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[21.06 Bar Flyer]
Flyer from the Dallas Gay Alliance announcing a two-for-one special at a bar in celebration of the 1982 court ruling of the 21.06 law as unconstitutional. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc304803/
[21.06 Trial]
Photograph of Jim Barber (left), Don Baker (middle) and Bill Nelson (right) seated behind a table during the 21.06 trial in 1982. Unidentified persons are visible from the back, in the foreground. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc304764/
[AIDS Resource Center PSA]
Flyer for the AIDS Resource Center advertising services that the organization provides as part of its community outreach and educational programming. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc304802/
[AIDS Update Float at Alan Ross Texas Freedom Parade]
Photograph of the AIDS Update float in the 1988 Alan Ross Texas Freedom Parade. The AIDS Resource Center banner can be seen in the back right of the photo. Riders in the car include Dave Lewis (right), editor, Rodd Gray (as Patti le Plae Safe), columnist, and Dave's partner, whose name is unknown. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc276203/
AIDS Update, Volume 3, Number 3, March 1988
Newsletter of the AIDS Resource Center containing news updates, articles, opinion pieces, and advertisements related to the work of the organization. Cover: photo of a memorial event for Terry Tebedo, sponsored by the Dallas Gay Alliance; his loss in 1988 raised the number of AIDS deaths in Dallas County to 641. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc304832/
AIDS Update, Volume 3, Number 5, May 1988
Newsletter of the AIDS Resource Center containing news updates, articles, opinion pieces, and advertisements related to the work of the organization. Cover: photo of the AIDS Memorial Quilt, advertising a display of the quilt in May, 1988. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc304807/
[Amicus Brief Pertaining to the Case of Baker vs. Wade, cause no. 82-1590, 1980.]
Documents that relate to the case of Baker vs. Wade, challenging the legality of sodomy in the state of Texas, filed November 19, 1979. Documents include the Amicus Curiae Brief (newspaper clippings, letters, and petitions). digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc304790/
[Ann Brown and Man]
Photograph of Ann Brown posing with an unidentified man inside a building. They are visible from the chest up and the man has his right arm around her shoulders and is holding two bottles. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc304804/
[Armband for Terry Tebedo]
Black armband that was worn at Terry Tebedo's memorial service, sponsored by the Dallas Gay Alliance, in 1988. The pink triangle in the center is a symbol given to gay men in WWII, under Hitler's Nazi regime. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc277287/
[Award from the Foundation for Human Understanding]
Cut-glass trophy in a rough teardrop shape on a rectangular base. Gold text in the body says "John Thomas Life Time Achievement Award" and has the logo for the Foundation for Human Understanding at the bottom. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc277280/
[Award from the Foundation for Human Understanding (detail view)]
Cut-glass trophy in a rough teardrop shape on a rectangular base. Gold text in the body says "John Thomas Life Time Achievement Award" and has the logo for the Foundation for Human Understanding at the bottom. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc277258/
[Banner for Nelson - Tebedo AIDS Research Clinic]
Photograph of a banner for the Bill Nelson and Terry Tebedo Clinic for AIDS Research, located in Dallas, Texas. The banner has a blue background with letters cut out of T-shirts or other materials; there is a row of icons and symbols across the bottom of the banner. The banner includes Bill Nelson’s jacket from his time as a high school coach, campaign materials from when he ran for office in Dallas, and other items honoring the work and lives of Nelson and Tebedo. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc276207/
[Bass Drum Player at Gay Rights March]
A photograph of a bass drum player wearing a black cowboy hat standing with several other people at the March on Washington D.C. for Lesbian and Gay Rights. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc276173/
The Battlecry, Volume 1, Number 5, October 5, 1979
Special Issue of The Battlecry discussing the activities of The North Texas Committee for the March on Washington including plans for a Texas-style barbeque, information about staying in Washington, the White House delegation, Gay Constituency Day, and other events related to the March. Members of the “White House Delegation” include Ray Hill, a noted gay rights activist living in Houston, Texas. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc276185/
