Coalition for Human Rights (San Francisco) Records, 1977-1978 Coll2011.026*

Finding aid prepared by Marc LaRocque
ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives
909 West Adams Boulevard
Los Angeles, California, 90007
(213) 741-0094
askone@ONEarchives.org
(c) 2011


Title: Coalition for Human Rights (San Francisco) Records
Identifier/Call Number: Coll2011.026*
Contributing Institution: ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives
Language of Material: English
Storage Unit: 1
Physical Description: 0.1 linear foot. [1 folder]
Date (inclusive): 1977-1978
Abstract: Publicity, meeting minutes, clippings, flyers, newsletters, organizational statements, correspondence, notes, and member lists documenting the Coalition for Human Rights (San Francisco), founded in 1977 to "represent the community of lesbians and gay men" toward the end of building a society free of "discrimination and oppression based on sex and sexual orientation."
creator: Coalition for Human Rights (San Francisco).

Historical Note

The Coalition for Human Rights (San Francisco) was founded in June of 1977 to serve as an open forum for ideas, and to coordinate the efforts of groups that advocated gay rights.

Access

Contact ONE archivist regarding access restrictions.

Publication Rights

Contact ONE archivist regarding use and publication restrictions.

Preferred Citation

Coalition for Human Rights (San Francisco) Records, Coll2011-025, ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives, Los Angeles, California

Processing Information

Processing this collection has been funded by a generous grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
In order to provide access to this collection, minimal processing on this collection was expedited in 2011. Date spans were given wherever possible, but do not reflect the most accurate inclusive dates.

Scope and Content

Publicity, meeting minutes, clippings, flyers, newsletters, organizational statements, correspondence, notes, and member lists documenting the Coalition for Human Rights (San Francisco), founded in 1977 to "represent the community of lesbians and gay men" toward the end of building a society free of "discrimination and oppression based on sex and sexual orientation."

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Gay and lesbian rights--United States--California
Homosexuality--Political aspects--United States
Human rights advocacy