatives from the 1960s; 61 black-and-white and 49 color photographic prints, 16 negative strips, 14 color 35mm slides, and 3 photocopies from the 1970s; 59 black-and-white and 36 color photographic prints, 43 color 35mm slides, 15 negative strips, 7 photocopies, and 1 contact sheet from the 1980s; and 11 color photographic prints from 1990. The photographic prints vary in size from 8"x10" to 3"x2.5".

Arrangement note

The photographs are arranged chronologically.

92

 People, events, and property undated 

Scope and Contents note

The people and events section comprises 88 color and 72 black-and-white photographic prints, 16 color 35mm slides, 14 negative strips, 2 contact sheets, and 1 photocopy of undated images of ONE Incorporated people and events. The property section comprises 124 color and 27 black-and-white photographic prints as well as 15 negative strips of undated images of ONE Incorporated offices.

Arrangement note

The photographs are arranged into two sets of subjects: 1) People and events and 2) property.

93

 ONE Institute of Homophile Studies, ONE Magazine, ONE World Travel Club, and W. Dorr Legg's memorial service 1957-1994, undated 

Scope and Contents note

The ONE Institute of Homophile Studies section comprises 48 black-and-white photographic prints used for educational purposes by the school. The ONE Magazine covers section comprises 29 black and white photographic prints used for three magazine covers in 1964 as well as 4 black-and-white photographic prints and 6 large negatives used for the June 1958 cover. The  ONE Magazine photographs section comprises a sample of 11 35mm color slides of covers from 1957-1972. The ONE World Travel Club section comprises 42 color and 9 black-and-white photographic prints, 20 color 33mm slides, and 2 postcards documenting the travels of ONE World Travel Club participants, 1966-1978. The Dorr Legg memorial service section comprises 51 color photographic prints and 14 negative strips documenting Legg's memorial service in 1994.

Arrangement note

The photographs are arranged in five sections: 1) ONE Institute of Homophile Studies, 2) ONE Magazine covers, 3)  ONE Magazine photographs, 4) ONE World Travel Club, and 5) Dorr Legg memorial service.

94

 Subseries 12.2. Audiotapes and videotapes 1972-1998 

Scope and Contents note

The subseries consists of cataloged audiotapes and videotapes of ONE Incorporated lectures, interviews, meetings, events, or talks, or of those audiovisual materials whose content is generally about ONE Incorporated, its property, or its staff, 1972-1998. These audiovisual items are not physically held in this collection, but are located and cataloged with similar type materials. Titles, dates, descriptions, and call numbers are listed exactly as listed in the audiovisual database.

Arrangement note

The items are listed in alphabetical order.

Item

 28th Anniversary - Morning Session January 26, 1980   audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

ONE Program (?) #242 (?)

AC1428

 ACT-UP at ONE Institute May 6, 1990   video VHS

vv0833

 ACT-UP at ONE Institute May 6, 1990   video DVD master

VDD0039

 Abdul - Milbank undated   video VHS

VVA0458

 Androgyny undated   audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

ONE Program (?) #216 (?)

AC1422

 Bernie Prock May 5, 1974   audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

ONE Program (?) #192 Tape 1 (of 2)

AC1413

 Bernie Prock May 5, 1974   audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

ONE Program (?) #192 Tape 2 (of 2)

AC1414

 David Cameron talk at One, Inc. undated   audio cassette

AC0072

 David G. Cameron at ONE Institute November 1, 1987   video VHS

vv0486

 David G. Cameron at ONE Institute November 1, 1987   video DVD master

VDD0036

 DIGNITY Program undated   audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

ONE Program (?) #179

AC1402

 Discussion November 4, 1973   audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

ONE Program (?) #184, Tape 1 (of 2)

AC1404

 Discussion November 4, 1973   audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

ONE Program (?) #184, Tape 2 (of 2)

AC1405

 Discussion of California Laws undated   audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

ONE Program (?) #180, Jim Kepner moderator

AC1431

 Dorr Legg memorial service, ONE Institute August 28, 1994   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

Possibly transfer of Hi8 cataloged as "Vid/Potvin013". See Dorr Legg file for "Remembering Dorr" by Harry Hay.

