Guide to the California Lavender Smokefree Project Records, 1983-1999bulk 1994-1998

Processed by Arel Lucas
UCSF Library & CKM
Archives and Special Collections
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San Francisco, CA 94143-0840
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Guide to the California Lavender Smokefree Project Records, 1983-1999bulk 1994-1998

Collection number: MSS 2001-03

UCSF Library & CKM



Archives and Special Collections

University of California, San Francisco

Contact Information:

  • UCSF Library & CKM
  • Archives and Special Collections
  • 530 Parnassus Ave.
  • San Francisco, CA 94143-0840
  • Phone: (415) 476-8112
  • Fax: (415) 476-4653
  • Email: http://www.library.ucsf.edu/collections/archives/contact
  • URL: http://www.library.ucsf.edu/tobacco/
Processed by:
Arel Lucas
Date Completed:
January 2002
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© 2002 The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: California Lavender Smokefree Project Records,
Date (inclusive): 1983-1999
Date (bulk): bulk 1994-1998
Collection number: MSS 2001-03
Creator: California Lavender Smokefree Project
Extent: 3 boxes

Approx. 2.33 cubic ft.
Repository: University of California, San Francisco. Library. Archives and Special Collections.
San Francisco, California 94143-0840
Abstract: These records document the work of the California Lavender Smokefree Project throughout its five-year course.
Physical location: Archives
Language: English.

Administrative Information

Access

Collection is open for research.

Publication Rights

Copyright has not been assigned to the Library & Center for Knowledge Management. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Head of Archives & Special Collections. Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Library & Center for Knowledge Management as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the reader.

Preferred Citation

California Lavender Smokefree Project Records, MSS 2001-03, Archives & Special Collections, UCSF Library & CKM

Acquisition Information

The papers were donated by Community Focus, one of the founding organizations, after the project ended in 2000.

Organizational History

The California Lavender Smokefree Project (CLSP) was established in 1995 by the Coalition of Lavender-Americans on Smoking and Health (CLASH) and Community Focus, both of San Francisco, California. The organization began operation on what was originally a two-year grant from the Tobacco Conrol Section of the California Department of Health Services of California's Proposition 99 funds (the Tobacco Tax Health Protection Act of 1998). CLSP received the first statewide grant from that fund that focused on the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community. For the next five years, until July 1, 2000, it coordinated resource teams throughout California that developed and carried out strategies to counter tobacco advertising in that community.

Scope and Content of Collection

These records document the work of the California Lavender Smokefree Project throughout its five-year course. Materials include correspondence, newsletters, flyers and pamphlets, contact and focus group reports, newspaper and magazine clippings, photographs, signs, press releases, photocopies of articles, printouts of project planning, media kits, fact sheets, advertising and drafts of advertising. Subjects covered include tobacco industry targeting of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender ("LGBT") community, smokefree bars and restaurants, regional teams and related organizations working toward tobacco control in the LGBT community, prevention of tobacco use among youth, and related topics.

Arrangement

The collection has been divided into 7 series: Resource Teams; Programs, Campaigns and Promotions; Press Releases, Publications and Clippings; Research and Information; Related Campaigns and Groups; Ephemera; Administrative Records. Arrangement is by subject, chronologically where possible for correspondence, articles and reports. Wherever possible, original folder titles have been preserved. Where original order was discernible, this was preserved. Otherwise, an assumed order was imposed based on observed groupings.

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
California Lavender Smokefree Project
Gay men
Gays--California--Los Angeles
Gays--California--San Francisco
Gays--Counseling of
Gays--Medical care
Gays--Social life and customs
Lesbians
Lesbians--California--Los Angeles
Lesbians--California--San Francisco Bay Area
Social work with gays--United States
Social work with lesbians--United States
Proposition 99, November 1988
Smoking--Education--California


Collection Contents

 

Resources Teams, 1995-2000

Physical Description: Box 1:1-46

Scope and Content Note

Series 1 is comprised of seven subseries, one for each of the resource teams operating in different topical or geographic areas: Bay Area, Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, Media. These records document the local or topical activities of each team.

Arrangement

Arrangement is by subject, chronologically where possible for correspondence, articles and reports. Wherever possible, original folder titles have been preserved. Where original order was discernible, this was preserved. Otherwise, an assumed order was imposed based on observed groupings.
 

