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Atlanta Pride Festival


Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:

Alli Royce Soble photographs

Collection number: ahc.VIS409
Scope and Contents

This collection contains photographs of LGBTQ+ events and nightclubs taken by Alli Royce Soble. Images depict the annual Atlanta Pride Festival and Parade, the Easter Drag Races sponsored by the Armory, and a drag show at My Sister's Room. Of special note are photographs of the 1993 March on Washington for Lesbian, Gay and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation in Washington, D.C. All images were taken in Atlanta, Georgia, unless otherwise noted.

Dates: 1993-2000

Atlanta Lesbian and Gay History Thing visual arts materials

Collection number: ahc.VIS412
Scope and Contents This collection contains items collected by the Atlanta Lesbian and Gay History Thing (ALGHT). Photographs include staff and events at bars and nightclubs such as the Tower Lounge and Sweet Gum Head; ALGHT's table at the Atlanta Pride Festival, where "The Time of Our Lives," an exhibition about LGBTQ+ history in Atlanta between the 1940s and 1990s, was on display; Olympics Out of Cobb protests, including one at the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games (ACOG) headquarters; drag queens such...
Dates: approximately 1975-2001, undated

Billy Jones visual arts materials

Collection number: ahc.VIS419
Scope and Contents This collection includes photos of the LGBTQ+ community, events at LGBTQ+ bars and drag venues, drag queens, female impersonators, performers, male actresses, bar owners, and others. Also included are autographed photographs of actors, many of which are inscribed to Jones. Of special note are photographs of Billy Jones as Phyllis Killer and Shirley Temple Jones, the Phyllis Killer Oscar Awards, and Jones at the Atlanta Pride Parade. Locations are unknown unless otherwise noted; however,...
Dates: approximately 1950-2002, undated

Dick Rhodes photographs of the Lesbian/Gay/Transperson Pride March

Collection number: ahc.VIS411
Scope and Contents This collection contains Rhodes' color photographs of the 1982 Lesbian/Gay/Transperson Pride March from Piedmont Park to Atlanta City Hall. As the final event associated with the Atlanta Pride Festival, its purpose was to demand greater representation in the state legislature and influence on legislation affecting the LGBTQ+ community. The march was also in response to Mayor Andrew Young withholding his signature on the resolution to declare June 19-29 as Gay Pride Week. Participating...
Dates: 1982

Gil Robison visual arts materials

Collection number: ahc.VIS422
Scope and Contents This collection features images collected by Gil Robison related to his personal and professional life, in particular his work with the Metropolitan Gazette. Photographs include those taken by Gerald Jones for the publication, primarily of Atlanta and Georgia political leaders, as well as the 1979 National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights. In many of these images, Robison is seen interviewing featured individuals, who include...
Dates: approximately 1900-2001, undated

Liz Throop and B. Joy Wasson visual arts materials

Collection number: ahc.VIS417
Scope and Contents This collection contains slides and photographs related to LGBTQ+ history in Atlanta, Georgia, and Washington, D.C. Included are negatives of the Atlanta Lesbian and Gay History Thing's (ALGHT) table at the 1993 Atlanta Pride Festival, where "The Time of Our Lives," an exhibition about LGBTQ+ history in Atlanta between the 1940s and 1990s, was on display; slides of the 1977 protest in Colony Square against Anita Bryant during the Miss National Teenager pageant after she was named as...
Dates: 1977-1993, undated

Pamela Parker photographs

Collection number: ahc.VIS413
Scope and Contents This collection contains photographs of Atlanta lesbian-feminist community members, organizations, and events. Photographs include Atlanta Lesbian Feminist Alliance (ALFA) members and events, many of which were taken in the ALFA House on McLendon Avenue; the 1981 Michigan Womyn’s Music Fest, held in Hesperia, Michigan; the 1980 Atlanta Pride Festival; WomanSong Theatre, a troupe, performing in Piedmont Park; the ALFA Omegas lesbian softball team, as well as the Tower Hot Shots, the Lorelei...
Dates: 1961-1981, undated

Paul Stone Atlanta Pride scrapbooks

Collection number: ahc.MSS1236
Scope and Contents This collection contains three scrapbooks about Atlanta Pride created by Paul Stone, a board member of Atlanta Pride. Each scrapbook contains newspaper articles, letters, photographs, programs, posters, and other ephemera related to the 1991, 1992, and 1993 festivals. Of particular note is Atlanta Pride 20th anniversary memorabilia, t-shirt designs, and letters to elected officials asking for endorsement in the 1991 scrapbook. In addition, the 1992 scrapbook includes newspaper clippings...
Dates: 1991-1993

