Browse Collections (14 total)

John Quinn's Memorial Books


This collection was originally titled the John Quinn AIDS Memorial Books, by the compiler Robert John Quinn. As The History Project began digitizing…

Contributors: Papadopoulos, Cole; Holden, William

Boston Pride Collection

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The Boston Pride Collection consists of papers (some originals and some photocopies), photographs, and ephemera from 1970 to 2008 related to the…

Contributors: The History Project: Documenting LGBTQ Boston, Bouvier, Libby

George Chapin Scott and Edward F. Bernier Collection

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George Chapin Scott was born August 1916 in Heath, Massachusetts, the only child to Myria F. Chapin and John H. Scott. He first contacted The History…

Contributors: Bernier, Edward F.; Scott, George Chapin

Stories and Contributions from our Community

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The History Project wants to hear and share your story. The histories of Boston and Massachusetts' LGBTQ communities is constantly evolving, and is…

Gay Community News (Publication) Collection


Gay Community News began in 1973 as a local newsletter featuring a calendar of events for the GLBT community in Boston and New England. Its news…

Contributors: Gay Community News, The History Project, Bromfield Street Educational Foundation

Boston's Other Voice Radio Program Archives

Boston's Other Voice was an LGBTQ-themed radio magazine that ran from February 1981-November 1989 and created by Don Latulippe, public affairs…

Contributors: Iadarolla, Dennis, Latulippe, Don, Stickel, Peter

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The History Project, founded in 1980, is the largest organization committed to collecting, preserving, and making available the story of New…

Gay Community News Photograph Collection


Gay Community News was a weekly journal published in Boston from 1973 to 1992 by the Bromfield Street Educational Foundation. It was an important…

Contributors: Gay Community News

The History Project's Bar Collection

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Boston’s gay subculture developed in tandem with Prohibition, where speakeasies became natural gathering places for gay individuals who were already…

Contributors: Bill Conrad, Jim McGrath, Harry Fullerton, The History Project