Bay Area, 1997-2000

Physical Description: Box 1:1-7

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arrangement is by subject, chronologically where possible for correspondence, articles and reports. Wherever possible, original folder titles have been preserved. Where original order was discernible, this was preserved. Otherwise, an assumed order was imposed based on observed groupings.
 

Bay Area Resource Team:

Box-folder 1:1

1995-1999

Box-folder 1:2

1997

Box-folder 1:3-4

1998

Box-folder 1:5

1999

Box-folder 1:6

Minutes, 2000

Box-folder 1:7

Ad for Institutions (institution surveys, 2000)

Box-folder 1:8

Feedback Presentation forms/participation form

 

Los Angeles, 1995-1999

Physical Description: Box 1:9-21

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arrangement is by subject, chronologically where possible for correspondence, articles and reports. Wherever possible, original folder titles have been preserved. Where original order was discernible, this was preserved. Otherwise, an assumed order was imposed based on observed groupings.
 

Los Angeles Resource Team:

Box-folder 1:9

1995

Box-folder 1:10

1996

Box-folder 1:11

Bar Project

Box-folder 1:12

1997

Box-folder 1:13

1998

Box-folder 1:14

L. A. Mini-Grant, 1998

Box-folder 1:15

Presentation of Keith Folger (to LA Center Youth Providers), Jun. 1998

Box-folder 1:16-17

1999

 

Christopher Street West:

Box-folder 1:18

1995

Box-folder 1:19

1996

Box-folder 1:20

1997

Box-folder 1:21

1998

 

Sacramento, 1998-2000

Physical Description: Box 1:22-24

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arrangement is by subject, chronologically where possible for correspondence, articles and reports. Wherever possible, original folder titles have been preserved. Where original order was discernible, this was preserved. Otherwise, an assumed order was imposed based on observed groupings.
 

Sacramento Resource Team:

Box-folder 1:22

1998

Box-folder 1:23

1999

Box-folder 1:24

1999-2000

 

San Diego, 1995-1999

Physical Description: Box 1:25-32

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arrangement is by subject, chronologically where possible for correspondence, articles and reports. Wherever possible, original folder titles have been preserved. Where original order was discernible, this was preserved. Otherwise, an assumed order was imposed based on observed groupings.
 

San Diego Resource Team:

Box-folder 1:25

1995

Box-folder 1:26

1996

Box-folder 1:27

1997

Box-folder 1:28

1998

Box-folder 1:29-30

1999

Box-folder 1:31

San Diego Resource Team Project, 1999

Box-folder 1:32

San Diego "Helms" Flyers

 

San Francisco, 1995-1999

Physical Description: Box 1:33-40

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arrangement is by subject, chronologically where possible for correspondence, articles and reports. Wherever possible, original folder titles have been preserved. Where original order was discernible, this was preserved. Otherwise, an assumed order was imposed based on observed groupings.
 

San Francisco Resource Team:

Box-folder 1:33

1995

Box-folder 1:34

1996

Box-folder 1:35

Sandra Hernandez Letter, 1996

Box-folder 1:36-37

Matchbook Project, 1996-1997

Box-folder 1:38

Bay Area Bar Owner Letter, Jun. 1997

Box-folder 1:39

Letter to Physicians Project, 1998

Box-folder 1:40

1999

 

San Jose, 1998-2000

Physical Description: Box 1:41-46

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arrangement is by subject, chronologically where possible for correspondence, articles and reports. Wherever possible, original folder titles have been preserved. Where original order was discernible, this was preserved. Otherwise, an assumed order was imposed based on observed groupings.
 

San Jose Resource Team:

Box-folder 1:41

1998

Box-folder 1:42

1998 Bar Projects, Rodeo Survey, etc.

Box-folder 1:43

San Jose Survey Rodeo, 1998

Box-folder 1:44-45

1999

Box-folder 1:46

San Jose, 2000

 

Media Resource Team, n.d.

