1400 Washington AveAlbanyNY
1400 Washington AveAlbanyNY

Michelle Crone Papers

1927-2000

This project was made possible by a grant from the Documentary Heritage Program (DHP) of the New York State Archives, a program of the State Education Department.

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Abstract

The Michelle Crone Papers document her experience as a feminist and lesbian activist from the early 1980s until the mid-1990s. The collection includes material from here position as National Civil Disobedience Coordinator for the 1987 National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights, and as a member of the Executive Committee for the 1993 March on Washington for Lesbian, Gay, and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation. Also present are records from Michelle Crone’s management of a number of women’s festivals from 1982 to 1996—most notably Rhythm Fest and the Cultural Festival at Gay Games IV—and records from her Capital District production company, Elword Productions. The collection also includes the records from her experience with the Seneca Women’s Encampment for a Future of Peace and Justice, the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, and the National Lesbian Conference. Also included are her personal correspondence, records of her undergraduate studies with the theater and women’s studies programs at the University at Albany, SUNY, and political literature from a number of progressive causes at the national and local levels.

Summary

Creator:
Crone, Michelle
Date Coverage:
1927-2000
Bulk Date Coverage:
1982-1995
Quantity:
44.4 cubic ft. (about 44.4 boxes)

Born in Albany as Michelle DeMarco, Michelle Crone was a notable driving force in the lesbian and women’s movements both at the local and national level for almost 30 years. Her long career as a grassroots activist and organizer focused primarily on internal cooperation and rumor control within the various activism movements she was involved in. An interest in theater and film led her to producing performances within the women’s festivals of the 1980s and the establishment of her own Albany-based production company, Elword Productions. Crone became a national leader in the lesbian political activist movement, serving important roles with both the 1987 and 1993 national marches, the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, an as a central leader of the National Lesbian Conference of 1991.

Michelle DeMarco graduated from Albany’s Vincentian School in 1968 and immediately volunteered for the anti-poverty VISTA program. She served as a welfare rights worker in the Blue Ridge Mountains and helped to establish a crisis intervention network and other social programs in the Virgin Islands. She attended the College of the Virgin Islands for a period where she studied anthropology and sociology.

During much of the 1970s, DeMarco was spending half her years in St. Thomas and half in the Albany area. In 1972 she joined the Capital District group Lesbians for Liberation, a radical feminist organization that heavily influenced the local women’s movement. By the mid-1970s, DeMarco was a member of a variety of separatist feminist collectives in the Adirondacks and Vermont, such as A Women’s Place in Athol, New York, Crone Hill in Hoag’s Corners, New York, and Redbird near Burlington, Vermont. In 1976 she began to go by Michelle Crone and helped start Gypsy Silver, a collectively-owned and operated business that provided vegetarian catering, taxi, and general handyman (or handywomen) services.

Crone became involved with large women’s festivals beginning with the Michigan Womyn’s Festival in 1979. She would directly contribute to the organization of over 25 festivals throughout her career. She became interested in solving internal conflict and in the development of effective communalist approaches to organization and the decision-making processes. Throughout the 1980s Crone continued her involvement with the Michigan festival and also served as coordinator for Robin Tyler’s Southern Women’s Music ? Comedy Festival and West Coast Music ? Comedy Festival, and helped lead the Full Circle Festival: Equinox ’89 at the end of the decade.

Crone was admitted into the State University of New York at Albany through the Educational Opportunities Program (EOP) in the fall of 1981. She majored first in theatre, yet also fulfilled interests in film, women’s studies, and anthropology. She graduated with honors 1986 with a degree in film history and anthropology and later became a mentor in the Women’s Studies Internship Program, helping dozens of young women gain experience in activist movements.

In 1983, Crone became a central organizer of the Seneca Women’s Encampment for a Future of Peace and Justice, again helping to define the group’s communal structure and organizational process. The encampment aimed to build a representative and diverse community with a non-hierarchical decision-making process and provide a safe, legal space for civil disobedience actions. They demanded a halt to the deployment of nuclear missiles abroad and camped outside the Seneca Army Depot near Romulus, New York, which was the rumored nuclear storage site and staging-ground for the export of nuclear weaponry to Europe. Crone was the first staff member and received $200 a week to coordinate logistics, manage donations and permits, assist with office and media work, and manage orientation for new women. The encampment was active from 1983 until at least 1987, performing a variety of civil disobedience actions that included symbolic candlelight vigils and “peace puzzles” outside the depot’s main gate to chaining themselves to the fence, sneaking inside the fence to plant trees, and even camping on the depot’s runway. One planned action proposed to place a symbolic condom (a bed sheet) on a model missile just inside the base. Members of the encampment were arrested by military police multiple times, and the group often conflicted with the local populace and police.

With her contacts developed during her time a numerous festivals, Crone started Elword Productions in 1986, and for the next decade the company brought nationally known feminist, lesbian, and gay performers to the Capital District. Acts included comedian and lesbian activist Robin Tyler—who worked with Crone at a number of festivals—and JEB (Joan E. Biron), a photojournalist and documentarian filmmaker who attended the Seneca Women’s Encampment. Elword also produced future lesbian activist and Grammy award winner Mellissa Etheridge in the late 1980s when Etheridge charged $200 a show to play in Albany.

By 1986, gay men and lesbians felt they were under political threat across the nation. The AIDS crisis was growing disproportionally within gay communities and the discomfort with homosexuality in popular political discourse led to the marginalization of the crisis and strong accusations that Ronald Reagan’s administration was ignoring and underfunding health organizations and research into the disease. Gay men and lesbians began to witness calls for forced testing and concentration camp-like quarantines for gay men in popular discourse. Moreover, in 1986 the Supreme Court ruled in Bowers v. Hardwick that a Georgia sodomy law was constitutional. The case was particularly offensive to gay men and lesbians because it featured police impropriety and the act in question was consensual and took place in the defendant’s bedroom. In the ruling, Chief Justice Warren E. Burger cited ancient prohibitions to homosexuality – effectively arguing that gay sex was illegal in any context.

This feeling of external threat and the deaths of many gay men due to AIDS, radicalized the gay and lesbian activist movements. In early 1987 the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power (ACT UP) was started in New York City and Michelle Crone joined the movement’s Albany chapter. Plans began to circulate for a national march on Washington and Crone’s experience with grassroots activism, logistics and organizational structure, and civil disobedience made her a candidate for a leadership role. Furthermore, her advocacy for a variety of leftist causes meshed well with the movement’s attempt at progressive coalition-building. The theme of the March was “For Love and For Life, We’re Not Going Back!” and the movement demanded legal representation of homosexual relationships, repeal of sodomy laws, the banning of discrimination by sexual orientation, a gay civil rights bill, money for AIDS research and health centers, and progressive pro-choice and anti-apartheid causes.

Crone became involved during the March’s early stages, serving on the planning committees for hiring, legal, and logistics. She became a member of the New York Regional Committee and was then elected as the region’s representative to the National Steering Committee. Here she helped manage merchandise sales, budget, health, media, on-site logistics, and the organization of PWA (People with AIDS) groups. Most notably, Crone was selected at the National Civil Disobedience Coordinator for the March and managed the action at the Supreme Court to protest the Bowers ruling. The structure of the C.D. action was akin to that of Crone’s earlier groups, with activists divided up into “affinity groups” each with a heath monitor and spokesperson that represented the group’s interests to the larger spokescouncil that make decisions. With the theme “Out and Outraged: Love, Life, Liberation,” between 650 and 850 activists were arrested on October 13th, 1987 on the steps of the Supreme Court, making the demonstration the second-largest act of Civil Disobedience in the nation’s history. The action established nonviolent civil disobedience as a viable protest tactic for the gay and lesbian activist movement.

In 1986, Michelle Crone attended an international conference of lesbians in Geneva, Switzerland where she became disappointed at the coordination of American lesbians at the national level and she began advocating for a national conference. In 1989 she organized a National Planning Meeting in Durham, North Carolina to coordinate a conference that would discuss and implement a national lesbian agenda and foster a unified national lesbian movement with a common vision. Crone chaired the Entertainment Committee and the Structure/Process Committee and again implemented a collectivist organization that was driven by consensus and prioritized minority representation. For two years the Interim National Office was essentially Crone’s kitchen in Albany. In 1991 the National Lesbian Conference was held in Atlanta, Georgia, where lesbians of color made up 50% of representatives and lesbians with disabilities constituted 20%.

By the late 1980s, Crone grew dissatisfied with the organization of women’s festivals. Together with Kathleen Mahoney, Susan Fuchs, Barbara Savage, and Mandy Carter began Rhythm Fest: Women’s Music Art ? Politics, an annual humanist/progressive women’s festival that ran from 1990 until 1996. The festivals were women-only affairs with some men tolerated only for maintenance work. Again Crone was process-focused and made efforts to manage internal dissent and cooperation. She instituted “rumor control” as a process and often solicited feedback and evaluations from workers and attendees. Rhythm Fest also focused on the recognition of minority groups and featured special camping areas for women over 40, disabled women, women with children, “chem-free,” “chem-tolerant,” clean ? sober, S?, biker girls, quiet women, and rowdy women. Like similar festivals, Rhythm Fest sometimes had issues with public nudity, with an incident forcing the festival to move from Georgia to North Carolina.

Crone became involved with the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, a lobby group, during the late 1980s. She served on the host committee for the 1991 Creating Change Conference and served as the NGLTF’s grassroots organizer for the upcoming 1993 National March on Washington. Crone was also involved in organizing the 1993 march during its early stages, serving as a member of the Interim Coordinating Committee. For this march she was elected to both the large National Steering Committee and to the 12-member Executive Committee, and served on the Outreach and Communication/Media Subcommittees. Her title with the NGLTF was updated to March on Washington Coordinator where she managed outreach and merchandizing for the lobby group, as well as directed their marketing plan, ran a canvassing campaign, and produced NGLTF march events and activities. Locally, Crone managed the transportation of the New York AIDS Memorial Quilt to Albany and the addition of names from the Capital District.

In 1994, Crone was selected as Events Coordinator for the Cultural Festival at Gay Games IV in New York City which was held on the 25th anniversary of the Stonewall riots. Gay Games is an athletic and cultural festival that began in 1982 features LGBT athletes, artists, and entertainers. Gay Games IV boasted over 10,000 athletes, more than those that competed in either 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona or the 1996 Games in Atlanta. The athletes competed in a number of locations around the city, from college pools and city recreation centers to Central Park. Michelle Crone directed the Cultural Festival which included performances by LGBT entertainers such as Ian McKellen and Robin Tyler.

Crone continued her activist efforts into the mid-1990s. She spoke at various pride parades and rallies and joined the Gay ? Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD). Locally, she had been a member of the New York State Lesbian ? Gay Lobby, where she was charged with local community organizing, since the late 1980s. When that group evolved into the Empire State Pride Agenda in 1994 she was appointed to its Board of Directors.

The Michelle Crone Papers primarily contain the materials generated and collected during Crone’s organization of various women’s and gay ? lesbian events and political actions. There are organizational records from her work on the Cultural Festival at Gay Games IV, both the 1987 and 1993 National Marches on Washington, the 1991 National Lesbian Conference, the Seneca Women’s Encampment for a Future of Peace and Justice, the National Gay ? Lesbian Creating Change Conference, and various women’s festivals such as the West Coast ? Southern Women’s Music ? Comedy Festival, the Michigan Womyn’s Festival, Full Circle Festival: Equinox ’89, and her own Rhythm Fest. Additionally, there is biographical information in the form of personal correspondence as well as educational materials from her undergraduate studies at the State University of New York at Albany.

The collection features notes and working papers generated by the various events Michelle Crone was involved with, particularly Rhythm Fest, the Seneca Peace Encampment and the 1987 and 1993 Marches on Washington, The Elword Production series and the Gay Game IV series feature promotional materials for the various musical acts, performers, and playwrights who submitted entries. Promotional material and some administrative records are also present for the Michigan Womyn’s Festival, the Lesbian and Gay Film and Video Festival, and Full Circle Festival: Equinox ’89. The collection also includes a large amount of personal correspondence.

The collection is organized into the following series:

All series are arranged alphabetically by subject, performer or title with the exception of Sub Series 2.6 Rhythm Fest which is arranged first by date, then by subject.

  • Series 1 - Activism , 1973-2000, Undated
  • Subseries 1.1: General Activism, 1975-2000, Undated
  • Subseries 1.1.1: Albany Activism, 1975-1996, Undated
  • Subseries 1.1.2: New York State Activism, 1978-1995, Undated
  • Subseries 1.1.3: Activism - Other, 1976-2000, Undated
  • Subseries 1.2: National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, 1985-1998, Undated
  • Subseries 1.3: National Lesbian Conference, 1973-1994, Undated
  • Subseries 1.4: National March on Washington, 1987, 1979-1989, Undated
  • Subseries 1.5: National March on Washington, 1993, 1987-1994, Undated
  • Subseries 1.6: Seneca Women's Peace Encampment, 1982-1991, Undated
  • Series 2 - Events and Productions , 1982-1996, Undated
  • Subseries 2.1: Elword Productions, 1980-1996, Undated
  • Subseries 2.2: Full Circle Festival, 1989, Undated
  • Subseries 2.3: Gay Games IV, 1982-1994, Undated
  • Subseries 2.4: Lesbian and Gay Film and Video Festival, 1987-1995, Undated
  • Subseries 2.5: Michigan Womyn's Music Festival, 1982-1985, Undated
  • Subseries 2.6: Rhythm Fest, 1989-1996, Undated
  • Subseries 2.7: Festivals - Other, 1982-1996, Undated
  • Series 3 - Personal , 1968-1996, Undated
  • Series 4 - SUNY Albany , 1981-1995, Undated
  • Series 5 - Subject Files , 1927-1998, Undated
  • Series 6 - Periodicals , 1972-1998, Undated
  • Series 7 - Audio , 1979-1995, Undated
  • Series 8 - Video , 1989-1994, Undated

English

French

Spanish

Michelle Crone donated all items in this manuscript group to the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, from 2001 to 2004.

Processed by: Gregory Wiedeman in 2014.

Collection record created by: Gregory Wiedeman

Published: 2014

Archival materials can be view in-person during business hours in our reading room, located on the top floor of the Science Library on the Uptown Campus.

We can also deliver digital scans for remote research for a fee.

Access to this collection is unrestricted.

Copyright Statement

The researcher assumes full responsibility for conforming with the laws of copyright. Whenever possible, the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives will provide information about copyright owners and other restrictions, but the legal determination ultimately rests with the researcher. Requests for permission to publish material from this collection should be discussed with the Head of Special Collections and Archives.

Preferred citation for this material is as follows:

Identification of specific item, series, box, folder, Michelle Crone Papers, 1927-2000, Undated. M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University at Albany, State University of New York.

