The fonds consists of materials relating to Lina de Guevara’s position as Artistic Director of Puente Theatre from 1988-2011. The fonds includes one series, Puente Theatre and four subseries, Administrative Records, Clippings, Events & Workshops, and Plays & Productions.
The collection consists of 26 VHS cassettes and 1 Betacam cassette, documenting several years of the Fantasia Fair trans* conference in Provincetown, Massachusetts. Video primarily documents the Fashion Shows and Follies, held at the end of the conference. Footage also includes seminars, luncheon speakers, Outreach Institute awards banquets, video titled “Our Gal Jane”, and exhibit at Berta Walker Gallery by Helen Strong. Two cassettes include pages of time stamps and notes regarding performances.
The fonds consists of administrative and education program records. Materials include all annual reports; board minutes; service descriptions; some funding requests; several summaries of the history of the organization at points in time; research pertaining to effectiveness of the programs; studies and papers written by social work students and staff; submissions to government; educational and program materials for all program areas in the area of treatment programs for men, support groups for women, community education, materials used in prison settings; some other program and educational materials from other programs and research that helped to shape the agency programs. Descriptions of large community development projects initiated by the Society - eg: the Mayor's Advisory Group on the Prevention of Spousal Violence and Elder Abuse that led to the regional Violence Against Women in Relationships Coordinating Committee.
The fonds consists of various anarchist-themed articles, booklets, pamphlets, and ephemera including stickers, postcards, posters, programmes, flyers and leaflets. Subjects include the 2010 Toronto G20 Summit, illegal immigration, poverty, the Iraq War, the War in Afghanistan, the 1988 anarchist convention, gay rights, and anti-capitalist colonies.
The fonds consists of various anarchist-themed articles, offprints, leaflets and pamphlets. Articles and offprints include copies of Anarchy & Cooperation (n.d.), Pensions and the Poor by the National Anti-Poverty Organization (1983), The Responsibility of Intellectuals by Noam Chomsky (1967), Trotsky Protests Too Much by Emma Goldman (1977).
The collection consists of anarchist- and queer activism-themed articles, calendars,and correspondence. Includes documents relating to Northeastern Federation of Anarcho-Communists, HIV/AIDS research, Libertarian Communism.