Physical Description: Box 1:47

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arrangement is by subject, chronologically where possible for correspondence, articles and reports. Wherever possible, original folder titles have been preserved. Where original order was discernible, this was preserved. Otherwise, an assumed order was imposed based on observed groupings.
Box-folder 1:47

Tobacco Media

 

Programs, Campaigns and Promotions, 1995-2000

Physical Description: Box 1:48-77, Box 2:1-23

Scope and Content Note

This series contains information about the various campaigns, promotions, programs, projects and other activities of the Project. Distinction is made among "promotion," which is defined as a one-time effort to publicize the cause and/or raise funds; "project" and "campaign," which each refer to a single, goal-oriented series of actions with a definite beginning and end; "programs," which were ongoing or periodical efforts carried out over time in specific locations for target groups such as women, gays, teens, youth, and so on; and "events" such as conferences and festivals in which the Project participated but did not organize. These records document film festivals, "Pride" activities in various communities, Leslie Nuchow concerts ("Virginia Slam"), the Community Health Survey, Youth Outreach, the Free Zone, the Castro Smoke Free Bar Parade, ad campaigns, banners and materials, Outfest, town hall meetings, the Great Gay and Lesbian American Smokeout, mailing lists of organizations, and other events and programs.

Arrangement

Arrangement is by subject, chronologically where possible for correspondence, articles and reports. Wherever possible, original folder titles have been preserved. Where original order was discernible, this was preserved. Otherwise, an assumed order was imposed based on observed groupings.
 

Programs, 1998, n.d.

Physical Description: Box 1:48-55

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arrangement is by subject, chronologically where possible for correspondence, articles and reports. Wherever possible, original folder titles have been preserved. Where original order was discernible, this was preserved. Otherwise, an assumed order was imposed based on observed groupings.
Box-folder 1:48

Community Health Survey

Box-folder 1:49

Free Zone

Box-folder 1:50

Free Zone Outreach

Box-folder 1:51

Sponsorship--Lavender Youth Recreation and Information Center (LYRIC) Softball Team

 

Youth Outreach:

Box-folder 1:52

(Program), Mailings, Materials

Box-folder 1:53

Wedge Contact Report, 1998

Box-folder 1:54

Facts Sheets (2 different ones)

Box-folder 1:55

Katherine Ulveling--Youth Outreach Plan, Fall 1998

 

Promotions, 1997-1999

Physical Description: Box 1:56-61

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arrangement is by subject, chronologically where possible for correspondence, articles and reports. Wherever possible, original folder titles have been preserved. Where original order was discernible, this was preserved. Otherwise, an assumed order was imposed based on observed groupings.
Box-folder 1:56

Castro Smoke Free Bar Parade, 1999

Box-folder 1:57

Dimensions Workshop

Box-folder 1:58

Folsom/Castro Street Fairs, 1998

Box-folder 1:59

Leslie Nuchow Promotion, 1999

Box-folder 1:60

"The Next Move Is Yours" Brochure (w/ALALA), 1997

Box-folder 1:61

Virginia Slam Info, 1997

 

Campaigns and Projects, 1996-2000

Physical Description: Box 1:62-73

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arrangement is by subject, chronologically where possible for correspondence, articles and reports. Wherever possible, original folder titles have been preserved. Where original order was discernible, this was preserved. Otherwise, an assumed order was imposed based on observed groupings.
Box-folder 1:62

1996 Banners

Box-folder 1:63

1997--TV Public Service Announcement Cover Letter

Box-folder 1:64-65

Ad Campaign

Box-folder 1:66

(Anti-) Tobacco Advertisements with Focus Group Material

Box-folder 1:67

More Advertising Details

Box-folder 1:68

California Tobacco Media Campaign, 1999

Box-folder 1:69

Gay Men Smoking

Box-folder 1:70

Great Gay & Lesbian American Smokeout Los Angeles, 1996 & Public Service Announcement

Box-folder 1:71

The Last Drag: Youth Effort 2000

Box-folder 1:72

Last Drag Newsletter (San Francisco)

Box-folder 1:73

Advertising Campaign [?] "Tobacco Companies Butt Out"

 

Mailing Lists, 1995

Physical Description: Box 1:74-75

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arrangement is by subject, chronologically where possible for correspondence, articles and reports. Wherever possible, original folder titles have been preserved. Where original order was discernible, this was preserved. Otherwise, an assumed order was imposed based on observed groupings.
Box-folder 1:74

LGBT Organizations List Life AIDS Lobby, 1995

Box-folder 1:75

Contact List Los Angeles

 

Events, 1997-1999

Physical Description: 1:76-77, 2:1-5

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arrangement is by subject, chronologically where possible for correspondence, articles and reports. Wherever possible, original folder titles have been preserved. Where original order was discernible, this was preserved. Otherwise, an assumed order was imposed based on observed groupings.
Box-folder 1:76

