Finding aid of the Joseph M. Carrier Papers

Michael C. Oliveira
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Finding aid of the Joseph M. Carrier Papers

Collection number: Coll2007-001

ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives

Los Angeles, California
Processed by:
Michael C. Oliveira
Date Completed:
January 17, 2007
Encoded by:
Michael C. Oliveira
© 2006 ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives. All rights reserved.
Processing this collection has been funded by a generous grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.


Descriptive Summary

Title: Joseph M. Carrier papers
Dates: 1908-2002
Bulk Dates: (bulk 1970-1990)
Collection number: Coll2007-001
Creator: Carrier, Joseph M., 1927-
Collection Size: 22 archive boxes 9.3 linear feet
Repository: ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives.
Los Angeles, California 9007
Abstract: Correspondence, surveys, questionnaires, interviews, research notes, journal reviews, conference materials, and published reference materials documenting Carrier's anthropological field research, particularly in the years 1970-1990, on homosexual behaviors of men of Spanish and Indian ancestry in Mexico and of Hispanic and Vietnamese males in Southern California and his work with the Orange County Health Agency AIDS Community Education Project (ACEP).
Languages: Languages represented in the collection: English and Spanish

Access

The collection is open to researchers when ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives is open, and at other times by appointment. Access to some documents containing personal identifiable information may be restricted. For further information, contact the Archives staff.

Publication Rights

Researchers wishing to publish material must obtain permission in writing from ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives, as physical owner and as holder of the copyright to the materials.

Preferred Citation

Box #, folder #, Joseph M. Carrier papers, Coll2007-001, ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives, Los Angeles, California.

Acquisition Information

Gift of Joseph M. Carrier, June 22, 2006.

Processing Information

Collection processed by Michael C. Oliveira, January 17, 2007.
Processing this collection has been funded by a generous grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.

Biography

Joseph Michel Carrier, Jr., was born on December 23, 1927, in Miami, Florida. He enlisted in the Marine Corps in 1945, but was still in boot camp when World War II ended, and was discharged early. After earning a BA in Geography from the University of Miami in 1950, he was recalled by the Marines for fourteen months and completed his tour as a sergeant. In 1952, he received an MA in Economics from Purdue University. The following year Carrier traveled on a Fulbright Scholarship to India, where he researched the economic effects of energy resource distribution in the northeastern region of the country. In 1954, he taught geography at the University of Miami. He then relocated to California where, after a brief stint at North American Aviation, he joined the Rand Corporation, for whom he worked from 1956 to 1968 as a research analyst on various projects. In 1968, upon returning to the United States after performing field research as a counterinsurgency specialist in Vietnam, Carrier was told of his pending dismissal for "economic reasons." In fact, his fellow employees in Saigon had reported a suspected homosexual affair with a Vietnamese Air Force officer to his superior in the Santa Monica office. At the time Rand considered homosexuals a security risk and subject to dismissal; however Carrier negotiated his departure from the company without admitting to the affair. His resignation provided Carrier the opportunity to return to school to study anthropology. Professor Duane Metzger of the University of California at Irvine was open to the concept of a graduate student researching male homosexuality, but advised Carrier to avoid mentioning homosexuality when applying to the graduate program. The UC Irvine program allowed one off-campus expert to serve on graduate advisory committees. Carrier sought out Evelyn Hooker, a UCLA professor and research authority on homosexuality. At Metzger's suggestion Carrier focused on homosexual behaviors in Mexico. He obtained a National Institute of Health two-year pre-doctoral fellowship and from the autumn of 1969 to the spring of 1971, conducted research in Guadalajara, observing and interviewing urban Mexican mestizos men who had sex with men. This was the first doctoral-level anthropological field research focused on homosexual behaviors. He received his Ph.D. the following year.
With no prospects for a position in sex research, Carrier briefly served as a staff officer at the National Academy of Science, where he researched the effects of herbicides utilized by American military forces in South Vietnam. From 1973 to 1987, he worked part-time as an evaluator of experimental law enforcement programs in the state of California. The part-time nature of this work allowed Carrier to continue his research, and extend the scope of fieldwork into the Mexican states he passed through on his drive from California to Guadalajara. The rise of the AIDS epidemic underscored the importance of Carrier's work, as his research on Mexican men who have sex with men provided public health officials with insights on this previously undocumented world. In the fall of 1987, Carrier joined the Orange County Health Agency AIDS Community Education Project (ACEP) to develop effective HIV/AIDS educational materials for the men of Mexican origin in Orange County. In a county biographical sketch published in 1991 he is described as the health agency's Chief Social Scientist. He retired in 1992. In his final year with ACEP, Carrier conducted an ethnographic study of the sexual behaviors of men of Vietnamese origin in Orange County. He continues to study men of Mexican and Vietnamese origins in order to develop a greater understanding of their sexual behaviors that will allow service providers to create and implement more effective HIV/AIDS educational programs. In 1995, the culmination of more than twenty-five years of his research, De Los Otros: Intimacy and Homosexuality among Mexican Men was published.
Sources:
Joseph M. Carrier Papers, Coll2007-001, ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives, Los Angeles, California.
Carrier, Joseph M. De los otros intimacy and homosexuality among Mexican men (New York: Columbia University Press, 1995), ix-xxii.

