File consists of posters, a program for La Cage musical, and volume 34 of SF Weekly with the cover story "Trans Formative: For more than half a century, Miss Major Griffin-Gracy has created safe havens for the transgender community." Also includes a letter from Ms. Bob for Aaron Devor listing and describing materials found in the collection.
File consists of photographs of Harvey Lee (Harvey Wilson Goodwin), a female impersonator from tehmid-1900s, as well as photos of the cast of the Broadway play "La Cage aux Folles. File also contains programs, pamphlets, workbooks, newsletters (some regarding Fantasia Fair), and ephemera.
The collection consists of materials collected by Ms. Bob Davis regarding the transgender and transsexual experience. Materials mainly include articles, publications, magazines, theatre programmes, photographs, and ephemera. Some materials specifically relate to issues surrounding the City College of San Francisco.
Typed letter with handwritten annotations from Harry Benjamin to Richard Green, dated July 8, 1965. Letter is regarding future meetings of the Harry Benjamin Foundation, as well as an article (written by "Randall") about post-operative transexuals. The letter also mentions book chapters (for an unnamed upcoming book) being edited by "Masters."
Typed letter with handwritten postscript from Harry Benjamin to Richard Green, dated July 10 1965. Letter discusses Harry Benjamin Foundation meetings - specifically the fact that of [Reed] Erickson invites a Dr. Money to speak at a meeting they should pay for his expenses. The letter also discusses Harry Benjamin finishing writing his chapter of a book, and discussing the rough draft and manuscript deadline, as well as he confidentiality of the rough draft and acknowledgements (especially an acknowledgment regarding Virginia [Prince?].
The accrual consists of two signed typescript letters with handwritten corrections in ink, sent from Harry Benjamin to Richard Green on July 8 and July 10, 1965. Letters concern John Money and Harry Benjamin Foundation meetings and participants, including Virginia [Allen], Barbara [Reese] Reed Erickson, and an untitled book in process with contributions from William Masters, and Green, with introduction by Benjamin.