VV0366/a

 Dorr Legg memorial service, ONE Institute August 28, 1994   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

Possibly transfer of Hi8 cataloged as "Vid/Potvin013". See Dorr Legg file for "Remembering Dorr" by Harry Hay.

VV0366/b

 Dorr Legg memorial service, ONE Institute August 28, 1994   video Hi8

Scope and Contents note

Possibly original of VHS cataloged as VV0366.

Vid/Potvin013

 Dr David Mitchell May 7, 1972   audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

ONE Program (?) #174

AC1397

 Dr David Mitchell May 7, 1972   audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

ONE Program (?) #174

AC1398

 Dr. Evelyn Hooker at ONE Institute December 4, 1983   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

ONE Institute Lecture Series (#278), December 4, 1983; Dr. Hooker discusses homosexuality in the 1950s.

vv0461

 Dr. Evelyn Hooker at ONE Institute December 4, 1983   video DVD master

Scope and Contents note

ONE Institute Lecture Series (#278), December 4, 1983; Dr. Hooker discusses homosexuality in the 1950s.

VDD0027

 Dr. Evelyn Hooker at ONE Institute December 4, 1983   video DVD reference

Scope and Contents note

ONE Institute Lecture Series (#278), December 4, 1983; Dr. Hooker discusses homosexuality in the 1950s.

VDD0122

 Dr. Evelyn Hooker Sample Reel undated   video VHS

VV0661

 Dr. Gene Touchet May 13, 1984   video VHS

VV2263

 Dr. Gene Touchet at ONE Institute December 3, 1989   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

ONE Institute Lecture Series, December 3, 1989; readings by former Dean of Graduate Studies at ONE Institute

vv0830

 Dr. Gene Touchet/Milbank December 7, 1986   video VHS

VV2264

 Eason Monroe undated   audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

ONE Program (?) #175

AC1399

 Family Estate Planning undated   audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

ONE Program (?) #221, Al Gordon

AC1425

 Fred Frisbie at ONE Institute 1987   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

ONE Institute Lecture Series, March 1, 1987; served as ONE's president for 2 years in the early '60s, artist and illustrator for ONE Magazine

vv0844

 Fred Halsted undated   audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

ONE Program (?) #205

AC1419

 Gay and Lesbian News Magazine January 5, 1998   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

Title on label

VV1739

 Gay and The Law 1973 - Lecture April 1, 1973   audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

ONE Program (?) #180

AC1403

 Gay Couples and the Laws undated   audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

ONE Program (?) #190, Al Gordon

AC1410

 Gay Love and The Bible undated   audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

ONE Program (?) #191 Tape 1 (of 2)

AC1411

 Gay Love and The Bible undated   audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

ONE Program (?) #191 Tape 2 (of 2)

AC1412

 George Nara Lecture June 1, 1975   audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

ONE Program (?) #200 Tape 1 (of 2)

AC1417

 George Nara Lecture June 1, 1975   audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

ONE Program (?) #200 Tape 2 (of 2)

AC1418

 Gerald J. Levie undated   audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

ONE Program (?) #196 Tape 1 (of 2)

AC1415

 Gerald J. Levie undated   audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

ONE Program (?) #196 Tape 2 (of 2)

AC1416

 Glascock interview ; ONE, Inc. Trustees Meeting. undated   audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

Side A. Jim Kepner interviews Glascock, who was appointed by Supervisor Edelman to be relations liaison to LAPD and L.A. County Sheriff's Dept. Among topics duscussed is the notion of hiring homosexuals into the police dept. -- Side B. Trustees Meeting of ONE, Inc. It is the first meeting following the 1-16-75 meeting. Reading of minutes of 1-16-75 meeting and discussion of fundraising, etc.