Scope and Content of Collection

The Joseph M. Carrier papers comprise correspondence, surveys, questionnaires, interviews, research notes, journal reviews, conference materials, and published reference materials documenting Carrier's anthropological field research on homosexual behaviors in Mexico and Southern California and his work with the Orange County Health Agency AIDS Community Education Project (ACEP). Materials date from 1908 to 2002, with the bulk from 1970 to 1990.
The collection is organized into five series: 1) Correspondence, 2) Writings, 3) Research, 4) Professional Activities, and 5) Reference Materials. The Correspondence Series comprises letters related to his research and professional activities. The Writings Series consists of materials relating to Carrier's published works, including his book, De Los Otros: Intimacy and Homosexuality among Mexican Men , and journal articles and reviews. The Research Series comprises Carrier's original field research materials, including interviews, questionnaires, notes, and analysis of collected data, relating to the sexual behaviors of Mexican men in Mexico and Latinos and Vietnamese in Southern California. The Professional Activities Series documents Carrier's activities as peer reviewer, in particular for the Journal of Sex Research and the University of Chicago Press; as a member of the National Institutes of Health Mental Health AIDS Research Review Committee; as editor of the Anthropology Research Group on Homosexuality Newsletter (1979-1980); and as a speaker at national conferences. The Reference Materials Series comprises the bulk of the collection. The materials include copies of book chapters and journal articles, as well as typescripts, in particular on HIV/AIDS among Hispanics, ethnicity, gender, homosexuality, and Vietnamese sexuality. The papers also include materials acquired by Carrier during the late 1980s and early 1990s as a member of the Mental Health AIDS Research Review Committee (MHAZ) which reviewed grant proposals submitted to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Division of Research for review by the Alcohol, Drug Abuse, Mental Health Administration (ADAMHA) as well as miscellaneous reference materials from the Orange County Health Agency ACEP program. The materials also include newspaper and magazine clippings relating primarily to AIDS, gays, and Mexico, and brochures relating to AIDS/SIDA, and to Carrier's 2001 trip to Thailand.

