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James R. Perry papers, 1956-1990,

Author: James R Perry
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The James R. Perry Papers are the personal papers of a gay man living in Baltimore and Washington, D.C. Both sides of a lengthy correspondence with John Briggs of Boston is included. Some letters are with friends in Paris, France. The papers show gay life in Boston, Baltimore, and Washington, D.C. They also show some of the internal politics of the history profession. Some of the correspondence is between people  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Appointment books
Correspondence
Diaries
Photographs
Scrapbooks
Named Person: John Briggs
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: James R Perry
OCLC Number: 155407871
Notes: Removed from the collection were holiday cards, a "yearbook 1987" from the Supreme Court Historical Society, 1/4 inch of news clippings, seating plans for Washington theaters, 2 1/2 inches of periodicals, 1/2 inch of check carbons, 19 floppy disks containing word processing files already present in hard copy, 5 rolls of 35mm negative film of France (duplicates of slides), and 3 1/2 inches of programs and playbills. A list of these was made and is in folder 98.
Description: 5 1/2 feet

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The James R. Perry Papers are the personal papers of a gay man living in Baltimore and Washington, D.C. Both sides of a lengthy correspondence with John Briggs of Boston is included. Some letters are with friends in Paris, France. The papers show gay life in Boston, Baltimore, and Washington, D.C. They also show some of the internal politics of the history profession. Some of the correspondence is between people with AIDS and indicates the emotional hardships of friends living with AIDS. Folder 87 contains copies of the Bowers v. Hardwick decision and other federal cases. Snapshots of many of the correspondents are inclkuded as are photographs of Gay Pride Day, 1986 in DC and the 1987 National March on Washington.

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