Gerber Hart Library and Archives

Gerber Hart Library and Archives Gerber/Hart is an LGBT library, archives and cultural center- one of the largest such organizations in the United States. Gerber/Hart is also an entirely volunteer-run organization
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Gerber/Hart Library and Archives was founded in 1981 to be a depository for the records of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer-identified (LGBTQ) individuals and organizations, and for other resources bearing upon their lives and experiences in American society. Gerber/Hart Library and Archives has since grown into being the Midwest’s largest LGBTQ circulating library with over 14,000 volumes, 800 periodical titles, and 100 archival collections. Hosting various programs and events that support its beliefs that knowledge is the key to dispelling homophobia and that affirming information about lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender persons is critical to fostering pride and self confidence, Gerber/Hart Library and Archives seeks to not only preserve and protect items of LGBT individuals and organizations, but to be a conduit for change. Recently relocated in the Rogers Park neighborhood of Chicago, Gerber/Hart Library and Archives serves the research and recreational reading needs of the Chicago metro area and the Midwest, and through participation in the Interlibrary Loan program, people throughout the U.S.

Operating as usual

Throwback Thursday featuring historian John D’Emilio in his living room in the early 1970s! Join us tonight to hear from...
10/22/2020

Throwback Thursday featuring historian John D’Emilio in his living room in the early 1970s! Join us tonight to hear from John about his new book, Queer Legacies: Stories form Chicago’s LGBTQ Archives, with Owen Keehnen (@owenkeehnen) and Unabridged Books (@unabridgedbooks)!
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Historian, author, and current Gerber/Hart President of the Board John D’Emilio will be joined in conversation by author and activist Owen Keehnen, author of Dugan's Bistro and the Legend of the Bearded Lady TONIGHT, Thursday, October 22nd, at 7 PM Central.
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Head to Unabridged Books (@unabridgedbooks ) to purchase the book and register for the event and learn more about Chicago LGBTQ history!
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#gerberhart #johndemilio #unabridged #lgbtq #virtualevent #tbt

There’s a breeze in the air and we’re finally celebrating flannel weather here in Chicago with one of our favorite poste...
10/21/2020

There’s a breeze in the air and we’re finally celebrating flannel weather here in Chicago with one of our favorite posters! The poster is advertising a lesbian travel guide from the early 80s. Did you know that Gerber Hart has a collection of LGBTQ travel guides? Stop by to peruse one and learn about the historic queer spots in your city!
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#gerberhart #flannelseason #lesbian #placesofinteresttowomen #lesbiantravel #lesbiantravelguide #gaytravelguide #chicagolesbians #lgbtq

Miss Tillie “The Dirty Old Lady of Chicago” showing off that classic outfit - opera gloves, maxi skirt, and clasp-front ...
10/21/2020

Miss Tillie “The Dirty Old Lady of Chicago” showing off that classic outfit - opera gloves, maxi skirt, and clasp-front midriff-baring shirt. Perfect for a night in by the fire.
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Happy Tillie Tuesday! Every week we feature a photo from the archival collection of our favorite vintage drag queen, Tillie "The Dirty Old Lady of Chicago." This photo is one of the oldest we have of Miss Tillie and is likely from the 1940s.
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#gerberhart #thedirtyoldladyofchicago #tillie #tillietuesday #tillietuesdays #lgbtq #vintagedrag #dragqueen #chicagodrag #chicagodragqueen #friendoftillie #1940s #queerarchives

10/20/2020

45 years ago today in Chicago's LGBTQ history: on October 20, 1975, two women - Nancy Davis and Toby Schneiter - applied for a marriage license at the Cook County building in downtown Chicago. Denied the license, they began a sit in and hunger strike, were arrested and then released, returned and continued the sit in, and were finally arrested again and jailed. Their protests continued for several months.