[Bill Hunt, 1986]
A photograph of Bill Hunt eating a piece of bread at the DGA Board Retreat in 1986. Handwritten on the back of this photograph are the words, "Bill Hunt. DGA Board Retreat - 1986." digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc276164/
[Bill Nelson and Crowd]
Photograph of Bill Nelson speaking to a crowd at the memorial for Terry Tebedo”. People are visible on the right side of the image including a man near the center holding a cutout of a person, painted solid black. Behind Nelson, there is a striped rainbow flag and multiple flower arrangements. William Waybourn (far right) is pictured among the crowd. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc276238/
[Bill Nelson and Crowd in Front of a Banner]
Photograph of a crowd of people (including activist Bill Nelson) socializing in front of a banner that reads "Never Forget: Dallas Gay Alliance." The photo was taken in a dark outside space and there are large wreaths and floral arrangements around the sign. This event was taken at a memorial for Terry Tebedo in 1988. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc276231/
[Bill Nelson and William Waybourn Speaking with Police]
Photograph of Bill Nelson and William Waybourn speaking with two police officers at the memorial for Terry Tebedo. They are standing next to a chalk outline of a body on the sidewalk that represents Mr. Nelson's partner, Terry Tebedo. Written inside the chalk outline is the number 641, representing the number of AIDS casualties at the time of Tebedo’s death in 1988. A crowd of participants and press are visible in the background. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc276162/
[Bill Nelson Drawing a Chalk Outline of a Body]
Photograph of Bill Nelson, kneeling next to a chalk outline of a body, that represents Mr. Nelson's partner, Terry Tebedo at the memorial service for Tebedo. Nelson is is surrounded by a crowd of participants and press. Members of the Dallas Gay Alliance and Gay Urban Truth Squad are present, including John Thomas (back row), Bill Hunt (front row, pink triangle shirt) and William Waybourn (beside Hunt, in dark, long sleeve shirt). digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc276219/
[Bill Nelson Looking at a Silhouette of a Body]
Photograph of Bill Nelson speaking at a gay rights event memorial for Terry Tebedo. Nelson is looking down at a black silhouette of a body on the sidewalk, meant to represent Mr. Nelson's partner, Terry Tebedo. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc276222/
[Bill Nelson Outlining the Silhouette of a Body]
Photograph of Bill Nelson during the memorial for Terry Tebedo, crouched next to the black silhouette of a figure laid on the sidewalk. He appears to be outlining the cutout with chalk. A crowd of participants and press is visible in the background. John Thomas (back, tall man), Bill Hunt (middle, pink triangle shirt) and William Waybourn (middle, beside Hunt in the dark shirt) look on. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc276198/
[Bill Nelson, Speaking]
Photograph of Bill Nelson speaking to a crowd at the memorial for Terry Tebedo. A group of people is visible in the background, including a man holding a video camera. Behind Nelson, there are several flower arrangements surrounding a partially-obscured banner that says "Never Forget. Dallas Gay Alliance." digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc276234/
[Billboard for the Gay Community Center]
Roadside billboard advertising the AIDS Resource Center in the 1980s. Board features the phone number and address for the center digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc277359/
[Board members of the Foundation for Human Understanding]
Photograph of current and former presidents of the Foundation for Human Understanding. William Waybourn, Stephen B. Hawkins, Dick Weaver, John Thomas, executive director, and Bruce Monroe standing in a group outside of a building. There is a trellis in the background and a brick wall with a building on the left. Handwritten on the back of this photograph are the words, "L>R. William Waybourn - 91. Stephen B. Hawkins 93 - 97. Dick Weaver - John Thomas - Secty Founder 83. Bruce Monroe 91 - 93. All found Board Presidents except John?" digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc276212/
[Bruce Monroe and Another Man in Front of a Banner at a Memorial Service for Terry Tebedo]
Photograph of two men, both in jeans and tennis shoes, standing in a dark outdoor area in front of a banner that reads "Never Forget : Dallas Gay Alliance" (partially obscured by the man on the left). The man on the left is Bruce Monroe. Large floral arrangements and wreaths sit under the banner. Photograph taken at the memorial service honoring Terry Tebedo, who died of AIDS complications in 1988. Members of the Dallas Gay Alliance are present, as well as members of Gay Urban Truth Squad (GUTS), a sub-organization of the Alliance. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc276156/
