Administrative records, drawings, correspondence, and publicity material, 1990-2002, from Eugene Salandra documenting the
New York City Radical Faeries. The bulk of the collection is art work by Salandra used for the group's
Faerie Gram newsletter.
In the late-1970s, gay rights pioneer Harry Hay and his partner John Burnside were among the co-founders of the Radical Faeries,
a "New Age tribal spiritual movement" that organized gay consciousness-building retreats in scenic natural settings. A New
York City group formed, circa 1979. Throughout the 1990s, animator Eugene Salandra was the primary artist for the group's
newsletter Faerie Gram.
1.6 Linear Feet
1 archive carton, 1 flat archive box.
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The collection is open to researchers. There are no access restrictions.