Degania Golove, 1929-2015, was a celebrated activist and historian who focused on lesbian history. She was a longtime volunteer
and one-time coordinator of the June L. Mazer Archives. This collection includes Golove's compilation of Women's Studies syllabi,
correspondence between Golove and various researchers, professors, and educators, and drafts of biographies of contributors
to a study she intended to publish about lesbian studies, among other materials.
Degania Golove, born April 17, 1929, was a longtime volunteer and one-time coordinator of the June L. Mazer Archives. Throughout
her life, she was consistently acknowledged for her research assistance on gay and lesbian history. She received a Women in
Leadership Award from the West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce in acknowledgement of her community and activist work. Golove
died in Los Angeles on July 17, 2015.
1.2 linear feet
(3 document boxes)
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