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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
Miles Everitt. Proof Sheet, 1972. Gelatin silver print. Miles Everitt Photographs. ONE Archives at the USC Libraries

Newly Processed Collections at ONE

Newly available collections are constantly popping up at the ONE Archives at the USC Libraries, and researchers can now access thousands of historic records and photographs from previously untouched collections.

2014
Photograph of James Carroll Picket (center), undated. James Carroll Picket Papers. ONE Archives at the USC Libraries

ONE Archives CLIR Grant Update

The processing of collections has especially brought to light organizations and circumstances that helped shape the gay rights movement during its formative years in the 1970s.

2014
Esther Herbert Lies in Barracks, c. 1943. Esther Herbert Papers. ONE Archives at the USC Libraries

NHPRC-Supported Project Sheds Light on Early LGBTQ Activism

In the past year, archivists at ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives at the USC Libraries cataloged 95 collections that document the lives of many pioneering figures in the struggle for LGBTQ equality.

2013
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Welcome to one.usc.edu

New website. More from ONE Archives. Welcome to the new website for ONE Archives at the USC Libraries.

2013
USC Libraries Primary Sources Research Award

USC Libraries Primary Sources Research Award

The USC Libraries is excited to announce the first annual USC Libraries Primary Sources Research Award recognizing excellence in the use of primary sources.

2013