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|Named Person:||Harry C Boyte; Marv Davidov; Dick Hanson; Tom Hayden; Hubert H Humphrey; Arthur Kinoy; Michael Lerner; Richard M Nixon; Donald M Fraser; Staughton Lynd|
|Document Type:||Archival Material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Brian J Coyle
|Description:||18.5 cubic feet (19 boxes and 3 oversize folders, unboxed)|
The papers include correspondence (1965-1991), memoranda, notes, agendas, minutes, calendars, financial statements, legal documents, appointment books (1984-1990), journals (1974, 1986, 1989-1991), bills, resolutions, ordinances, maps, campaign literature (1981-1990), flyers, pamphlets, newsletters, programs, a briefing book (1990), comic books, newspaper and magazine clippings, photographs, scrapbooks (1981-1990), posters, slide shows (1974, 1987), audio tapes (1974, 1977-1978, 1982, 1990), and video tapes (1984-1991). They document Coyle's political career from the mid-1960s, when he became active in the New Left, through his membership in the New American Movement (1972-1974), his work as a tenants' rights activist (1974-1981), and his tenure on the Minneapolis city council as sixth ward alderman (1984-1991).
The papers also reflect Coyle's membership in a number of gay organizations and work on gay related issues such as violence against gays (1984-1987), the promotion of gay elected officials, sponsorship of a domestic partnership ordinance (1983-1991), and AIDS prevention and treatment (1986-1991). Coyle was infected with HIV and his struggle with the disease and decision to publicly disclose his status are also documented (1989-1991.
- Boyte, Harry C., -- 1945-
- Davidov, Marv.
- Hanson, Dick, -- 1950-1987.
- Hayden, Tom.
- Humphrey, Hubert H. -- (Hubert Horatio), -- 1911-1978.
- Kinoy, Arthur.
- Lerner, Michael, -- 1943-
- Nixon, Richard M. -- (Richard Milhous), -- 1913-1994 -- Impeachment.
- Fraser, Donald M. -- (Donald MacKay), -- 1924-
- Lynd, Staughton.
- Human Rights Campaign Fund (Washington, D.C.)
- Minnesota AIDS Project.
- Minnesota Committee for Gay and Lesbian Rights.
- Minnesota Tenants Union.
- New American Movement (Organization). -- Minneapolis Chapter.
- New American Movement (Organization)
- Minneapolis (Minn.). -- City Council.
- Alive and Trucking Theater (Minneapolis, Minn.)
- American Indian Business Development Corporation (Minneapolis, Minn.)
- Coalition for Affordable Housing (Minneapolis, Minn.)
- East-West Bank Tenants Union (Minneapolis, Minn.)
- Farmer-Labor Association of Minnesota.
- Gay and Lesbian Association (Minn.)
- Heartland Data Coop (Minneapolis, Minn.)
- Indochina Peace Campaign (Organization : U.S.)
- North Country Chautauqua (Minneapolis, Minn.)
- Progressive Roundtable (Minneapolis, Minn.)
- Twin Cities Men's Chorus (Minneapolis, Minn.)
- Citizens Lobby (Saint Paul, Minn.)
- Neighborhood Transportation Network (Minneapolis, Minn.)
- Hundred flowers.
- AIDS (Disease)
- City council members -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis.
- Coming out (Sexual orientation)
- Group homes -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis.
- Homosexuality -- Law and legislation.
- Housing policy -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis.
- New Left -- United States.
- Rent control -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis.
- Rent strikes -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis.
- Socialism -- United States.
- Street-railroads -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis.
- Transportation -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis.
- Unmarried couples -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis.
- Urban policy -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis.
- Urban renewal -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis.
- Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Protest movements.
- Nicaragua -- Description and travel.
- Cedar-Riverside Area (Minneapolis, Minn.)
- Central Business District (Minneapolis, Minn.)
- Lowry Hill Neighborhood (Minneapolis, Minn.)
- Phillips Neighborhood (Minneapolis, Minn.)
- Whittier Neighborhood (Minneapolis, Minn.)
- Minneapolis (Minn.) -- Politics and government -- 1981-