AC0695

 Harry Otis January 6, 1974   audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

ONE Program (?) #188 Tape 1 (of 2)

AC1408

 Harry Otis January 6, 1974   audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

ONE Program (?) #188 Tape 2 (of 2)

AC1409

 Harry Otis, ONE Institute Lecture March 7, 1982   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

ONE Institute Lecture Series (#266), March 7, 1982; Otis dicusses his life

vv0454

 Harry Otis, ONE Institute Lecture March 7, 1982   video DVD master

Scope and Contents note

ONE Institute Lecture Series (#266), March 7, 1982; Otis dicusses his life

VDD0023

 Harry Otis, ONE Institute Lecture March 7, 1982   video DVD reference

Scope and Contents note

ONE Institute Lecture Series (#266), March 7, 1982; Otis dicusses his life

VDD0120

 Homophile Studies at ONE Institute November 6, 1988   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

ONE Institute Lecture Series, November 6, 1988; Homophile Studies panel with Cameron, Legg and graduate students attending ONE.

vv0478

 Homophile Studies at ONE Institute November 6, 1988   video DVD master

Scope and Contents note

ONE Institute Lecture Series, November 6, 1988; Homophile Studies panel with Cameron, Legg and graduate students attending ONE.

VDD0033

 Homophile Studies at ONE Institute November 6, 1988   video DVD reference

Scope and Contents note

ONE Institute Lecture Series, November 6, 1988; Homophile Studies panel with Cameron, Legg and graduate students attending ONE.

VDD0125

 Homosexual Heroes undated   audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

ONE Program (?) #211, Lonny Cotchran [sic]

AC1421

 Homosexuality in Indonesia - Walter Williams Ph.D December 4, 1988   video VHS

VV2429

 Homosexuals are "Sick" Again January 6, 1980   audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

ONE Program (?) #241, Vern Bullough

AC1427

 IMRU 1976   audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

W. Dorr Legg (founder and finding directors of One Inc).

AC0271

 Jim Kepner December 2, 1973   audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

ONE Program (?) #187

AC1406

 Jim Kepner December 2, 1973   audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

ONE Program (?) #187

AC1407

 Jim Kepner Stories October 1995 Readings December 10, 1995   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

reading short stories from his life ONE lecture series 12/10/1995

VV0809

 Jim Wilke, gay and lesbian western American history October 13, 1996   audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

ONE Lecture

AC1517

 John O' Brien - ONE Institute August 12, 1998   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

Valley Business Alliance

VV1036

 Kepner History Class 1983   audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

18 tapes from a lecture series, 9-23-83 thru 12-2-83.

AC0707

 Ladud [sic] Humphreys undated   audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

ONE Program (?) #177

AC1401

 Ladud [sic] Humphreys undated   audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

ONE Program (?) #177

AC1400

 Laud Humphreys undated   audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

ONE Program (?) #220 Tape 1 (of 2)

AC1423

 Laud Humphreys undated   audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

ONE Program (?) #220 Tape 2 (of 2)

AC1424

 Lisa Ben, ONE Institute Lecture May 2, 1982   video VHS

vv0834

 Lisa Ben, ONE Institute Lecture May 2, 1982   video DVD master

VDD0040

 Lisa Ben, ONE Institute Lecture May 2, 1982   video DVD reference

VDD0132

 Long Beach Sex Scandal of 1914 undated   audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

David Cameron at One, Inc. 5/5/85.

AC0532/JK

 Milbank Tour (ONE Institute) with Dwain Houser 1983   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

orig. ; col.

vv1070

 Milbank Tour (ONE Institute) with Dwain Houser 1983   video DVD master

Scope and Contents note

orig. ; col.

VDD0048

 Milbank Tour (ONE Institute) with Dwain Houser 1983   video DVD reference

Scope and Contents note

orig. ; col.

VDD0127

 Milbank Tour (ONE Institute) with Dwain Houser 1983   video VHS

vv2183

 Music, Murder and Marginality undated   audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

ONE Program (?) #240

AC1426

 National Gay and Lesbian Task Force or ACLU Meeting 1990   audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

Sheraton Town House Hotel, Los Angeles. Side A. 8-7-90 mtg. Duncan Donovan, Morris Kight, Jeanne Manford. Morris talks on government and politics, activism, gay exploitation and the gay condition. Dorr Legg speaks about ONE, Inc., its history, and his belief that politics is not necessarily the be all and end all of the gay movement. -- Side B. Dorr Legg talks about oppression of Blacks, European immigration to USA, influence of Catholic Church. Unidentified speaker explains efforts of PFLAG and Dignity to defeat Prop- osition 6, removing sodomy laws, efforts of right wing to promote family values.