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
AIDS (Disease)--Social aspects
Anthropology--Research--Gay men
Anthropology--Research--Mexico--Guadalajara
Anthropology--Research--Sex behavior--Male
Carrier, Joseph, 1927-
Homosexuality--Mexico--Guadalajara
Gay men--Sexual behavior--Mexico--Guadalajara
Gay men, Hispanic--Sexual behavior--California
Gay men, Vietnamese--Sexual behavior--California
Gay liberation movement--Mexico--Guadalajara
Sexual behavior surveys--Mexico--Guadalajara


Container List

 

Series 1:  Correspondence 1950-2000

Physical Description: 18 folders (0.9 linear feet)

Scope and Content Note

The files in the Correspondence Series are grouped into general correspondence, e-mail correspondence, and subject correspondence files. The general correspondence comprises primarily letters to Carrier, with Carrier’s response occasionally attached. The folders are in ascending chronological order, with the materials in each in reverse chronological order, following Carrier’s original arrangement. Undated materials are placed at the end of the group. The series includes two folders of printouts of e-mail correspondence, one of general correspondence, the other of correspondence relating to Carrier’s trip to Thailand in 2001. The subject files comprise several files created by Carrier. The Clark L. Taylor file includes correspondence concerning the organization of a workshop on homosexual research, as well as several of Taylor's typescripts. José Moreno was one of several Carrier research subjects who continued to correspond with him, and the file includes correspondence and interview notes utilized by Carrier in his research. Carrier also created subject correspondence files on the UCLA Gender Clinic, an article on the Omani xanith, and a review essay on homosexuality by Robert Endelman. The Evelyn Hooker correspondence file was created in the course of processing the collection.
 

General 1950-2000, undated

Box : Folder 1 : 1

1950-1969

Box : Folder 1 : 2

1970-1975

Box : Folder 1 : 3

1976-1979

Box : Folder 1 : 4

1980-1986

Box : Folder 1 : 5

1987-1989

Box : Folder 1 : 6

1990

Box : Folder 2 : 1

1991

Box : Folder 2 : 2

1992

Box : Folder 2 : 3

1993-2000

Box : Folder 2 : 4

Undated

Box : Folder 2 : 5

E-mail 1995-2000

Box : Folder 2 : 6

E-mail Carrier Thailand trip 2001-2002

Box : Folder 2 : 7

Evelyn Hooker 1966

 

Clark L. Taylor Jr. 1974-1994

Box : Folder 2 : 8

1974

Box : Folder 2 : 9

1975-1994

Box : Folder 3 : 1

UCLA Gender Clinic 1975

Box : Folder 3 : 2

Omani xanith and Robert Endelman controversies 1979-1985

Box : Folder 3 : 3

José Moreno 1982-1993

 

Series 2:  Writings 1971-2000

Physical Description: 13 folders(0.8 linear feet)

Scope and Content Note

The Writing Series is arranged chronologically and consists of hand written notes, typescript draft and page proofs of De Los Otros: Intimacy and Homosexuality among Mexican Men . The bulk of the series contains Carrier's typescript drafts and articles on Mexican male sexual behavior with other men with later articles examining the AIDS epidemic in Latino populations in Mexico and southern California. Notes and note cards found loose in Carrier's papers may be found in the miscellaneous folders in the Research Series.
Box : Folder 3 : 4

De Los Otros correspondence 1994-2000

Box : Folder 3 : 5-6

De Los Otros draft 1994

Box : Folder 3 : 7-8

De Los Otros page proofs 1995

Box : Folder 4 : 1

Published articles and reviews 1974-1993

 

Typescript articles 1971-1975

Box : Folder 4 : 2

1971-1975

Box : Folder 4 : 3

Circa 1972

Box : Folder 4 : 4

1976-1979

Box : Folder 4 : 5

1981-1989

Box : Folder 4 : 6

1988-1990

Box : Folder 5 : 1

1990-2000, undated

Box : Folder 5 : 2

Reviews 1978-2002

 

Series 3:  Research 1943-1995

Physical Description: 30 folders(1.6 linear feet)

Scope and Content Note

The Research Series comprises Carrier's research materials on the sexual behaviors of Mexican men in Mexico and Latinos and Vietnamese in Southern California. They are arranged chronologically, from Carrier’s proposals, through his interview notes and completed respondent questionnaires, to his analysis of the collected data. The bulk of the series consists of Carrier’s original notes and research in Guadalajara in 1968-1971. Carrier maintained contact with several respondents, and correspondence with these individuals will be found in the Correspondence Series. The series also includes materials concerning the gay liberation organization in Guadalajara, Grupo de Orgullo Homosexual de Liberación (GOHL).
 

