THE CENTER AUDIO-VIDEO COLLECTIONS

 

The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center National History Archive

The Center Audio-Video Collections comprise of digitized audiovisual materials in The LGBT Community Center National History Archive. The Archive was founded in 1990 by volunteer archivist Rich Wandel to document the history of the LGBT community. It is a community-based archive that collects, preserves and makes available to the public the documentation of LGBTQ lives and organizations centered in and around New York. Through the archive's collections, the Center enables the stories and experiences of New York’s LGBTQ people to be told with historical depth and understanding. The Archive is under the auspices of The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center.

The Center Audio-Video Collections is a project by students at the Pratt Institute School of Information with the support of the archivist at the Center. For further research and related material on the digitized collections, please contact archive@gaycenter.org

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A day at the park. 1974. 8mm film. Still from the item Rudy Grillo Moving Image #2.
The Meat Rack. 1978. 8mm film. Still from the item Rudy Grillo Moving Image #3.

Gay Activists Alliance at the Pride March. 1994. VHS. Still from the item Rudy Grillo Moving Image #8.
Visiting the Copacabana. 1985. U-matic tape. Still from the item Gay Morning America, Season 2, Show 12.
George Sardi interviews fashion designer Gillman Sang. 1985. U-matic tape. Still from the item Gay Morning America, Season 2, Show 15.

Opening credits. 1985. U-matic tape. Still from the item Gay Morning America, Season 3, Show 5.