AC0802

 One Inc. Commencement Degrees January 29, 1984   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

Edited

VV1020

 ONE Institute and Archives "50 Years and Still Growing" undated   video VHS

VV1914

 ONE Institute inaugural speeches at new location April 1983   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

ONE Institute, April 1983; Jesse Jakobs and various board members and staff speak of ONE's future at new location

vv0479

 ONE Institute interview with Bob Basker (1 of 3) July 1, 1996   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

July 1, 1996, tape one: childhood through 1945; NYC, Harlem Renaissance, JUGGS, military service. Original 8mm video cataloged as "Vid/Potvin015".

vv0467

 ONE Institute interview with Bob Basker (2 of 3) July 1, 1996   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

July 1, 1996. tape 2: lovers of, drag parties in NYC, married '50-'60, Civil Rights Movement, Midwest Mattachine, Florida Mattachine, MCC, politics. Original 8mm video cataloged as "Vid/Potvin016".

vv0468

 ONE Institute interview with Bob Basker (3 0f 3) July 1, 1996   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

July 1, 1996, tape 3: Florida Mattachine, MCC, politics, prison reform, Anita Bryan repeal Ordinance, senior groups, American Legion, NAACP, Paul Robeson, trip to Russia, awards and photos. Original 8mm video cataloged as "Vid/Potvin017".

vv0469

 ONE Institute interview with Bob Basker (1 of 3) July 1, 1996   video 8mm cassette

Scope and Contents note

July 1, 1996, tape one: childhood through 1945; NYC, Harlem Renaissance, JUGGS, military service. VHS transfer cataloged as "vv0467".

Vid/Potvin015

 ONE Institute interview with Bob Basker (2 of 3) July 1, 1996   video 8mm cassette

Scope and Contents note

July 1, 1996. tape 2: lovers of, drag parties in NYC, married '50-'60, Civil Rights Movement, Midwest Mattachine, Florida Mattachine, MCC, politics. VHS transfer cataloged as "vv0468".

Vid/Potvin016

 ONE Institute interview with Bob Basker (3 0f 3) July 1, 1996   video 8mm cassette

Scope and Contents note

July 1, 1996, tape 3: Florida Mattachine, MCC, politics, prison reform, Anita Bryan repeal Ordinance, senior groups, American Legion, NAACP, Paul Robeson, trip to Russia, awards and photos. VHS transfer cataloged as "vv0469".

Vid/Potvin017

 ONE Institute interview with Bob Basker (1 of 3) July 1, 1996   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

July 1, 1996, tape one: childhood through 1945; NYC, Harlem Renaissance, JUGGS, military service. Original 8mm video cataloged as "Vid/Potvin015".

VV0626

 ONE Institute interview with Bob Basker (2 of 3) July 1, 1996   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

July 1, 1996. tape 2: lovers of, drag parties in NYC, married '50-'60, Civil Rights Movement, Midwest Mattachine, Florida Mattachine, MCC, politics. Original 8mm video cataloged as "Vid/Potvin016".

VV0625

 ONE Institute interview with Bob Basker (3 0f 3) July 1, 1996   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

July 1, 1996, tape 3: Florida Mattachine, MCC, politics, prison reform, Anita Bryan repeal Ordinance, senior groups, American Legion, NAACP, Paul Robeson, trip to Russia, awards and photos. Original 8mm video cataloged as "Vid/Potvin017".

VV0627

 ONE Institute interview with Cliff Anchor (1 of 2) July 2, 1996   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

July 2, 1996; early gay activist. Original 8mm video cataloged as "Vid/Potvin018".

vv0472

 ONE Institute interview with Cliff Anchor (2 of 2) July 2, 1996   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

July 2, 1996; early gay activist. Original 8mm video cataloged as "Vid/Potvin019".

vv0473

 ONE Institute interview with Cliff Anchor (1 of 2) July 2, 1996   video 8mm cassette

Scope and Contents note

July 2, 1996; early gay activist. VHS transfer cataloged as "vv0472".

Vid/Potvin018

 ONE Institute interview with Cliff Anchor (2 of 2) July 2, 1996   video 8mm cassette

Scope and Contents note

July 2, 1996; early gay activist. VHS transfer cataloged as "vv0473".

