The History Project is the only organization focused exclusively on documenting and preserving the history of LGBTQ communities in Boston and Massachusetts, and sharing that information with LGBTQ individuals, organizations, allies, and the public. DOCUMENTED is The History Project's digital repository for images, publications, videos, interviews, and more. Explore the descriptions of our nearly 200 collections here.
Photo taken during the June 13, 2020 Trans Resistance March, Franklin Park, Boston, Massachusetts by Jo Trigilio.
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A flyer from Boston's first Pride activities, then called Christopher Street Liberation commemoration events. 1970.
A poster for a Student Homophile League Gay Liberation Dance at Harvard University. sunday 26 april, THE GAY LIBERATION DANCE & catfishblack!
"Recollections of Boston's Gay Movement," John Kyper, Gay Community News, May 17, 1980. volume 7, number 42, p. 10-11, 13.
A copy of John Kyper's article about the history of Boston's Gay Movement, published in 1980 by Gay Community News in volume 7, number 42, p. 10-11,…