Digitally recorded oral histories of LGBTQIA and PRIDE Cal Poly campus students and staff focusing in the LGBTQIA experience
in San Luis Obispo.
The Cal Poly LGBTQIA Oral History Project was a research project about history of San Luis Obispo County’s lesbian, gay, bisexual,
and transgendered community and its allies. The project was conducted by Professor Dr. Tom Trice of the Departments of History
and Women's and Gender Studies. The primary purpose of the study was to record and preserve oral histories of individuals
who identify as members or allies of this community so that students of local history and LGBT history may gain a more thorough
understanding of their past. Seven participants were interviewed at the Cal Poly campus by Dr. Tom Trice and by members of
the History and Women's and Gender Studies Departments.
7 digital audio recordings
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