Vid/Potvin019

 ONE Institute Lecture, "No on Prop. 64" October 5, 1986   video VHS

vv0831

 ONE Institute Lecture, "No on Prop. 64" October 5, 1986   video DVD master

VDD0038

 ONE Institute Lecture - Richard Labonte at Different Light Bookstore March 1995   video VHS

VV2374

 ONE Institute Lecture Series undated   video VHS

VV2375

 ONE Institute Lecture with Charles Shively January 11, 1987   video VHS

vv0481

 ONE Institute Lecture with Charles Shively January 11, 1987   video DVD master

VDD0034

 ONE Institute Lecture with Charley Shively on Walt Whitman January 7, 1990   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

ONE Institute Lecture Series, January 7, 1990

vv0480

 ONE Institute Lecture with Chuck Rowland April 4, 1986   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

ONE Institute Lecture Series (#304), April 6, 1986; Rowland, Mattachine founder and key figure in Celebration Theatre, discusses the theatre and his life

VV0459

 ONE Institute Lecture with Chuck Rowland April 4, 1986   video DVD master

Scope and Contents note

ONE Institute Lecture Series (#304), April 6, 1986; Rowland, Mattachine founder and key figure in Celebration Theatre, discusses the theatre and his life

VDD0026

 ONE Institute Lecture with Chuck Rowland April 4, 1986   video DVD reference

Scope and Contents note

ONE Institute Lecture Series (#304), April 6, 1986; Rowland, Mattachine founder and key figure in Celebration Theatre, discusses the theatre and his life

VDD0121

 One Institute Lecture with Dan Siminowski December 2, 1984   video VHS

vv0457

 One Institute Lecture with Dan Siminowski December 2, 1984   video DVD master

VDD0025

 ONE Institute Lecture with David Ehrenstein June 4, 1989   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

ONE Institute Lecture Series, June 4, 1989; film critic David Ehrenstein

vv0464

 ONE Institute Lecture with Dr. Alan Cantwell Jr. (not found. mb. 9/1/10) June 5, 1988   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

sound volume low

VV1000

 ONE Institute Lecture with Dr. Betty Brooks 1988   video VHS

vv1051

 ONE Institute Lecture with Ed Grellert April 1, 1990   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

ONE Institute Lecture Series, April 1, 1990; Grellert discusses photographs taken of gay men during their childhood

vv0477

 ONE Institute Lecture with Ed Grellert April 1, 1990   video DVD master

Scope and Contents note

ONE Institute Lecture Series, April 1, 1990; Grellert discusses photographs taken of gay men during their childhood

VDD0032

 ONE Institute Lecture with Eric Gordon on Homophile Composer Marc Blitzstein January 6, 1991   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

ONE Institute Lecture Series, January 6, 1991; historian and biographer Eric Gordon, Ph.D discuss the life and career of composer Marc Blitzstein

vv0487

 ONE Institute Lecture with Frank Richiazzi February 7, 1988   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

ONE Institute Lecture Series, February 7, 1988; Frank Richiazzi (executive director of CIRCL PAC) discusses the LAPD relations with the gay community

vv0462

 ONE Institute Lecture with Jim Kepner December 6, 1987   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

ONE Institute Lecture Series, December 6, 1987; Jim Kepner discusses the past, present and future of the gay movement

vv0460

 ONE Institute Lecture with Jim Kepner reading from his vignettes (2 copies) December 1995   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

ONE Institute Lecture Series, December 1995; Kepner reads from his vignettes (additional VHS at ONE)

vv0484

 ONE Institute Lecture with Luis Balmaseda undated   video VHS

vv0836

 ONE Institute Lecture with Malcolm Boyd undated   video VHS

vv0835

 ONE Institute Lecture with Malcolm Boyd undated   video DVD master

VDD0041

 ONE Institute Lecture with Martin Block June 1, 1986   video VHS

vv0482

 ONE Institute Lecture with Martin Block June 1, 1986   video DVD master

VDD0035

 ONE Institute Lecture with Martin Block June 1, 1986   video DVD reference

VDD0126

 ONE Institute Lecture with Morris Kight November 1, 1981   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

ONE Institute Lecture Series, November 1, 1981; Morris Kight, founder of Gay and Lesbian Community Services Center

vv0838

 ONE Institute Lecture with Paul Hardman undated   video VHS

vv1052

 ONE Institute Lecture with Paul Hardman undated   video DVD master

VDD0047

 ONE Institute Lecture with Paul Walker, Ph. D. October 2, 1988   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