Contents of Collection

Quantity: 11.35 cubic ft. (about 11.35 boxes)
Sorted into subseries based on individual activism efforts, ordered alphabetically.
This series documents the political activism of Michelle Crone and includes efforts that were primarily political in nature.
Quantity: 1.6 cubic ft. (about 1.6 boxes)
Divided into subseries based on level of political targets: Albany, New York, and general or national.
This subseries contains records from the many progressive or leftist political efforts which Michelle Crone was involved with in some way. Unlike the remainder of the Activism series, Michelle Crone may not have been directly involved in organizing these efforts.
Quantity: 0.3 cubic ft. (about 0.3 boxes)
Alphabetically by subject
This subseries contains material produced by social activism efforts that involved Michelle Crone and concerned Albany and the Capital District.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap101-1.1.1_1

Oversized 215ACT UP New York posterUndated

nam_apap101-1.1.1_2

11Ad Hoc Committee for Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Issues1993

nam_apap101-1.1.1_3

12AIDS QuiltUndated

nam_apap101-1.1.1_4

13Albany Area National Organization for Women1993

nam_apap101-1.1.1_5

14Albany Peace & Energy Council1986, 1987

nam_apap101-1.1.1_6

15Albany Rap Crisis Center1982, Undated

nam_apap101-1.1.1_7

16Albany Women Against Rape1975, 1976, 1978-1980, 1984

nam_apap101-1.1.1_8

Oversized 41Albany Women Against Rape1979, 1980, 1996

nam_apap101-1.1.1_9

17Albany Women Against Rape1993, Undated

nam_apap101-1.1.1_10

18Amnesty International Albany1990

nam_apap101-1.1.1_11

304ButtonsUndated

nam_apap101-1.1.1_12

19Capital District Gay & Lesbian Community Council1994, 1995, Undated

nam_apap101-1.1.1_13

110Death Penalty1995

nam_apap101-1.1.1_14

111Gay and Lesbian Antiviolence Project1987, 1988

nam_apap101-1.1.1_15

112Knolls Action Project1986

nam_apap101-1.1.1_16

113Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual Alliance at SUNY Albany1996

nam_apap101-1.1.1_17

114Lesbian and Gay Civil Rights Ordinance1987

nam_apap101-1.1.1_18

115Lesbian and Gay Community Funding Partnership1995

nam_apap101-1.1.1_19

116Managing Community Conflict1991

nam_apap101-1.1.1_20

117The March 19th Coalition1995

nam_apap101-1.1.1_21

118March on Albany1990

nam_apap101-1.1.1_22

119Eunice Milks1983, 1984

nam_apap101-1.1.1_23

120People for a Pluralistic Democracy1992

nam_apap101-1.1.1_24

121Pine Hills Women Against Rape1979

nam_apap101-1.1.1_25

122Pledge of Resistance1991

nam_apap101-1.1.1_26

Oversized 42Publications1981

nam_apap101-1.1.1_27

123Rallies1989, Undated

nam_apap101-1.1.1_28

124Siena College Campus ActionUndated

nam_apap101-1.1.1_29

125Sit-inUndated

nam_apap101-1.1.1_30

305Stonewall buttons1989

nam_apap101-1.1.1_31

126Submarineca. 1986

nam_apap101-1.1.1_32

222T-shirt - Capital District Gay and Lesbian Community Center, 25 yearsUndated

nam_apap101-1.1.1_33

223T-shirt - Capital District Gay and Lesbian Community Center, 25 yearsUndated

nam_apap101-1.1.1_34

127Take Back the Night1980, 1989, 1993

nam_apap101-1.1.1_35

Oversized 43Take Back the Night1980

nam_apap101-1.1.1_36

Oversized 214Take Back the Night posterUndated

nam_apap101-1.1.1_37

128Ted's CaféUndated

nam_apap101-1.1.1_38

129University at Albany, SUNY presentations1995

nam_apap101-1.1.1_39

130Upstate Lesbian CoalitionUndated

nam_apap101-1.1.1_40

131The Women's Building1987, 1989, 1995, Undated

nam_apap101-1.1.1_41

132Women's Groups Together1989

nam_apap101-1.1.1_42

133WRPIUndated

nam_apap101-1.1.1_43

134YWCA of Albany1989, 1990
Quantity: 0.3 cubic ft. (about 0.3 boxes)
Alphabetical by subject
This subseries contains material that concerns Michelle Crone's social and political activism at the New York State level, including correspondence, news clippings, and some administrative material.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap101-1.1.2_1

135ACT UP New York1987, 1988, 1991, Undated

nam_apap101-1.1.2_2

136Activist in Residence ProjectUndated

nam_apap101-1.1.2_3

137Adirondack Park

nam_apap101-1.1.2_4

138AIDS1987, 1988

nam_apap101-1.1.2_5

309Button - "ACT Like a Lady"Undated

nam_apap101-1.1.2_6

139Correspondence1981

nam_apap101-1.1.2_7

140Division of Human Rights1990

nam_apap101-1.1.2_8

141Empire State Pride Agenda1991-1994

nam_apap101-1.1.2_9

142Empire State Pride Agenda1993, 1994, 1995

nam_apap101-1.1.2_10

143Empire State Pride Agenda1995, Undated

nam_apap101-1.1.2_11

144Empire State Pride Agenda briefing packet for Lobby Day1994

nam_apap101-1.1.2_12

306Empire State Pride Agenda - ButtonUndated

nam_apap101-1.1.2_13

145Empire State Pride Agenda new board member orientation packetca. 1994, 1995

nam_apap101-1.1.2_14

146Empire State Pride Agenda - panelist name tagUndated

nam_apap101-1.1.2_15

147Events1989, Undated

nam_apap101-1.1.2_16

148Family Planning

nam_apap101-1.1.2_17

149Holding Our Own1985, 1994

nam_apap101-1.1.2_18

150Lesbian and Gay Community Services Center1992

nam_apap101-1.1.2_19

151Lesbian and Gay Leadership Summit1994

nam_apap101-1.1.2_20

152Mailings1982, 1991, 1992

nam_apap101-1.1.2_21

153National Association of Social Workers, NYS Chapterca. 1989

nam_apap101-1.1.2_22

154New York City Lesbian and Gay Funding Collaborative1995

nam_apap101-1.1.2_23

155New York City Zoning Laws1995

nam_apap101-1.1.2_24

156New York State Coalition Against Domestic Violence1989

nam_apap101-1.1.2_25

307New York State Gay and Lesbian Lobby - ButtonsUndated

nam_apap101-1.1.2_26

157New York State Lesbian and Gay Lobby1986, 1988, 1989, Undated

nam_apap101-1.1.2_27

158New York State Lesbian and Gay Lobby - nameplate, Community Organizing1988

nam_apap101-1.1.2_28

159New York State Lesbian and Gay Lobby - nametagUndated

nam_apap101-1.1.2_29

160New York State Lesbian and Gay Lobby Organizing Workshop1988

nam_apap101-1.1.2_30

161New York Women Against Rapeca. 1978

nam_apap101-1.1.2_31

162News clippings1991, 1992, 1995, Undated

nam_apap101-1.1.2_32

163Notes

nam_apap101-1.1.2_33

164OUT: A Fund for Lesbian and Gay Liberation1990

nam_apap101-1.1.2_34

165OUT in New York1994

nam_apap101-1.1.2_35

Oversized 44Publications1987

nam_apap101-1.1.2_36

166Radioactive Waste, public healthUndated

nam_apap101-1.1.2_37

167RalliesUndated

nam_apap101-1.1.2_38

168Women Against Pornography1979, 1980, Undated

nam_apap101-1.1.2_39

169Women's Resistance ExchangeUndated
Quantity: 1 cubic ft. (about 1 boxes)
Alphabetical by subject
This subseries includes political literature, news clippings, correspondence and mass mailings, reports, press releases and other publications.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap101-1.1.3_1

170Africa1986

nam_apap101-1.1.3_2

171AIDS1985-1989, 1992, 1993, 1995, Undated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_3

172AIDS Action Council1987

nam_apap101-1.1.3_4

173Anti-Discrimination1993, 1994

nam_apap101-1.1.3_5

174Anti-Gay and Lesbian Materials1993, Undated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_6

175Awards1993

nam_apap101-1.1.3_7

176BisexualityUndated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_8

177Black Hills Alliance1980

nam_apap101-1.1.3_9

178Christian Appalachian Project1994

nam_apap101-1.1.3_10

179Civil Disobedience1988, Undated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_11

180Corporation for Public Broadcasting1995

nam_apap101-1.1.3_12

181Correspondence1980-1990, 1994, Undated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_13

182Developing Nations1979

nam_apap101-1.1.3_14

183Energy1979

nam_apap101-1.1.3_15

184Environmental MovementUndated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_16

185The Fairness Fund1987

nam_apap101-1.1.3_17

186Freedom Socialist Party1986

nam_apap101-1.1.3_18

187Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation1988, 1991, 1994, 1996

nam_apap101-1.1.3_19

188Gay and Lesbian Victory Fund1985, 1990, 1994

nam_apap101-1.1.3_20

189Gay Community News1987

nam_apap101-1.1.3_21

190GrenadaUndated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_22

191Guerrilla GirlsUndated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_23

Oversized 81Hat - North Carolina Lesbian & Gay Pride March, Asheville, North Carolina1992 June 13

nam_apap101-1.1.3_24

192HomelessnessUndated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_25

193Human Rights1987, Undated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_26

194Human Rights Campaign Fund1991, 1992, Undated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_27

195"Indian Roots of American Democracy"1988

nam_apap101-1.1.3_28

196International Lesbian Conference - buttons in French1986

nam_apap101-1.1.3_29

197International Lesbian Conference, conference material1982-1986

nam_apap101-1.1.3_30

Oversized 45International Lesbian Conference, conference material1984-1985

nam_apap101-1.1.3_31

Oversized 216International Lesbian Conference - poster in French1986

nam_apap101-1.1.3_32

Oversized 217International Lesbian Conference - poster in French1986

nam_apap101-1.1.3_33

Roll 21International Lesbian Conference Poster - LSIS-WICCE: Women's International Cross-Cultural Exchange, Geneva, SwitzerlandUndated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_34

198Iran-Contra1987, 1988

nam_apap101-1.1.3_35

VHS 1Jessie Jackson speech at Democratic National Convention and recording of The Phil Donahue Show episode concerning Tawana Brawley1988

nam_apap101-1.1.3_36

199Labor Organization1991, 1992

nam_apap101-1.1.3_37

1100Ladies Against Women1980-1984, 1986, 1987, 1996, Undated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_38

Oversized 46Ladies Against WomenUndated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_39

1101Ladies Against Women, Consciousness Lowering Kits1984

nam_apap101-1.1.3_40

1102Latin America/Mexico1982-1984, 1986-1989, Undated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_41

1103Lesbian Families: Affirming Our Choices1988, 1989

nam_apap101-1.1.3_42

1104Lesbian & Gay Network/Mobilization for SurvivalUndated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_43

1105Lesbian and Gay Rights1985-1990

nam_apap101-1.1.3_44

21Lesbian and Gay Rights1991-1995, 1998, Undated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_45

22Lesbian Issues1978, 1983-1994, 1996, Undated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_46

23Mailings and Notes1990, Undated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_47

24The Middle East1981, 1988, Undated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_48

25Mississippi murders1994

nam_apap101-1.1.3_49

26MontrealUndated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_50

27National Coming Out Day1988, 1990-1992

nam_apap101-1.1.3_51

28National Lesbian Mentorship Project1989, Undated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_52

29National Organization for Women1986, Undated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_53

210Native American Rights1980, 1984, 1986, 1992, Undated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_54

211Ellen Nesbitt1986

nam_apap101-1.1.3_55

212News clippings1986-1988, 1990-1991, 1993, 1995, Undated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_56

213No Diet Day/Fat Activists1994, 1995, Undated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_57

214North Carolina Lesbian and Gay Parade1986, 1987, 1991, 1992

nam_apap101-1.1.3_58

215Not in Our Name1984

nam_apap101-1.1.3_59

216NotesUndated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_60

217Nuclear Weapons1986

nam_apap101-1.1.3_61

218Nuclear Weapons/Radiation1979-1980, 1984-1985, 1987-1988, 1992, Undated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_62

219Organizing and Internal ConflictUndated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_63

220Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays, Inc.1988

nam_apap101-1.1.3_64

221The Peace Movement1986, 1987, 1999, 2000, Undated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_65

222People with Disabilities1990

nam_apap101-1.1.3_66

223PETAUndated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_67

224Politics1988, Undated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_68

225Pornography IssuesUndated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_69

226Publications1979, 1981, 1983

nam_apap101-1.1.3_70

Oversized 47Publications1985

nam_apap101-1.1.3_71

227Publications1985, 1987, 1988

nam_apap101-1.1.3_72

Oversized 48Publications1990, 1992, 1993, 1995, Undated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_73

228Race Issues1981, 1983, 1990, 1992-1994, Undated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_74

229Rallies and Marches1980, 1982, 1984-1985, 1988, Undated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_75

Oversized 49RalliesUndated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_76

230Resistance1988, 1989

nam_apap101-1.1.3_77

231San Diego Lesbian and Gay Pride1995

nam_apap101-1.1.3_78

232Sharon Kowalski/Karen Thompson1986, 1989

nam_apap101-1.1.3_79

233Stonewall 201989

nam_apap101-1.1.3_80

234Stonewall 251994

nam_apap101-1.1.3_81

235Stonewall 25 International March & Rally, New York City - Presenter name tag1994

nam_apap101-1.1.3_82

236Stonewall 25 Marshall pass1994

nam_apap101-1.1.3_83

Oversized 218Stonewall 25 - press coverage1994

nam_apap101-1.1.3_84

Oversized 88T-shirt - A Family of Pride, Palm Beaches1993

nam_apap101-1.1.3_85

Oversized 89T-shirt - A Family of Pride Worldwide1993

nam_apap101-1.1.3_86

Oversized 86T-shirt - Lesbian Families: Affirming Our Choices1990 Feburary 17-19

nam_apap101-1.1.3_87

Oversized 87T-shirt - Lesbian Families: Affirming Our Choices1990 Feburary 17-19

nam_apap101-1.1.3_88

Oversized 82T-shirt - North Carolina Lesbian & Gay Pride March, Asheville, North Carolina1992 June 13

nam_apap101-1.1.3_89

Oversized 85T-shirt - Pride Without Borders, Nashville1996

nam_apap101-1.1.3_90

Oversized 811T-shirt - San Diego Lesbian and Gay Pride 20th AnniversaryUndated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_91

Oversized 812T-shirt - San Diego Lesbian and Gay Pride 20th AnniversaryUndated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_92

Oversized 813T-shirt - San Diego Lesbian and Gay Pride 20th AnniversaryUndated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_93

221T-shirt - Soar: A Celebration of Life, Strengthening Our AIDS ResponseUndated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_94

237Texas Lesbian Conference - Name tag1988

nam_apap101-1.1.3_95

238The War Conference1988

nam_apap101-1.1.3_96

239Women in Prison1981, 1986-1989, Undated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_97

240Women's International Resource Exchange1984, Undated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_98

241Women's Pentagon Action1981

nam_apap101-1.1.3_99

Oversized 410Women's Pentagon Action1981

nam_apap101-1.1.3_100

242Women's Studies1976, 1978, 1981, 1985-1986, Undated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_101

243Women's Rights1980-1981, 1983-1989, 1991-1995, Undated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_102

244Women Strike for Peace1988, Undated

nam_apap101-1.1.3_103

Oversized 411Women Strike for Peace1980-1981, 1984-1988, 1992, 2000, Undated
Quantity: 0.5 cubic ft. (about 0.5 boxes)
Alphabetical by subject
This subseries contains correspondence, fliers, informational packets, promotional material and other publications.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap101-1.2_1

245Anti-Violence1987, 1988, 1992, Undated

nam_apap101-1.2_2

308Button with keychainUndated

nam_apap101-1.2_3

246Campaign for Fairness in Entertainment1989

nam_apap101-1.2_4

247Correspondence1992, 1993, 1995, Undated

nam_apap101-1.2_5

248Creating Change Conference1988

nam_apap101-1.2_6

249Creating Change Conference1989

nam_apap101-1.2_7

250Creating Change Conference1991

nam_apap101-1.2_8

251Creating Change Conference1992

nam_apap101-1.2_9

252Creating Change Conference1993

nam_apap101-1.2_10

253Creating Change Conference1994

nam_apap101-1.2_11

254Creating Change Conference1995

nam_apap101-1.2_12

255Creating Change Conference - name tag1995

nam_apap101-1.2_13

256Creating Change Conference1996

nam_apap101-1.2_14

257Creating Change Conference1998

nam_apap101-1.2_15

258Creating Change ConferenceUndated

nam_apap101-1.2_16

259Creating Change Conference name tags - panelist, host committee, stage crew1991, 1992, Undated

nam_apap101-1.2_17

Oversized 412Creating Change Conference - poster1995

nam_apap101-1.2_18

260Creating Change Conference name tags - presenter1994

nam_apap101-1.2_19

261Executive Committee1992, 1993

nam_apap101-1.2_20

262Fact sheetsUndated

nam_apap101-1.2_21

263Federal Legislative Reportca. 1991

nam_apap101-1.2_22

264Gays, Lesbians and Bisexuals in the Military1989

nam_apap101-1.2_23

265Guide Book1993

nam_apap101-1.2_24

266Invitations1991, 1993, Undated

nam_apap101-1.2_25

267Peri Jude (Lobbyist) - Business CardUndated

nam_apap101-1.2_26

268Lesbian IssuesUndated

nam_apap101-1.2_27

269"Lift the Ban - Stop Discrimination Action Kit"1994

nam_apap101-1.2_28

270Mailings1988, Undated

nam_apap101-1.2_29

271MembershipUndated

nam_apap101-1.2_30

272National Visibility Campaign for the Gay and Lesbian Vote1986-1988

nam_apap101-1.2_31

273Newsletters1988, 1991-1993

nam_apap101-1.2_32

274Notes1993, Undated

nam_apap101-1.2_33

275"Pervasive Patterns of Discrimination Against Lesbians and Gay Men"1992

nam_apap101-1.2_34

276"Political Action Packet on State-Mediated Issues"ca. 1993

nam_apap101-1.2_35

Oversized 56Posters - "Leading the Fight for Freedom"Undated

nam_apap101-1.2_36

Oversized 57Posters - "Leading the Fight for Freedom"Undated

nam_apap101-1.2_37

277Presidential Transition1992

nam_apap101-1.2_38

278Press Coverage1986, Undated

nam_apap101-1.2_39

Oversized 413Press Coverage1990, 1991

nam_apap101-1.2_40

279Press List1993, 1994

nam_apap101-1.2_41

280Press Releases1988-1993

nam_apap101-1.2_42

281Privacy Project1987

nam_apap101-1.2_43

282Publicity1987, Undated

nam_apap101-1.2_44

283Resources1992

nam_apap101-1.2_45

284Staffing1988, 1992-1994

nam_apap101-1.2_46

285Stand Up For Your Rights1993

nam_apap101-1.2_47

286Strengths and Weaknesses SurveyUndated

nam_apap101-1.2_48

287"Washington, D.C. Lesbian and Gay Communities Portion of Metropolitan Police Department's HR Training Program"1985

nam_apap101-1.2_49

288WritingsUndated
Quantity: 1.75 cubic ft. (about 1.75 boxes)
Alphabetical by subject
This subseries consists of Planning drafts, handwritten notes, meeting minutes, administrative material, and correspondence concerning Michelle Crone's central role in organizing the National Lesbian Conference held in Atlanta in 1991.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap101-1.3_1