[Button for the SLDN]
Round button with blue text that has an eagle's head and five stars in the center with the words "Service Members Legal Defense Network" (SLDN) around the image. The button is inside an archival box. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc277260/
[Button for the SLDN]
Round button with blue text that has an eagle's head and five stars in the center with the words "Service Members Legal Defense Network" (SLDN) around the image. The button is inside an archival box. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc277261/
[Button for the SLDN]
Round button with blue text that has an eagle's head and five stars in the center with the words "Service Members Legal Defense Network" (SLDN) around the image. The button is inside an archival box. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc277271/
[C.O.F. Float in First Gay Pride Parade in Dallas, Texas]
Photograph of a float during the first Gay Pride Parade, parked in the street. Written on the side of a poster attached to the float are the words, "C.O.F. Texas Oldest Homophile Organization. Gay as an American Flag and Apple Pie." Buildings are visible in the background. Handwritten on the back of the photograph are the words, "1st Gay Pride Parade. June 24 1972." digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc276209/
[Campaign Advertisement for Bill Nelson]
Campaign brochure for Bill Nelson when he ran for City Council in Dallas. The text gives an overview about Nelson's view on several issues including zoning, crime, neighborhood code enforcement, and the homeless. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc304825/
[Cathedral of Hope Campaign Brochure]
Brochure for a fundraising campaign designed to build a new Cathedral of Hope. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc304809/
[Cathedral of Hope Campaign Pamphlet]
Brochure for a campaign to build a new Cathedral of Hope church. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc304789/
[Cece Cox and John Ramos]
Photograph of Cece Cox and John Ramos, standing together out-of-doors at a gay rights event. Other people and trees are visible in the background. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc276195/
[Cece Cox, Avery Maixner, and Evan Wolfson]
Photograph of three people standing on the lawn outside of The Dallas Morning News building. From left to right: Cece Cox, Avery Maixner, and Evan Wolfson. Handwritten on the back of this photograph are the words, "53 Cece Cox, Pres. Avery Maixner Board Member. Evan Wolfson, lawyer of Hawaii case, Lambda Legal Defense & Education Fund." digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc276170/
[Chalk Outline of a Body]
Photograph of a chalk outline of a body marked on a sidewalk, representing Mr. Terry Tebedo. The outline was drawn by Bill Nelson who was participating in the memorial for Terry Tebedo. Text has been written inside and around the outline. Event participants are paritally visible around the outline. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc276191/
The Channel, Volume 2, Number 3, May 37, 1973
Monthly newsletter of the Metropolitan Community Church of Dallas containing "news of the community, past, present and future, along with articles of spiritual uplift." digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc304834/
[Cheer Dallas Megaphone]
White megaphone with a blue and red logo for Cheer Dallas in the center. Decorative blue and red stars are below the logo in a ring around the wide end of the megaphone. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc277244/
[Cheer Dallas Megaphone]
White megaphone with a blue and red logo for Cheer Dallas in the center. Decorative blue and red stars are below the logo in a ring around the wide end of the megaphone. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc277252/
[Cheer Dallas Megaphone]
White megaphone with a blue and red logo for Cheer Dallas in the center. Decorative blue and red stars are below the logo in a ring around the wide end of the megaphone. The megaphone is laying on its side with the logo up. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc277248/
[Chet Flake and Barbara Foster]
Photograph of Chet Flake and Barbara Foster, longtime volunteers of the Dallas Resource Center. Chet is on the left with his arms around Barbara, who is smiling. Reverse of the photo has a yellow sticker that reads: TOAST TO LIFE. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc276167/
Child Molestation and Homosexuality
A pamphlet produced by the Institute for the Scientific Investigation of Sexuality containing statements and statistics that oppose homosexuality. It includes headings titled "Do Homosexuals Molest the Underage?" and "Do Homosexual Teachers Betray Their Pupils?" as well as the "ISIS Position Paper on Homosexuality." digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc276213/