ONE Institute Lecture Series, October 2, 1988; Psychologist Walker discusses homosexual panic

vv0476

 ONE Institute Lecture with Richard Green, M.D. January 8, 1989   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

ONE Institute Lecture Series, January 8, 1989; Dr. Green discusses Psychiatry and the Law

vv0474

 ONE Institute Lecture with Richard LaBonte (A Different Light) 1995   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

ONE Institute Lecture Series, March 1995; Richard LaBonte of A Different Light Bookstore. Possibly transfer of Hi8 cataloged as "Vid/Potvin014".

vv0373

 ONE Institute Lecture with Richard LaBonte (A Different Light) 1995   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

ONE Institute Lecture Series, March 1995; Richard LaBonte of A Different Light Bookstore. Possibly original of VHS cataloged as "VV0373".

Vid/Potvin014

 ONE Institute Lecture with Robert Peters February 4, 1990   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

ONE Institute Lecture Series, February 4, 1990; Peters reads from his book, Crunching Grave

vv0840

 ONE Institute Lecture with Sue Moore May 10, 1987   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

ONE Institute Lecture Series, May 10, 1987; Sue Moore, psychotherapist and director of Lesbian Central at the LA GLCSC, will discuss co-sexual politics.

vv0839

 ONE Institute Lecture with Tom Coleman May 4, 1986   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

ONE Institute Lecture Series, May 4, 1986; Coleman discusses Georgia's Sodomy Law and its constitutionality

vv0842

 ONE Institute Lecture with Tom Coleman and Jay Kohorn April 1, 1984   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

ONE Institute Lecture Series (#281), April 1, 1984; Tom Coleman and Jack Kohorn (attorneys) discuss Government vs. Uplinger case

vv0837

 ONE Institute Lecture with Vernon Mitchell November 4, 1990   video VHS

vv0456

 ONE Institute Lecture with Vernon Mitchell November 4, 1990   video DVD master

VDD0024

 ONE Institute Lecture with Victor Burner, M.D. December 2, 1990   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

ONE Institute Lecture Series, December 2, 1990; Walker discusses HIV

vv0841

 ONE Institute Lecture with Victor J. Burner, M.D. November 3, 1985   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

ONE Institute Lecture Series (#299), November 3, 1985; Burner discusses AIDS and an AIDS research program at ONE

vv0458

 ONE Institute Lecture with Walter Williams on Native Americans undated   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

picture quality varies

VV1010

 ONE Institute piano recital by William Bryan September 6, 1985   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

ONE Institute recital, September 6, 1985; piano recital by William Bryan; poetry of Walt Whitman

vv0455

 ONE Lecture December 7, 1986   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

Filmed on December 7, 1986 at ONE Institute. Gene Touchet, Ph.D., Dean of Graduate School and Head of Dept. of Literature and the Arts at ONE, discusses attitudes of homosexuals toward homosexuality throughout history by reading from Greek poetry (Stratas?), Elizabethan drama (Marlowe), modern plays (Tennessee Williams, Larry Kramer), and modern poetry (Dennis Cooper, Allen Ginsberg).-- description from notes left with video

vv1198

 ONE Lecture, Russia Gay and Lesbian History May 12, 1996   Audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

Kon, Igor

AC0999

 ONE Program #208 undated   audio cassette

AC1420

 PFLG (Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) 1982   audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

Legg: Dean, Graduate School at One Institute for Homophile Studies in L.A.

AC0412

 PFLG (Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) 1982   audio cassette

Scope and Contents note

Legg: Dean, Graduate School at One Institute for Homophile Studies in L.A.

AC0412

 Steve Schulte as ONE Institute February 5, 1989   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

ONE Institute Lecture Series, February 5, 1989; Schulte (openly gay councilman and mayor) talks about gays and politics

vv0463

 Tom Johnson on Moral Issues of Homosexuality April 7, 1991   video VHS

Scope and Contents note

One Institute Lecture Series

vv0843

 Subseries 12.3. Open reel audiotapes 1961-1981, undated   1.0 linear feet.

