Coll. 009: Homophile Union of Boston (HUB) Papers Finding Aid

Title

Coll. 009: Homophile Union of Boston (HUB) Papers Finding Aid

Description

The Homophile Union of Boston grew out of the Boston chapter of the Mattachine Society and was founded in late 1969 or early 1970. The organization’s leadership was male, but there were also women members. The purpose of HUB was to provide a space for gay men and lesbians to talk about political and social issues affecting them and to offer a support network for members. The papers consist of organizational records, publications, and correspondence, and were compiled from material donated by officers of HUB, including Frank Morgan and Dick York.

Subject

Homophile Union of Boston

Rights

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Identifier

THP-FA-009

Citation

“Coll. 009: Homophile Union of Boston (HUB) Papers Finding Aid,” Documented | Digital Collections of The History Project, accessed December 18, 2017, https://historyproject.omeka.net/items/show/181.

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