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Special Collections:

Tucson Gay (LGBT) Memorium Wall Exhibit

Richard J. "Dickie" Heakin Jr. Collection

1976-1977 Tucson Gay Newsletter

1976-1978 Tucson Gay Coalition Newsletters

Gay Community Services (G.C.S.) Center of Tucson 1976-1984 Collection

1977-1982 Arizona Gay News

Tucson Delegation At Gay Rights March On Washington D.C. - Sunday October 14, 1979

Robert 'Bob' Bailie Ellis Collection

Tucson Desert Leathermen Collection

William E. "Bill" "Ma" Finley Collection

1982-1983 The New Paper

Christina De Alexis - Luis Castañeda, Jr.

DJ Raynman Collection

Stan 'Stan The Man' Phalp Collection

1983-1984 The Attitude Collection

Anti-Gay Violence Timeline
Southern Arizona
(Some Other Arizona Areas)

1985-2011 The Observer Collection

Gary Neil Clark Collection

Philip Arthur Walsted Collection

1988-2012 Collection

Western Express Collection

Lucinda Holliday Collection

Tucson Queer Voice Youth Group
Newsletter - May 26, 1996

Ruby Fruit Collection

Maurice Grossman Collection

It Gets Better Project
Video Collection
2010 - 2011

2012 Tucson Observer Collection

James "Ernie" Freuler Collection

Around Gay Tucson®
Series Video Collection

Tom Maza Collection

Out West Tucson Show
Series Collection 2011- 2012

George Soto Collection

Anne Celeste Schmitt Collection

AIDS Ribbon Tucson Collection

Famous Gays In History

Those We Have Lost To AIDS

Other Gay Communities:

Austin, Texas
Gay Collection
San Francisco, California
Gay Collection

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This Museum is dedicated to all those of the Tucson LGBT Community that have come before, are here now, and will take our places in the future of Tucson, Arizona, U.S.A.