Scope and Contents note

The subseries consists of 5-inch and 7-inch open reel audiotapes of ONE Incorporated lectures, meetings, Midwinter Institutes, and other events and talks, 1961-1981, undated. Descriptions on the reels and reel boxes have been transcribed as found with punctuation added to improve readability. It is uncertain the extent to which the descriptions on the reels or reel boxes accurately reflect the content of the tapes.

Arrangement note

Audiotapes are arranged in no order except that identical reel boxes have been kept together.

Item

 A sociological approach to homosexuality undated   audio reel-to-reel

Scope and Contents note

Dr. Marion F. Steele, Department of Sociology, California State College at Long Beach (now CSU Long Beach), speaking at a meeting of ONE, Inc. 1/4" tape recorded 12/17/67 (December 17, 1967) at 3 3/4 IPS.

ARR0006

 ONE Program undated   audio reel-to-reel

Scope and Contents note

psychology/therapy programs: Legg, Dorr; dysher (?), Dr "Bob"; Kirkpatrick, Dr; Lane, Mike; Riddell (?), Mrs; Fowler (?), Dick

ARR0063

 ONE Program undated   audio reel-to-reel

Scope and Contents note

Schools/Education

ARR0065

 Houser, Dwain E.: Our Own University: ONE Institute: Lecture series 245? May 1980   [Maxwell, 35-90, 7-inch open reel]

ARR0124

 Humphreys, Laud: The Emerging Gay Culture and Its Impact on Identity Formation: ONE Institute: Lecture series #219 November 6, 1977   [Maxwell, 35-90, 7-inch open reel]

ARR0125

 Kepner, Jim, introduces Gay Academic Union, Bonnie Moore, Wayne Wooden undated   [Maxwell, 35-90, 7-inch open reel]

ARR0126

 Fradkin, Howard E.: Androgyny: ONE Institute: Lecture series #216? undated   [Scotch, 7-inch open reel]

ARR0127

 Legal evidence: Cahuenga case undated   [Scotch, 7-inch open reel]

ARR0128

 Bullough, Vern: Lecture series #241 undated   [Scotch, 7-inch open reel]

ARR0129

 Peterson, Robert: Poetry reading: Lecture series #229 undated   [Scotch, 7-inch open reel]

ARR0130

 Grey, Tony: Executive Secretary of the Albany Trust and of the Homosexual Law Reform Society in London, England. Side 1: Homosexual law reform in Britain. Side 2: New trends in sex morality November 5-6, 1967   [Audio Magnetics, 7-inch open reel, 2 copies]

ARR0131-ARR0132

 ONE Institute: Herb Selwyn, Fred Goldstein, Howard Fradkin, Peter Bentler, Martha Kirkpatrick, and Ken Poole February 2, 1969   [Reeves Soundcraft, 7-inch open reel]

ARR0133

 ONE Institute: Larchmont Hall. Side one: (first half) Dr. Richard Green; (rest) Fred Selden: Intro of J.M. Underwood and also of panel. Side two: Conclusion of panel February 1, 1969   [Reeves Soundcraft, 7-inch open reel]

ARR0134

 Hooker, Evelyn: Recent Trends in Research: Lecture series #227 April 2, 1978   [TDK, S-1800, 7-inch open reel]

ARR0135

 Gordon, Al: Gay family estate planning: Lecture series #221 January 8, 1978   [TDK, S-1800, 7-inch open reel]

ARR0136

 Gays and the Holocaust: Panel: Vern Bullough, Bishop Mitkin, Robert Orndorff, and Joe Gilgamesh: Lecture series #228 May 7, 1978   [TDK, S-1800, 7-inch open reel]

ARR0137

 Moore, Bonnie: G.A.U. (Gay Academic Union): Wayne Wooden undated   [TDK, S-1800, 7-inch open reel]

ARR0138

 Small part of talk: consider blank undated   [Ampex, 7-inch open reel]