This Thursday! Join us for a virtual discussion of historian John D’Emilio’s new book Queer Legacies: Stories form Chica...
10/19/2020

This Thursday! Join us for a virtual discussion of historian John D’Emilio’s new book Queer Legacies: Stories form Chicago’s LGBTQ Archives with Owen Keehnen (@owenkeehnen) and Unabridged Books (@unabridgedbooks)!
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Historian, author, and current Gerber/Hart President of the Board John D’Emilio will be joined in conversation by author and activist Owen Keehnen, author of Dugan's Bistro and the Legend of the Bearded Lady this Thursday, October 22nd, at 7 PM Central.
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Head to Unabridged Books (@unabridgedbooks ) to purchase the book and register for the event!
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REVIEW OF QUEER LEGACIES:
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The variety of LGBTQ life in Chicago is too abundant and too diverse to be contained in a single place. But since 1981, the Gerber/Hart Library and Archives has striven to do just that, amassing a wealth of records related to the city’s gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and queer-identified people and organizations. In Queer Legacies, John D’Emilio—a pioneering scholar in the field—digs deep into Gerber/Hart’s collection to unearth a kaleidoscopic look at the communities built by generations of LGBTQ people. Excavated from one of the country’s most important, yet overlooked, LGBTQ archives, D’Emilio’s entertaining and enthusiastic essays range in focus from politics and culture to social life, academia, and religion. He gives readers an inclusive and personal look at fifty years of a national fight for visibility, recognition, and equality led by LGBTQ Americans who, quite literally, made history. In these troubled times, it will surely inspire a new generation of scholars and activists.
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#gerberhart #johndemilio #unabridged #lgbtq #virtualevent

10/18/2020

50 years ago today in Chicago's LGBTQ history: On October 17, 1970, Good Shepherd Parish, a Chicago congregation of the Metropolitan Community Church, received its charter from the mother church in Los Angeles. Founded by Reverend Arthur Green, Good Shepherd was only the 4th MCC congregation to form, and the first outside California.

It’s Friday and we are here to help make sure your feed is full of LGBTQ content!.Happy LGBTQ History Month! Want to get...
10/16/2020

It’s Friday and we are here to help make sure your feed is full of LGBTQ content!
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Happy LGBTQ History Month! Want to get even more Queer & Trans historical content in your instagram feed? This month we are highlighting 12 LGBTQ history accounts from across the US.
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Today we are highlighting:
@swvalgbtqhistory
@invisiblehistoriesproject
@queeriodicals
@thedallasway
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Give them a follow! And for even more, check out:
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@leatherarchives
@sclgbtqarchive
@bflolgbtqhistory
@bostonlgbtqhistory
@blacklesbianarchives
@stlouislgbthistory
@queerzines
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#gerberhart #lgbtq #followfriday #lgbtqhistorymonth

#Tbt to Roby Landers and Chicago's Club Chesterfield in what looks to be the early 1960s. Club Chesterfield was a popula...
10/15/2020

#Tbt to Roby Landers and Chicago's Club Chesterfield in what looks to be the early 1960s. Club Chesterfield was a popular drag bar in the mid-60s at Clark and Diversey.
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Roby Landers was a prolific drag performer who put on productions at the most prestigious drag clubs in Chicago in the 1960s and 1970s including The Blue Dahlia, The Chesterfield, and Sparrow’s, gaining notoriety not only for directing and performing in productions, such as the “Roby Landers Hot Pants Revue,” but also for an outrageous drag demeanor and penchant for bawdy jokes.
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Roby also opened The House of Landers at 936 W Diversey. While The House of Landers closed after only a few years, it drew a large crowd of big names, including Tillie “The Dirty Old Lady of Chicago,” Jackie Knight, Ebony, Timi Saxton, Kiki St. John, Lisa Eaton, Jerri Anthony, and Artesia Welles along with Roby herself. Landers later hosted annual Halloween balls with Jim Flint (owner of The Baton who performed as Felicia) frequently serving as an emcee.
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#gerberhart #robylanders #tbt #chicagodraghistory #draghistory #drag #chicagodrag #houseoflanders #lgbtq #queerarchives #librariesofinstagram

Miss Tillie knows you don’t need to leave home to find a dramatic backdrop! Happy Tillie Tuesday! .Every week we feature...
10/14/2020

Miss Tillie knows you don’t need to leave home to find a dramatic backdrop! Happy Tillie Tuesday!
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Every week we feature a photo from the archival collection of our favorite vintage drag queen, Tillie "The Dirty Old Lady of Chicago." This photo features Miss Tillie in likely the 1970s.
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#gerberhart #thedirtyoldladyofchicago #tillie #tillietuesday #tillietuesdays #lgbtq #vintagedrag #dragqueen #chicagodrag #chicagodragqueen #friendoftillie #1970s #queerarchives

