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Organization of the Collection

 

Record Group 1: Biographical and Personal Writings

 

Series 1. Biographical Materials

 

Series 2. Photographs

 

Series 3. Childhood Memorabilia Series 4. Diaries and Journals

 

Series 5. Miscellaneous Personal Writings

 

Series 6. AIDS-related Materials

 

Record Group 2: Correspondence

 

Series 1. Medical Correspondence

 

Series 2. FTM Correspondence [RESTRICTED]

 

Series 3. General Correspondence

 

Record Group 3: Publications and Related Materials

 

Series 1. Information for the Female-to-Male Cross-Dresser and Transsexual

 

Series 2. From Female to Male: The Life of Jack B. Garland

 

Series 3. Short Published Works

 

Record Group 4: Interests and Activities

 

Series 1: Interests and Activites

 

Record Group 5: Research Files on Gender, Cross-Dressing, and Transsexuality

 

Series 1. Clippings Files

 

Series 2. Pamphlets, Articles, and Books

 

Series 3. Miscellaneous Gender-Related Materials

 

Series 4. Bibliographies and Indexes

 

Series 5. Audio Tapes

 

Series 6. Video Tapes

 

Record Group 6: Computer-Readable Documents

 

Series 1: Computer-Readable Documents

File Folder List

Box 1, Folder 1

1:1 Louis Sullivan Biographical File

Folder 2

1:2 Photographs

Folder 3

1:3 Childhood Memorabilia

Folder 4

1:4 Journals, 1961-64

Folder 5

1:4 Journals, 1965-66

Folder 6

1:4 Journals, 1967

Folder 7

1:4 Clippings from Journal, 1967

Folder 8

1:4 Journals, 1968-69

Folder 9

1:4 Journals, 1970-71

Folder 10

1:4 Journals, 1972-74

Folder 11

1:4 Journals, 1975-79

Folder 12

1:4 Journals, 1979-81

Folder 13

1:4 Journals, 1981-84

Folder 14

1:4 Journals, 1984-87

Folder 15

1:4 Journals, 1987-89

Folder 16

1:4 Journals, 1990-91

Folder 17

1:4 Genitoplasty Journal, 1986-87

Folder 18

1:4 Journal Excerpts, Feb., 1966; typed transcripts

Folder 19

1:4 Journals, 1961-71; typed transcripts

Folder 20

1:4 Journals, 1972-74; typed transcripts

Box 2, Folder 21

1:5 Somewhere There is Comfort, 1964

Folder 22

1:5 Not Only Mortally, 1965

Folder 23

1:5 The Ordeal, c. 1965

Folder 24

1:5 Patience, c. 1965

Folder 25

1:5 Misc. Unfinished Stories, c. 1965

Folder 26

1:5 Is a Policeman My Friend?, c. 1965

Folder 27

1:5  Beatles(1 of 2)

Folder 28

1:5  Beatles (2 of 2)

Folder 29

1:5 Misc. Poetry, 1965-70

Folder 30

1:5 Misc. Prose, 1964-68

Folder 31

1:5 Misc. Fiction, c. 1967

Folder 32

1:5  Misc. Personal Writings, c. 1967-72 (1 of 2)

Folder 33

1:5  Misc. Personal Writings, c. 1967-72 (2 of 2)

Folder 34

1:5 Misc. Personal Writings, c. early 1970s

Folder 35

1:5 Misc. Personal Papers, c. early 1970s

Folder 36

1:5 Sex Fantasies

Folder 37

1:5 Draft of Letter, c. early 1970s.

Folder 38

1:5 Poems/Lyrics

Folder 39

2:1 Correspondence, Stanley Bieber, 1986

Folder 40

2:1 Correspondence, Brownstien and Falces, 1980-90

Folder 41

2:1 Correspondence, David Foerster, 1981-89

Folder 42

2:1 Correspondence, Gender Identity Assoc., 1986-89

Folder 43

2:1 Correspondence, David Gilbert, 1989

Folder 44

2:1 Correspondence, Angelo Tornabene (Mario Martino), 1979-89

Folder 45

2:1 Correspondence, Stanford Gender Dysphoria Program, 1976-89

Folder 46

2:1 Correspondence, University of Virginia, 1986-89

Folder 47

2:1 Correspondence, Misc. Surgeons, Clinics, Programs

Folder 48-80

2:2 FTM Correspondence [RESTRICTED]