Southern Voice photographs

Collection number: ahc.VIS415
Scope and Contents This collection contains images used for stories published by Southern Voice newspaper. Images include businesses, individuals, organizations, demonstrations and events, and photographs related to political issues concerning the lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, and transgender communities. Of particular note are demonstrations associated with ACT UP and the Cobb Citizens Coalition, as well as images of the Atlanta Pride Festival and Parade and Atlanta Black Pride....
Dates: approximately 1968-2010, bulk dates approximately 1990-2010

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Lesbian community -- Georgia 4
Demonstrations -- Georgia -- Atlanta 3
Drag queens -- Georgia -- Atlanta 3
Drag shows -- Georgia -- Atlanta 3
Gay pride celebrations -- Georgia -- Atlanta 3
Lesbian bars -- Georgia -- Atlanta 3
Lesbians -- Georgia -- Atlanta -- History 3
Protest movements -- Georgia -- Atlanta 3
Exhibitions -- Georgia -- Atlanta 2
Female impersonators -- Georgia -- Atlanta 2
Gay rights -- Georgia -- Atlanta 2
Pageants -- Georgia -- Atlanta 2
Parades -- Georgia -- Atlanta 2
Politicians -- Georgia 2
AIDS (Disease) -- Georgia -- Atlanta 1
AIDS (Disease) -- Government policy -- United States 1
AIDS (Disease) -- Law and legislation -- United States 1
AIDS activists 1
AIDS awareness 1
African American LGBTQ+ people 1
African American politicians -- Georgia -- Atlanta 1
African American youth -- Crimes against -- Georgia -- Atlanta 1
Anti-gay discrimination 1
Asian American LGBTQ+ people 1
Atlanta (Ga.) -- Newspapers 1
Atlanta (Ga.) -- Politics and government 1
Atlanta (Ga.) -- Religion 1
Awards -- Georgia -- Atlanta 1
Black LGBTQ+ people 1
Chattahoochee River 1
Churches -- Georgia -- Atlanta 1
Civil rights 1
Civil rights demonstrations 1
Detention of LGBTQ+ people 1
Discrimination in employment 1
Drag bars 1
Drag community 1
Drag performers 1
Drag shows 1
Feminist theater 1
Festivals -- Georgia -- Atlanta 1
Fulton County (Ga.) -- Politics and government 1
Gay and lesbian studies 1
Gay artists -- Georgia -- Atlanta 1
Gay couples -- Legal status, laws, etc. 1
Gay liberation movement -- Georgia -- Atlanta 1
Gay liberation movement -- United States 1
Gay men -- Georgia -- Atlanta 1
Gay men -- Georgia -- Atlanta -- History 1
Gay men -- Political activity 1
Georgia -- Politics and government 1
HIV (Viruses) 1
HIV-positive persons 1
Hate crimes -- United States 1
Hate groups -- United States 1
Journalism 1
Journalists -- Georgia -- Atlanta 1
LGBTQ+ activism 1
LGBTQ+ bars 1
LGBTQ+ bookshops 1
LGBTQ+ civil rights 1
LGBTQ+ community centers 1
LGBTQ+ criminalization 1
LGBTQ+ demonstrations 1
LGBTQ+ discrimination 1
LGBTQ+ people of color 1
LGBTQ+-affirming religious groups 1
LGBTQ+-owned businesses 1
Lesbian activism 1
Lesbian activists 1
Lesbian bars 1
Lesbian feminism 1
Medical care -- Georgia -- Atlanta 1
Missing children -- Georgia -- Atlanta 1
Moreland Avenue (Atlanta, Ga.) 1
Murder victims -- Georgia -- Atlanta 1
Neighborhoods -- Georgia -- Atlanta 1
Nightclubs -- Georgia -- Atlanta 1
Piedmont Park (Atlanta, Ga.) 1
Reproductive health 1
Scrapbooks -- Georgia -- Atlanta 1
Serial murders -- Georgia -- Atlanta 1
Sex shops 1
Signs and signboards -- Georgia -- Atlanta 1
Sodomy laws 1
Softball -- Georgia -- Atlanta 1
Transgender activism 1
White LGBTQ+ people 1
Women artists -- Georgia -- Atlanta 1
Women basketball players -- Georgia -- Atlanta 1
Women photographers -- Georgia -- Atlanta 1
Women's music festivals 1
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