Materials consist 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 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.
The collection is comprised of ephemera relating to Victoria, B.C.’s music scene, and includes posters, newsletters, ticket stubs, event passes and buttons. The collection also includes architectural records and a door handle from the York Theatre in Vancouver, B.C. Also included is a payroll and expenses ledger for an electric company with entries dated 1941 to 1949.
The collection consists of a group of Elizabethan and Carolean manuscript documents. Includes a four-page manuscript indenture dated 14th July in the fourteenth year of the reign of Queen Elizabeth I (1571) between George Symons and George Corkoram, both of Colompton, Devon, drafted at the Inner Temple in London, retaining one red wax impressed seal, together with a contemporary four-page copy of the same, both on vellum; together with a Charles I period manuscript document, written in Latin, with impressed wax Royal Seal of the enthroned monarch, on vellum; a manuscript indenture dated 20th August 1629 being a counterpart lease of a tenement granted by Lady Elizabeth Griffin of Yardley to William Hanams, attested by Edward Symons, on paper; a manuscript document dated 22nd April 1669 from the Manor of Sandon, ''Suffnall e Cromer'' (Herts), with references to a James Willymott and Baroness Elizabeth Nicholas, on vellum.