Guadalajara 1960-1988

Box : Folder 5 : 3

Research and fellowship proposal 1969-1971

Box : Folder 5 : 4-5

Mexican census data and analysis 1960-1970

Box : Folder 5 : 6

Questionnaires 1970-1988

 

Interview notes 1970-1988

Box : Folder 5 : 7-8

1970

Box : Folder 6 : 1

1970-1988

Box : Folder 6 : 2

1970-1971

Box : Folder 6 : 3

Interview analysis circa 1971

Box : Folder 6 : 4

Field notes and diary 1969-1971

Box : Folder 6 : 5

Interview data 1971

 

Miscellaneous notes and research materials 1961-1991

Box : Folder 6 : 6

1961-1986

Box : Folder 6 : 7

1970-1991

Box : Folder 6 : 8

Mexican-American interview notes 1943-1977

Box : Folder 7 : 1

Grupo de Orgullo Homosexual de Liberación, GOHL 1981-1995

Box : Folder 7 : 2

Orange County interview notes 1984-1988

Box : Folder 7 : 3

Field and interview notes 1985-1991

Box : Folder 7 : 4

Orange County research proposal 1986-1988

Box : Folder 7 : 5

SIDA/STD questionnaires 1986-1991

 

SIDA questionnaires 1986-1988

Box : Folder 7 : 6

1986-1987

Box : Folder 7 : 7

1988

Box : Folder 7 : 8

SIDA questionnaires analysis 1988

Box : Folder 8 : 1-2

Mexican cultural questionnaires 1988-1990

Box : Folder 8 : 3

Miscellaneous interview notes 1989-1993

 

Vietnamese AIDS study 1986-1993

Box : Folder 8 : 4

Administrative documents 1991-1992

Box : Folder 8 : 5

Observations 1991-1992

Box : Folder 8 : 6

Interview notes 1992

Box : Folder 8 : 7

Report 1992

Box : Folder 8 : 8

Reference materials 1986-1993

 

Series 4:  Professional Activities 1975-2000

Physical Description:

13 folders(0.7 linear feet)

Scope and Content Note

This series contains materials relating to Carrier’s professional activities. It consists of three subseries: 1) Reviews, 2) the Anthropology Research Group on Homosexuality Newsletter (ARGOH), and 3) Professional Conferences.
 

Subseries 4.1:  Reviews 1988-1999

Physical Description: 3 folders(0.2 linear feet)

Scope and Content Note

The Reviews Subseries consists of Carrier's review of articles and manuscripts for publishers, including his peer reviews for Journal of Sex Research and University of Chicago Press. The correspondence and typescript documents in the University of Chicago file relate primarily to Annick Prieur. The subseries also includes Carrier’s reviews of grant applications for the National Institutes of Health Mental Health AIDS Research Review Committee (MHAZ). Some of the grant materials reviewed by Carrier can be found in the Research Materials Series, Grants Subseries. A number of Carrier's published reviews of articles and works are located in the Writings Series.
Box : Folder 8 : 9

NIH Mental Health AIDS Research Review Committee 1988-1989

Box : Folder 9 : 1

Journal of Sex Research 1991-1993

Box : Folder 9 : 2

University of Chicago Press and Annick Prieur 1994-1999

 

Subseries 4.2:  ARGOH Newsletter 1976-1980

Physical Description: 4 folders(0.3 linear feet)

Scope and Content Note

Carrier edited the Anthropology Research Group on Homosexuality (ARGOH) Newsletter in 1979-1980, and this subseries comprises editorial correspondence, administrative materials, such as mailing lists, and copies of the newsletter itself.
 

