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In this recording of Boston's Other Voice, which aired on April 23, 1989, host Peter Stickel interviews Lois Johnson, president of the Boston chapter of the Daughters of Bilitis (DOB). Johnson talks about the history of DOB, which began in San…

The founders of the group Daughters of Bilitis, Del Martin and Phyllis Lyons, at a gathering in Boston.

Del Martin and Phyllis Lyons, founders of the national lesbian group Daughters of Bilitis, sitting on a couch chatting with some other women in Boston.

Members of the Combahee River Collective take part in a March for Bellana Borde (late 1979 or early 1980, according to information written on the back of the photograph) to protest police brutality directed at communities of color in Boston,…

View from behind the pitcher toward home plate at a Daughters of Bilitis softball game.

LESLA (Lesbianas Latina) formed in 1986. Their statement of purpose reads: "We are a group of Latina lesbians who are committed to supporting each other through our biweekly meetings. We come with a variety of experience, needs, and expectations. Our…

Three women from the Daughters of Bilitis sit a table with copies of their journal Focus, originally titled Maiden Voyage, in front of them.
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