"Smokefree Public Service Announcement Film Fest. Entries 1997"

Box-folder 1:77

Outfest (Los Angeles)

Box-folder 2:1

Film Projects

Box-folder 2:2

Creating Change, 1999

Box-folder 2:3

Lambda & Gay Prom

Box-folder 2:4

Los Angeles Tobacco Control Alliance Presentation, Jun. 26, 1998

Box-folder 2:5

Los Angeles Community Prevention Council--Town Hall Meeting, Mar. 12, 1997

 

Pride Celebrations, 1996-2000

Physical Description: Box 2:6-23

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arrangement is by subject, chronologically where possible for correspondence, articles and reports. Wherever possible, original folder titles have been preserved. Where original order was discernible, this was preserved. Otherwise, an assumed order was imposed based on observed groupings.
Box-folder 2:6

1996 Pride Day Survey Results

Box-folder 2:7

1997 Pride Day Results

Box-folder 2:8

1997 LGBT Survey Results

Box-folder 2:9

1997 Pride Day Materials (San Diego)

Box-folder 2:10

1998 Pride Day Planning

Box-folder 2:11

1998 Pride Survey

Box-folder 2:12

1999 Pride Activities

Box-folder 2:13

CSW 1999 (Los Angeles)

Box-folder 2:14

Surveys, 1999

Box-folder 2:15

Pride Community Health Survey

Box-folder 2:16

Flyers (San Francisco Pride, etc.)

 

San Diego Pride:

Box-folder 2:17

Pride Day, 1996

Box-folder 2:18

Pride Ad 1997 "Sitting Duck"

Box-folder 2:19

1998

 

San Francisco Pride:

Box-folder 2:20

Film Festival, 1998

Box-folder 2:21

1998

Box-folder 2:22

2000

Box-folder 2:23

San Jose Pride, 1999

 

Press Releases, Publications and Clippings, 1995-2000

Physical Description: Box 2:24-36

Scope and Content Note

Series 3 includes information produced specifically to be released to the press and/or the public regarding the Project, as well as press clippings about it. Also included are copies of the Smokefree Sentinel, the Project's newsletter.

Arrangement

Arrangement is by subject, chronologically where possible for correspondence, articles and reports. Wherever possible, original folder titles have been preserved. Where original order was discernible, this was preserved. Otherwise, an assumed order was imposed based on observed groupings.
 

Press Releases, 1995-2000

Physical Description: Box 2:24-27

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arrangement is by subject, chronologically where possible for correspondence, articles and reports. Wherever possible, original folder titles have been preserved. Where original order was discernible, this was preserved. Otherwise, an assumed order was imposed based on observed groupings.
Box-folder 2:24

Lavender Network Press Releases, Feb. 1995

Box-folder 2:25

Tobacco Advertising in Magazines Research & Press Release, 1996

Box-folder 2:26

1997 Launch of Ad Campaign

Box-folder 2:27

Press Releases, Jun. 29, 2000

 

Clippings and Photocopies of Articles, 1995-1996

Physical Description: Box 2:28-32

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arrangement is by subject, chronologically where possible for correspondence, articles and reports. Wherever possible, original folder titles have been preserved. Where original order was discernible, this was preserved. Otherwise, an assumed order was imposed based on observed groupings.
Box-folder 2:28

Dykespeak, SF Project Article, Apr. 1995

Box-folder 2:29

SF Weekly Article

Box-folder 2:30

Washington Blade Article

Box-folder 2:31

Zenger's article on CLSP, Mar. 1996

Box-folder 2:32

Lavender Project, Clippings

 

Publications, 1995-1999

Physical Description: Box 2:33-36

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arrangement is by subject, chronologically where possible for correspondence, articles and reports. Wherever possible, original folder titles have been preserved. Where original order was discernible, this was preserved. Otherwise, an assumed order was imposed based on observed groupings.
Box-folder 2:33

San Francisco Sentinel, Article on State Project, Mar. 1995

Box-folder 2:34

Smokefree Sentinel Newsletter, 1997-1999

Box-folder 2:35

Materials, Drafts

Box-folder 2:36

San Francisco "Helms" Flyer

 

Information about Tobacco, 1996-1999

Physical Description: Box 2:37-104

Scope and Content Note

These papers consist of materials (mostly copies of periodical articles) collected by the organization on tobacco and its social effects, including tobacco-related diseases, targeting of youth and other groups through marketing techniques, and the tobacco industry and politics.

