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Major accessions to repositories in 2015 relating to LGBT

Local

Bristol Record Office

  • OutStories Bristol: records rel to exhibition on LGBT lives in Bristol 2014 (40482/DE/31)

Cambridgeshire Archives

  • Cambridge Campaign for Homosexual Equality: minutes, newsletters and other papers c1975-1982 (R115/043)
  • Cambridge Gay Outdoor Club: programmes and other papers c1988-1992 (R115/043)
  • Cambridge Gay Group: minutes, newsletters and other papers c1982-1992 (R115/043)

East Sussex Record Office

  • Hastings and Rother Rainbow Alliance, lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans community support group: oral history recordings 2013-2014 (ACC 12301)

Greater Manchester County Record Office (with Manchester Archives)

  • Allan Horsfall (1927-2012), gay rights activist: personal papers c1960-2011 (GB124.G.HOR)
  • This is How We Got Here, LGBT activist stories: oral histories 2014-2015 (GB124.LGBTCENTRE)

Lambeth Archives

  • Duckie: HLF supported project, incl interviews with Paul O'Grady and others associated with the Royal Vauxhall Tavern 2014 (ARC/2015/01)

Museum of Croydon

  • Croydon Area Gay Society: records incl administrative documents and newsletters 1971-2014 (AR1113)

Special

Bishopsgate Institute

  • Switchboard: minutes, papers and accounts 1974-2015 (SWITCHBOARD)

Black Cultural Archives

  • Rudy Loewe (fl 2007-2016), artist: comic "Claude McKay: Queer, Black and Radical" 2014 (AC2015/16)

Labour History Archive and Study Centre (People's History Museum/University of Central Lancashire)

  • Lesbian Gay Bisexual Trans History Festival, campaign group: festival ephemera 2015 (1448)
  • Lesbians and Gays Support the Miners: papers of Bruce Currie incl copy records, corresp and personal papers 1984-1985 (1442)
  • LGBT Youth North West, campaign group: campaign ephemera 2015 (1449, 1472)

University

Cambridge University: King's College Archive Centre

  • Alan Mathison Turing (1912-1954), mathematician: letters to Philip Nicholas Furbank and Furbank's papers as Turing's executor c1947-2014 (AMT/F/1 & uncatalogued)

London University: London School of Economics Library, Archives and Special Collections

  • Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement: additional papers incl minutes and corresp c1990-2009 (HCA/LGCM)