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[Copy of clipping from Dallas Morning News: Teacher files suit against homosexual conduct law]
Copy of clipping of Dallas Morning News article titled "Teacher files suit against homosexual conduct law" pertaining to the Don Baker anti-sodomy case.
[Copy of clippings from Dallas Morning News: 'The perfect plaintiff' hits legal trail for homosexuals and Teacher files suit against homosexual conduct law]
Copy of Dallas Morning News articles titled "'The perfect plaintiff' hits legal trail for homosexuals" and "Teacher files suit against homosexual conduct law", pertaining to the Don Baker case against Texas Penal Code 21.06.
[Letter: To William Nelson from John J. Santillo]
A letter from John J. Santillo to William Nelson informing Nelson that Charles Maples' letter will not be placed in Nelson's personal teaching file.
[Letter: To Charles Maples from John J. Santillo]
A letter to John J. Santillo from Charles Maples informing Santillo that Maples' letter of reprimand to William Nelson should be removed from Nelson's personal teaching file.
[North Texas State University Cheerleader, 1979]
Photograph of a North Texas State University cheerleader during Homecoming during November 1979.
Memory and the Reconstruction of Social Reality
Sound recording of Tamara Hareven giving a talk titled "Memory and the Reconstruction of Social Reality" during the 14th National Workshop of Oral History at Murray State University, in Murray, Kentucky.
Oral History as a Catalyst for Local Historical Research Activity
Sound recording of Joseph B. Romney giving a talk titled "Oral History as a Catalyst for Local Historical Research Activity" during the 14th National Workshop of Oral History at Murray State University, in Murray, Kentucky. Recording also includes a talk titled "Life and Times in Shoe city" and "Models for Local and Community Studies" with commentary by Geneva Wiskeman from the Historical Society of Greater Lansing.
There Was Just No Beating Them: The Decline of the Textile Workers Union of America
Sound recording of Jim Cavanaugh giving a talk titled "There Was Just No Beating Them: The Decline of Textile Workers Union of America" during the 14th National Workshop of Oral History at Murray State University in Murray, Kentucky.
Practical Advice on Planning and Conducting Oral History Interviews, the Nature of Human Memory, and Legal and Ethical Issues
Sound recording of John Neuenschwander giving a talk titled "Practical Advice on Planning and Conducting Oral History Interviews, the Nature of Human Memory, and Legal and Ethical Issues" at the 14th National Workshop of Oral History, Oral History Institute, Murray State University.
Practical Information on Recording, Transcribing, and Playback Equipment, Both Audio and Video
Sound recording of Justin L. Kestenbaum giving a talk titled "Practical Information on Recording, Transcribing, and Playback Equipment, Both Audio and Video" during the 14th National Workshop of Oral History at the Oral History Institute at Murray State University in Murray, Kentucky.
[Letter and Envelope: To Harriett Ehrhardt from Samuel W. Hudson, III]
A letter to Harriett Erhardt from Samuel W. Hudson, III questioning Erhardt over the recent reprimand of a school teacher, Bill Nelson, for their expression of the First Amendment. The letter is accompanied by the envelope it was sent in.
[Letter: To Herb Cooke from Ron Kessler]
A letter from Ron Kessler to Herb Cooke addressing the recent reprimand a teacher received for attending a political event.
[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.
[Don Baker holding a sign at the 1979 March on Washington]
Photograph of Don Baker, a founding member of the Dallas Gay Political Caucus, representing Dallas, Texas at the October 14th, 1979 March on Washington. baker is holding a sign that says, "March on Washington. October 14, 1979."
[Four Men at the March on Washington in 1979]
A photograph of four men holding signs and flags. The signs read, "March on Washington. October 14, 1979." One of the individuals is holding the Texas Flag.
[March on Washington Supporter]
A photograph of a Bill Nelson wearing a dress shirt, tie, and a sweater along with a white button which reads, "March on Washington October 14, 1979". He is standing on board an airplane.
[Sleeping Cowboy]
A photograph of a man sleeping on a bed with a straw cowboy hat on his face. His shirt states, "March on Washington October 14, 1979." Individual is possibly part of the Texas group traveling to the 1979 March on Washington.
[Texans at March on Washington rally for Gay Rights]
A photograph of several people wearing cowboy hats standing at the March on Washington D.C. for Lesbian and Gay Rights. There is a large banner that reads, "Dallas," in the background.
[Texas Flag at Gay Rights March]
Photograph of several people holding the Texas Flag along with Pink Triangle Flag and signs at the March on Washington D.C. for Lesbian and Gay Rights. The U.S. Capitol Building is visible in the background.
[Three Men at Gay Rights March]
Photograph of three men wearing sunglasses and holding signs at the March on Washington D.C. for Lesbian and Gay Rights. The signs they are holding states, "March on Washington October 14, 1979."
[Young People at Lesbian and Gay Rights Rally in D.C.]
A photograph showing numerous people standing in the National Mall at Washington D.C for the "March on Washington" rally with four orange signs that read, "Lesbian and Gay Rights Now." The U.S. Capitol Building is visible in the background.
[Elizabeth L. Dixon Interviewed about the History of the Oral History Association]
Sound recording of Elizabeth I. Dixon being interviewed by Bernard Galm about the history of the Oral History Association on 1115 S. 14th Street #107 Santa Monica, California.
[Blondy's Dude]
Photograph of American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) Champion and a Performance Register of Merit earner, Blondy's Dude.