It’s #followfriday ! Happy LGBTQ History Month! Want to get even more Queer & Trans historical content in your instagram...
10/09/2020

It’s #followfriday ! Happy LGBTQ History Month! Want to get even more Queer & Trans historical content in your instagram feed? This month we are highlighting 12 LGBTQ history accounts from across the US.
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Today we are highlighting:
@bostonlgbtqhistory
@blacklesbianarchives
@stlouislgbthistory
@queerzines
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Give them a follow! And for even more, check out:

@swvalgbtqhistory
@invisiblehistoriesproject
@queeriodicals
@thedallasway
@leatherarchives
@sclgbtqarchive
@bflolgbtqhistory

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#lgbt #lgbtq #lgbthistory #lgbtqhistory #lgbthistorymonth #lgbtqhistorymonth #queer #trans #transgender #lesbian #gay #bi #bisexual #history #archives #pride

Our virtual panel is tomorrow at 1:00 PM! Register today to learn more about Chicago LGBTQ history! Panelists will inclu...
10/09/2020

Our virtual panel is tomorrow at 1:00 PM! Register today to learn more about Chicago LGBTQ history!

Panelists will include Dalila Fridi, Gary Chichester, Caprice Carthans, and Carrie Barnett. Co-moderated by Rick Karlin of Chicago LGBT Hall of Fame and Jen Dentel of Gerber/Hart Library and Archives.

Register in advance here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0pceyvrD0iEtWWxn9lA384p578CxV4a_OB

Throwback Thursday featuring Carrie Barnett and Brett Shingledecker of People Like Us Books in the mid-1990s! .Carrie wi...
10/08/2020

Throwback Thursday featuring Carrie Barnett and Brett Shingledecker of People Like Us Books in the mid-1990s!
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Carrie will be one of our panelists this Saturday on the Chicago LGBT Hall of Fame virtual panel. If you haven't registered yet, please go to gerberhart.org!
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Carrie and Brett founded People Like Us Books, Chicago's only exclusively LGBTQ bookstore in 1988. The store was open until 1997 and located on Clark, just north of Belmont. The store did not separate lesbian and gay male literature, but instead Carrie and Brett shelved everything together by genre. When the store opened, Shingledecker said “We want to be everything for everyone. Some people want to read Andrea Dworkin and some other people want to read 'Macho Sluts.'”
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To learn more about about Chicago LGBTQ history and the Chicago LGBT Hall of Fame, please join us for our virtual panel this Saturday, 10/10 at 1:00 PM CST.
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#gerberhart #tbt #peoplelikeusbooks #virtualevent

Gerber Hart Library and Archives's cover photo
10/08/2020

Gerber Hart Library and Archives's cover photo

Our four panelists for our Chicago LGBT Hall of Fame virtual panel!Please join us this Saturday, October 10th, at 1:00 P...
10/06/2020

Our four panelists for our Chicago LGBT Hall of Fame virtual panel!

Please join us this Saturday, October 10th, at 1:00 PM. Register at gerberhart.org

Panelists will discuss their inductions to the Hall of Fame, their contributions to Chicago LGBTQ history, and the importance of institutions like the Chicago LGBT Hall of Fame and Gerber/Hart to preserving the legacy of Chicago LGBTQ history.

Panelists will include Dalila Fridi, Gary Chichester, Caprice Carthans, and Carrie Barnett. Co-moderated by Rick Karlin of Chicago LGBT Hall of Fame and Jen Dentel of Gerber/Hart Library and Archives.