Arrangement

Arrangement is by subject, chronologically where possible for correspondence, articles and reports. Wherever possible, original folder titles have been preserved. Where original order was discernible, this was preserved. Otherwise, an assumed order was imposed based on observed groupings.
 

The Tobacco Industry, 1996-1997, n.d.

Physical Description: Box 2:37-49

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arrangement is by subject, chronologically where possible for correspondence, articles and reports. Wherever possible, original folder titles have been preserved. Where original order was discernible, this was preserved. Otherwise, an assumed order was imposed based on observed groupings.
 

Tobacco Industry:

Box-folder 2:37

Conglomerates (from DOC Archives)

Box-folder 2:38

Subsidiary Information

Box-folder 2:39

Sponsorship of LGBT Events

 

Philip Morris

Box-folder 2:40

Giving to AIDS Groups

Box-folder 2:41

Grants

Box-folder 2:42

Gay Related Philip Morris Documents

Box-folder 2:43

"Front groups and allies of the tobacco Industry" Americans for Nonsmokers Rights (ANR), 1996

Box-folder 2:44

Kahn, Hal. "Non-Profits dilemma: is TI Money O.K." San Jose Mercury News, Apr. 8, 1996

Box-folder 2:45

"Joining the Clubs: TI Finds a venue in bars," Los Angeles Times, Sept. 25, 1997

Box-folder 2:46

Los Angeles Times, Oct. 9, 1997

Box-folder 2:47

Tobacco & the Entertainment Industry

Box-folder 2:48

Letters/Information on FORCES (Fight Ordinances and Restrictions to Control and Eliminate Smoking)

Box-folder 2:49

Tobacco Settlement

 

Tobacco Use and Tobacco-Related Disease, 1993-1998

Physical Description: Box 2:50-74

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arrangement is by subject, chronologically where possible for correspondence, articles and reports. Wherever possible, original folder titles have been preserved. Where original order was discernible, this was preserved. Otherwise, an assumed order was imposed based on observed groupings.
Box-folder 2:50

Tobacco Types Info

Box-folder 2:51

"Natural" and No-Additive Cigarettes

Box-folder 2:52

Info & Articles on "Natural Cigarettes"

Box-folder 2:53

Cloves, Bidis, Flavored Cigarettes

Box-folder 2:54

"Cigars, Chew and Dip and your Health" (Fact Sheet)

Box-folder 2:55

Smokeless Tobacco & Cigar Information

Box-folder 2:56

Cigar Info (American Lung Association.)

Box-folder 2:57

"Cigars are no drag to women," San Francisco Examiner, Oct. 8, 1996, C-1

Box-folder 2:58

Women & Cigars Packet

Box-folder 2:59

Smoking & Women's Health

Box-folder 2:60

Smoking & Health

Box-folder 2:61

"Deaths: Study finds major shift," Los Angeles Times, Sept. 16, 1996

Box-folder 2:62

Tobacco & Impotence Tobacco Education Clearinghouse literature search, 1996

Box-folder 2:63

Smoking and HIV/AIDS

Box-folder 2:64

Gay Men's Health Study

Box-folder 2:65

"Queer Drug Use," Article

Box-folder 2:66

"Warning Signals of Smoking Relapse," (in "LGBT Seniors") unrelated

Box-folder 2:67

Tobacco Serious Threat to Gays, Nov. 1998

Box-folder 2:68

LGBT Smoking Prevalence

Box-folder 2:69

United States/California Smoking Prevalence

Box-folder 2:70

National Household Survey on Drugs, 1993

Box-folder 2:71

NIDA Studies on Drug Use, 1975-1993

Box-folder 2:72

Massachusetts Risk Behavior Studies

Box-folder 2:73

Cigarettes & Weight Loss

Box-folder 2:74

Secondhand Smoke Studies

 

Tobacco and Politics, 1995-1999, n.d.