Folder 81

2:3 Correspondence, John Armstrong, 1989-90

Folder 82

2:3 Correspondence, Howard Beck, 1983-90

Folder 83

2:3 Correspondence, Berdache Society, 1979

Folder 84

2:3 Correspondence, Allan Bérubé, 1979-1986

Folder 85

2:3 Correspondence, Dr. Ray Blanchard, 1987-89

Folder 86

2:3 Correspondence, Robert Blumberg, 1990

Folder 87

2:3 Correspondence, Vern Bullough, 1988-89

Folder 88

2:3 Correspondence, Eli Coleman and Walter Bockting, 1987-91

Folder 89

2:3 Correspondence, Confide Counseling Service, 1979

Folder 90

2:3 Correspondence, Charles Creegan, 1981-90

Folder 91

2:3 Correspondence, Susan Duehlmeir, 1972-73

Folder 92

2:3 Correspondence, F.A.C.T., 1979-81

Folder 93

2:3 Correspondence, Lin Fraser, 1986-89

Folder 94

2:3 Correspondence, G.P.U., 1975-78

Box 3, Folder 95

2:3 Correspondence, William Henkin, 1989-91

Folder 96

2:3 Correspondence, Alyn Hess, 1983-89

Folder 97

2:3 Correspondence, Dan Hutchinson, 1984-85

Folder 98

2:3 Correspondence, Lane Jannsen, 1979

Folder 99

2:3 Correspondence, Pam Johnson, 1979-80

Folder 100

2:3 Correspondence, Paul Johnson, 1988

Folder 101

2:3 Correspondence, Ari Kane, 1988-90

Folder 102

2:3 Correspondence, Charles Kiley, 1988-90

Folder 103

2:3  Correspondence, Jim Koetting, 1973 (1 of 5)

Folder 104

2:3  Correspondence, Jim Koetting, 1973; typed transcripts(2 of 5)

Folder 105

2:3  Correspondence, Jim Koetting, 1974 (3 of 5)

Folder 106

2:3  Correspondence, Jim Koetting, 1980-84 (4 of 5)

Folder 107

2:3  Correspondence, Jim Koeeting, 1985-90 (5 of 5)

Folder 108

2:3  Correspondence, Elizabeth Marshall, 1975-76 (1 of 3)

Folder 109

2:3  Correspondence, Elizabeth Marshall, 1977-90 (2 of 3)

Folder 110

2:3  Correspondence, Elizabeth Marshall, typed transcripts (3 of 3)

Folder 111

2:3 Correspondence, David Maxwell, 1984

Folder 112

2:3 Correspondence, Eldon Murray, 1982-1990

Folder 113

2:3 Correspondence, Jude Patterson, Sr. Mary Elizabeth, 1985-89

Folder 114

2:3 Correspondence, Dr. Ira Pauly, 1987-89

Folder 115

2:3 Correspondence, Virginia Prince, 1979-86

Folder 116

2:3 Correspondence, Rupert Raj, 1982-90

Folder 117

2:3 Correspondence, Rennaisance Gender Identity Service, 1979

Folder 118

2:3 Correspondence, Kim Stuart, 1981-86

Folder 119

2:3 Correspondence, Jean Van Aarle, 1989-91

Folder 120

2:3 Correspondence, We Are, 1980

Folder 121

2:3 Correspondence, Paul Walker, 1982-88

Folder 122

2:3 Correspondence, Alice Webb, 1986-90

Folder 123

2:3 Correspondence, Tom Zamont

Folder 124

2:3  Correspondence, Misc., 1979-83 (1 of 3)

Folder 125

2:3  Correspondence, Misc., 1984-88 (2 of 3)

Folder 126

2:3  Correspondence, Misc., 1989-91 (3 of 3)