Register in advance here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0pceyvrD0iEtWWxn9lA384p578CxV4a_OB

Announcing our first panelist for the Chicago LGBT Hall of Fame virtual panel this Saturday!.CARRIE BARNETT (inducted in...
10/05/2020

Announcing our first panelist for the Chicago LGBT Hall of Fame virtual panel this Saturday!
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CARRIE BARNETT (inducted in 1998) was active in the Chicago queer community from 1988-2018. She co-owned People Like Us Books, Chicago's only exclusively LGBT bookstore, from 1988-1997. Her involvement in the community grew from the bookstore's presence and included multiple terms on the board of Gerber/Hart, first in the early 1990s and again in 2010s. She was part of the team that opened the library after its protracted closure between the Granville and Clark Street locations. Carrie was inducted into the Chicago LGBT Hall of Fame as an individual in 1998 and for her business, People Like Us Books, in 2017. She lives in Columbia, MO where she continues to work at her virtual software company. 
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Founded in 1991, the Chicago LGBT Hall of Fame is both a historic event and an exhibit. Through the Hall of Fame, residents of Chicago and the world are made aware of the contributions of Chicago’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities and the communities’ efforts to eradicate homophobic bias and discrimination.
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In advance of the 2020 Hall of Fame virtual induction ceremony, Gerber/Hart will host a virtual panel discussing the history of the Chicago LGBT Hall of Fame. The panel will take place Saturday, October 10, 1:00 p.m. (Central).
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Panelists will discuss their inductions to the Hall of Fame, their contributions to Chicago LGBTQ history, and the importance of institutions like the Chicago LGBT Hall of Fame and Gerber/Hart to preserving the legacy of Chicago LGBTQ history.
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Panelists will include Dalila Fridi, Gary Chichester, Caprice Carthans, and Carrie Barnett. Co-moderated by Rick Karlin of Chicago LGBT Hall of Fame and Jen Dentel of Gerber/Hart Library and Archives. 
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Virtual panel will take place on Saturday, October 10th, at 1 PM CST over Zoom.
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Register at gerberhart.org!
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#gerberhart #chicagolgbthalloffame #virtualevent #librariesofinstagram

Miss Tillie know you don’t have to go out to get all dolled up. Happy Tillie Tuesday! .Every week we feature a photo fro...
09/29/2020

Miss Tillie know you don’t have to go out to get all dolled up. Happy Tillie Tuesday!
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Every week we feature a photo from the archival collection of our favorite vintage drag queen, Tillie "The Dirty Old Lady of Chicago." This photo features Miss Tillie in likely the 1950s or 1940s.
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#gerberhart #thedirtyoldladyofchicago #tillie #tillietuesday #tillietuesdays #lgbtq #vintagedrag #dragqueen #chicagodrag #chicagodragqueen #friendoftillie #glam #showbiz #1950s #1940s #glamour #pose #werq #queerchicago #gaychicago #queerarchives #librariesofinstagram #gaylibrary #queerlibrary

Gerber/Hart is excited to be a Community Co-Presenter for two films, Ahead of the Curve and The Capote Tapes, at the 202...
09/28/2020

Gerber/Hart is excited to be a Community Co-Presenter for two films, Ahead of the Curve and The Capote Tapes, at the 2020 Reeling Film Fest!

Reeling Film Festival, Chicago's premier LGBTQ+ International Film Festival, will run virtually and be available to audiences in the entire state of Illinois from September 24 to October 4. Their program features an exciting, diverse lineup of films from around the world, including two documentaries about queer histories.

Check through the photos for more details about each film, and join us on October 4th at 7:00 PM CST for a live Q&A with Ahead of the Curve Director Jen Rainin and Franco Stevens (Founder, CURVE/DENUEVE). Moderated by Co-Editor in Chief of the Chicago Reader and founder of Rebellious Magazine, Karen Hawkins.

TOMORROW! Join us at 3:30 PM CST for our virtual panel celebrating 40 years of Artemis Singers!.Panelists will discuss t...
09/25/2020

TOMORROW! Join us at 3:30 PM CST for our virtual panel celebrating 40 years of Artemis Singers!
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Panelists will discuss the past, present, and future of Artemis Singers and include Ruth Clark, Meta Hellman, and Elise Dunham, moderated by Diana Clegg.
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Artemis Singers was the first women’s singing ensemble in the U.S. to explicitly label herself a lesbian feminist chorus, and she is dedicated to performing music written or arranged by women and thus highlighting historical, political, and personal events and experiences common to women. Artemis Singers’ initial meeting took place in June 1979, and the chorus was formally introduced in December 1980 at the second annual Chicago Gay/Lesbian Community Band and Windy City Gay Chorus concert, “Don We Now . . . II.”
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Register in advance at the link below (or check our Facebook or gerberhart.org for a direct link), and join us TOMORROW, September 26th, from 3:30-5:00 PM CST to celebrate and learn more about the history of Artemis Singers!
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https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZErcOmrrT8pEtXDIHBIQM574OP5rqh8bgum
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#gerberhart #artemissingers #virtualprogram #lesbian #fishingwiththelesbians #lesbian #librariesofinstragram #lesbianlibrary