31Agenda, draft1991

nam_apap101-1.3_2

32Agenda '89: Women's Legislative Conference1989

nam_apap101-1.3_3

33ALICE (Interim Task Committee)1989, Undated

nam_apap101-1.3_4

34Atlanta Civic Center1989-1991

nam_apap101-1.3_5

35Atlanta Meetings1989, 1990

nam_apap101-1.3_6

36Background Materials1979, Undated

nam_apap101-1.3_7

37BiographiesUndated

nam_apap101-1.3_8

38Button - Bring Sharon Home, Committee to Free Sharon KowalskiUndated

nam_apap101-1.3_9

Cassette 1Cassette Tape - Susan McHale SkyeDancer, Lesbian Nation: One Nation Among Many1991

nam_apap101-1.3_10

VHS 2Concert - Washington Sisters, Lea Delaria, Karen Williams, Teresa Trull1991

nam_apap101-1.3_11

Oversized 71Conference Weekend Extravaganza of Comedy Song and Dance1991

nam_apap101-1.3_12

39Contact Lists1990, Undated

nam_apap101-1.3_13

310Contact Lists: OrganizationsUndated

nam_apap101-1.3_14

311Correspondence1986-1989

nam_apap101-1.3_15

312Correspondence1990, 1991, Undated

nam_apap101-1.3_16

313Cost-sharingUndated

nam_apap101-1.3_17

3.5in-Floppy 1Durham Meeting 3/891989

nam_apap101-1.3_18

314Entertainment1989, 1991

nam_apap101-1.3_19

315Events1991

nam_apap101-1.3_20

316FeathersUndated

nam_apap101-1.3_21

317Finances1990, Undated

nam_apap101-1.3_22

318First National Planning Meeting, Durham, NC1989

nam_apap101-1.3_23

VHS 3First National Planning Meeting, Durham, NC - raw video recording of fishbowl sessions, consensus building (2 hours, 3 minutes)

nam_apap101-1.3_24

319Fundraising1989-1991, Undated

nam_apap101-1.3_25

320International Lesbian Information Service Conference1985

nam_apap101-1.3_26

321Lesbian International Visibility (LIV) Conference1986

nam_apap101-1.3_27

322Lesbian NetworkUndated

nam_apap101-1.3_28

323Mailings1989-1991, Undated

nam_apap101-1.3_29

324Media Committee1989, 1990

nam_apap101-1.3_30

325Mobilization/Networking Committeeca. 1991

nam_apap101-1.3_31

326Moon PhasesUndated

nam_apap101-1.3_32

327Nametag1991

nam_apap101-1.3_33

328National Lesbian Conference Organizing Kit1990

nam_apap101-1.3_34

329National Lesbian Feminist Agenda Conference Planning Meeting1988

nam_apap101-1.3_35

330National Lesbian Rights Conference1988

nam_apap101-1.3_36

331National Lesbian Rights Conference, San Diego - name tag and button1988

nam_apap101-1.3_37

332Notes1989, Undated

nam_apap101-1.3_38

Oversized 414Notes, fliers and forms1990-1991

nam_apap101-1.3_39

333Notes on slidesUndated

nam_apap101-1.3_40

256Novelty fan - I am an NLC Fan, Diversity, Solidarity, Empowermentca. 1991

nam_apap101-1.3_41

334Nurturing Committeeca. 1991

nam_apap101-1.3_42

335Old Women1989, Undated

nam_apap101-1.3_43

336Other Conferences1980, 1983, 1985-1991

nam_apap101-1.3_44

337Outcomes of the Conference1991

nam_apap101-1.3_45

338Photographs1991

nam_apap101-1.3_46

Oversized 415Poster1991

nam_apap101-1.3_47

339Press Coverage1988, 1989, 1991, Undated

nam_apap101-1.3_48

Oversized 416Press Coverage, newspapers1989, 1991

nam_apap101-1.3_49

Oversized 417Press Coverage, newspapers1989, 1991

nam_apap101-1.3_50

340Press Information1989

nam_apap101-1.3_51

341Press Releases1990, 1991

nam_apap101-1.3_52

342Program1991

nam_apap101-1.3_53

343Program CommitteeUndated

nam_apap101-1.3_54

344Proposals1990, Undated

nam_apap101-1.3_55

345PublicityUndated

nam_apap101-1.3_56

346Queer Nation/NY Panel & Discussion1991

nam_apap101-1.3_57

347Regional Planning1988, 1989, Undated

nam_apap101-1.3_58

348Registration Forms1991

nam_apap101-1.3_59

349Schedules/Timelines1990, 1991

nam_apap101-1.3_60

350Second National Planning Meeting, Portland, OR1989

nam_apap101-1.3_61

351Staffing1990

nam_apap101-1.3_62

352Steering Committeeca. 1991

nam_apap101-1.3_63

353StructureUndated

nam_apap101-1.3_64

255T-shirt - National Lesbian Conference Atlanta1991

nam_apap101-1.3_65

354Third National Planning Meeting, Kansas City, MO1990

nam_apap101-1.3_66

355Travel and Accommodations1991, Undated

nam_apap101-1.3_67

356Two-Spirited, Thunder People1994

nam_apap101-1.3_68

357Volunteer Form1991

nam_apap101-1.3_69

358West Coast Lesbian Conference1973

nam_apap101-1.3_70

359Women of Color/Racism1980, 1989-1991, Undated

nam_apap101-1.3_71

360Women with Disabilities1985, 1989, Undated

nam_apap101-1.3_72

361WritingsUndated
Quantity: 2.3 cubic ft. (about 2.3 boxes)
Alphabetical by subject. Records of the civil disobedience action at the Supreme Court are specifically labeled "Civil Disobedience at the Supreme Court."
This subseries consists of material relating to the 1987 national march, including material about civil disobedience, and records from Michelle Crone's position as National Civil Disobedience Coordinator and "Out ? Outraged," the 1987 act of civil disobedience at the Supreme Court. Present are correspondence, notes, meeting minutes and memoranda from the committees planning the march. Also included are ephemera, leaflets, pamphlets, newsletters, fliers, and other published material from the March organization. Michelle Crone also collected newspaper clippings and articles pertaining to the march which can be found in the “Press Coverage” folders.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap101-1.4_1

362A Time to Shine1987

nam_apap101-1.4_2

363AIDS/PWA Information1987

nam_apap101-1.4_3

364Awards1987, 1988

nam_apap101-1.4_4

Roll 41Banner - National March on Washington for Gay and Lesbian Rights, October 11, 1987, "For Love and For Life, We're Not Going Back" (36in by 60in)1987

nam_apap101-1.4_5

365Business Cards1987

nam_apap101-1.4_6

245Buttons - 1987 National March on Washington1987

nam_apap101-1.4_7

366Civil Disobedience: Background Materials1987

nam_apap101-1.4_8

367Civil Disobedience: The Civilian Complaint Review Board1987

nam_apap101-1.4_9

368Civil Disobedience: Handbooks1979, 1980, 1982, 1986-1987

nam_apap101-1.4_10

369Civil Disobedience: "Resource Packet for Non-Violent Training"1987

nam_apap101-1.4_11

370Civil Disobedience: War Resisters League Training Packet1987

nam_apap101-1.4_12

371Civil Disobedience: Writings & Publications1987

nam_apap101-1.4_13

372Civil Disobedience at Supreme Court: Check-in Packet1987

nam_apap101-1.4_14

373Civil Disobedience at Supreme Court: Correspondence1987

nam_apap101-1.4_15

374Civil Disobedience at Supreme Court: Evaluation Meeting1988

nam_apap101-1.4_16

375Civil Disobedience at Supreme Court: Grievances Filed1987

nam_apap101-1.4_17

376Civil Disobedience at Supreme Court: Fundraising and Finances1987, Undated

nam_apap101-1.4_18

41Civil Disobedience at Supreme Court: Handbook1987

nam_apap101-1.4_19

42Civil Disobedience at Supreme Court: Mailings1987, Undated

nam_apap101-1.4_20

43Civil Disobedience at Supreme Court: Mapsca. 1987

nam_apap101-1.4_21

44Civil Disobedience at Supreme Court: Medical Concerns1987

nam_apap101-1.4_22

45Civil Disobedience at Supreme Court: Meetings1987

nam_apap101-1.4_23

46Civil Disobedience at Supreme Court: Notesca. 1987

nam_apap101-1.4_24

47Civil Disobedience at Supreme Court: Participant Evaluations1987

nam_apap101-1.4_25

Oversized 418Civil Disobedience at Supreme Court: Participant Information1987

nam_apap101-1.4_26

48Civil Disobedience at Supreme Court: Participants and Contactsca. 1987

nam_apap101-1.4_27

49Civil Disobedience at Supreme Court: Permits1987

nam_apap101-1.4_28

410Civil Disobedience at Supreme Court: Photographs1987

nam_apap101-1.4_29

Oversized 419Civil Disobedience at Supreme Court: Planning, Legal Pads1987

nam_apap101-1.4_30

Oversized 420Civil Disobedience at Supreme Court: Planning, Legal Pads1987

nam_apap101-1.4_31

411Civil Disobedience at Supreme Court: Press Coverage1987

nam_apap101-1.4_32

412Civil Disobedience at Supreme Court: Regional Planning1987

nam_apap101-1.4_33

413Civil Disobedience at Supreme Court: Schedules1987

nam_apap101-1.4_34

414Civil Disobedience at Supreme Court: Speeches1987

nam_apap101-1.4_35

415Civil Disobedience at Supreme Court: Staff Searches1987

nam_apap101-1.4_36

416Civil Disobedience at Supreme Court: Training Sessions1987

nam_apap101-1.4_37

417Civil Disobedience at Supreme Court: Washington Landmarksca. 1987

nam_apap101-1.4_38

418Civil Disobedience at Supreme Court: Writings1987

nam_apap101-1.4_39

419Correspondence1987

nam_apap101-1.4_40

420Demands and Goals1987

nam_apap101-1.4_41

VHS 4Documentary of March on Washington, C.D., The Ritual of Civil Disobedience, directed by Sorrell Hays (24 min)1987

nam_apap101-1.4_42

421Endorsements1987

nam_apap101-1.4_43

422Fundraising and Finances1987

nam_apap101-1.4_44

423Gay and Lesbian Electronic Access NetworkUndated

nam_apap101-1.4_45

424Guidebook1987

nam_apap101-1.4_46

425JEB (Joan E. Biren)1987, 1988

nam_apap101-1.4_47

426Lesbian Rights Lobby Kit1987

nam_apap101-1.4_48

427Lobby Day1987

nam_apap101-1.4_49

428Mailings and Invitations1987

nam_apap101-1.4_50

429Mapsca. 1987

nam_apap101-1.4_51

430Meetings1987

nam_apap101-1.4_52

431Memoranda1987

nam_apap101-1.4_53

432Merchandising1987

nam_apap101-1.4_54

433NAMES Project/AIDS Memorial Quilt1987

nam_apap101-1.4_55

434Name tag - Press Pass for Lesbian Nation1987

nam_apap101-1.4_56

247Name tag - Michelle Crone, Civil Disobedience Chairperson1987

nam_apap101-1.4_57

435National Gay and Lesbian Task Forceca. 1987

nam_apap101-1.4_58

436National Office of the March on Washington1987

nam_apap101-1.4_59

437National Organization for Women (NOW)1987

nam_apap101-1.4_60

438National Steering Committee1987

nam_apap101-1.4_61

439Never Forget/Harvey Milk Ceremony1987

nam_apap101-1.4_62

440Notesca. 1987

nam_apap101-1.4_63

441Office Scene, mounted photograph1987

nam_apap101-1.4_64

442Organizing Committee1987

nam_apap101-1.4_65

443Organizing Conference1986

nam_apap101-1.4_66

444Organizing Kit1987

nam_apap101-1.4_67

445"Out and Outraged," sheet music1987

nam_apap101-1.4_68

446Participants and Delegations1987

nam_apap101-1.4_69

447Permitca. 1987

nam_apap101-1.4_70

448Photographs1987

nam_apap101-1.4_71

248Plastic Basket labeled March on WashingtonUndated

nam_apap101-1.4_72

449Post-March Material1987-1989

nam_apap101-1.4_73

450Post-March organizing and notes1987, 1988

nam_apap101-1.4_74

451Press Coverage1986

nam_apap101-1.4_75

Oversized 12Press Coverage1986, 1987

nam_apap101-1.4_76

Oversized 13Press Coverage1987

nam_apap101-1.4_77

Oversized 14Press Coverage1987

nam_apap101-1.4_78

Oversized 15Press Coverage1987

nam_apap101-1.4_79

Oversized 16Press Coverage1987

nam_apap101-1.4_80

Oversized 17Press Coverage1987

nam_apap101-1.4_81

Oversized 18Press Coverage1987, 1988

nam_apap101-1.4_82

452Press Coverage, February1987

nam_apap101-1.4_83

453Press Coverage, April, May, and June1987

nam_apap101-1.4_84

454Press Coverage, July, August, and September1987

nam_apap101-1.4_85

455Press Coverage, October-December1987

nam_apap101-1.4_86

456Press Coverage1988

nam_apap101-1.4_87

Oversized 11Press coverage - Names Quilt1989

nam_apap101-1.4_88

457Press Releases1987

nam_apap101-1.4_89

458Proposals and Resolutions1987

nam_apap101-1.4_90

459Publicity1987

nam_apap101-1.4_91

Oversized 21Publicity and posters1987

nam_apap101-1.4_92

Oversized 22Publicity and posters1987

nam_apap101-1.4_93

Oversized 23Publicity and posters1987

nam_apap101-1.4_94

Oversized 24Publicity and posters1987

nam_apap101-1.4_95

Oversized 25Publicity and posters1987

nam_apap101-1.4_96

Oversized 26Publicity and posters1987

nam_apap101-1.4_97

Oversized 27Publicity and posters1987

nam_apap101-1.4_98

460Regional Planning1987

nam_apap101-1.4_99

461Schedules of Events1987

nam_apap101-1.4_100

462S/M-Leather Contingent1987

nam_apap101-1.4_101

246Small stuffed bear with pin - Out and Outraged, For Love, Life & Liberation, Lesbian/Gay Civil Disobedience1987

nam_apap101-1.4_102

463Steering Committee, Regional Representatives1987

nam_apap101-1.4_103

233T-shirt - March on Washington for Lesbian & Gay Civil Rights1987

nam_apap101-1.4_104

231T-shirt - Staff, National March on Washington for Lesbian & Gay Rights1987

nam_apap101-1.4_105

232T-shirt - Staff, National March on Washington for Lesbian & Gay Rights1987

nam_apap101-1.4_106

464Technical Production1987

nam_apap101-1.4_107

465Travel and Accommodation1987

nam_apap101-1.4_108

466The Wedding/Couples1987

nam_apap101-1.4_109

467Writingsca. 1987
Quantity: 2.6 cubic ft. (about 2.6 boxes)
Alphabetical by subject.
This subseries includes administrative records from Michelle Crone's service on the Interim Coordinating Committee and the Executive Committee for the 1993 March on Washington, as well as her job as March Coordinator for the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force. This includes handwritten meeting notes, minutes, correspondence, formal and informal reports, political literature, fliers and other publications, newspaper clippings, ephemera, permits, schedules, information on performers and ephemera. Michelle Crone also collected newspaper clippings and articles pertaining to the march which can be found in the “Press Coverage” folders.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap101-1.5_1

