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[Footage of Lori Palmer being interviewed by Channel 8]

Description: Video footage clip from channel 8 reporting on City Council election results. Lori Palmer was interviewed about the upcoming run-off election. William H. "Bill" Nelson, Jr. is highlighted as a candidate for place 2. Incumbent Paul Fielding and Lori Palmer, executive director of the North Texas Food Bank, are also highlighted. The race ended in a run-off between Fielding and Palmer, with Lori Palmer winning in a 58%-42% run-off upset.
Date: 1985

[Footage of news coverage of City Council candidates' debate]

Description: Video footage clip from channel 8 news covering a debate between Dallas City Council candidates at the Dallas Press Club. William H. "Bill" Nelson, Jr. is highlighted as a candidate for place 9. Incumbent Jerry Rucker wins the seat. 1987 Dallas mayoral candidates are also highlighted. Video housed on Bill Nelson's Dallas City Council Election 1987 DVD.
Date: 1987

[Footage of Lori Palmer winning the run-off election]

Description: Video footage clip from channel 8 covering Lori Palmer's victory over incumbent Paul Fielding in Dallas' City Council run-off election. William H. "Bill" Nelson, Jr. is highlighted as a candidate for place 2. Incumbent Paul Fielding and Lori Palmer, executive director of the North Texas Food Bank, are also highlighted. The race ended in a run-off between Fielding and Palmer, with Lori Palmer winning in a 58%-42% run-off upset. Video housed on Bill Nelson's Dallas City Council Election 1985 DVD.
Date: 1985

[Footage of Ann Brown and Charlotte Taft discussing Bill Nelson]

Description: Video footage clip from channel 27 of Ann Brown interviewing Charlotte Taft, a member of the Dallas Area Women's Political Caucus, who endorsed Bill Nelson for City Council. William H. "Bill" Nelson, Jr. is highlighted as a candidate for place 9. Incumbent Jerry Rucker wins the seat. 1987 Dallas mayoral candidates are also highlighted. Video housed on Bill Nelson's Dallas City Council Election 1987 DVD.
Date: 1987

[Footage of run-off election coverage]

Description: Video footage clip from channel 8 covering the run-off election. William H. "Bill" Nelson, Jr. is highlighted as a candidate for place 2. Incumbent Paul Fielding and Lori Palmer, executive director of the North Texas Food Bank, are also highlighted. The race ended in a run-off between Fielding and Palmer, with Lori Palmer winning in a 58%-42% run-off upset. Video housed on Bill Nelson's Dallas City Council Election 1985 DVD.
Date: unknown

[Footage of Lori Palmer, Bill Nelson, and Joe May on the Dallas Jackson Show aka Rappin With Jack]

Description: Video footage clip of 1985 Dallas City Council candidates Bill Nelson, Lori Palmer, and Joe May appearing on the Dallas talk show The Dallas Jackson Show aka Rappin With Jack. William H. "Bill" Nelson, Jr. is highlighted as a candidate for place 2. Incumbent Paul Fielding and Lori Palmer, executive director of the North Texas Food Bank, are also highlighted. The race ended in a run-off between Fielding and Palmer, with Lori Palmer winning in a 58%-42% run-off upset. Video housed on Bill Nelson's Dallas City Council Election 1985 DVD.
Date: 1985

[Footage of Lori Palmer and Paul Fielding at the Press Club of Dallas]

Description: Video footage clip from a news story about Lori Palmer and Paul Fielding appearing at the Dallas Press Club and making statements in preparation for their upcoming run-off election. William H. "Bill" Nelson, Jr. is highlighted as a candidate for place 2. Incumbent Paul Fielding and Lori Palmer, executive director of the North Texas Food Bank, are also highlighted. The race ended in a run-off between Fielding and Palmer, with Lori Palmer winning in a 58%-42% run-off upset.
Date: unknown

[Footage of City Council candidates on KERA talk show]

Description: Video footage clip from a KERA talk show featuring Jerry Rucker, Bill Nelson, and Roy Williams discussing their bids for Dallas City Council. William H. "Bill" Nelson, Jr. is highlighted as a candidate for place 9. Incumbent Jerry Rucker wins the seat. 1987 Dallas mayoral candidates are also highlighted. Video housed on Bill Nelson's Dallas City Council Election 1987 DVD.
Date: 1987

[Footage of City Council election and Bill Nelson press coverage]

Description: Video footage clip of KDFW's coverage of the Dallas City Council elections. Journalist Betty Smith interviewed the candidates. Also included, local channels' coverage of televangelist James Robison decrying Bill Nelson as being "immoral". William H. "Bill" Nelson, Jr. is highlighted as a candidate for place 9. Incumbent Jerry Rucker wins the seat. 1987 Dallas mayoral candidates are also highlighted. Video housed on Bill Nelson's Dallas City Council Election 1987 DVD.
Date: 1987

[News Addition: Bill Nelson Story]

Description: Video footage clip of KERA's News Addition profile of Bill Nelson, head of the Dallas Gay Alliance and political activist who died of complications from AIDS at the age of 40. The profile included news footage clips of Nelson as well as interviews with Nelson, his loved ones, and people who knew him.
Date: March 16, 1990