Correspondence 1976-1981

Box : Folder 9 : 3

1976-1979

Box : Folder 9 : 4

1979-1981

Box : Folder 9 : 5

Newsletters 1979-1987

Box : Folder 9 : 6

Administrative 1979-1980

 

Subseries 4.3:  Conference Materials 1975-2000

Physical Description: 6 folders(0.2 linear feet)

Scope and Content Note

This subseries documents Carrier's speaking engagements at various professional conferences. The files include conference materials, programs, and correspondence. The Binational AIDS Conference file contains a draft of Carrier's conference presentation for the conference.
Box : Folder 9 : 7

International Academy of Sex Research (IASR) 1975-1993

Box : Folder 9 : 8

Gay Academic Union (GAU) 1976-1978

Box : Folder 9 : 9

Latinos and AIDS: A National Strategy Symposium 1988

Box : Folder 10 : 1

Bi-National AIDS conference 1990

Box : Folder 10 : 2

Ethnographic Methods in HIV/AIDS Research 2000

Box : Folder 10 : 3

Miscellaneous brochures and conference materials 1975-1996

 

Series 5:  Reference Materials 1908-2002

Physical Description: 89 folders(3.7 linear feet)

Scope and Content Note

The Reference Material Series contains English- and Spanish-language materials collected by Carrier in the course of his research and professional contacts. The documents are organized into the following subseries: 1) unpublished typescripts, 2) book chapters and journal articles, 3) grants, 4) clippings, and 5) brochures. The documents in each category are arranged alphabetically by general topic.
 

Subseries 5.1:  Unpublished Typescripts 1955-2002

Physical Description: 19 folders(0.8 linear feet)

Scope and Content Note

The typescripts include unpublished and draft documents arranged alphabetically into the following topics: AIDS and ethnic minorities; AIDS and gay men; AIDS and Hispanics/Latinas; AIDS miscellaneous; AIDS in other countries (not United States); AIDS prevention; anthropological research in Oceania; gay liberation in Latin America; gay Mexicans; gay youth; miscellaneous documents on Hispanics; HIV; homosexuality in general; homosexuality in South America; miscellaneous; promiscuity and gays; sexual identity; and sexuality.
Box : Folder 10 : 4

AIDS - Ethnic minorities 1968-1988

Box : Folder 10 : 5

AIDS - Gays 1986-1987

Box : Folder 10 : 6

AIDS - Hispanics and Latinas 1987-1991

Box : Folder 10 : 7

AIDS 1989

Box : Folder 10 : 8

AIDS - Other countries 1987

Box : Folder 10 : 9

AIDS - Prevention 1985-1987

Box : Folder 10 : 10

Anthropology research - Oceania 1974

Box : Folder 11 : 1

Gay Mexicans 1974-1997

Box : Folder 11 : 2

Gay youth 1975

Box : Folder 11 : 3

Gay liberation movement - Latin America 1991-1999, undated

Box : Folder 11 : 4

Hispanic 1986-1987

Box : Folder 11 : 5

HIV 1989-1990

Box : Folder 11 : 6

Homosexuality 1979-1984

Box : Folder 11 : 7

Homosexuality - South America 1974

 

Miscellaneous 1955-1979

Box : Folder 11 : 8

1955-1976

Box : Folder 11 : 9

1978-1979, undated

Box : Folder 11 : 10

Promiscuity - gay 1969-1989

Box : Folder 11 : 11

Sexual identity 1977

Box : Folder 11 : 12

Sexuality 1975-2002

 

Subseries 5.2:  Book Chapters & Journal Articles 1908-2002

Physical Description: 32 folders(1.4 linear feet)

