Gay City edited by Vincent Kovar, 2008A collection of fiction, poetry, comic art, and photography compiled by Seattle's Gay City Health Project. The anthology addresses Gay City's mission of preventing HIV transmission by building community, fostering communication, and nurturing self-esteem.
Gay City by Vincent Kovar (Editor)Gay City: Volume One is a collection of fiction, poetry, comic art and photography published under the auspices of Seattle's Gay City Health Project. The anthology addresses Gay City's mission of preventing HIV transmission by building community, fostering communication, and nurturing self-esteem. Included here are author Tom Spanbauer's "Mr. Energy," written during the dark dawn of AIDS, alongside "25 Years, 25 Fears," drawn by "Ethan Green" creator, Eric Orner. Inside you'll also find an excerpt from novelist and syndicated columnist Michael Thomas Ford's novel "Full Circle," eight pieces from the award winning poet Peter Pereira, vibrant works from artist Donna Barr, plus many others.
Call Number: Special Collections Pacific NW PS509.H57 G39 2008
Publication Date: 2008-03-01
Bailey-Boushay House Records, 1987-2009Accession 5567-001. Bailey-Boushay House opened in 1992, offering residential care and chronic care management for people living with AIDS. Records include correspondence, meeting minutes, reports, newspaper clippings, and DVDs.
Charles J. Harbaugh Papers, 1950-1995Accession 4590-001. A Seattle-area therapist, Charles James Harbaugh was active in gay health issues during the 1960s, 70s, and 80s and served on the boards of many GLBTQ health organizations, including the Northwest AIDS Foundation, the Seattle Counseling Service for Sexual Minorities, and the Seattle Treatment Exchange Program. He was a founding member of the Gay Community Center in Seattle, the Dorian Group, and Rainbow.
Seattle Gay Clinic Records, 1979-1988Accession 5552-001. Founded in 1979, the Seattle Gay Clinic (SGC) provided primary care and patient education to gay men. Throughout the 1980s and 90s, SGC developed new ways to assist patients diagnosed with AIDS, establishing the Chicken Soup Brigade and the Northwest AIDS Foundation. Both would go on to become independent organizations.
Stan Henry Papers, 1966-2002Accession 5558-001. A social worker, activist, and author, Stan Henry was heavily involved in the Seattle and San Francisco literary communities during the 1970s and 1980s. In 1983, he co-founded the Seattle AIDS Support Group (SASG) with Josh Joshua and Ann McCaffray.
Positive Living Society of British ColumbiaPositive Living BC is dedicated to empowering persons living with HIV/AIDS through mutual support and collective action. We are a registered non-profit Society (#11928-2085) and an established leader in the HIV/AIDS movement. Uniquely among major agencies in Canada, the Positive Living BC Board of Directors is composed entirely of HIV-positive members.
March For Science, Seattle, 2017, Seattle March for Science Photograph Collection