468Action Kit: Fight the Right1993

nam_apap101-1.5_2

469AIDS/People with AIDS1993

nam_apap101-1.5_3

470Anthem1992

nam_apap101-1.5_4

249Buttons - 1993 National March on Washington1993

nam_apap101-1.5_5

471Artwork1992-1993

nam_apap101-1.5_6

472Bisexuality1989, 1991, 1992, Undated

nam_apap101-1.5_7

473Business Cardsca. 1993

nam_apap101-1.5_8

474Civil Disobedienceca. 1993

nam_apap101-1.5_9

VHS 5Commemorative Video for the 1993 March on Washington for Gay, Lesbian and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation, In The Life Productions1993

nam_apap101-1.5_10

475The Committee for the March on Washington, Inc.1992, 1993

nam_apap101-1.5_11

476Correspondence1991-1992

nam_apap101-1.5_12

477Correspondence1993

nam_apap101-1.5_13

478Demands and Platforms1992-1993

nam_apap101-1.5_14

51"Demonstrating in the District of Columbia" Handbook1991

nam_apap101-1.5_15

52Endorsements1992-1993

nam_apap101-1.5_16

53Melissa Etheridge (with photographs)ca. 1993

nam_apap101-1.5_17

54Executive Committee By Laws, Log Cabin1992-1993

nam_apap101-1.5_18

55Executive Committee Correspondence1992-1993

nam_apap101-1.5_19

56Executive Committee Meetings1993

nam_apap101-1.5_20

57Executive Committee Membership1992-1993

nam_apap101-1.5_21

58Executive Committee Memoranda1992-1993

nam_apap101-1.5_22

59Executive Committee Planning Notesca. 1993

nam_apap101-1.5_23

510Executive Committee Proposals1993

nam_apap101-1.5_24

511Finances1992-1993

nam_apap101-1.5_25

512Fundraising1992-1993

nam_apap101-1.5_26

513Gay and Lesbian Histories Exhibit1993

nam_apap101-1.5_27

514Human Rights Campaign Fund1992

nam_apap101-1.5_28

515Interim Coordinating Committee (ICC) with photographs1991-1992

nam_apap101-1.5_29

516JEB: Joan E. Birenca. 1993

nam_apap101-1.5_30

VHS 6The Lesbian and Gay Bands of America, March on Washington 1993, March and Concert Excerpts1993

nam_apap101-1.5_31

517Mailings1990, 1993

nam_apap101-1.5_32

518Maps1993

nam_apap101-1.5_33

519Medical Committee1993

nam_apap101-1.5_34

520Medical Committee1993

nam_apap101-1.5_35

521Meetings1993

nam_apap101-1.5_36

522Memoranda1993

nam_apap101-1.5_37

523Metrocard1993

nam_apap101-1.5_38

524Merchandising1993

nam_apap101-1.5_39

525The Names Project/New York Memorial Quilt1987, 1988, 1993

nam_apap101-1.5_40

2412Name tag - Michelle Crone, Executive Committee, the 1993 March on Washington for Lesbian, Gay and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation1993

nam_apap101-1.5_41

526Name tag - National Executive Committee1993

nam_apap101-1.5_42

527Name tag - National Steering Committee Meeting1993

nam_apap101-1.5_43

2413Name tag - Stage 2, 1993 March on Washington for Lesbian, Gay and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation1993

nam_apap101-1.5_44

528National Gay and Lesbian Task Force1993

nam_apap101-1.5_45

529National Organization for Woman, Inc. (NOW)1993

nam_apap101-1.5_46

530National Organizing Facilitator Search1992

nam_apap101-1.5_47

531National Steering Committee1992-1993

nam_apap101-1.5_48

532Newsletters and Mailings1992-1993

nam_apap101-1.5_49

533Notesca. 1993

nam_apap101-1.5_50

534Organizing Kit1993

nam_apap101-1.5_51

535Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays, Inc. (P-FLAG)1993

nam_apap101-1.5_52

536Participants and Delegations1993

nam_apap101-1.5_53

537People with Disabilities1993

nam_apap101-1.5_54

538Performers1992-1993

nam_apap101-1.5_55

539Performers: Barbara Lee Supeno1993

nam_apap101-1.5_56

540Performers: Crazy Eights Management1992

nam_apap101-1.5_57

541Performers: Disappear Fear1992

nam_apap101-1.5_58

542Performers: Girls in the Nose1992

nam_apap101-1.5_59

543Performers: Maile Klein & Marina Hodgini1992

nam_apap101-1.5_60

544Performers: Lesbian and Gay Bands of America1993

nam_apap101-1.5_61

545Performers: Pandy Division1992

nam_apap101-1.5_62

546Performers: Penny Arcade1993

nam_apap101-1.5_63

547Performers: Phrane1993

nam_apap101-1.5_64

548Performers: Rhythm Express1992

nam_apap101-1.5_65

549Performers: River Sui1992

nam_apap101-1.5_66

550Performers: RuPaul1993

nam_apap101-1.5_67

551Performers: Fred Small1993

nam_apap101-1.5_68

552Performers: Doug Stevens and the Outband1992

nam_apap101-1.5_69

553Performers: Lynn E. Thomas1992

nam_apap101-1.5_70

554Performers: Suzanne Westenhoefer1992

nam_apap101-1.5_71

555Performers: Tom Wilson Weinberg1993

nam_apap101-1.5_72

556Performers: Winkte and Crazy Sacred Dogs1993

nam_apap101-1.5_73

557Permits/National Park Service1992-1993

nam_apap101-1.5_74

558Personal Correspondence1993

nam_apap101-1.5_75

559Photographs1993

nam_apap101-1.5_76

560Political Literatureca. 1993

nam_apap101-1.5_77

561Post-March Correspondence1993

nam_apap101-1.5_78

562Post-March Materials1994, Undated

nam_apap101-1.5_79

Oversized 51Posters (20in by 24in)1993

nam_apap101-1.5_80

Oversized 52Posters - National Gay and Lesbian Task Force March on Washington1993

nam_apap101-1.5_81

Oversized 55Posters - National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, "Fight Back," March on Washington1993

nam_apap101-1.5_82

VHS 7"Prelude to Victory" The 1993 March on Washington Video, Girard Video1993

nam_apap101-1.5_83

563Press Coverage1991, 1992

nam_apap101-1.5_84

Oversized 28Press Coverage1992, 1993

nam_apap101-1.5_85

Oversized 29Press Coverage1992, 1993

nam_apap101-1.5_86

Oversized 210Press Coverage1993

nam_apap101-1.5_87

Oversized 211Press Coverage1993

nam_apap101-1.5_88

Oversized 212Press Coverage1993

nam_apap101-1.5_89

564Press Coverage, January, February and March1993

nam_apap101-1.5_90

565Press Coverage, April1993

nam_apap101-1.5_91

566Press Coverage, May and June1993

nam_apap101-1.5_92

567Press Coverage, July and August1993

nam_apap101-1.5_93

568Press Coverage, September, October, November1993

nam_apap101-1.5_94

569Press Coverage, December and later1993, 1994, Undated

nam_apap101-1.5_95

570Press Packets1993

nam_apap101-1.5_96

571Press Pass1993

nam_apap101-1.5_97

572Press Releases1991-1993

nam_apap101-1.5_98

573Program Guides1993

nam_apap101-1.5_99

574Proposals and Resolutions1991-1993

nam_apap101-1.5_100

575Publicity1993

nam_apap101-1.5_101

Oversized 213Publicity and posters1993

nam_apap101-1.5_102

2410Rainbow Bracelet - 1993 March on Washington1993

nam_apap101-1.5_103

576Regional Planning1993

nam_apap101-1.5_104

577Related Events1993

nam_apap101-1.5_105

578Schedules of Events1993

nam_apap101-1.5_106

579Security1993

nam_apap101-1.5_107

61"A Simple Matter of Justice: Post-March Press Clippings"1993

nam_apap101-1.5_108

62SM/Leather/Fetish Contingent1993

nam_apap101-1.5_109

2411Small stuffed doll with pin on face - National Gay & Lesbian Task Force, A Simple Matter of Justice, March on Washington1993

nam_apap101-1.5_110

63Andrew Stein: New York City Council President1993

nam_apap101-1.5_111

64Stickers1993

nam_apap101-1.5_112

2310T-shirt - 1993 National March on Washington Logistics Team1993

nam_apap101-1.5_113

2311T-shirt - 1993 National March on Washington Michelle Crone Executive Committee1993

nam_apap101-1.5_114

235T-shirt - A Simple Matter of Justice1993

nam_apap101-1.5_115

244T-shirt - Fight Back, National Gay & Lesbian Task Force March on Washington1993

nam_apap101-1.5_116

241T-shirt - It's a Simple Matter of Justice, National Gay & Lesbian Task Force March on Washington1993

nam_apap101-1.5_117

242T-shirt - It's a Simple Matter of Justice, National Gay & Lesbian Task Force March on Washington1993

nam_apap101-1.5_118

243T-shirt - It's a Simple Matter of Justice, National Gay & Lesbian Task Force March on Washington1993

nam_apap101-1.5_119

236T-shirt - Marshall1993

nam_apap101-1.5_120

2312T-shirt - National Gay & Lesbian Task Force, A Simple Matter of Justice, March on Washington (white)1993

nam_apap101-1.5_121

2313T-shirt - National Gay & Lesbian Task Force, A Simple Matter of Justice, March on Washington (white)1993

nam_apap101-1.5_122

2314T-shirt - National Gay & Lesbian Task Force, A Simple Matter of Justice, March on Washington (grey)1993

nam_apap101-1.5_123

237T-shirt - Security1993

nam_apap101-1.5_124

238T-shirt - Security1993

nam_apap101-1.5_125

239T-shirt - Security1993

nam_apap101-1.5_126

234T-shirt - The 1993 March on Washington for Lesbian, Gay, and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation1993

nam_apap101-1.5_127

65Technical Production1993

nam_apap101-1.5_128

66Telephone Messages1993

nam_apap101-1.5_129

67Tickets to Events1993

nam_apap101-1.5_130

68Timelines1991-1993

nam_apap101-1.5_131

69Transgender1992-1993

nam_apap101-1.5_132

610Travel and Accommodations1992-1993

nam_apap101-1.5_133

611Robin Tyler1993

nam_apap101-1.5_134

612Washington Support Committee1992

nam_apap101-1.5_135

613Weather1993

nam_apap101-1.5_136

614The Wedding1993

nam_apap101-1.5_137

615Work Committeesca. 1993

nam_apap101-1.5_138

616Writings1993
Quantity: 2.6 cubic ft. (about 2.6 boxes)
Alphabetical by subject.
This subseries contains the records from the Seneca Women’s Peace Encampment in Romulus, New York. This includes political literature, correspondence, financial records, mailings, ephemera, meeting minutes, and grant proposals. The series also includes registration forms for the entire encampment for 1983. Also present is information on nuclear energy and radiation collected by Michelle Crone in respect to the goals of the encampment.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap101-1.6_1

Oversized 421"Action Info" Forms1983

nam_apap101-1.6_2

66Action Records1983, Undated

nam_apap101-1.6_3

67Actions and Rallies1982-1986, 1988, 1989, Undated

nam_apap101-1.6_4

68Activism/Peace Resources1974, 1980-1983, 1985-1988, Undated

nam_apap101-1.6_5

69ArtworkUndated

nam_apap101-1.6_6

251Banner - Womyn Resist III, Women's Peace Camps International (72in by 92in, drawn on bedsheet)Undated

nam_apap101-1.6_7

252Banner - Seneca Women's Peace Camp, sewn depiction of women with peace sign, women symbol, poetry, writings, buttons (42in by 82in, sewn on bedsheet)Undated

nam_apap101-1.6_8

Cassette 2Cassette tape - Woman's Peace Encampment "Being Ourselves" Ithaca Feminist Radio1991

nam_apap101-1.6_9

610Children in Crisis1983

nam_apap101-1.6_10

611Contact Lists1983, 1985, 1987, Undated

nam_apap101-1.6_11

612Contents of NotebookUndated

nam_apap101-1.6_12

613Correspondence1983-1988, Undated

nam_apap101-1.6_13

302Donations coffee can with buttonsca. 1984

nam_apap101-1.6_14

Oversized 54Drawing of two Native Americans (17in by 21in)Undated

nam_apap101-1.6_15

614Dykes Opposed to Nuclear TechnologyUndated

nam_apap101-1.6_16

615E.L.F. Waves, E.E.G. Entrainment, Psychotronic Warfare & WelfareUndated

nam_apap101-1.6_17

616EMR/"Zapping"1965, 1980, 1982, 1983, 1985-1989

nam_apap101-1.6_18

617EMR/"Zapping"Undated

nam_apap101-1.6_19

618Field JournalUndated

nam_apap101-1.6_20

619Finances1983, Undated

nam_apap101-1.6_21

620Fundraising1983, 1984, Undated

nam_apap101-1.6_22

621Gallery 345/Art for Social Change, Inc.1983

nam_apap101-1.6_23

622Garlick's Mini-MartUndated

nam_apap101-1.6_24

623Grant Proposals1984

nam_apap101-1.6_25

624Grant Proposals1984

nam_apap101-1.6_26

625Grant Proposals1984

nam_apap101-1.6_27

626Grant Proposals1984

nam_apap101-1.6_28

254Hat with buttons - Sonia Johnson, Citizens Party, Women's Encampment for Peace and JusticeUndated

nam_apap101-1.6_29

627Legal FundUndated

nam_apap101-1.6_30

628Life at CampUndated

nam_apap101-1.6_31

629Mailings1983-1988, 1997, Undated

nam_apap101-1.6_32

630Meeting Minutes1983-1985

nam_apap101-1.6_33

631Meeting Minutes1986-1987

nam_apap101-1.6_34

632Meeting Minutes1988-1989, Undated

nam_apap101-1.6_35

633Microwave News1986-1987

nam_apap101-1.6_36

634Microwave News1988, Undated

nam_apap101-1.6_37

635Memoranda1989

nam_apap101-1.6_38

636News clippings1983-1984, 1987, 1989, 1992, 1993

nam_apap101-1.6_39

637Newsletters1986, Undated

nam_apap101-1.6_40

Oversized 219No trespassing poster = "Nuclear Free Zone, Women's Land"1984

nam_apap101-1.6_41

638Non-Registration Forms - A1983

nam_apap101-1.6_42

639Non-Registration Forms - B1983

nam_apap101-1.6_43

640Non-Registration Forms - B1983

nam_apap101-1.6_44

641Non-Registration Forms - B1983

nam_apap101-1.6_45

642Non-Registration Forms - C1983

nam_apap101-1.6_46

643Non-Registration Forms - C1983

nam_apap101-1.6_47

644Non-Registration Forms - D1983

nam_apap101-1.6_48

645Non-Registration Forms - D-E1983

nam_apap101-1.6_49

646Non-Registration Forms - F1983

nam_apap101-1.6_50

647Non-Registration Forms - G1983

nam_apap101-1.6_51

648Non-Registration Forms - G-H1983

nam_apap101-1.6_52

71Non-Registration Forms - H1983

nam_apap101-1.6_53

72Non-Registration Forms - I-J1983

nam_apap101-1.6_54

73Non-Registration Forms - K1983

nam_apap101-1.6_55

74Non-Registration Forms - L1983

nam_apap101-1.6_56

75Non-Registration Forms - M1983

nam_apap101-1.6_57

76Non-Registration Forms - M1983

nam_apap101-1.6_58

77Non-Registration Forms - N-O1983

nam_apap101-1.6_59

78Non-Registration Forms - P-Q1983

nam_apap101-1.6_60

79Non-Registration Forms - R1983

nam_apap101-1.6_61

710Non-Registration Forms - R1983

nam_apap101-1.6_62

711Non-Registration Forms - S1983

nam_apap101-1.6_63

712Non-Registration Forms - S1983

nam_apap101-1.6_64

713Non-Registration Forms - S1983

nam_apap101-1.6_65

714Non-Registration Forms - T-V1983

nam_apap101-1.6_66

715Non-Registration Forms - W1983

nam_apap101-1.6_67

716Non-Registration Forms - W1983

nam_apap101-1.6_68

717Non-Registration Forms - Y-Z1983

nam_apap101-1.6_69

718Non-Registration Forms - multi-name1983

nam_apap101-1.6_70

719NotesUndated

nam_apap101-1.6_71

720NotesUndated

nam_apap101-1.6_72

Oversized 422NotesUndated

nam_apap101-1.6_73

721Nuclear Weapons1979, 1980, 1983, 1985-1988, Undated

nam_apap101-1.6_74

722Other Women's Peace Camps1987, Undated

nam_apap101-1.6_75

723Peace Walk/"Waterloo 54"1983

nam_apap101-1.6_76

724PhotographsUndated

nam_apap101-1.6_77

725Planning Notes1982

nam_apap101-1.6_78

726Postcards1983

nam_apap101-1.6_79

727PostcardsUndated

nam_apap101-1.6_80

Oversized 53Poster (14in by 24in)1984

nam_apap101-1.6_81

Oversized 423Press Coverage1983

nam_apap101-1.6_82

728Press Releases1983, 1985, 1986, Undated

nam_apap101-1.6_83

Flat-File 1Print of Native Americans and Bison by Susan A. Fuchs[?] "To Michelle My Life Partner (20in by 25in)1984

nam_apap101-1.6_84

729Proposals1984, Undated

nam_apap101-1.6_85

Oversized 424Publications1983, 1985, 1987, 1988

nam_apap101-1.6_86

730Publicity1983, 1984, 1986, Undated

nam_apap101-1.6_87

731Reporter's Packet1985

nam_apap101-1.6_88

732Resource Handbook1983-1987

nam_apap101-1.6_89

733Songs & Chants1985, Undated

nam_apap101-1.6_90

734Speech at Conference [?]1986

nam_apap101-1.6_91

735Staff1983, Undated

nam_apap101-1.6_92

736StickersUndated

nam_apap101-1.6_93

253T-shirt - Women's Encampment for a Future of Peace and JusticeUndated

nam_apap101-1.6_94

737Timelines/CalendarsUndated

nam_apap101-1.6_95

738VDT News1987-1989

nam_apap101-1.6_96

739Video Collective/Women's Media1984, 1985, Undated

nam_apap101-1.6_97

740Vision Statement1983

nam_apap101-1.6_98

741WorkshopsUndated

nam_apap101-1.6_99

742Writings and Publications1983, 1985, 1988, Undated
Quantity: 10.1 cubic ft. (about 10.1 boxes)
Divided into subseries by event or event series. Each subseries is arranged alphabetically by subject, except for Rhythm Fest which is ordered by festival date, then by subject.
This series consists of material from music festivals and other events that Michelle Crone produced or was involved in organizing.
Quantity: 1 cubic ft. (about 1 boxes)
Alphabetical by subject
This subseries contains material concerning Michelle Crone's production company, Elword Productions, which focused on creating events and performances in the Capital Region that would appeal to women and the LGBT community. This includes many files of performers that include biographies, correspondence, published reviews, riders, and technical specifications. Performers were musical groups, comedians, theater performers, and others that generally focused on feminist or lesbian issues. The subseries consists primarily of promotional material, and administrative records for the company are scarce. There is a substantial amount of material from comedian and actress Lea Delaria, whom Crone worked with on numerous occasions.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap101-2.1_1