Folder 127

2:3 Correspondence, Coming Up! Personal Ads, Replies, Responses

Folder 128

2:3 Correspondence, re: Gender Dysphoria Symposia, 1986-90

Folder 129

3:1 Information for the Female-to-Male, 1st ed. 1980

Folder 130

3:1 Information for the Female-to-Male, 2nd and 3rd eds., 1984-90

Folder 131

3:2 Jack B. Garland, Original Manuscript

Folder 132

3:2 Jack B. Garland, 2nd Revised Draft

Folder 133-A

3:2  Jack B. Garland, 3rd Revised Draft

Folder 133-B

3:2  Jack B. Garland, Final Draft

Folder 134

3:2  Jack B. Garland, Notes (1 of 3)

Box 4, Folder 135

3:2  Jack B. Garland, Notes 2 of 3

Folder 136

3:2  Jack B. Garland, Notes 3 of 3

Folder 137

3:2  Jack B. Garland, Notes and Letters

Folder 138

3:2 Jack B. Garland, Misc. Notes

Folder 139

3:2 Jack B. Garland, Misc.

Folder 140

3:2 Jack B. Garland, Graphics

Folder 141

3:2 Correspondence re: Garland; Lou Sullivan with Alyson Press

Folder 142

3:2 Correspondence re: Garland; Misc. Publishers

Folder 143

3:2 Reviews of Garland Biography

Folder 144

3:2 Advertisements for Garland Biography

Folder 145

3:3 Articles Written By Lou Sullivan (w/ Drafts, Correspondence)

Folder 146

3:3 "Looking Towards Transvestite Liberation," 1973

Folder 147

3:3 GPU News (Milwuakee): Issues with Articles by Sheila Sullivan

Folder 148

3:3 Review, Lothstein, FTM Transsexualism; Notes, Drafts, Corres.

Folder 149

3:3 Article, material on Jack B. Garland for San Joachin Historian

Folder 150

3:3 Presentation, "A Transsexual's View of Masculinity," 1988, 1989

Folder 151

3:3 "Sullivan's Travels," The Advocate # 526, June, 1989

Folder 152

3:3  "Passing Fancy II," Correspondence (1 of 3)

Folder 153

3:3  "Passing Fancy II," Drafts and Notes (2 of 3)

Folder 154

3:3  "Passing Fancy II," Misc. Material (3 of 3)

Folder 155

4:1 ACLU Transsexual Rights Commission, 1984-1991

Folder 156

4:1 C.I.P. (Cruising Impaired Persons)

Folder 157

4:1 F.O.G. (Fraternal Order of Gays)

Folder 158

4:1 E.T.V.C. (Educational TV Channel)

Folder 159

4:1  FTM Get-Together Flyers (1 of 3)

Folder 160

4:1  FTM Membership Survery, Cardiovascular Health (2 of 3)

Folder 161

4:1  FTM Video Collection, Related Materials (3 of 3)

Folder 162

4:1  GLHS Archives Committee (1986-89) (1 of 2)

Folder 163

4:1  GLHS Newsletters (2 of 2)

Folder 164

4:1  GGG/G (Golden Gate Girls/Guys) Organizational Documents, Orientation and Membership Material, 1978-79 (1 of 4)

Folder 165

4:1  GGG/G, Misc. Papers, 1977-86 (2 of 4)

Folder 166

4:1  GGG/G, Membership Questionnaire, July, 1979 (3 of 4)

Folder 167

4:1  GGG/G, Directories and Resource Lists, 1979-82 (4 of 4)

Folder 168

4:1 Jack and Jill Club

Folder 169

4:1 Metamorphosis Medical Research Foundation, 1982-88

Folder 170

4:1 NGLTF/NGRA

Folder 171

4:1 SF Forum

Folder 172

4:1 The Small Club

Folder 173

4:1 TV/TS Tapestry

Box 5, Folder 174

5:1 Clippings, Graphic Images, FTMs

Folder 175

5:1  Clippings, Passing Women (1 of 4)

Folder 176

5:1  Clippings, Passing Women (2 of 4)

Folder 177

5:1  Clippings, Passing Women (3 of 4)

Folder 178

5:1  Clippings, Passing Women (4 of 4)

Folder 179

5:1 Clippings and Note about Passing Women

Folder 180

5:1  Clippings, Female-to-Male, 1886-1985 (1 of 2)