[North Texas Football Game against University of Southern Mississippi, 1979]
Photograph of a North Texas State University football game against University of Southern Mississippi in October 1979.
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.
[James V. Mink Interviewed by Bernard Galm about the History of the Oral History Association]
Sound recording of James V. Mink being interviewed by Bernard Galm about the history of the Oral History Association at Powell Library at UCLA in Los Angeles, California.
Life and Times in Shoe City: Institutional Collaboration on the Working Class History of Lynn, Massachusetts
Sound recording of R. Wayne Anderson giving a talk titled "Life and Times in Shoe City: Institutional Collaboration on the Working Class History of Lynn, Massachusetts" during the 14th National Workshop of Oral History at Murray State University in Murray, Kentucky.
[March on Washington T-Shirt]
Yellow T-shirt with black text. There is a silhouette of the state of Texas and the words "March On Washington October 14, 1979."
[March on Washington T-Shirt (2)]
Yellow T-shirt with black text. There is a silhouette of the state of Texas and the words "March On Washington October 14, 1979."
[Pamphlet: After Hours]
A pamphlet with news, advertisements, and events that are occurring in October within Texas' LGBTQ community. The pamphlet includes an article about Bill Nelson fighting the reprimand he received at the Dallas high school he works at, after his picture was found in the TWT.
[Pamphlet: March on Washington for Lesbian & Gay]
A March on Washington for Lesbian & Gay Rights pamphlet, containing demands, related events, and a call to action.
[Photograph of Unidentified Couple]
Photograph of two men kissing one another aboard an airplane. Individuals are possibly part of the Texas group traveling to the 1979 March on Washington.
[Photograph of Unidentified Men]
Photograph of two men embracing one another. They are leaning toward the left side of the image, visible from the chest up. Photo possibly depicts members of the Texas group that attended the 1979 March on Washington.
[Miss Mary Bobo Playing Piano (2)]
Photograph of a woman, Miss Mary Bobo, playing the piano. In this image, the unidentified woman is playing Galway Bay under a single light source. Junebug Clark narrative: Miss Mary ran a boarding house in Lynchburg, Tennessee. She lived to 101. Her boarding house is still in operation today and run by her great granddaughter Lynne Tolley. Photo by: Joe Clark, HBSS. Signed by: Joe Clark, HBSS Clark PhotoFile: 9568-0001-25
[Copy of a letter of recommendation from William Beck to the Gay Academic Union on behalf of Don Baker]
Letter of recommendation for Don Baker from William Beck to the Gay Academic Union regarding a scholarship application.
[James V. Mink Interviewed by Bernard Galm about the History of the Oral History Association]
Sound recording of James V. Mink being interviewed by Bernard Galm about the history of the Oral History Association at Powell Library at UCLA in Los Angeles, California.
[Letter of reprimand: From Chales Maples to William H. Nelson]
The formal letter of reprimand from the principal of Warren Travis White High School, Charles Maples, to Bill Nelson for appearing in a gay publication wearing a shirt that supported LGBT rights.
[James V. Mink Interviewed by Bernard Galm about the History of the Oral History Association]
Sound recording of James V. Mink being interviewed by Bernard Galm about the history of the Oral History Association at Powell Library at UCLA in Los Angeles, California.
[Bill Nelson]
Photograph of Bill Nelson posing with his March On Washington Committee shirt.
[Fax response to Texas Human Rights Foundation]
A fax from attorney James C. Barber to Dick Peeples pertaining to the Section 21.06 of the Texas Penal Code appeal and procedures to obtain plaintiffs in the court case.
[News Clip: Tax Rates]
Video footage from the KXAS-TV/NBC station in Fort Worth, Texas, to accompany a news story. This story aired at 6:00 P.M.
[News Clip: Padre Island]
Video footage from the KXAS-TV/NBC station in Fort Worth, Texas, to accompany a news story. This story aired at 5:30 P.M.
[News Clip: 4-Day folo]
Video footage from the KXAS-TV/NBC station in Fort Worth, Texas, to accompany a news story. This story aired at 5:00 P.M.
[News Clip: Addison Party]
Video footage from the KXAS-TV/NBC station in Fort Worth, Texas, to accompany a news story. This story aired at 10:00 P.M.
[News Clip: F-16]
Video footage from the KXAS-TV/NBC station in Fort Worth, Texas, to accompany a news story. This story 10:00 P.M.
[News Clip: Water Rec.]
Video footage from the KXAS-TV/NBC station in Fort Worth, Texas, to accompany a news story. This story aired at 6:00 P.M.
North Texas State University Budget: 1979-1980
Budget for North Texas State University regarding funds in the 1979-1980 fiscal year. This volume contains a breakdown of expected profits and expenses at the university level and for each college.
[News Clip: Gas Enforcement]
Video footage from the KXAS-TV/NBC station in Fort Worth, Texas, to accompany a news story. This story aired at 10:00 P.M.
[Joe Clark and his wife]
Photograph of a Joe Clark and his wife photographed by Isadore A. Berger, an attorney. The two individuals pose in a room with curtained windows, and Clark makes a hand-motion that is blurred by the camera. A photographic print of a man with a dog is exhibited on an easel in the far right corner of the room.
[News Clip: Davis]
Video footage from the KXAS-TV/NBC station in Fort Worth, Texas, to accompany a news story. This story aired at 6:00 P.M.