#tbt! Take a look through at photos of Artemis Singers over the years, and join us THIS SATURDAY at 3:30 PM for our virt...
09/24/2020

#tbt! Take a look through at photos of Artemis Singers over the years, and join us THIS SATURDAY at 3:30 PM for our virtual panel celebrating 40 years of Artemis Singers!
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Photo 1: Artemis Singers in the Early 80s
Photo 2: Pride Parade 1988
Photo 3: 1994, Dreams of Peace, Howard Street Theater
Photo 4: Warmups at 2010 Sister Singers National Network Festival
Photo 5: 2016 - "Voices of Joyful Rebellion" Pride Concert
Photo 6: 2019 - Women & Children First 40th Birthday
Photo 7: Artemis Singers in 1981
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Artemis Singers was the first women’s singing ensemble in the U.S. to explicitly label herself a lesbian feminist chorus, and she is dedicated to performing music written or arranged by women and thus highlighting historical, political, and personal events and experiences common to women. Artemis Singers’ initial meeting took place in June 1979, and the chorus was formally introduced in December 1980 at the second annual Chicago Gay/Lesbian Community Band and Windy City Gay Chorus concert, “Don We Now . . . II.”
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Panelists will discuss the past, present, and future of Artemis Singers and include Ruth Clark, Meta Hellman, and Elise Dunham, moderated by Diana Clegg.
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Register in advance at the link below (or check our Facebook or gerberhart.org for a direct link), and join us on Saturday September 26th from 3:30-5:00 PM CST to celebrate and learn more about the history of Artemis Singers!
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https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZErcOmrrT8pEtXDIHBIQM574OP5rqh8bgum
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#gerberhart #artemissingers #virtualprogram #lesbian #fishingwiththelesbians #lesbian #librariesofinstragram #lesbianlibrary

It’s another issue of What’s in the Box Wednesday! This week, we take a look at our Artemis Singers collection from our ...
09/23/2020

It’s another issue of What’s in the Box Wednesday! This week, we take a look at our Artemis Singers collection from our archives. Want to learn more about Artemis Singers? Join us this Saturday for our virtual panel celebrating 40 years of Artemis Singers!
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Artemis Singers was the first women’s singing ensemble in the U.S. to explicitly label herself a lesbian feminist chorus, and she is dedicated to performing music written or arranged by women and thus highlighting historical, political, and personal events and experiences common to women. Artemis Singers’ initial meeting took place in June 1979, and the chorus was formally introduced in December 1980 at the second annual Chicago Gay/Lesbian Community Band and Windy City Gay Chorus concert, “Don We Now . . . II.”
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Panelists will discuss the past, present, and future of Artemis Singers and include Ruth Clark, Meta Hellman, and Elise Dunham, moderated by Diana Clegg.
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Register in advance at the link below (or check our Facebook or gerberhart.org for a direct link), and join us on Saturday September 26th from 3:30-5:00 PM CST to celebrate and learn more about the history of Artemis Singers!
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https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZErcOmrrT8pEtXDIHBIQM574OP5rqh8bgum
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#gerberhart #artemissingers #virtualprogram #lesbian #fishingwiththelesbians #lesbian #librariesofinstragram #lesbianlibrary
#whatsintheboxwednesday

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Exciting News and Events: http://www.gerberhart.org/news.html Mission Statement: Gerber/Hart Library believes that knowledge is the key to dispelling homophobia. A lesbian and gay library, archives, and cultural center, Gerber/Hart Library is dedicated to meeting the information needs of its unique community in a safe atmosphere that promotes research, exploration, and discovery. As a library, Gerber/Hart Library is committed to acquiring, preserving, and disseminating materials that embody the culture and history of gay men, lesbians, bisexuals, and transgender people. As an archives, Gerber/Hart Library is the repository for the records, papers, and other realia of lesbian and gay life, focusing primarily in the Chicago metropolitan area and the Midwest. As a cultural center, Gerber/Hart Library makes its collection active and accessible to the public through displays, talks and lectures, workshops and classes, as well as performance, video, and film. Gerber/Hart Library's collection and programming reflect the diversity and rich history of the lesbian and gay community. A permanent institution, Gerber/Hart Library is committed to the sound management of its resources.

