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ONE Archives at the ALMS Conference

ONE Archives at the USC Libraries’ Director Joseph Hawkins recently attended the LGBTQ Archives, Libraries, Museums and Special Collections (ALMS) Conference in London from June 21-24.

2016
Carolyn and Brenda Weathers in a Tijuana restaurant. Brenda’s girlfriend had just dumped a plate of enchiladas on Brenda’s head and stormed out. In a flash, staff appeared, cleaned Brenda up and sent in the mariachis and free photographer. 1968.

Over 5,000 Photographs and Documents Now Online

ONE will be adding over 5,000 photographs and documents to the USC Digital Library to create one of the largest visual databases of LGBTQ materials in the world

2016
2015 ONE Archives Annual Report

2015 ONE Archives Annual Report

Take a look at the 2015 ONE Archives Annual Report detailing the archival, educational, and visual arts related accomplishments from ONE Archives at the USC Libraries and the ONE Archives Foundation this year.

2015
José Sarria and the Imperial Court at Finocchio’s. 1965. José Sarria Papers. GLBT Historical Society

ONE Completes CLIR-Supported Project with GLBT Historical Society

ONE Archives at the USC Libraries has recently completed a collaboration with the GLBT Historical Society to process 111 collections of primarily California-based LGBTQ pioneers and organizations

2015
Esther Bentley and two unidentified women taking a selfie at the beach. April 1952. Ester F. Bentley Photographs and Papers. ONE Archives at the USC Libraries

New photographs from ONE Archives on the USC Digital Library

ONE Archives has added 441 new photographs to the USC Digital Library, bringing the total number of photographs from ONE online to 1118. The digitization effort was funded by a grant from the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR)

2014
200 Hours of Audio Recording from ONE Now Accessible Oniline

200 Hours of Audio Recordings from ONE Now Accessible Online

First of all, let me state that I do not regard homosexuality as a disease.  I don’t like to refer to this business of being cured. I never use it.  I try to help each individual appreciate himself.  I really think the major thing is to know thyself. It’s the largest commandment I know. It means a terrific lot of exploring.

Psychiatrist Dr. Blanche Baker at Midwinter Institute, 1955

2014