Physical Description: Box 2:75-77

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arrangement is by subject, chronologically where possible for correspondence, articles and reports. Wherever possible, original folder titles have been preserved. Where original order was discernible, this was preserved. Otherwise, an assumed order was imposed based on observed groupings.
Box-folder 2:75

Tobacco Industry Political Campaign Contributions, 1995-1996

Box-folder 2:76

"Opening Pandora's Box," San Francisco Weekly Article

Box-folder 2:77

Fritsch, Jane. "Tobacco Companies Pump Cash into Repub. Party," New York Times, Sept. 13, 1995, p. A1

 

Tobacco Marketing, 1995-1996, n.d.

Physical Description: Box 2:78-94

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arrangement is by subject, chronologically where possible for correspondence, articles and reports. Wherever possible, original folder titles have been preserved. Where original order was discernible, this was preserved. Otherwise, an assumed order was imposed based on observed groupings.
Box-folder 2:78

Goebel, Kevin. "Lesbians & Gays Face Tobacco Targeting"

Box-folder 2:79-80

Tobacco Industry Targeting of LGBT Community

Box-folder 2:81

"Faxable Pack Tobacco & Queers"

Box-folder 2:82

"Tobacco Targets", GirlfriendsSept/Oct 1995, p. 8

Box-folder 2:83

Marketing to the LGBT Community and "The Myth of Affluence", (1996)

Box-folder 2:84

"Advertising to the Gay Community" SF Advertising Club Luncheon, Feb. 21, 1996

Box-folder 2:85

Ziman, Jenna. "Everything for a buck: Tobacco Industry targets gays & lesbians," Bay Guardian, Aug.7, 1996

Box-folder 2:86

New York Times Article (Jun. 4, 1997)

Box-folder 2:87

Smoking & Ethnic/Racial Minorities

Box-folder 2:88

Smoking & Magazines/Free Speech

Box-folder 2:89

"Nelson Mandela: Marlboro Man," Ad Week, Feb. 1990

Box-folder 2:90

"Cigarette Advertising & Magazine Coverage of the Hazards of Smoking," Article

Box-folder 2:91

"Mercedes in full retreat on ad placement," Advertising Age

Box-folder 2:92

"Microbreweries of the tobacco . . .", San Jose Mercury News, Jan. 9, 1996 with chapter from Minorities and Cancer on "The Targeting of Minority Groups by the Tobacco Industry"

Box-folder 2:93

"Force of Habit" (movies & smoke), Los Angeles Times, Sept. 5, 1996 Section F, P. 1

Box-folder 2:94

"MicroSmokes, " Brand Week, Sept. 11, 1996

 

Miscellaneous Materials on Tobacco, n.d.

Physical Description: Box 2:95-97

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arrangement is by subject, chronologically where possible for correspondence, articles and reports. Wherever possible, original folder titles have been preserved. Where original order was discernible, this was preserved. Otherwise, an assumed order was imposed based on observed groupings.
Box-folder 2:95

Tobacco Facts

Box-folder 2:96

Tobacco Article

Box-folder 2:97

"Quit Tips!"

 

Tobacco and Youth, 1998-1999, n.d.

Physical Description: Box 2:98-104

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arrangement is by subject, chronologically where possible for correspondence, articles and reports. Wherever possible, original folder titles have been preserved. Where original order was discernible, this was preserved. Otherwise, an assumed order was imposed based on observed groupings.
Box-folder 2:98

"Queer Youth & Tobacco!" (flyers)

Box-folder 2:99

Teens and Tobacco

Box-folder 2:100

Articles on Queer Youth/Risk Behavior

Box-folder 2:101

Youth Risk Taking & Smoking, Sept. 11, 1999

Box-folder 2:102

"Teen Smoker Lag worried PM"

Box-folder 2:103

"Prospective Socio-Psychological Factors of Adolescent Smoking Progression" Journal of Adolescent Health ( 1999) (with marginalia)

Box-folder 2:104

Youth Chewing Tobacco, Aug. 1998, "Yo! & Yo!"

 

Related Campaigns and Groups, 1997-1999

Physical Description: Box 2:105-126

Scope and Content Note

Covered in this series are those activities not necessarily originated by CLSP but in which the organization may have participated or which contributed to CLSP goals. One subseries consists of media kits and other materials related to the smokefree bars and restaurants campaigns. The second deals with gay and lesbian groups and resources, and the third with youth groups and activities.

Arrangement

Arrangement is by subject, chronologically where possible for correspondence, articles and reports. Wherever possible, original folder titles have been preserved. Where original order was discernible, this was preserved. Otherwise, an assumed order was imposed based on observed groupings.
 