Folder 181

5:1  Clippings, Female-to-Male, 1886-1985 (2 of 2)

Folder 182

5:1 Clippings, Female-to-Male, 1986-88

Folder 183

5:1 Clippings, Female-to-Male, 1989-91

Folder 184

5:1 Clippings, Transsexuality and Gender-Bending, 1990-91

Folder 185

5:1 Clippings, Misc., Mostly MTF Transsexuality and Cross-Dressing

Folder 186

5:1 Clippings, Misc. Transsexuality, Undated

Folder 187

5:1  Clippings, Misc., Gender (1 of 3)

Folder 188

5:1  Clippings, Misc., Gender (2 of 3)

Folder 189

5:1 r  Clippings, Misc., Gende(3 of 3)

Folder 190

5:1  Clippings and Notes, Misc. Sexuality

Folder 191

5:2 Rosa Bonheur

Folder 192

5:2 Narrative of the Life of Mrs. Charlotte Charke

Folder 193

5:2 The Female Marine

Folder 194

5:2 Cecil Dreeme

Folder 195

5:2 The Female Review: Life of Deborah Sampson

Box 6, Folder 196

5:2 A  rticles, Anon. (1 of 8)

Folder 197

5:2  Articles, Baucom--Clare (2 of 8)

Folder 198

5:2  Articles, Clark, Joanna (3 of 8)

Folder 199

5:2  Articles, Clinton--Gunthiel (4 of 8)

Folder 200

5:2  Articles, Hirschfeld--Parker(5 of 8)

Folder 201

5:2  Articles, Pauley, Ira (6 of 8)

Folder 202

5:2  Articles, Prince--Strassberg (7 of 8)

Folder 203

5:2  Articles, Stuart--Wise (8 of 8)

Folder 204

5:3 Gender, Misc. Ephemera

Folder 205

5:3 Les Nichols/Annie Sprinkle Subject File

Folder 206

5:3 Testosterone Package Inserts

 

[Folder # 207 Omitted]

Folder 208

5:3 HBIGDA Standards of Care

Folder 209

5:3  Midi Onodera, Project XXY: ID I Am (1 of 2)

Folder 210

5:3  Midi Onodera, Project XXY: ID I Am (2 of 2)

Folder 211

5:3 Sally Jesse Raphael Transcripts #5, #51, #169

Folder 212

5:3 Proceedings of the 2nd Interdisciplinary Symposium on Gender Dysphoria

Folder 213

5:3 She Even Chewed Tobacco

Folder 214

5:4 Bibliography: Genital Reconstruction

Folder 215

5:4 Bibliography: Biographies of Passing Women

Folder 216

5:4  Bibliography: J. Terry, "Locating Ourselves in the History of Sexuality"

Folder 217

5:4  Bibliography: Transsexuality, 1967-70, 1969-74, 1972-76(1 of 5)

Folder 218

5:4  Bibliography: Transsexuality, 1977-79, 1980-82 (2 of 5)

Folder 219

5:4  Bibliography: Transsexuality, 1983, 1984-86 (3 of 5)

Folder 220

5:4  Bibliography: Transsexuality, MEDLINE Database (4 of 5)

Folder 221

5:4  Bibliography: Transsexuality, Misc. (5 of 5)

