Constitution, bylaws, meeting minutes, correspondence, flyers, event programs, questionnaires, membership lists, and a photograph,
1972-1983, from Kingmasters in Los Angeles. Kingmasters was a gay men's social group formed to promote fraternity between
organizations and the community in general with an emphasis on charitable work.
Founded on July 29, 1971, Kingmasters was a gay men's social group in Los Angeles formed to promote fraternity between organizations
and the community in general with an emphasis on charitable work. Membership was restricted to gay men and included an elected
board of Kingmasters officers. The organization met on a weekly basis and regularly organized events and social gatherings
with leather, motorcycle, and western themes. Kingmasters also encouraged members to organize fundraising events for other
organizations such as the Gay Community Services Center, HELP Inc., and the Metropolitan Community Church.
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