Correspondence, meeting files, newsletters, membership applications, financial documents, and event flyers of Gay and Lesbian
United Employees (GLUE), 1995-2009. GLUE was founded to support gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender individuals employed
by the City of Los Angeles.
Gay and Lesbian United Employees (GLUE) was founded in 1991 to support gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender individuals
employed by the City of Los Angeles, affiliated through the office of the City Clerk. The organization promoted itself as
a support mechanism for employees contending with on the job issues related to their sexual orientation. In addition, GLUE's
board members planned activities that generally fell into several categories:
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1 box, 1 banner (oversize).
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