Folder 222

5:4 Card Index 1

Folder 223

5:4 Card Index 2

Folder 224

5:5 Audio Tape #1

Folder 225

5:5 Audio Tape #2

Folder 226

5:5 Audio Tape #3

Folder 227

5:5 Audio Tape #4

Folder 228

5:5 Audio Tape #5

Folder 229

5:5 Audio Tape #6

Folder 230

5:5 Audio Tape #7

Folder 231

5:5 Audio Tape #8

Folder 232

5:5 Audio Tape #9

Folder 233

5:5 Audio Tape #10

Folder 234

5:5 Audio Tape #11

Folder 235

5:5 Audio Tape #12

Folder 236

5:5 Audio Tape #13

Folder 237

5:5 Audio Tape #14

Box 7, Folder 238

5:6 Video Tape #1

Folder 239

5:6 Video Tape #2

Folder 240

5:6 Video Tape #3

Folder 241

5:6 Video Tape #4

Folder 242

5:6 Video Tape #5

Folder 243

5:6 Video Tape #6

Folder 244

5:6 Video Tape #7

Folder 245

5:6 Video Tape #8

Folder 246

5:6 Video Tape #9

Folder 247

5:6 Video Tape #10

Folder 248

5:6 Video Tape #11

Folder 249

5:6 Video Tape #12

Folder 250

5:6 Video Tape #13

Folder 251

5:6 Video Tape #14

Folder 252

5:6 Video Tape #15

Folder 253

5:6 Video Tape #16

Folder 254

5:6 Video Tape #17

Folder 255

5:6 Video Tape #18

Folder 256

5:6 Video Tape #19

Folder 257

5:6 Video Tape #20

Folder 258

1:6 Aerosol Pentamidine: Participation as Human Subject in Study of

Folder 259

1:6 UCSF AIDS Study: Participation as Human Subject

Folder 260

1:6 Hospitalization Records

Folder 261

1:6 AIDS Medication Schedules, 1987-91

Folder 262

6:1 Jack B. Garland Biography Back-up Diskettes

Folder 263

6:1 Journals, 1961-76, Back-up Diskettes

Folder 264

6:1 Journals, 1977-84; Back-up Diskettes, plus "Family"

Folder 265

6:1 Misc. Diskettes

Appendix A: Principal Correspondents of Lou Sullivan

 

John Armstrong (1989-1990)

 

organizer of F2M, a peer-support group for female-to-males based in Tenafly, New Jersey.

 

Howard Beck (1983-1990)

 

gay male friend of Sullivan's from Milwaukee; contains much information on day-to-day activities and interests.

 

Allan Bérubé (1979-1986)

 

gay male historian in San Francisco; regards activities in GLHS and public presentations Bérubé made on the history of FTM cross-dressers in San Francisco.

 

Dr. Ray Blanchard (1987-1989)

 

regarding the recognition of female-to-gay male transsexuality by gender dysphoria professionals.

 

Dr. Walter Bockting (1987-1991)

 

regarding using Sullivan as a case study for an article in a scientific journal on female-to-gay male transsexuality.

 

Charles Creegan (1981-1990)

 

gay male friend from GPU News; contains family and personal news, accounts of day-to-day activities.

 

Susan Duehlmeier (1972-1973)

 

worked as a secretary with Sullivan in the Slavic Languages Department at UWM; contains interesting discussions of feminism, the sexual revolution, and gender identity.

 

F.A.C.T. [Foundation for the Advancement of Canadian Transsexuals] (1979-1981)

 

primarily with Nickolas Ghosh; a good account of Sullivan's life at the time he began taking hormones, had the mastectomy, and began living full time as a gay man.

 

Lin Fraser (1986-1989)

 

prominent San Francisco psychotherapist specializing in gender dysphoria, regarding activities on behalf of the transgender community, as well as professional reference for Sullivan's attempts to obtain sex-reassignment surgery.

 

Alyn Hess (1983-1989)

 

landscape architect and gay community activist in Milwaukee, one of the founders of the GPU. Much of the later correspondence deals with how Sullivan and Hess each coped with AIDS.

 

Jim Koetting (1973-1974, 1980-1990)

 

Sullivan's first important lover; the correspondence offers a fascinating account of shifting sexual tensions during Sullivan's early transsexual coming out, as well as an intimate portrait of a complex, troubled friendship stretching over two decades.

 

Elizabeth Marshall (1975-1990)

 

childhood friend of Sullivan's who maintained contact throughout transition; notable for its documentation of how Marshall came to accept her old girlfriend becoming a gay man.

 

Eldon Murray (1982-1990)

 

guiding force of the GPU News, correspondence contains information of gay/lesbian activism in the upper Midwest, as well as personal news and information.

 

Rupert Raj (1982-1990)

 

publisher of Metamorphosis, a journal for FTM transsexuals, to which Sullivan regularly contributed; excellent source of information on the growth of the FTM community.

 

Kim Stuart (1981-1986)

 

male-to-female transsexual author and transgender community activist; regards events in the San Francisco TV/TS subculture.