743Advertising, Media ListUndated

nam_apap101-2.1_2

744Aftershow PassesUndated

nam_apap101-2.1_3

745Agents, Fleming Tamulevich & Associates, "Artist Updates"1995, 1996

nam_apap101-2.1_4

746Agents, Mary McFaul1991

nam_apap101-2.1_5

747Articles by Laura Post1986, 1992, 1993

nam_apap101-2.1_6

748Business CardsUndated

nam_apap101-2.1_7

749Correspondence1986-1987, 1992-1993

nam_apap101-2.1_8

750Elword Mailing ListUndated

nam_apap101-2.1_9

751"Growing Up Queer in America," Chris Cinque1987, 1990

nam_apap101-2.1_10

752NotesUndated

nam_apap101-2.1_11

753Performers, 4 Big Girls1993

nam_apap101-2.1_12

754Performers, Altazor1989

nam_apap101-2.1_13

755Performers, Terry Baum1985-1986

nam_apap101-2.1_14

756Performers, Begonia1988, 1990-1993

nam_apap101-2.1_15

757Performers, Karen Bath1988

nam_apap101-2.1_16

758Performers, Betty1995

nam_apap101-2.1_17

759Performers, Billy Tipton Memorial Saxophone Quartet1993-1994

nam_apap101-2.1_18

760Performers, Angela Bowen1988-1991

nam_apap101-2.1_19

761Performers, Carolyn BrandyUndated

nam_apap101-2.1_20

762Performers, Kelley J. Brower1996

nam_apap101-2.1_21

763Performers, Maureen Brownsey1991-1994

nam_apap101-2.1_22

764Performers, Bonnie Buhler-Smith1989

nam_apap101-2.1_23

765Performers, Sarah Burrill1993

nam_apap101-2.1_24

766Performers, Nell Carter1995

nam_apap101-2.1_25

767Performers, Maggie Cassella1991-1993

nam_apap101-2.1_26

768Performers, Teresa Chandler1989

nam_apap101-2.1_27

769Performers, Kate Clinton1988

nam_apap101-2.1_28

770Performers, Barbara CobbUndated

nam_apap101-2.1_29

771Performers, Commie Lesbos from Outer Space1992

nam_apap101-2.1_30

772Performers, Lea DeLaria1992-1995

nam_apap101-2.1_31

773Performers, Lea DeLaria, John Larroquette Script1994

nam_apap101-2.1_32

774Performers, Lea DeLaria and Jeanine Strobel1983-1985

nam_apap101-2.1_33

775Performers, Melanie DeMore1990

nam_apap101-2.1_34

776Performers, DestinyUndated

nam_apap101-2.1_35

777Performers, Disappear Fear1992-1993

nam_apap101-2.1_36

778Performers, Alix Dobkin1985-1989

nam_apap101-2.1_37

779Performers, Dos Fallopia1991, 1993-1993

nam_apap101-2.1_38

780Performers, Dos Lesbos1988, Undated

nam_apap101-2.1_39

781Performers, Tracy DrachUndated

nam_apap101-2.1_40

782Performers, The Ellen James Society1992

nam_apap101-2.1_41

783Performers, Melissa Ethridgeca. 1988, 1992, 1994, Undated

nam_apap101-2.1_42

784Performers, Carole Etzler and Brenda Chambers1986

nam_apap101-2.1_43

785Performers, Alice EvergreenUndated

nam_apap101-2.1_44

786Performers, Sue Fink1985

nam_apap101-2.1_45

81Performers, Five Lesbian Brothers1991-1992

nam_apap101-2.1_46

82Performers, FliersUndated

nam_apap101-2.1_47

83Performers, Garden Variety Lesbian Variety Show1995

nam_apap101-2.1_48

84Performers, Girls in the Nose1991-1992

nam_apap101-2.1_49

85Performers, Marga Gomez1988-1989

nam_apap101-2.1_50

86Performers, Monica GrantUndated

nam_apap101-2.1_51

87Performers, Lisa Gray1991

nam_apap101-2.1_52

88Performers, Michael Greer1995

nam_apap101-2.1_53

89Performers, Kristen HallUndated

nam_apap101-2.1_54

810Performers, Hawkins and Delear1986-1987

nam_apap101-2.1_55

811Performers, Susan Herrick1991

nam_apap101-2.1_56

812Performers, Ubaka Hill1994

nam_apap101-2.1_57

813Performers, Helen Hooke1991

nam_apap101-2.1_58

814Performers, Cheryl JacobsUndated

nam_apap101-2.1_59

815Performers, JEB (Joan E. Biron)1986

nam_apap101-2.1_60

816Performers, Lisa Koch1991

nam_apap101-2.1_61

817Performers, Lynn Lavner1986

nam_apap101-2.1_62

818Performers, Laura Love1991

nam_apap101-2.1_63

819Performers, The Maggie & Maggie Show1994

nam_apap101-2.1_64

820Performers, Maul Girls1993

nam_apap101-2.1_65

821Performers, Marla BB1994

nam_apap101-2.1_66

822Performers, Diedre McCalla1985, 1989

nam_apap101-2.1_67

823Performers, Muriel Miguel1991

nam_apap101-2.1_68

824Performers, Melanie MonsurUndated

nam_apap101-2.1_69

825Performers, Lynda MontgomeryUndated

nam_apap101-2.1_70

826Performers, Maggie Moore1992, 1994

nam_apap101-2.1_71

827Performers, Faith Nolan1989

nam_apap101-2.1_72

828Performers, OlatunjiUndated

nam_apap101-2.1_73

829Kristen O'Shee1994-1995

nam_apap101-2.1_74

830Performers, Pele Juju1995

nam_apap101-2.1_75

831Performers, Linee Perroncel1995

nam_apap101-2.1_76

832Performers, Janice Perry1986, 1988-1995

nam_apap101-2.1_77

833Performers, Marjy Plant1989

nam_apap101-2.1_78

834Performers, Georgia RagsdaleUndated

nam_apap101-2.1_79

835Performers, Red FlagUndated

nam_apap101-2.1_80

836Performers, Rhythm Express1995

nam_apap101-2.1_81

837Performers, Karen Ripley1994-1995

nam_apap101-2.1_82

838Performers, Betsy Salkind1992-1994

nam_apap101-2.1_83

839Performers, Sally Landers and the FixationsUndated

nam_apap101-2.1_84

840Performers, She Is1991

nam_apap101-2.1_85

841Performers, Sisters on Stage (S.O.S.)1992, Undated

nam_apap101-2.1_86

842Performers, Slightly Tortured Music1991

nam_apap101-2.1_87

843Performers, Judith Sloan1983, 1985-1991

nam_apap101-2.1_88

844Performers, Smith and BakkenUndated

nam_apap101-2.1_89

845Performers, Sorrel Doris Hays1986

nam_apap101-2.1_90

846Performers, Strangers in Paradise1991

nam_apap101-2.1_91

847Performers, Suede1987-1993

nam_apap101-2.1_92

848Performers, Ten Percent Review1985-1987

nam_apap101-2.1_93

849Performers, Lucie Blue Tremblay1986

nam_apap101-2.1_94

850Performers, Teresa Trull1988, 1989

nam_apap101-2.1_95

851Performers, Sophie TuckerUndated

nam_apap101-2.1_96

852Performers, Two Nice Girls1991-1992

nam_apap101-2.1_97

853Performers, Two Spirited Thunder People1991

nam_apap101-2.1_98

854Performers, Edwina Tyler1985, 1992-1993

nam_apap101-2.1_99

855Performers, Robin Tyler1980, 1988, 1991

nam_apap101-2.1_100

856Performers, Venus Envy1991

nam_apap101-2.1_101

857Performers, Oliver Wadsworth1993

nam_apap101-2.1_102

858Performers, Kathryn Warner1993

nam_apap101-2.1_103

859Performers, The Washington Sisters1987-1988, 1994

nam_apap101-2.1_104

860Performers, Sam Weis1991

nam_apap101-2.1_105

861Performers, Karen Williams1988-1989

nam_apap101-2.1_106

862Performers, Wise Guys1991-1992

nam_apap101-2.1_107

863Performers, The Wyrd SistersUndated

nam_apap101-2.1_108

864Performers, Yagottawanna1992-1993

nam_apap101-2.1_109

865Performers, Yer Girlfriend1990

nam_apap101-2.1_110

866Performers, Leah Zicari1991

nam_apap101-2.1_111

867Phone Messages1989, Undated

nam_apap101-2.1_112

868PhotographsUndated

nam_apap101-2.1_113

869Rough Around the Edges, by Beth Wood (theatrical script)Undated

nam_apap101-2.1_114

870Skeletons are Crying, by Kathleen Mahoney (theatrical script)Undated

nam_apap101-2.1_115

871Somerville Theater1994

nam_apap101-2.1_116

872Suede vs. Columbia Records, subpoena1994

nam_apap101-2.1_117

873Technicians, Hanna Vorlicek1993

nam_apap101-2.1_118

874Tele Personal, by Margaret Webb (theatrical script)1994

nam_apap101-2.1_119

875Theatrical Scripts1981, Undated

nam_apap101-2.1_120

876Walk and Squawk Productions1993

nam_apap101-2.1_121

877Will You Be My Angel?, by Penny Jacqueline White (theatrical script)1995
Quantity: 0.5 cubic ft. (about 0.5 boxes)
Alphabetical by subject
This subseries includes correspondence, handwritten notes, forms, schedules, bills, financial records. Performers and presenters files consist of biographies, correspondence, contracts, riders, and technical specifications.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap101-2.2_1

878Advertising1989

nam_apap101-2.2_2

879Advertising CollectiveUndated

nam_apap101-2.2_3

880Clinic1989

nam_apap101-2.2_4

881Correspondence1989

nam_apap101-2.2_5

882Finances1989

nam_apap101-2.2_6

883Fliers1989

nam_apap101-2.2_7

884Forms1989

nam_apap101-2.2_8

885Itineraries1989

nam_apap101-2.2_9

886Land Lease1989

nam_apap101-2.2_10

887Mailing Lists1989, Undated

nam_apap101-2.2_11

888Maps and Directions1989

nam_apap101-2.2_12

889Messages1989

nam_apap101-2.2_13

890News Clippings1989

nam_apap101-2.2_14

891Notes1989

nam_apap101-2.2_15

892Performers1989

nam_apap101-2.2_16

893Performers, Acoustic Medicine1989

nam_apap101-2.2_17

894Performers, Rory Block1989

nam_apap101-2.2_18

895Performers, Bright Morning Star1989

nam_apap101-2.2_19

896Performers, Casselberry-Dupree1989

nam_apap101-2.2_20

897Performers, David Darling1989

nam_apap101-2.2_21

898Performers, Edwina Lee Tyler & A Piece of the World1989

nam_apap101-2.2_22

899Performers, Kay Gardner1989

nam_apap101-2.2_23

8100Performers, Mary Gemini1989

nam_apap101-2.2_24

8101Performers, Ruth Pelham1989

nam_apap101-2.2_25

8102Performers, Evi Seidman1989

nam_apap101-2.2_26

8103Performers, Cathy Winter1989

nam_apap101-2.2_27

8104Presenters, Margaret Adler1989

nam_apap101-2.2_28

8105Presenters, AmyLee1989

nam_apap101-2.2_29

8106Presenters, Donald J. Barnes1989

nam_apap101-2.2_30

8107Presenters, Luc Bodin & Anna Bond1989

nam_apap101-2.2_31

8108Presenters, Greta Bro1989

nam_apap101-2.2_32

8109Presenters, Laura Chester1989

nam_apap101-2.2_33

8110Presenters, Christopher Childs1989

nam_apap101-2.2_34

8111Presenters, Merrit Clifton1989

nam_apap101-2.2_35

8112Presenters, Diane Connelly1989

nam_apap101-2.2_36

8113Presenters, Sandra Boston deSylvia1989

nam_apap101-2.2_37

8114Presenters, Judith Enck1989

nam_apap101-2.2_38

8115Presenters, Rosemary Gladstar1989

nam_apap101-2.2_39

8116Presenters, Chellis Glendinning1989

nam_apap101-2.2_40

8117Presenters, Elizabeth Dobson Grey1989

nam_apap101-2.2_41

8118Presenters, Richard Grossman1989

nam_apap101-2.2_42

8119Presenters, Amtul Hannan1989

nam_apap101-2.2_43

8120Presenters, Merle Hoffman1989

nam_apap101-2.2_44

8121Presenters, Pat Hynes1989

nam_apap101-2.2_45

8122Presenters, Jennifer Justice1989

nam_apap101-2.2_46

8123Presenters, Kim Karkos1989

nam_apap101-2.2_47

8124Presenters, Ynestra King1989

nam_apap101-2.2_48

8125Presenters, Winona LaDuke1989

nam_apap101-2.2_49

8126Presenters, Eleanor LaCain1989

nam_apap101-2.2_50

8127Presenters, Deborah Lee1989

nam_apap101-2.2_51

8128Presenters, Medicine Story1989

nam_apap101-2.2_52

8129Presenters, Susan Meeker-Lowry1989

nam_apap101-2.2_53

8130Presenters, Ingrid Newkirk1989

nam_apap101-2.2_54

8131Presenters, Baba Olatunji1989

nam_apap101-2.2_55

8132Presenters, Oriethyia1989

nam_apap101-2.2_56

8133Presenters, Sarah Pirtle1989

nam_apap101-2.2_57

8134Presenters, John Robbins1989

nam_apap101-2.2_58

8135Presenters, Brant Secunda1989

nam_apap101-2.2_59

8136Presenters, Merlin Stone1989

nam_apap101-2.2_60

8137Presenters, Jake Swamp1989

nam_apap101-2.2_61

8138Presenters, Luisah Teish1989

nam_apap101-2.2_62

8139Presenters, Nancy Jack Todd1989

nam_apap101-2.2_63

8140Presenters, Adam Trombly1989

nam_apap101-2.2_64

8141Presenters, Jeff Volk1989

nam_apap101-2.2_65

8142Presenters, Susan Wood1989

nam_apap101-2.2_66

8143Presenters, Ann Wiseman1989

nam_apap101-2.2_67

8144Program1989

nam_apap101-2.2_68

8145Registration Packet1989

nam_apap101-2.2_69

8146Supplies1989

nam_apap101-2.2_70

8147Ticket Forms1989

nam_apap101-2.2_71

8148Vendors1989

nam_apap101-2.2_72

8149Work Crews1989

nam_apap101-2.2_73

8150Work Exchange Applications1989
Quantity: 2.2 cubic ft. (about 2.2 boxes)
Alphabetical by subject
This subseries primarily consists of promotional materials generated during Michelle Crone's position as Events Director of the Cultural Festival at Gay Games IV in New York City. This includes of programs, publications, fliers, meeting notes, and correspondence. Proposal files include clippings of quotes, reviews on prospective performers, and often contain completed submission forms.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap101-2.3_1