Scope and Content Note

The Book Chapters and Journal Articles files are arranged alphabetically on the following topics: AIDS anthropological and behavioral, AIDS governmental publications Mexico; AIDS governmental publications United States; AIDS and Hispanics, AIDS in medical journals, AIDS in Mexico and along the United States and Mexican border; Africa miscellaneous; Barrio language dictionary; culture miscellaneous; ethnicity; gender; HIV; homosexual adaptations, homosexuality and the law, homosexuality with Carrier marginalia, homosexuality, immigration, invectives, machismo, Mexican culture, poor and medical care, mental health, miscellaneous, pornography, prostitution, sexual behavior, sexuality, sexuality in Polynesia, sexually transmitted diseases, sexuality in Vietnam, and transvestism.
Box : Folder 12 : 1

AIDS - anthropological and behavioral 1984-1990

Box : Folder 12 : 2

AIDS - governmental publications - Mexico 1986-1990

Box : Folder 12 : 3

AIDS - governmental publications - United States 1988-1991

Box : Folder 12 : 4

AIDS - Hispanics 1990-1999

Box : Folder 12 : 5

AIDS - medical journals 1984-1990

Box : Folder 12 : 6

AIDS - Mexico, Mexico and US border 1989-1992

Box : Folder 12 : 7

Anthropological studies - Africa 1961-1976

Box : Folder 12 : 8

Barrio language dictionary 1974

Box : Folder 12 : 9

Concepts of culture 1945-1992

Box : Folder 13 : 1

Ethnicity 1975-1979

Box : Folder 13 : 2

Gender 1952-1992

Box : Folder 13 : 3

HIV infection 1988-1995

Box : Folder 13 : 4

Homosexual adaptions 1974, undated

Box : Folder 13 : 5

Homosexuality - Law 1968-1977

Box : Folder 13 : 6

Homosexuality 1958-1981

Box : Folder 13 : 7

Homosexuality 1987-1989, undated

Box : Folder 13 : 8

Homosexuality with marginalia 1908-1991

Box : Folder 13 : 9

Immigration 1987-1988

Box : Folder 13 : 10

Invectives 1972-1983

Box : Folder 14 : 1

Latin American / Mexican culture 1954-1977

Box : Folder 14 : 2

Machismo 1971-1988

Box : Folder 14 : 3

Mental health 1973-1987

Box : Folder 14 : 4-5

Miscellaneous 1940-1998

Box : Folder 14 : 4

1940-1988

Box : Folder 14 : 5

1993-1998

Box : Folder 14 : 6

Poor - Medical care 1989-1990

Box : Folder 14 : 7

Pornography 1973-1989

Box : Folder 14 : 8

Prostitution 1971-1999

Box : Folder 14 : 9

Sexual behavior 1963-1990

Box : Folder 15 : 1

Sexuality 1963-1984

Box : Folder 15 : 2

Sexuality - Polynesia undated

Box : Folder 15 : 3

Sexuality - Vietnam, Vietnamese 1995-2002

Box : Folder 15 : 4

Sexually transmitted diseases 1972-1991

Box : Folder 15 : 5

Transvestism 1935-1975

 

Subseries 5.3:  Grants 1985-1990

Physical Description: 24 folders(1.5 linear feet)

Scope and Content Note

The Grants Subseries comprises materials acquired by Carrier as a member of the Mental Health AIDS Research Review Committee (MHAZ), which reviewed proposals submitted to the Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration through the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Division of Research, as well as materials Carrier acquired while employed by the Orange County Health Agency AIDS Community Education Project (ACEP). The files are arranged in three broad categories: 1) proposals and grant applications; 2) articles and reports; and 3) miscellaneous. The proposals and grant applications consist of the appendix of a proposal or grant request of Susan Folkman, and documents on AIDS risk reduction among Black gay men; the effects of bereavement in partners of persons with AIDS; and the following grant applications for studies on: social factors in gay men and HIV; HIV seropositive asymptomatic Hispanics and Anglos; AIDS and adolescents; living with AIDS; interpersonal relationships and AIDS; an HIV/AIDS study questionnaire; and a cultural life style inventory. The articles and reports consist of typescripts and journal articles including HIV/AIDS, Hispanic smoking cessation, behavioral factors and HIV, heterosexual anal intercourse and AIDS; adolescent AIDS awareness, minority mental health research center, and planning in Latino communities. The miscellaneous files comprise administrative materials from the Orange County Health Agency AIDS Community Education Project (ACEP).
 

