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Major accessions to repositories in 2019 relating to LGBTQ


Barnsley Archive and Local Studies Department

  • Barnsley Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Forum: papers of the Forum, incl historical research, registration documents, corresp and programmes 2006-2014 (A/3812/G)

Liverpool Record Office

  • Dr April Ashley MBE, (b 1935), model: photographs, newspaper and magazine articles nd (ACC 7345)

London Metropolitan Archives: City of London

  • Aids Since the 80's project: digital oral history interviews 2015-2017 (B19/052)
  • Positively UK, HIV support charity: annual reports, newsletters and other publications, oral history project, correspondence, photographs 1980s-2010s (B19/094)

Warwickshire County Record Office

  • Montague Charles Glover (1898-1983), architect and photographer: copies of monochrome photographs depicting his partner Ralph Hall (1913-1987) and other gay men c1930 (Z1169(sm))

West Yorkshire Archive Service, Leeds

  • West Yorkshire Queer Stories Project: oral history recordings 2015-2019 (WYL2600)


British Library, Manuscript Collections

  • Charles Philip Castle Kains-Jackson (1857-1933), poet and lawyer: 'Carmina', notebook of poems 1904-1911 (Add MS 89380)


Bishopsgate Institute

  • Club Subversion, fetish club: flyers, reviews and papers 2005-2018 (CSA)
  • Emmanuel Cooper (1938-2012), potter and writer on the arts: papers regarding art and artists and involvement with various LGBTQ+ organisations, including Gay Left, the Campaign for Homosexual Equality 1956-2009 (COOPER)
  • Gay Authors' Workshop and Paradise Press: papers, publications, cassette tapes, reel-to-reel footage and ephemera of Michael Harth and Rex Batten, writers and members of the Gay Authors Workshop 1961-2018 (GAW)
  • William Ward (1927-1996) British erotic artist: drawings, illustrations, photographs and publications 1950s-1990s (BILLWARD)
  • WOTEVER Archive, queer arts and culture: papers, audio visual material, magazines, zines and other material 1983-2019 (WOTEVER)
  • Robert Workman (fl 1974-1986) photographer: extensive photographic archive of negatives and prints created while staff photographer for Gay News 1974-1986 (WORKMAN)
  • Griffith Vaughan Williams (1940-2010) LGBT rights advocate: papers, correspondence and material rel to LGBT campaigning and involvement with the Campaign for Homosexual Equality 1946-2011 (CHE/WILLIAMS)
  • Ruby Venezuela (d2018) performer and drag artiste: papers incl scripts, song sheets, lyrics, programmes, cuttings, photos and audio cassettes of backing tracks and performances from Soho nightclub Madame JoJo's and other events 1982-2003 (RV)
  • Nicky Lindsay Stones (1944-2017) FTM transgender person and trans advocate: personal papers, diaries and photo albums 1953-2017 (STONES)


Glasgow University Archive Services

  • Jacqueline Margaret Kay (b1961), Scots Makar, poet & novelist: copies (2) of poem commissioned for the signing of Memorandum of Understanding that commits the University of Glasgow and The University of the West Indies to work together in the foundation of a Glasgow-Caribbean Centre for Development Research 2019 (ACCN 4305)

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

  • London Gay Teenage Group: newsletters, minutes and papers, collated by activist Gregg Blachford 1981-1986 (HCA/BLACHFORD)
  • Outrage!, LGBT rights group: press releases, flyers and photographs of campaigns, collated by activist Fernando Guasch 1990-1994 (HCA/GUASCH)

London University: London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

  • Ibidun Fakoya (fl1990-2019), health research fellow: campaign material rel to African diaspora in London HIV awareness, from Migration, Ethnicity and Sexual Health Programme (MESH) at the Centre for Sexual Health and HIV Research, University College London 1996-2014 (Fakoya)
  • Joseph Sonnabend (b1933), physician, scientist, HIV/AIDS researcher: additional papers, related to the early period of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in New York, USA, including press cuttings, reports, and material relating to his work as a doctor working with HIV/AIDS patients 1980s-1990s (Sonnabend)

Newcastle University: Special Collections

  • Tyneside Campaign for Homosexual Equality: correspondence, research and campaign materials 1910-1999 (CHE)