VHS 8Application Video to the 1994 Gay Games Cultural Festival New York from Te Waka Awitina Tane, Inc.ca. 1994

nam_apap101-2.3_2

8151Athlete Registration Book1994

nam_apap101-2.3_3

262Buttons and medalsca. 1994

nam_apap101-2.3_4

8152Calendar of Events1994

nam_apap101-2.3_5

261Collared shirt - Gay Games IVca. 1994

nam_apap101-2.3_6

8153Cultural Festival, Information Pack1994

nam_apap101-2.3_7

Oversized 220Cultural Festival, posters1994

nam_apap101-2.3_8

8154Cultural Festival, program with marginalia1994

nam_apap101-2.3_9

8155Draft Program1994

nam_apap101-2.3_10

VHS 9Dress Suits to Hire, Cultural Festival Drop off1993

nam_apap101-2.3_11

8156Event Lists1994

nam_apap101-2.3_12

8157Focus Groups1993

nam_apap101-2.3_13

VHS 10Claudette L'Heureux, Equipe Montreal '94, Cultural Festival Call for Entries - Gay Games IV1993

nam_apap101-2.3_14

Flat-File 2Large sign for Gay Games IV Cultural Festival on foam core, handwritten schedule on back (24in by 36in)1994

nam_apap101-2.3_15

Flat-File 3Large sign for Gay Games IV Cultural Festival on foam core (24in by 36in)1994

nam_apap101-2.3_16

91Nametag1994

nam_apap101-2.3_17

92News Clippings, Articles1994

nam_apap101-2.3_18

93Notes1994

nam_apap101-2.3_19

94Organizational Structure1994

nam_apap101-2.3_20

VHS 11Monica Palacios, Latin Lezbo Comic Performance Piece (40 min)1992

nam_apap101-2.3_21

95Performances1994

nam_apap101-2.3_22

96Performers and Performance List1994

nam_apap101-2.3_23

97Performers, Lisa Kron1994

nam_apap101-2.3_24

98Performers1994

nam_apap101-2.3_25

99Photographs, Michelle Crone1994

nam_apap101-2.3_26

VHS 12Planet Q1994

nam_apap101-2.3_27

263Plastic Cups - Unity '941994

nam_apap101-2.3_28

264Plastic Flag - Unity '94, Games Can Change the World1994

nam_apap101-2.3_29

Roll 22Poster - Gay Games II San Francisco1986

nam_apap101-2.3_30

910Programs1994

nam_apap101-2.3_31

911Progress Report, Boden Sandstrom1994

nam_apap101-2.3_32

912Proposal, 1,000 Voice Chorus1993

nam_apap101-2.3_33

913Proposal, Tom Ammiano1987, 1991-1995

nam_apap101-2.3_34

914Proposal, Antigravity, Inc.1992-1994

nam_apap101-2.3_35

915Proposal, Kerry Ashton1982-1987, 1990-1993

nam_apap101-2.3_36

916Proposal, Frank Aquino1992-1993

nam_apap101-2.3_37

917Proposal, B-Average1993

nam_apap101-2.3_38

918Proposal, Suzy Berger1993

nam_apap101-2.3_39

919Proposal, Laura Berkson1988, 1990-1994

nam_apap101-2.3_40

920Proposal, Karen Bilik1994

nam_apap101-2.3_41

921Proposal, Sahir Blackeagle1994

nam_apap101-2.3_42

922Proposal, Amy Boyd1993

nam_apap101-2.3_43

923Proposal, Seraiah Carol1993-1994

nam_apap101-2.3_44

924Proposal, Doug Stevens and the Outband1991-1994

nam_apap101-2.3_45

925Proposal, Chrissanne Eastwood1993-1994

nam_apap101-2.3_46

926Proposal, Entry Forms1994

nam_apap101-2.3_47

927Proposal, Maria Esposito1994

nam_apap101-2.3_48

928Proposal, David Eye, Timepiece1994

nam_apap101-2.3_49

929Proposal, Eventures1993

nam_apap101-2.3_50

930Proposal, Sara Felder1994

nam_apap101-2.3_51

931Proposal, Walter Fitzwater, Dialogue Between Me and My Virus1993

nam_apap101-2.3_52

932Proposal, The Flirtations1991-1993

nam_apap101-2.3_53

933Proposal, Fruit Cocktail Cabaret1993-1994

nam_apap101-2.3_54

934Proposal, Kurt Fulton, Sodomite Warriors1990, 1994

nam_apap101-2.3_55

935Proposal, Karen Gerbig1993

nam_apap101-2.3_56

936Proposal, Monica Grant1992-1994

nam_apap101-2.3_57

937Proposal, Dino Hodge1994

nam_apap101-2.3_58

938Proposal, Hot Dish1993

nam_apap101-2.3_59

939Proposal, Invert Films1992

nam_apap101-2.3_60

940Proposal, The It Twins1989-1993

nam_apap101-2.3_61

941Proposal, Jimmy James1987-1990, 1994

nam_apap101-2.3_62

942Proposal, Ira Jeffries, Theatrical Scripts, Man Child The BreakClotel1992

nam_apap101-2.3_63

943Proposal, Pam Kansas1992-1993

nam_apap101-2.3_64

944Proposal, Andrew Kelm, Black Birde1992

nam_apap101-2.3_65

945Proposal, Tracy Kennedy1994

nam_apap101-2.3_66

946Proposal, Lesbian and Gay Bands of America1993

nam_apap101-2.3_67

947Proposal, John McGivern1993

nam_apap101-2.3_68

948Proposal, Mike's FilmUndated

nam_apap101-2.3_69

949Proposal, Mimi=Freed1993-1994

nam_apap101-2.3_70

950Proposal, Miriam1991-1994

nam_apap101-2.3_71

951Proposal, Bryan Murphy1991, Undated

nam_apap101-2.3_72

952Proposal, Holly Near1985, 1990

nam_apap101-2.3_73

953Proposal, Faith Nolan1987, 1989, 1991-1994

nam_apap101-2.3_74

954Proposal, Thomas O'Neil, Judy at the Stonewall Inn1993

nam_apap101-2.3_75

955Proposal, Kile Ozier1993

nam_apap101-2.3_76

956Proposal, Monica Palacios1991-1994

nam_apap101-2.3_77

957Proposal, Stephen Patterson1990-1993

nam_apap101-2.3_78

958Proposal, Janice Perry1988-1994

nam_apap101-2.3_79

959Proposal, Planet Q1993

nam_apap101-2.3_80

960Proposal, Sue Popper1993-1994

nam_apap101-2.3_81

961Proposal, Promotional Material1994, Undated

nam_apap101-2.3_82

962Proposal, Radical Faeries1994

nam_apap101-2.3_83

963Proposal, Georgia Ragsdale1993

nam_apap101-2.3_84

964Proposal, Richie Rich1994

nam_apap101-2.3_85

965Proposal, Eugene Salandra1993

nam_apap101-2.3_86

966Proposal, Sister Dyke-Auto-Me1994

nam_apap101-2.3_87

967Proposal, Jason Stuart1994

nam_apap101-2.3_88

968Proposal, Julia Tipton1994

nam_apap101-2.3_89

969Proposal, Linda Travis1994

nam_apap101-2.3_90

970Proposal, Mark Truitt1993

nam_apap101-2.3_91

971Proposal, TrystUndated

nam_apap101-2.3_92

972Proposal, The Unarmed Poets1992, 1994

nam_apap101-2.3_93

973Proposal, Judy ValentiUndated

nam_apap101-2.3_94

974Proposal, Waiting for the Show, Theatrical Script1992-1994

nam_apap101-2.3_95

975Proposal, The Washington Sisters1994

nam_apap101-2.3_96

976Proposal, Laura Wetzler1993-1994

nam_apap101-2.3_97

977Proposal, Marcia Wilke1994

nam_apap101-2.3_98

978Proposal, Liz Winfeld1993

nam_apap101-2.3_99

979Proposal, Laurie Wolf1992, 1994

nam_apap101-2.3_100

980Proposal, Worm1993-1994

nam_apap101-2.3_101

981Proposal, Wry Crips, Procedures and Guidelines1989

nam_apap101-2.3_102

982Publications1994

nam_apap101-2.3_103

351Seat cushion - Gay Games IV Opening Ceremonies1994

nam_apap101-2.3_104

352Seat cushion - Gay Games IV Opening Ceremonies1994

nam_apap101-2.3_105

983Sports Report1994

nam_apap101-2.3_106

984Staff List1994

nam_apap101-2.3_107

985Staff Pass1994

nam_apap101-2.3_108

986Unity Week Calendar1994

nam_apap101-2.3_109

987Worker List1994
Quantity: 1.2 cubic ft. (about 1.2 boxes)
Alphabetical by subject
This subseries includes records of the Reel Visions Lesbian and Gay Film and Video Festival in Albany produced by Michelle Crone with Judy Disco. This consists of correspondence, advertising forms, financial records, clippings of film reviews, fliers, programs, handwritten notes and schedules.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap101-2.4_1

988Advertising1994

nam_apap101-2.4_2

989Business CardsUndated

nam_apap101-2.4_3

990 Clare of the Moon1992

nam_apap101-2.4_4

991Correspondence1991-1995, Undated

nam_apap101-2.4_5

992Directory of Lesbian and Gay Film Festivals1995

nam_apap101-2.4_6

993 Dream Girls1994

nam_apap101-2.4_7

994Film Lists1993, Undated

nam_apap101-2.4_8

995Flyers, Programs1993

nam_apap101-2.4_9

996Flyers, Programs1994

nam_apap101-2.4_10

997Flyers, Programs1995

nam_apap101-2.4_11

998 The Killer Condom1991

nam_apap101-2.4_12

999Mailing ListUndated

nam_apap101-2.4_13

9100Movie Promotional Material1987, 1994, Undated

nam_apap101-2.4_14

9101New Clippings1991

nam_apap101-2.4_15

9102NotesUndated

nam_apap101-2.4_16

9103 Out Here1991-1992

nam_apap101-2.4_17

9104 Over Our Dead Bodies1994

nam_apap101-2.4_18

9105PhotographsUndated

nam_apap101-2.4_19

Oversized 58Poster (16in by 20in)1991
Quantity: 0.2 cubic ft. (about 0.2 boxes)
Alphabetical by subject
This subseries contains records of Michelle Crone's role as a Co-ordinator of the Michigan Womyn's Music Festival. This includes correspondence, fliers, programs, and handwritten notes.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap101-2.5_1

9110Coordinator Union Negotiating Team, Correspondence1982-1985

nam_apap101-2.5_2

9111Coordinator Union Negotiating Team, Meeting Minutes and Notes1982-1985

nam_apap101-2.5_3

9112Coordinator Union Negotiating Team, Meeting Notebooks1983

nam_apap101-2.5_4

101Correspondence, Memoranda1982-1985

nam_apap101-2.5_5

102Flyers and Posters1982, 1985-1987, 1989-1991

nam_apap101-2.5_6

103NewsletterUndated

nam_apap101-2.5_7

104NotesUndated

nam_apap101-2.5_8

Oversized 83T-shirt - Michigan Womyn's Music Festival1981 August
Quantity: 4.8 cubic ft. (about 4.8 boxes)
Festivals ordered by date, undated material at the end, then alphabetical by subject
This subseries consists of the administrative records of the production of Rhythm Fest, a women's music festival that ran from 1990 to 1996. Michelle Crone was one of the original five producers of the festival and was a key part of its origination after her experience at similar festivals. Present are correspondence, handwritten notes, meeting minutes, contracts, photographs of potential sites, programs, registration forms, evaluation and feedback forms, work exchange forms, and ephemera.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap101-2.6_1

1051990 Rhythm Fest, Artists1990

nam_apap101-2.6_2

1061990 Rhythm Fest, Coordinating Lists1990

nam_apap101-2.6_3

1071990 Rhythm Fest, Coordinators Notebook1990-1991

nam_apap101-2.6_4

1081990 Rhythm Fest, Correspondence1990

nam_apap101-2.6_5

1091990 Rhythm Fest, Correspondence1990-1991

nam_apap101-2.6_6

10101990 Rhythm Fest, Evaluation Form1990

nam_apap101-2.6_7

10111990 Rhythm Fest, Financial Records1990-1991

nam_apap101-2.6_8

2671990 Rhythm Fest - Hat, "Rhythm Fest: Women's Music, Art & Politics"Undated

nam_apap101-2.6_9

2811990 Rhythm Fest - Large canvas, many drawings and writings (50in by 92in)1990

nam_apap101-2.6_10

10121990 Rhythm Fest, Lease Agreement1990

nam_apap101-2.6_11

10131990 Rhythm Fest, Location Search1989

nam_apap101-2.6_12

10141990 Rhythm Fest, Meeting Notes1990

nam_apap101-2.6_13

10151990 Rhythm Fest, Program1990

nam_apap101-2.6_14

10161990 Rhythm Fest, Radios1990

nam_apap101-2.6_15

10171990 Rhythm Fest, Shareholders Agreement1990

nam_apap101-2.6_16

10181990 Rhythm Fest, Supplies1990

nam_apap101-2.6_17

Oversized 361990 Rhythm Fest - T-shirt design on felt, Rhythm Fest '90: Women's Music, Art & Politics, "Beautiful! What do you think?"1990

nam_apap101-2.6_18

Oversized 381990 Rhythm Fest - T-shirt design on felt, Rhythm Fest: Women's Music, Art & Politics, "Surprise! This one is beautiful too"Undated

nam_apap101-2.6_19

2271990 Rhythm Fest - T-shirt, Rhythm Fest: Women's Music, Art & PoliticsUndated

nam_apap101-2.6_20

10191990 Rhythm Fest, Vendor List1990

nam_apap101-2.6_21

VHS 131990 Rhythm Fest, Video - Craft area, Sylvia Toffel dances, Michelle C.[Crone], Garbage, Juggling etc., Mary Gemini with Barbara Marino, Alix Dobkin MC (1 of 6)1990

nam_apap101-2.6_22

VHS 141990 Rhythm Fest, Video - Sunrise, Kay Hagan, Texas Two-Steppin' (2 of 6)1990

nam_apap101-2.6_23

VHS 151990 Rhythm Fest, Video - Texas 2-Step Play, Sandia Lambert on disability, Alix Dobkin in concert, Michelle C.[Crone], Raffettes, Morgana dances day stage (3 of 6)1990

nam_apap101-2.6_24

VHS 161990 Rhythm Fest, Video - Morjana dancing, Mandy workshop, Morgana interview, Night Stage Tech Crew, organizers, Lea Delaria (4 of 6)1990

nam_apap101-2.6_25

VHS 171990 Rhythm Fest, Video - Lea Delaria, Casselberry-DuPree, Monica Grant (5 of 6)1990

nam_apap101-2.6_26

VHS 181990 Rhythm Fest, Video - Monica Grant, Lea D.[Delaria] as MC, Girls in the Nose (6 of 6)1990

nam_apap101-2.6_27

10201990 Rhythm Fest, Worker Exchange Contracts1990

nam_apap101-2.6_28

10211990 Rhythm Fest, Worker Lists1990

nam_apap101-2.6_29

10221991 Rhythm Fest, Correspondence1991

nam_apap101-2.6_30

10231991 Rhythm Fest, Correspondence with Herzog, Engstrom and Koplovitz, P.C.1992

nam_apap101-2.6_31

10241991 Rhythm Fest, Craftswoman List1991

nam_apap101-2.6_32

10251991 Rhythm Fest, Employees1991

nam_apap101-2.6_33

10261991 Rhythm Fest, Evaluation Forms1991

nam_apap101-2.6_34

10271991 Rhythm Fest, Financial Statements1991

nam_apap101-2.6_35

10281991 Rhythm Fest, Flyers1991

nam_apap101-2.6_36

10291991 Rhythm Fest, Inventory1991

nam_apap101-2.6_37

10301991 Rhythm Fest, Lease Agreement1991

nam_apap101-2.6_38

10311991 Rhythm Fest, Mailing List1991

nam_apap101-2.6_39

10321991 Rhythm Fest, Meeting Minutes and Notes1991

nam_apap101-2.6_40

10331991 Rhythm Fest, Memorabilia1991

nam_apap101-2.6_41

10341991 Rhythm Fest, Menus1991

nam_apap101-2.6_42

10351991 Rhythm Fest, Newsletter1991

nam_apap101-2.6_43

10361991 Rhythm Fest, Notebooks1991, Undated

nam_apap101-2.6_44

10371991 Rhythm Fest, Notes1991, Undated

nam_apap101-2.6_45

10381991 Rhythm Fest, Performer List1991

nam_apap101-2.6_46

10391991 Rhythm Fest, Photographs1991

nam_apap101-2.6_47

10401991 Rhythm Fest, Program1991

nam_apap101-2.6_48

10411991 Rhythm Fest, Rumor and Feedback Notebooks1991

nam_apap101-2.6_49

Oversized 371991 Rhythm Fest - T-shirt design on felt, Rhythm Fest: Women's Music, Art & Politics1991