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Saturday 10:00 - 16:00

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Getting ready to celebrate 40 years...
What a terrific exhibit opening tonight at Gerber/Hart! Large and engaged crowd, a wonderful exhibit on pre-Stonewall activism and . . . the desserts were terrific! :)
Boys on Purpose by Rodion Rebenyar http://amzn.to/1U5gwh4 A collection of poems, prose and stories with decidedly gay overtones and a nostalgic bend. Boys growing up in the United States during the 1950's and 60's had little, if any, information about being "different." There was literally no one to turn to for advice or encouragement. If anything, the dictates of the culture and societal pressures made them feel insecure and outcast. In this first-published collection, Sacramento-based writer Rodion Rebenyar has complied a variety of poems (written specifically for those who don't normally like to read poetry), prose and stories, which highlight one boy's journey through this turbulent decade. It is a time of discovery, terror and ultimate victory over body, mind and soul. Mature readers will relate to much of what is discussed here. It will make them laugh, cry, reflect and perhaps feel uncomfortable at times. Younger readers may gain insights from this collection and come to the conclusion that growing up gay in the United States hasn't changed that much in half a century. The collection is illustrated with many magazine covers and ad copy of the era, plus a series of classic cartoons by artist Richard Steen (all of which seem tame by today's standards, but which were highly controversial at the time they were published in male model and physique magazines).
The Fall Fundraiser last night was a resounding success. I want to give a huge THANKS to Wil Brant, Library Director, Carrie Barnett, Don Friedman and Charles Katzenmeyer of the Library Board, Steve Farias and Bill Bergfalk as Silent Auction Coordinators. What a dream team to work with. And of course big thanks to all the Library volunteers who did so much work during the event. You all made it so worthwhile, thank you all.
SURE HOPE YOU WILL BE ABLE TO JOIN US... Or send in a donation.... Keeping OUR history alive! "Brick by Brick: Saving and Growing LGBTQ History," our revived annual fundraiser will be held at Gerber/Hart on Saturday, November 4, taking over the building’s second floor for a night of fun and festivity, which will include dancing, a silent auction, and light refreshments-wine, beer, soda. There will also be opportunities to tour the restricted stacks (Archives and Special Collections) and check out the exhibits, including a special interactive display ... See More
HARTLINE [novel] Author: Helen Dunn Historical Lesbian fiction with supernatural elements Set in the 1800's, Hartline is the tale of two sisters, one straight and one gay, and the thwarted loves and emotional pain of their lives and relationships, along with others who live in the town of Hartline and the surrounding area. Hartline is the kind of town where the Sheriff is co-owner in the brothel while forbidding his daughter to associate with Cat MacDonald, the lesbian who dresses in drag and lives up on the ridge with her clairvoyant grandmother. Sheriff L. C. Larson's treachery has a wide reach. Sally MacDonald's chance at love with a good man may have been ruined by Larsen. Nothing is beyond L.C. not even murder. Savannah Lily Jordan, a lesbian gifted with second sight and a disregard for convention, is sent to stay with her Aunt Alberta Brandt, by her distraught father. However, Savannah has her own ideas about who she wants to keep company with, and to hell with her reputation. She too will cross paths with L.C., as well as the town's madame, and the supernatural. Available at amazon as an e-book: http://amzn.to/1OvBl1O FREE to those with Kindle Unlimited. Don't have a Kindle—no problem—an app can allow you to download this book to any reading device. The URL given is for Amazon USA, but this book and all my books are available in other countries where Amazon is on-line. Please visit my author's page at Amazon to see all my books, excerpts are at the screen for each individual book. http://amzn.to/1jh5IEN If you read a book and enjoy it, please consider leaving a review at amazon. It will be much appreciated. Thank you.