Goodbye Bill Nelson February 1990

Description: Montage of clippings related to Bill Nelson's life, his work, and the issues toward which he was dedicated. Collected on a DVD as a memorial by his loved ones. Video footage clips of news coverage of Nelson's death.
Date: February 2, 1990

KERA Nightwatch episode featuring Bill Nelson on issue of AIDS quarantines

Description: 1986 KERA NIghtwatch episode on the issue of AIDS quarantine legislation. Featured speakers are Bill Nelson, President of the Dallas Gay Alliance, and Ohio State Representative Don Gilmore, sponsor of the Quarantine Provision proposal legislation being introduced to the Ohio legislature. Gilmore speaks in support of quarantining AIDS victims to their home or their car, and considers AIDS a "social disease." Bill Nelson speaks against the quarantine and in support of education and further scientific research. Footage is included of Robert Bernstein, Texas Health Commissioner, asking the Board of Health to withdraw the proposed AIDS rule from consideration.
Date: 1986

[News Addition: Bill Nelson obituary]

Description: Video footage clip of KERA's obituary of William H. "Bill" Nelson, Jr., the head of the Dallas Gay Alliance who died of complications from AIDS at the age of 40.
Date: February 23, 1990

Goodbye Bill Nelson February 1990

Description: Montage of clippings related to Bill Nelson's life, his work, and the issues toward which he was dedicated. Collected on a DVD as a memorial by his loved ones. Video footage clips of an AIDS victims' memorial in Dallas.
Date: 1990

Goodbye Bill Nelson February 1990

Description: Montage of clippings related to Bill Nelson's life, his work, and the issues toward which he was dedicated. Collected on a DVD as a memorial by his loved ones. Video footage clips of current events from Nelson's life.
Date: 1990

Goodbye Bill Nelson February 1990

Description: Montage of clippings related to Bill Nelson's life, his work, and the issues toward which he was dedicated. Collected on a DVD as a memorial by his loved ones. Video footage clip of news coverage of the AIDS memorial quilt by The Names Project.
Date: 1990

[Footage of Dallas Homeowners League election endorsements]

Description: Video footage clip from channel 8 news covering the campaigns of Bill Nelson and Jerry Rucker and a several clips from various news programs covering the Dallas Homeowners League's candidate endorsement. William H. "Bill" Nelson, Jr. is highlighted as a candidate for place 9. Incumbent Jerry Rucker wins the seat. 1987 Dallas mayoral candidates are also highlighted. Video housed on Bill Nelson's Dallas City Council Election 1987 DVD.
Date: 1987

[Footage of a debate between Dallas City Council candidates]

Description: Video footage clip from a debate between candidates in the 1985 Dallas City Council election. William H. "Bill" Nelson, Jr. is highlighted as a candidate for place 2. Incumbent Paul Fielding and Lori Palmer, executive director of the North Texas Food Bank, are also highlighted. The race ended in a run-off between Fielding and Palmer, with Lori Palmer winning in a 58%-42% run-off upset. Video housed on Bill Nelson's Dallas City Council Election 1985 DVD.
Date: 1985

[Dick Peeples, Outrageous Oral]

Description: Recording of Dick Peeples speaking at Outrageous Oral, Volume 18: A Salute to Baker v. Wade, held from 6 - 8:30 PM on January 28, 2016 in the Rose Room of Station 4 in Dallas. Peeples talks about Section 21.06 of the Texas Penal Code, Baker v. Wade, Lawrence v. Texas, and Texas v. Morales, as well as what it was like to be openly gay in Dallas, Texas, in the late 1970s.
Date: January 28, 2016
Creator: Peeples, Dick
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[Maggie Baker Watt, Outrageous Oral]

Description: Recording of Maggie Baker Watt speaking at Outrageous Oral, Volume 18: A Salute to Baker v. Wade, held from 6 - 8:30 PM on January 28, 2016 in the Rose Room of Station 4 in Dallas. Watt is the sister of Donald F. Baker, the plantiff in the historic Baker v. Wade case that challenged section 21.06 of the Texas penal code which banned homosexual conduct of any kind. Watt talks about her brother, the Baker v. Wade case, and Baker's legacy.
Date: January 28, 2016
Creator: Watt, Maggie Baker
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[Pamela Buchmeyer, Outrageous Oral]

Description: Recording of Pamela (Pam) Buchmeyer speaking at Outrageous Oral, Volume 18: A Salute to Baker v. Wade, held from 6 - 8:30 PM on January 28, 2016 in the Rose Room of Station 4 in Dallas. Pam is the daughter of the late U.S. District Judge Jerry L. Buchmeyer, who decided in favor of Donald F. Baker in the Baker v. Wade decision. Pam shares "family stories" from behind the scenes of the Baker v. Wade case.
Date: January 28, 2016
Creator: Buchmeyer, Pamela
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Team Dallas, Sydney 2002

Description: Retrospective video of Team Dallas's participation in Gay Games VI, held in Sydney, Australia in 2002. Members of Team Dallas introduce themselves, say how many Gay Games they've attended, and what sport they're participating in. Scenic shots of Sydney, the Gay Games' opening ceremony, and athletic events are also featured.
Date: 2005
Creator: DDG Video
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