ARR0139

 Institute for the Study of Human Resources: Agenda for 1981 Annual Meeting: Opening session: Directors, Trustees, Invited guests; Call to order - President Laud Humphreys; Minutes and financial report - Secretary-Treasurer Dorr Legg; Past president - Reed Erickson (1964-1979); Education report - Dwain Houser and Dorr Legg; Discssion: Response to education report - Jesse Jacobs, President ONE; Public session: Introduction of guests; Special gifts to the foundation - Librarian David Moore; Janus information faculty report - Dr. Paul Walker, San Francisco; The bibliography project - Professor Wayne Dynes, New York; Election of officers for 1981; Summary - Laud Humphreys 1981   [Ampex, 7-inch open reel]

ARR0140

 Egyptian history: Jim Kepner, W. Dorr Legg, Bill Moritz, and Jeff Lions: Lecture series #226 March 5, 1978   [Ampex, 7-inch open reel]

ARR0141

 Bad recording: Lecture series #214 March 6, 1977   [Ampex, 7-inch open reel]

ARR0142

 Mood music: Don Amador: Other candidates: Sixth assembly. Lecture series #220 undated   [Ampex, 7-inch open reel]

ARR0143

 Otis, A: Mexico: Lecture series #188 undated   [Polyester, 7-inch open reel]

ARR0144

 Growing Older Together: Robert Norton and Richard Soutern: Lecture series #258 May 3, 1981   [Scotch, 7-inch open reel]

ARR0145

 ONE Midwinter Institute Banquet: Homosexual Bill of Rights: Herbert Selwyn and Dr. Evelyn Hooker. Also includes Sunday's session of the Preamble Committee. Also includes entertainment feature (not part of institute) January 28-29, 1961   [Audiotape, 7-inch open reel]

ARR0146

 Kovarsky, Dr. Irvine: Lecture series #159 April 4, 1971   [American, 7-inch open reel]

ARR0147

 Gordon, Al: Sex offender registration statute of California: Lecture series #250 June 1, 1980   [American, 7-inch open reel]

ARR0148

 Midwinter undated   [American, 7-inch open reel]

ARR0149

 Wood, Spike, Jr.: Midwinter 1972   [American, 7-inch open reel]

ARR0150

 Hooker, Dr. Evelyn: The task force on homo [description on box cover]. Singing gay songs [description on reel] February 2, 1971   [American, 7-inch open reel]

ARR0151

 Hooker: Task force on homo: Lecture series #157 February 2, 1971   [American, 7-inch open reel]

ARR0152

 Merritt, T.M. undated   [P&B Recording Tape, 5-inch open reel]

ARR0153

 Tape for Associate Members: ONE Institute 1963   [Scotch, 5-inch open reel]

ARR0154

 ONE Inc. March 7, 1971   [International Television Corporation, 5-inch open reel]

ARR0155

 [Untitled] undated   [International Television Corporation, 5-inch open reel]

ARR0156

 [Untitled] undated   [International Television Corporation, 5-inch open reel]

ARR0157

 [Untitled] undated   [Maxwell, 7-inch open reel]

ARR0158

 Consider blank undated   [TDK, S-1800, 7-inch open reel]

ARR0159

 Reel #9 Panel Discussion undated   [7.5 inch reel]

ARR0235

 Reel #9 Panel Discussion undated   [7.5 inch reel]

ARR0236

 Reel #9 Panel Discussion undated   [7.5 inch reel]

ARR0237

 Reel #10 Panel Discussion undated   [7.5 inch reel]

ARR0238

 Reel #10 Panel Discussion undated   [7.5 inch reel]

ARR0239

 Reel #10 Panel Discussion undated   [7.5 inch reel]

ARR0240

 The Homosexual - A New Minority? Homosexuality And Sex Behavior In The US undated   [7.5 inch reel]

ARR0241

 The Homosexual - A New Minority? Religion And The Homosexual undated   [7.5 inch reel]

ARR0242

 The Homosexual - A New Minority? Homosexuality: A Theological Perspective undated   [7.5 inch reel]

ARR0243

 The Homosexual - A New Minority? Homosexuality and the Law undated   [7.5 inch reel]

ARR0244

 Dr. Harry Benjamin September 18, 1966   [7.5 inch reel]

ARR0245

 DOB [Daughters of Bilitis] Convention: Judge J. Kennedy undated   [7.5 inch reel]

ARR0246

 Off the Cuff #2 undated   [7.5 inch reel]

ARR0247

 Capitol Record undated   [7.5 inch reel]

ARR0248

 Taped History of One Incorporated undated 

ARR0249

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