Marcy Rein papers

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2020


Descriptive Summary

Title: Marcy Rein papers
Dates: 1983-1994
Collection Number: 1998-14
Creator/Collector:
Extent: 4 linear feet
Repository: GLBT Historical Society
San Francisco, California 94103
Abstract: The Marcy Rein papers contain subject files related to her writings on queer issues and radical politics. Rein, a political organizer active in LGBT politics in San Francisco in the 1980s and 1990s, wrote for an assortment of women’s left and queer publications, sometimes under the name Rose Appleman.
Language of Material: English

Access

Collection is open for research.

Publication Rights

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Preferred Citation

Marcy Rein papers. GLBT Historical Society

Acquisition Information

Gift of Marcy Rein on March 24, 1998.

Scope and Content of Collection

The Marcy Rein papers contain subject files related to her writings on queer issues and radical politics. Rein, a political organizer active in LGBT politics in San Francisco in the 1980s and 1990s, wrote for an assortment of women’s left and queer publications, sometimes under the name Rose Appleman. The collection contains materials she collected to write her articles, including mass mailings, conference materials, press packets, newsclippings, published materials and audiotapes. Rein filed these materials together with her notes, drafts and completed articles, and the original order has been maintained. Prominent subjects include AIDS and AIDS-related topics, political prisoners and LGBT rights.

Indexing Terms

AIDS (disease)
Journalism
Feminism
Lesbians