Smokefree Bars and Restaurants, 1995-1999

Physical Description: Box 2:105-113

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arrangement is by subject, chronologically where possible for correspondence, articles and reports. Wherever possible, original folder titles have been preserved. Where original order was discernible, this was preserved. Otherwise, an assumed order was imposed based on observed groupings.
Box-folder 2:105

Smokefree Bars and Restaurant Information (Media Kit)

Box-folder 2:106

Economic Impact of Smokefree Policies Americans for Nonsmokers Rights (ANR)

Box-folder 2:107

AB 13 & Smokefree Bar Information

Box-folder 2:108

"Bar Protest fails to Catch Fire," Los Angeles Independent, Nov. 22, 1995

Box-folder 2:109

Morris, Joe. "West Hollywood Bar Goes SmokeFree on Mondays," Gay & Lesbian Times, Nov. 30, 1995

Box-folder 2:110

"Should Bars Go Smokefree?" (editorial), Update, Mar. 26, 1997

Box-folder 2:111

Tobacco Prevention & Education Smoke Free Bars & Taverns, (information packet with accompanying original folder)

Box-folder 1:112

Smokefree Bars Signs, 1998

Box-folder 1:113

"Busting Smokers Riles Barkeeps," SF Examiner, Feb. 22, 1999

 

Gay and Lesbian Groups and Resources, 1997, n.d.

Physical Description: Box 2:114-117

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arrangement is by subject, chronologically where possible for correspondence, articles and reports. Wherever possible, original folder titles have been preserved. Where original order was discernible, this was preserved. Otherwise, an assumed order was imposed based on observed groupings.
Box-folder 2:114

Out & Free Materials (Seattle, Washington)

Box-folder 2:115

"Substance Abuse Resources," (Booklet)

Box-folder 2:116

ACS Lesbian & Gay Affiliate San Diego 1997 Materials

Box-folder 2:117

Carole Migden Piece, (1997)

 

Youth Groups, 1998-1999

Physical Description: Box 2:118-126

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arrangement is by subject, chronologically where possible for correspondence, articles and reports. Wherever possible, original folder titles have been preserved. Where original order was discernible, this was preserved. Otherwise, an assumed order was imposed based on observed groupings.
Box-folder 2:118

University of Minnesota Youth and AIDS Projects

 

Oh My!:

Box-folder 2:119

Conference, 1998

Box-folder 2:120

Workshops, 1999

Box-folder 2:121

Workshop Forms and Information

Box-folder 2:122

BARTER (Bay Area Region Tobacco Education Resource) Youth Summit & Statewide Conference

Box-folder 2:123

Coleman Youth Advocates, May 1998

Box-folder 2:124

Tobacco Free Project Youth Advisory Committee

Box-folder 2:125

Health Initiatives for Youth

Box-folder 2:126

Health and Wellness Track Youth Leadership Conference, 1999

 

Ephemera, 1995-1999

Physical Description: Box 3:1-26

Scope and Content Note

This group of papers consists mainly of newspaper and magazine articles dealing with tobacco, but it also includes pamphlets and smoking cessation materials from other groups.

Arrangement

Arrangement is by subject, chronologically where possible for correspondence, articles and reports. Wherever possible, original folder titles have been preserved. Where original order was discernible, this was preserved. Otherwise, an assumed order was imposed based on observed groupings.
Box-folder 3:1

Anti-tobacco Campaigns

Box-folder 3:2

Newspaper Clippings

Box-folder 3:3

Misc. Items

Box-folder 3:4

Small or "hip" tobacco companies

Box-folder 3:5

Smokeless Cigarettes and Non-tobacco Cigarettes

Box-folder 3:6

"Community Advocate Program," San Francisco Independent Article, Mar. 1995

Box-folder 3:7

VSF Opens Its Arms to San Francisco," Bay Area Reporter, Dec. 7, 1995

Box-folder 3:8

"Accepting Ads Doesn't Equal Advocacy," (editorial) Gay & Lesbian Times, 1996

Box-folder 3:9

Pruzan, Todd "Brewing New Ties to Gay Consumers," Ad Age, 1996

Box-folder 3:10

Levin, M. "Tobacco Companies. . . inundate state offices with requests," Los Angeles Times, Apr. 21, 1996