nam_apap101-2.6_50

2261991 Rhythm Fest - T-shirt, Rhythm Fest: Women's Music, Art & Politics1991

nam_apap101-2.6_51

10421991 Rhythm Fest, Suggestions1991

nam_apap101-2.6_52

10431991 Rhythm Fest, Work Exchange Applications1991

nam_apap101-2.6_53

10441991 Rhythm Fest, Work Exchange Contracts1991

nam_apap101-2.6_54

10451991 Rhythm Fest, Worker Lists1990-1991

nam_apap101-2.6_55

10461992 Rhythm Fest, Correspondence1992-1993

nam_apap101-2.6_56

10471992 Rhythm Fest, Evaluation Forms1992

nam_apap101-2.6_57

10481992 Rhythm Fest, Financial Statements1991-1992

nam_apap101-2.6_58

10491992 Rhythm Fest, Flyers1992

nam_apap101-2.6_59

10501992 Rhythm Fest, Inventory1992

nam_apap101-2.6_60

10511992 Rhythm Fest, Land Crew1992

nam_apap101-2.6_61

10521992 Rhythm Fest, Lease Agreement1992

nam_apap101-2.6_62

10531992 Rhythm Fest, Media Marketing List1992

nam_apap101-2.6_63

10541992 Rhythm Fest, Meeting Notes1992

nam_apap101-2.6_64

10551992 Rhythm Fest, Naked Controversy1992

nam_apap101-2.6_65

10561992 Rhythm Fest, Notes1992

nam_apap101-2.6_66

10571992 Rhythm Fest, Photographs1992

nam_apap101-2.6_67

10581992 Rhythm Fest, Press Releases1992

nam_apap101-2.6_68

10591992 Rhythm Fest, Program1992

nam_apap101-2.6_69

10601992 Rhythm Fest, Radios1992

nam_apap101-2.6_70

10611992 Rhythm Fest, Registration1992

nam_apap101-2.6_71

10621992 Rhythm Fest, Report on Water1992

nam_apap101-2.6_72

10631992 Rhythm Fest, Staff Communication Log1992

nam_apap101-2.6_73

2241992 Rhythm Fest - T-shirt, 3rd Annual Rhythm Fest: Women's Music, Art & PoliticsUndated

nam_apap101-2.6_74

10641992 Rhythm Fest, Worker Exchange Applications1992

nam_apap101-2.6_75

10651992 Rhythm Fest, Workers List1992

nam_apap101-2.6_76

10661993 Rhythm Fest, Contracts1993

nam_apap101-2.6_77

10671993 Rhythm Fest, Correspondence1993

nam_apap101-2.6_78

10681993 Rhythm Fest, Crone Photo1993

nam_apap101-2.6_79

10691993 Rhythm Fest, Evaluation Forms1993

nam_apap101-2.6_80

10701993 Rhythm Fest, Financial Statements1993

nam_apap101-2.6_81

10711993 Rhythm Fest, Flyers1993

nam_apap101-2.6_82

10721993 Rhythm Fest, Inventory1993

nam_apap101-2.6_83

10731993 Rhythm Fest, Newsletter1993

nam_apap101-2.6_84

10741993 Rhythm Fest, Performers, Leslie Kille1992

nam_apap101-2.6_85

10751993 Rhythm Fest, Performers, The Outskirts1993

nam_apap101-2.6_86

10761993 Rhythm Fest, Performers, Kathryn Warner1993

nam_apap101-2.6_87

10771993 Rhythm Fest, Program1993

nam_apap101-2.6_88

10781993 Rhythm Fest, Registration1993

nam_apap101-2.6_89

10791993 Rhythm Fest, Rumor and Feedback Notebook1993

nam_apap101-2.6_90

2661993 Rhythm Fest - T-shirt, Rhythm Fest: Women's Music, Art & Politics1993

nam_apap101-2.6_91

10801994 Rhythm Fest, Advertising1994

nam_apap101-2.6_92

10811994 Rhythm Fest, Articles1994

nam_apap101-2.6_93

10821994 Rhythm Fest, Contracts1994

nam_apap101-2.6_94

10831994 Rhythm Fest, Correspondence1994

nam_apap101-2.6_95

1111994 Rhythm Fest, Craftswoman Lists1994

nam_apap101-2.6_96

1121994 Rhythm Fest, Evaluation Forms1994

nam_apap101-2.6_97

1131994 Rhythm Fest, Flyers1994

nam_apap101-2.6_98

2781994 Rhythm Fest - Large canvas, many drawings and writings (72in by 72in)1994

nam_apap101-2.6_99

1141994 Rhythm Fest, Lease Agreement1994

nam_apap101-2.6_100

2681994 Rhythm Fest - Leather breastplate1994

nam_apap101-2.6_101

1151994 Rhythm Fest, Memoranda1994

nam_apap101-2.6_102

1161994 Rhythm Fest, "Mistress" (Master) Sheets1994

nam_apap101-2.6_103

1171994 Rhythm Fest, Notes and Financials1994, Undated

nam_apap101-2.6_104

1181994 Rhythm Fest, Performers, Tracy Roso1993

nam_apap101-2.6_105

1191994 Rhythm Fest, Zenobia1994

nam_apap101-2.6_106

11101994 Rhythm Fest, Producers' Workshop1994

nam_apap101-2.6_107

11111994 Rhythm Fest, Program1994

nam_apap101-2.6_108

11121994 Rhythm Fest, Registration Forms1994

nam_apap101-2.6_109

11131994 Rhythm Fest, "Rhythm Fest: An Astrological Picture"1994

nam_apap101-2.6_110

11141994 Rhythm Fest, Questions and Comments Notebook1994

nam_apap101-2.6_111

2651994 Rhythm Fest - T-shirt, Rhythm Fest VUndated

nam_apap101-2.6_112

VHS 191994 Rhythm Fest, Video - "I.D. these women for me!" copy #21994

nam_apap101-2.6_113

11151994 Rhythm Fest, Worker Evaluation Forms1994

nam_apap101-2.6_114

11161995 Rhythm Fest, Advertising1995

nam_apap101-2.6_115

11171995 Rhythm Fest, Assessment Project1995

nam_apap101-2.6_116

11181995 Rhythm Fest, Cabin AssignmentsUndated

nam_apap101-2.6_117

11191995 Rhythm Fest, Correspondence1995

nam_apap101-2.6_118

11201995 Rhythm Fest, Evaluations1995

nam_apap101-2.6_119

11211995 Rhythm Fest, Flyers1995

nam_apap101-2.6_120

11221995 Rhythm Fest, Meeting Notes1995

nam_apap101-2.6_121

11231995 Rhythm Fest, Program1995

nam_apap101-2.6_122

11241995 Rhythm Fest, Worker Contracts1995

nam_apap101-2.6_123

11251995 Rhythm Fest, Worker Lists1995

nam_apap101-2.6_124

11261996 Rhythm Fest, Correspondence1996

nam_apap101-2.6_125

11271996 Rhythm Fest, Notes1996

nam_apap101-2.6_126

11281996 Rhythm Fest, Site Investigation, Notes, Photographs1996

nam_apap101-2.6_127

11291996 Rhythm Fest, Rumor Notebook1996, Undated

nam_apap101-2.6_128

1130Rhythm Fest, Cost and Material ListUndated

nam_apap101-2.6_129

1131Rhythm Fest, Elizabeth Doyle Writings, CorrespondenceUndated

nam_apap101-2.6_130

1132Rhythm Fest, Land NotebookUndated

nam_apap101-2.6_131

1133Rhythm Fest, NametagUndated

nam_apap101-2.6_132

1134Rhythm Fest, NotesUndated

nam_apap101-2.6_133

1135Rhythm Fest, Performers, Julie WolfeUndated

nam_apap101-2.6_134

1136Rhythm Fest, Preparation AgendaUndated

nam_apap101-2.6_135

1137Rhythm Fest, Ritual Abuse Survivors BoothUndated

nam_apap101-2.6_136

1138Rhythm Fest, Sexual Awareness NotebookUndated

nam_apap101-2.6_137

VHS 20Rhythm Fest, Video - Film of Lookout Mountain Festival SiteUndated
Quantity: 0.2 cubic ft. (about 0.2 boxes)
Alphabetical by subject.
This subseries contains material that concerns other festivals or events that Michelle Crone was involved with in some way. The material consists of some administrative documentation, fliers and other published materials, handwritten notes, financial documents, programs, and contracts.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap101-2.7_1

1139Global Gayity1995-1996

nam_apap101-2.7_2

1140Gilded Age Film Workshop1994

nam_apap101-2.7_3

1141North East Women's Musical Retreat1984-1988

nam_apap101-2.7_4

1142North Hampton Lesbian Festival1994-1995, Undated

nam_apap101-2.7_5

1143Old Songs Festival Traditional Music and Dance - Name tagsUndated

nam_apap101-2.7_6

1144Southern Women's Music and Comedy Festival1984-1991, Undated

nam_apap101-2.7_7

225T- shirt - Book Fest of the Palm Beaches: A Literary Festival1991

nam_apap101-2.7_8

Oversized 84T-shirt - New England Women's Musical Retreat, North Stonington, Connecticut1982

nam_apap101-2.7_9

1145West Coast Women's Music and Comedy Festival1982-1990, Undated
Quantity: 1 cubic ft. (about 1 boxes)
Alphabetical by subject
This series primarily consists of personal correspondence between Michelle Crone and her friends and personal acquaintances. Crone’s personal life often overlapped with her professional and political life, and thus, many letters discuss topics from other series. Postcards and greeting cards were retained only when they possessed informational content. Additionally, the “Resumes” folder contains several version of Crone’s resume, documenting a number of events and activities that she was involved with until 1996.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap101-3_1

1146Correspondence1972, 1977, 1980

nam_apap101-3_2

1147Correspondence1981

nam_apap101-3_3

1148Correspondence1982

nam_apap101-3_4

1149Correspondence1983

nam_apap101-3_5

1150Correspondence1984

nam_apap101-3_6

1151Correspondence1985

nam_apap101-3_7

1152Correspondence1986

nam_apap101-3_8

1153Correspondence1987

nam_apap101-3_9

1154Correspondence1988

nam_apap101-3_10

1155Correspondence1989

nam_apap101-3_11

1156Correspondence1990

nam_apap101-3_12

1157Correspondence1991

nam_apap101-3_13

1158Correspondence1992

nam_apap101-3_14

1159Correspondence1993

nam_apap101-3_15

1160Correspondence1994

nam_apap101-3_16

1161Correspondence1995-1996

nam_apap101-3_17

1162CorrespondenceUndated

nam_apap101-3_18

1163Correspondence - Susan Chast1981-1991, Undated

nam_apap101-3_19

1164Correspondence - Michael DeMarco, Newspaper Clippings1968, Undated

nam_apap101-3_20

1165Correspondence - Mauve1990, 1992, 1994, Undated

nam_apap101-3_21

1166Correspondence - MotherUndated

nam_apap101-3_22

1167Correspondence - PunkUndated

nam_apap101-3_23

1168Correspondence - Reggae1984-1987, 1991, Undated

nam_apap101-3_24

1169Correspondence - Woody Blue1985-1987, 1991, Undated

nam_apap101-3_25

1170Crone Performance Flyers1991, Undated

nam_apap101-3_26

1171Draft of Will1986

nam_apap101-3_27

1172Greeting Cards1977-1985

nam_apap101-3_28

1173Greeting Cards1985-1989

nam_apap101-3_29

121Greeting Cards1990-1995

nam_apap101-3_30

122Greeting CardsUndated

nam_apap101-3_31

123Happy Birthday from ZukeUndated

nam_apap101-3_32

124Photographs of Michelle CroneUndated

nam_apap101-3_33

125Postcards1979-1984

nam_apap101-3_34

126Postcards1985-1988

nam_apap101-3_35

127Postcards1989-1995

nam_apap101-3_36

128PostcardsUndated

nam_apap101-3_37

129Postcard from Pat and Allie1982

nam_apap101-3_38

1210Resumes1996, Undated

nam_apap101-3_39

303Vincentian Senior Prom - Mug1976

nam_apap101-3_40

1211Yearbook from the Vincentian Institute - Michelle DeMarco1968

nam_apap101-3_41

1212Yearbook from the Vincentian Institute - Doreen Gaul1968
Quantity: 1 cubic ft. (about 1 boxes)
Alphabetical by subject
This series contains coursework, notes and notebooks, slides, and a name tag from Michelle Crone's time as a student at the State University of New York at Albany between 1981 and 1986.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap101-4_1

1213Administrative Material1981-1995

nam_apap101-4_2

1214Class NotebooksUndated

nam_apap101-4_3

1215Class Notes, Assignments, Reports1981

nam_apap101-4_4

1216Class Notes, Assignments, Reports1981

nam_apap101-4_5

1217Class Notes, Assignments, Reports1982

nam_apap101-4_6

1218Class Notes, Assignments, Reports1983

nam_apap101-4_7

1219Class Notes, Assignments, Reports1984

nam_apap101-4_8

1220Class Notes, Assignments, Reports1984

nam_apap101-4_9

1221Class Notes, Assignments, Reports1985-1986

nam_apap101-4_10

1222Class Notes, Assignments, ReportsUndated

nam_apap101-4_11

131Film Censorship ProjectUndated

nam_apap101-4_12

132Film Class ReadingsUndated

nam_apap101-4_13

133Film Class ReadingsUndated

nam_apap101-4_14

134Nametag1990

nam_apap101-4_15

135SlidesUndated

nam_apap101-4_16

136Women's Studies Class MaterialUndated
Quantity: 12.3 cubic ft. (about 12.3 boxes)
Alphabetical by subject
This series contains unassociated material organized by subject. This includes event fliers, ephemera, political literature, news clippings, notes, and some photographs.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap101-5_1

137"Affirming Seacoast Community Partnership, Community Scan and Needs Assessment"1995

nam_apap101-5_2

Oversized 65Albany Times-Union, article on Catholic Daughters of America Juniors1927

nam_apap101-5_3

Oversized 66Albany Times-Union1928

nam_apap101-5_4

Oversized 610Art Prints - 8 images "A Rainbow Path" by Gina Halpen1987

nam_apap101-5_5

138Article's Newspaper Clippings1985, 1988-1995, Undated

nam_apap101-5_6

139ArtworkUndated

nam_apap101-5_7

1310Association of Women's Music and Culture1990-1991, Undated

nam_apap101-5_8

1311Atlanta Gay and Lesbian Community Directory1990

nam_apap101-5_9

3110Autograph book given to Donata Stigmate [blank]1996

nam_apap101-5_10

211Banner - "Rochester Women's Action for Peace"Undated

nam_apap101-5_11

212Banner - "Rochester Women Against Violence Against Women"Undated

nam_apap101-5_12

213Banner - "Women" MassachusettsUndated

nam_apap101-5_13

214Banner - "Plant Roses Not Missiles"Undated

nam_apap101-5_14

344Black ribbon on spoolUndated

nam_apap101-5_15

1312Bluefish ProductionsUndated

nam_apap101-5_16

1313Kate BornsteinUndated

nam_apap101-5_17

1314Bumper Sticker- "Re- Elect Reagan" He Needs the Sleep!Undated

nam_apap101-5_18

1315Business Card HolderUndated

nam_apap101-5_19

293ButtonsUndated

nam_apap101-5_20

341ButtonsUndated

nam_apap101-5_21

342ButtonsUndated

nam_apap101-5_22

343ButtonsUndated

nam_apap101-5_23

1316Califia Community, fliers, notes1985, Undated

nam_apap101-5_24

1317Calling All CronesUndated

nam_apap101-5_25

1318Campfest, Leaflets1985, 1994

nam_apap101-5_26

1319Capital District Gay and Lesbian Community Council, Executive Director Search Committee1995

nam_apap101-5_27

1320Capital District Gay and Lesbian Community Council, Minutes, Correspondence1988-1989, 1994-1996

nam_apap101-5_28

1321Capital Area G-L Services Directory1984

nam_apap101-5_29

1322Capital District Lesbian and Gay Celebration, Leaflet1989

nam_apap101-5_30

1323Circle Ceremony, PhotographsUndated

nam_apap101-5_31

1324Circle School for Priestesses1986

nam_apap101-5_32

1325Citizens for Media ResponsibilityUndated

nam_apap101-5_33

1326Bill Clinton Inauguration- Metro ticket1993

nam_apap101-5_34

277Collared shirt with purple triangles drawn on itca. 1984

nam_apap101-5_35

1327The Collectives1981

nam_apap101-5_36

1328Community Foundation for the Capital RegionUndated

nam_apap101-5_37

1329Craftwimmin's Mutual aid Society, Pamphlet1988

nam_apap101-5_38

Flat-File 51"Crone Hill Flow Chart," drawing of names and connections - on back: "Dykes of Italy" handwritten schedule (22in by 28in)Undated

