Carolyn Weathers is a lesbian activist and publisher. This collection contains materials from the founding and operation of
Clothespin Fever Press, a lesbian press founded by Weathers and Jenny Wrenn in the 1980s.
Born in 1941, Carolyn Weathers was the daughter of a Southern Baptist preacher. She moved to Los Angeles after being expelled
from a Texas University when she came out as a lesbian. She was an enthusiastic participant in the pre-Stonewall bar scene
in San Antonio, Texas. She was a participant in the Gay Liberation Front and in the Gay Women's Liberation Front at the Women's
Center of Los Angeles.
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(2 document boxes)
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