Box-folder 3:11

Mother Jones, Special Issue, May/Jun 1996

Box-folder 3:12

"U.S. Tobacco Exports Fuel Smoking Increase," San Francisco Chronicle, Sept. 30, 1996 p. E1

Box-folder 3:13

"Smoking linked to loss of Vision," Journal of the American Medical Association, Oct. 9, 1996

Box-folder 3:14

"Tobacco $$ for the gay community: Lucky Strike--or a cancer?", Bay Area Reporter, Dec. 5, 1996, p. 18

Box-folder 3:15

Williams, Lance "Wilson undercut TV ads on smoking," San Francisco Examiner, Dec. 22, 1996 Front Page

Box-folder 3:16

Alcohol Targeting LGBT, Article

Box-folder 3:17

Collins, G. "RJR Nabisco Posts Gain in 4th Qtr." (Tobacco Shrinks), New York Times, Jan. 29, 1997

Box-folder 3:18

Frontier's Article, Dec. 1997

Box-folder 3:19

Multinational Tobacco Market, 1997

Box-folder 3:20

1997 Clippings

Box-folder 3:21

"The Gay Fight Against Tobacco," Girlfriends, Feb. 1999

Box-folder 3:22

Frontiers Article About Gay Men & Cancer/Smoking

Box-folder 3:23

Pamphlets

Box-folder 3:24

Misc. (Pamphlets and Flyers)

Box-folder 3:25

Smoking Cessation Information

Box-folder 3:26

Materials from the Smokers Helpline

 

Administrative Records, 1994-1999

Physical Description: Box 3:27-47

Scope and Content Note

These records consist of focus group materials, reports, papers relating to mini-grants, general correspondence, working papers and staff materials.

Arrangement

Arrangement is by subject, chronologically where possible for correspondence, articles and reports. Wherever possible, original folder titles have been preserved. Where original order was discernible, this was preserved. Otherwise, an assumed order was imposed based on observed groupings.
 

Miscellaneous, 1994, 1997-1999

Physical Description: Box 3:27-37

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arrangement is by subject, chronologically where possible for correspondence, articles and reports. Wherever possible, original folder titles have been preserved. Where original order was discernible, this was preserved. Otherwise, an assumed order was imposed based on observed groupings.
Box-folder 3:27

Cancer Research Center, Moscow

Box-folder 3:28

Mentors, CompuMentor, Notes of Upgrades, CF Comp. Meetings (staff computers)

Box-folder 3:29

1994 Workshop Kit

Box-folder 3:30

Tobacco Industry in LGBT magazines

Box-folder 3:31

Project Y.E.S. Presentation

Box-folder 3:32

BARTER (Bay Area Region Tobacco Education Resources) Mini-Grant, 1998

Box-folder 3:33

Correspondence

Box-folder 3:34

Board of Supervisors Hearing

Box-folder 3:35

Magazine Article

Box-folder 3:36

"Out of the Closets", 1999

Box-folder 3:37

(Letter to editor of Oui Magazine, Sept. 26, 1997)

 

Reports, 1999, n.d.

Physical Description: Box 3:38-42

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arrangement is by subject, chronologically where possible for correspondence, articles and reports. Wherever possible, original folder titles have been preserved. Where original order was discernible, this was preserved. Otherwise, an assumed order was imposed based on observed groupings.
Box-folder 3:38

Contact HIFY (Health Initiatives for Youth)

Box-folder 3:39

Contact Reports, Lavender Youth Recreation and Information Center (LYRIC)

Box-folder 3:40

Contact--Outlet

Box-folder 3:41

Youth Leadership Institute, YLI Contact

Box-folder 3:42

Facilitators Report

 

Focus Groups, 1995-1996, n.d.

Physical Description: Box 3:43-47

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Arrangement is by subject, chronologically where possible for correspondence, articles and reports. Wherever possible, original folder titles have been preserved. Where original order was discernible, this was preserved. Otherwise, an assumed order was imposed based on observed groupings.
Box-folder 3:43

Focus Groups

Box-folder 3:44

LGBT/Binder Focus Group, Sept. 1995

Box-folder 3:45

California Tobacco--San Francisco and Los Angeles Focus Group Results, 1996

Box-folder 3:46

San Diego Focus Groups

Box-folder 3:47

Los Angeles Focus Group on Smoking Public Service Announcement