Proposals and grant application

Box : Folder 16 : 7-17 :4

HIV/AIDS articles and reports 1985-1990

Box : Folder 17 : 5

Hispanic smoking cessation project 1986

Box : Folder 15 : 6-7

AIDS risk reduction among black gay men 1988

Box : Folder 17 : 6

Behavioral factors and HIV 1988

Box : Folder 15 : 8

Effects of bereavement in partners of persons with AIDS 1988

Box : Folder 15 : 9

Folkman - AIDS UCLA 1988

Box : Folder 16 : 1

Social factors gay men and HIV 1988

Box : Folder 17 : 7

Heterosexual anal intercourse and AIDS 1988

Box : Folder 16 : 2

HIV/AIDS study questionnaires 1989

Box : Folder 16 : 3

HIV seropositive asymptomatic Hispanics and Anglos Study 1989

Box : Folder 16 : 4

Interpersonal relationships / HIV 1989

Box : Folder 16 : 5

AIDS and adolescents 1990

Box : Folder 16 : 6

Living with HIV 1990

 

Reports

Box : Folder 17 : 8

Adolescent AIDS awareness 1988-1989

Box : Folder 18 : 1-3

Minority mental health research center 1990

 

Miscellaneous

Box : Folder 18 : 4

HIV/AIDS planning in Latino communities 1991

Box : Folder 18 : 5-6

Orange County Health Care Agency 1988-1993

Box : Folder 18 : 7

Questionnaires circa 1990

 

Subseries 5.4:  Clippings 1964-2000

Physical Description: 12 folders(1.3 linear feet)

Scope and Content Note

The clippings files are arranged alphabetically into the following topics and subtopics: AIDS; AIDS/SIDA and Hispanics; gay rights in Guadalajara; violence against gays; homosexuality; miscellaneous, Mexico; motion pictures and televisions; prostitution; and sexuality. The series also includes Mexican tabloid newspapers, Alarma and Alerta concerning homosexuality, transvestites, and violence against gays located in an oversized box.
Box : Folder 18 : 8

AIDS 1986-1996

Box : Folder 19 : 1

AIDS/SIDA - Hispanic 1986-1992

Box : Folder 19 : 2

Gay Rights in Guadalajara 1989-2000

Box : Folder 19 : 3

Gays - violence 1975-1995

Box : Folder 19 : 4

Homosexuality 1974-1993

Box : Folder 19 : 5

Immigration 1977-1991

Box : Folder 19 : 6

Miscellaneous 1964-1995

Box : Folder 19 : 7

Mexico 1985-1991

Box : Folder 19 : 8

Motion pictures and television 1975-1986

Box : Folder 20

Mexican tabloid newspapers 1970-1982

Box : Folder 19 : 9

Prostitution 1970-1992

Box : Folder 19 : 10

Sexuality 1971-1993

 

Subseries 5.5:  Brochures 1986-2001

Physical Description: 18 folders(0.1 linear feet)

Scope and Content Note

The brochures files contain AIDS/SIDA brochures, primarily from southern California and Mexico, as well as various brochures Carrier collected on his 2001 trip to Southeast Asia, including gender studies programs, AIDS and sexually transmitted disease prevention programs, and gay bars.
Box : Folder 19 : 11-12

AIDS / SIDA Brochures 1986-1992

Box : Folder 19 : 13

Miscellaneous brochures Asia trip 2001