nam_apap101-5_39

3112Curing PillUndated

nam_apap101-5_40

1330Daisy Dish Rag1988, Undated

nam_apap101-5_41

1331Dream On, Ladybrandy, Poetry1986

nam_apap101-5_42

311D.Y.K.E. (Do You Know Enough?): A Lesbian Game1986

nam_apap101-5_43

1332Eagle StampUndated

nam_apap101-5_44

1333East Coast Lesbian's Festival, Leaflet1989

nam_apap101-5_45

1334Ellen Nesbitt Writing Campaign1987

nam_apap101-5_46

1335Event Fliers1987-1996, Undated

nam_apap101-5_47

1336Event Pamphlets1988-1989, Undated

nam_apap101-5_48

1337Exhibition, Ann Meredith, Spectra GalleryUndated

nam_apap101-5_49

1338Fat Women's Gathering, Program1994

nam_apap101-5_50

1339Feminist Archive, NewsletterUndated

nam_apap101-5_51

1340The Feminist Institute, LeafletUndated

nam_apap101-5_52

1341Fest Women's Festival, Program1991

nam_apap101-5_53

1342Festival of the Mother Goddess, Correspondence1989

nam_apap101-5_54

1343Film Festivals Programs fliers1991-1994

nam_apap101-5_55

1344Fliers1985-1989, 1991

nam_apap101-5_56

1345" For the Lovers on My Rainbow " JuleUndated

nam_apap101-5_57

1346The Front Page: Serving the Gay and Lesbian Community in North Carolina since 1979Undated

nam_apap101-5_58

1347Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley Annual Report1993-1994

nam_apap101-5_59

1348Gay and Lesbian Antiviolence ProjectUndated

nam_apap101-5_60

1349Gay Sweatshop Theater Company1993

nam_apap101-5_61

1350Girl's Night Out Café, Fliers1986, 1991

nam_apap101-5_62

1351Grant Proposals1986-1995, Undated

nam_apap101-5_63

313Green felt bag with paper coastersUndated

nam_apap101-5_64

333Green Ribbon - "Behold or Mother Earth the spreading trees!"Undated

nam_apap101-5_65

334Green Ribbon - "Earth horizon and all your people. May your thoughts come to us."Undated

nam_apap101-5_66

1352Grinegan Farm, Newsletters, Correspondence1992, 1995

nam_apap101-5_67

1353Gulf Coast, Women's Festival, Program1990

nam_apap101-5_68

1354Gypsy Silver Catering Service1988-1996

nam_apap101-5_69

Flat-File 181Handwritten poster, "Dykes of Italy" (22in by 28in)Undated

nam_apap101-5_70

Flat-File 171Handwritten poster, "Gypsy Silver Company" (22in by 28in)Undated

nam_apap101-5_71

Flat-File 161Handwritten poster, "Sex ed" (22in by 28in)Undated

nam_apap101-5_72

314Hanging ornament - two hearts and a circleUndated

nam_apap101-5_73

326Hanging rainbow stringsUndated

nam_apap101-5_74

301Hat - Cub Scout hat with buttonsUndated

nam_apap101-5_75

1355"A Heart Connection " Study of Berkshire County Lesbian Community1986

nam_apap101-5_76

1356Holding Her Own Fund for Women1993

nam_apap101-5_77

1357Imagination Celebration1989

nam_apap101-5_78

312Index card file in metal boxUndated

nam_apap101-5_79

1358Connie IngramUndated

nam_apap101-5_80

141International Conference on Women's History1986

nam_apap101-5_81

142International Goddess Festival, Flier1994

nam_apap101-5_82

3014Key and keychainUndated

nam_apap101-5_83

291Knit bag with leather strapsUndated

nam_apap101-5_84

332Knitted circular objectUndated

nam_apap101-5_85

143Larry Kromer, ToriUndated

nam_apap101-5_86

144La Ovagenesis- Collections of Women's Writings1986

nam_apap101-5_87

Oversized 612Large coloring book (17in by 22in)Undated

nam_apap101-5_88

Flat-File 61Large drawing paper Pad with handwritten notes about peacekeeping and relationship with National Office (18in by 24in)Undated

nam_apap101-5_89

331Large green and blue dyed cloth with drawing (50in by 80in)Undated

nam_apap101-5_90

Flat-File 91Large poster of Humphrey Bogart (20in by 28in)Undated

nam_apap101-5_91

Flat-File 71Large sign, "Enter Here Revisions Film Festival, New York State Museum Programs" (22in by 18in)Undated

nam_apap101-5_92

Flat-File 141Large sign on foam core, "Have you ever been called a bitch?" on back: "Report it to AVP." (20in by 30in)Undated

nam_apap101-5_93

145"The Lavender Project: Lesbian Health Care Project "1994

nam_apap101-5_94

146Lesbian Avenger Phone/ Contact Sheet1994

nam_apap101-5_95

147Lesbian Fat Activist Network, Newsletters1995

nam_apap101-5_96

148Literary Exchange Fliers, Leaflets1987-1990

nam_apap101-5_97

149Long Beach Lesbian and Gay Pride, Inc. Unity through Diversity, Production Manager Pass1998

nam_apap101-5_98

Oversized 34Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center postersUndated

nam_apap101-5_99

1410Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Community Services Center, Annual Report1993

nam_apap101-5_100

1411Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Community Services Center, " Building a Lesbian Health Center"1994

nam_apap101-5_101

1412Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Community Services Center, Correspondence, Memorandum1988, 1994-1996

nam_apap101-5_102

1413Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Community Services Center, Management Retreat [1 of 2]1994

nam_apap101-5_103

1414Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Community Services Center, Management Retreat [2 of 2]1994

nam_apap101-5_104

1415Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Community Services Center, Plan and Budget1994-1995

nam_apap101-5_105

1416Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Community Services Center, Publications1987, 1994-1995

nam_apap101-5_106

1417Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Community Services Center, Women's Night - Access Pass1997

nam_apap101-5_107

1418Map of AtlantaUndated

nam_apap101-5_108

325Metal bells on string with beadsUndated

nam_apap101-5_109

1419Metro CardsUndated

nam_apap101-5_110

1420Meeting Poster NotesUndated

nam_apap101-5_111

1421Judith Miller, Letters of Recommendation1993-1994

nam_apap101-5_112

Oversized 31"More than a handshake" - map of names and flower drawing, "Susan", "Michelle"Undated

nam_apap101-5_113

Roll 11Movie Poster - Desert Hearts1985

nam_apap101-5_114

Flat-File 81Movie poster for The Maltese Falcon (20in by 28in)Undated

nam_apap101-5_115

3010Name tag - "Crone, Albany, NY, ECC"Undated

nam_apap101-5_116

3011Name tag - Michelle CroneUndated

nam_apap101-5_117

3012Name tag - Michelle Crone from Albany, NYUndated

nam_apap101-5_118

3013Name tag - Hello my name is TabithaUndated

nam_apap101-5_119

1422National Black Gay and Lesbian Conference, Program1988

nam_apap101-5_120

1423National Lesbian and Gay Community Funding Partnership1996

nam_apap101-5_121

1424National Women's Music Festival, Fliers, Pamphlets1990-1991

nam_apap101-5_122

1425National Women's Rights Organizing (NWRO)Undated

nam_apap101-5_123

1426National Women's Studies Association Conference1995

nam_apap101-5_124

1427Newspaper ClippingsUndated

nam_apap101-5_125

1428North American Man-Boy Love Association1980-1982, 1985-1986

nam_apap101-5_126

1429Notebook1995

nam_apap101-5_127

1430NotebookUndated

nam_apap101-5_128

1431NotepadUndated

nam_apap101-5_129

1432NotepadUndated

nam_apap101-5_130

1433NotesUndated

nam_apap101-5_131

1434NotesUndated

nam_apap101-5_132

1435Old Songs Festival1982, 1990

nam_apap101-5_133

1436Out Pages- South Florida Community Directory1994

nam_apap101-5_134

1437"Out of the Ashes" White, "Penny Jacqueline", Novel Draft1993

nam_apap101-5_135

279Outpages: The Directory with a sense of community - Frisbee, "I Can See Queerly Now!"Undated

nam_apap101-5_136

285Package of doll toys, "In Vogue, International Ladies[pasted on] Makeup Set," written on back: "Earthquake Preparedness Kit for Ladies"Undated

nam_apap101-5_137

Flat-File 121Pages from large drawing pad attached to poster, "Badge for graffiti," "Stop Rape" (22in by 28in)Undated

nam_apap101-5_138

Oversized 69Painting: "For Michelle in celebration of the mother, Reggae"Undated

nam_apap101-5_139

1438PhotographsUndated

nam_apap101-5_140

3111Plastic baby powder air freshener, taped on label: "Personal Air Filtration Unit designed to eliminate urban air pollution"Undated

nam_apap101-5_141

286Plastic firemen's helmet with rose decalsUndated

nam_apap101-5_142

324Plastic sunglasses, "Baby Eagle"Undated

nam_apap101-5_143

318Plastic sunglasses covered in glitterUndated

nam_apap101-5_144

Oversized 67Poster for West with the Night (15in by 22in)Undated

nam_apap101-5_145

Oversized 68Poster - International Festival of Women Artists (17in by 22in)1980

nam_apap101-5_146

Roll 31Poster - No Se Prive: es un consejo del colectivo de feministas lesbianas (Do Not Deprive: Council of Lesbian Feminists)Undated

nam_apap101-5_147

Flat-File 131Poster of Carol MacDonald signed "Michelle, this year prude & proud next year S.I.T. if you don't I'll do it, I love you, Carol MacDonald" (18in by 27in)Undated

nam_apap101-5_148

Oversized 611Poster - The Prom You Never Went To (18in by 24in)1987

nam_apap101-5_149

Oversized 62Poster with photographs and letter to Michelle Crone from Mitzi Swatzell and Robbin Tyler (15in by 19in)Undated

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1439Power to the PeopleUndated

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1440Pride and Proud ClubUndated

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1441Project Outline for Artist ArchiveUndated

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1442PWAC Resource Directory1994

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1443Questions for Lesbians1995

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1444Radical ThoughtsUndated

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1445Radio (WRPI's Homo Radio)1992

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1446Re-Evaluations Counseling, Harvey Jackins1988

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1447Readings by OriethyiaUndated

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335Red ribbon - "My power is uplifted as I sing"Undated

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316Red ribbon - "Yes! Now we are dancing, Now we move together," [Susan] GriffinUndated

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1448"Report on the High Security Unit for Women, Federal Correctional Institution, Lexington, Kentucky" ACLU1987

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315Rock crystalUndated

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323Rolled handscrollUndated

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321RolodexUndated

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322RolodexUndated

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1449SAGE (Senior Action in a Gay Environment)1988, Undated

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Oversized 64The Saratogan, article and photo of Amelia Earhart1935

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1450Scholastic1937

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292Sculpture - "To Tab, Happy Solstice"1993

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1451Sisterfire Festival, Program1987

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Flat-File 151Shake off the patriarchy tree, hand drawn poster (22in by 28in)Undated

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Oversized 63Sign: "Area Seeded Please Stay Off, Field Open June 1" (12in by 18in)Undated

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346Silver cross in jewelry boxUndated

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347Small bottle with white substance, attached printed label: "New and Improved Instantawater by Chia Pet, Inc.Undated

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3015Small mirror with religious icon on backUndated

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345Small plastic book with crossUndated

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1452Spectrum Conference1986

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1453State University of New York at Albany, Mentor Program, Correspondence1989, 1991

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Flat-File 111"Stop Homophobia" stop sign poster (22in by 23in)Undated

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Flat-File 101"Stop Rape" stop sign poster (22in by 23in)Undated

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1454Spinsterhaven1991-1992

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1455Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi- Gras. Program1990

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1456Sydney Lesbian Festival, Program1991

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284T-shirt - Australia, Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras1995

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282T-shirt - Che Guevara portrait, ¡Hasta la victoria siempre! Alianzade la Juventud Socialista" (Always to Victory! Alliance of Socialist Youth)Undated

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272T-shirt - Lea DeLaria Queer BratUndated

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273T-shirt - Never Again! yer girlfriendUndated

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274T-shirt - Running Strong for American Indian Youth, Winner's Circle1994

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275T-shirt - Slo Life, San Luis Obispo, CaliforniaUndated

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228T-shirt - "To my Big Brother Michelle, Cunt, Tits, Pussy, Wet, Hot, Suckin & Fuckin, Lia, Rita. P.S. Prude and Proud1990

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283T-shirt - The Transsexual Menace, New York CityUndated

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271T-shirt - "Yabba Dabba Dykes"Undated

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276T-shirt - You've come a long way babyUndated

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2257Testimony Presented to the Governor's Task Force on Lesbian and Gay Issues, joyce Hunter1985

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353Three hula hoops decorated and tied together with yarn, rope and fabricUndated

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Flat-File 41Through the Looking Glass: a gynergenetic experience, Boston April 23, 24, 25 (22in by 28in)1976

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1458T.W.E.E.D New Works Festival, Program1994

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1459Unidentified Photographs, slidesUndated

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Oversized 61"Violet painting," on back: drawing, "Witches of the Nite Burnin" (13in by 20in)ca. 1984

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1460Virgin Islands Mental Health ReportsUndated

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1461Virgin Islands, PhotographsUndated

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1462Virgin Islands "Project Introspection: Legends and Myths", books1969

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151Virgin Islands, Saint ThomasUndated

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Oversized 35Wallflower Order Dance Collective posterUndated

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152Washington Park ConservancyUndated

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153Ways in Being Gay Film Festival1990

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154Wimmin Fest, program1990

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319White cotton glovesUndated

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155"WNYC Celebrates Gay and Lesbian Pride Month"1991

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156Women Against Racism (WAR), fliers, notes1982, Undated

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157Women Alive, Networking Festival1990

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158The Women's Building1986-1988

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159Women's Fun Festival, flier1990

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1510Women's Motorcycle Festival, leaflet1985

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1511Women's Pentagon ActionUndated

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Oversized 33Women's Pentagon Action PosterUndated

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1512Womenworks Conference on Women in the Arts, program1979

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1513Womongathering Festival1989

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1514Womonwrites1986-1989

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1515Workshops, leaflets, programs1985-1985, Undated

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1516Writings1980, 1985-1984

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317Yellow plastic beadsUndated

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Oversized 32"You Are Not Alone" poster - written: "To Michelle and Susan, Love, Thank you for all your work, Love Judy and Harriet[?]Undated

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1517Young and Teen Peacemakers1988
Quantity: 4.2 cubic ft. (about 4.2 boxes)
Alphabetical by publication title
The Periodicals series consists of newspapers, magazines, newsletters, and other regular publications from all over the United States and some foreign countries concerning the lesbian and gay community and activism events. This material seems to have been collected by Michelle Crone during her career and travels.
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16110 Percent1993

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181All About Austin1990

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162Almanac for Social Justice, Albany1989

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163Amazon Times, Owings Mills, Maryland1991-1993

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164Amazonas1981

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165Among Friends Newsletter, Dallas1988

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166Apex, Albany1994

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167ASTRAEA Bulletin1991

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168B&G: A Different Point of View1992

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182Bay Area Reporter, San Francisco1987

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183Bay Area Women's News, Oakland1987

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184Bay Windows, Boston1986

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185Berkshire Women's News, Pittsfield, Massachusetts1986-1987

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186Between the Lines, Detroit1995

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169BLK1989, 1992

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1610Boston Women's Fund1986

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1611Capitol Newsletter, Washington, D.C.1982

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1612Catskill Mountain Womyn's World Drum & Percussion Happen'n1988

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187The Center Fold, Orlando1991

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188Chicago Outlines1988

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1613Chorus Lines, New York1989

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189Clarion, Tucson, Arizona1984

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1810Coming Up!, San Francisco1986-1989

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1614CommUnity, Albany1972, 1987-1990, 1992-1993

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1615CommUnity, Albany1994-1996, 1998

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1811Community Connections, Asheville, North Carolina1994

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1616Community Voice, West Palm Beach, Florida1995

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1617Connection, Southern Connecticut State1993

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1618Connexus, West Hollywood1989-1990

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1619CORE, Long Beach, California1990, 1992

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1620Crisis, Baltimore1995-1996

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1812The Daily Women, Albany1977

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1813Dallas Voice1994

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1814Dare. Nashville1988

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1621Deneuve, San Francisco1991, 1993-1994

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1622Diversity with a Difference, Los Angeles1993

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1623Dykes, Disability & Stuff, BostonUndated

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1815Dykespeak, San Francisco1993, 1995

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1624Equal Times, Babylon, New York1989

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1625Etcetera, Atlanta1989, 1991