Circle of Friends: Constitution and By-Laws
Constitution and by-laws of the Circle of Friends, a group organized "to establish and promote communication, understanding and harmony between the homophile community and the general public, to better the common welfare and secure the blessing of equality and justice to all" (para. 1). The document outlines the various governing articles of the organization. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc304801/
[Clipping: Advertisement for The Homosexual Network by Enrique Rueda]
Clipping of an advertisement for a book, The Homosexual Network: Private Lives and Public Policy, by Enrique Rueda. The reverse of the ad shows that it was printed in the July 22, 1983 issue of National Review. According to the ad, the 700-page book by Rueda covers "every aspect of the homosexual movement that bears on politics, religion and social life". The ad quotes positive reviews of the book from Morton Blackwell, Jerry Falwell, and Rev. Charles Fiore. At the bottom of the advertisement is a coupon for membership in the Conservative Book Club. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc177449/
[Clipping: "Childlike fascination: condemnation by Falwell igniting sales of Tinky Winky dolls, creating gay icon", Page 19A]
Newspaper clipping from the Dallas Morning News, Page 19A, dated March 3, 1999. The article discusses Jerry Falwell's comments on the possible homosexuality of Tinky Winky, one of the characters from "Teletubbies", the British children's TV show. The article includes a color photograph of Tinky Winky and Dipsy, another "Teletubbies" character. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc177435/
[Clipping: "Face to face: Falwell meeting with gay Christian activists may be milestone", Dallas Morning News]
Newspaper clipping from the Dallas Morning News, by Leonard Pitts of the Miami Herald, dated Friday, October 22, 1999. The article discusses a meeting between a group of "200 socially conservative Christians" led by the Rev. Jerry Falwell, and "an equal number of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people of faith, led by the Rev. Mel White, a gay clergyman." The article includes a cartoon depicting a group of people sitting at a table, engaged in conversation, with speech bubbles coming from their mouths. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc177437/
[Clipping: "Falwell and the court", Dallas Times Herald]
Clipping from an article in the Dallas Times Herald, dated Thursday, July 9, 1981. The article is an anonymous editorial or opinion piece opposing the Rev. Jerry Falwell's influence on the appointment of Supreme Court justices. The author specifically refers to Falwell's objection to President Reagan's nomination of Sandra Day O'Connor. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc177445/
[Clipping: "Falwell declares holy war on MCA over upcoming film about Christ", Dallas Times Herald]
Newspaper clipping from the Dallas Times Herald, Page A-4, dated Sunday, August 7, 1988. The article, originally published in the Washington Post, discusses Jerry Falwell's moral opposition to the film "The Last Temptation of Christ." digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc177436/
[Clipping: "Falwell solicits funds, says gays targeted him for death", Dallas Morning News]
Newspaper clipping from the Dallas Morning News, originally published by the Religious News Service, dated November 2, 1991. The article discusses the Rev. Jerry Falwell's claim that a group of homosexuals intended to kill him at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel in Los Angeles, in October 1991. The article quotes Falwell's description of the event in a fund-raising letter mailed to Falwell's supporters. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc177441/
[Clipping: "Falwell's condemnation turning Tinky Winky into a gay icon", Page 26A]
Newspaper clipping from the Dallas Morning News, Page 26A, dated March 3, 1999. The article discusses Jerry Falwell's comments on the possible homosexuality of Tinky Winky, one of the characters from "Teletubbies", the British children's TV show. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc177434/
[Clipping: " 'Homosexuality is a death-style,' gay rights foe tells psychologists", GayLife]
Clipping of an article by Kārlis Streips from the LGBT weekly publication GayLife. The article recounts controversial comments on homosexuality made by the psychologist Paul Cameron at the 1983 Midwestern Psychological Association convention in Chicago. According to the article, Cameron claimed, among other things, "that homosexuals are 20 times more likely to commit mass murder than are heterosexuals". digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc177450/
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