Don Paulson papers, 1939-2006  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Paulson, Don
Title
Don Paulson papers
Dates
1939-2006 (inclusive)
Quantity
21.21 cubic feet (31 boxes, 2 oversize folders, 2 vertical files)
Collection Number
(Accession No. 5354)
Summary
Papers of an activist, writer, and artist in Seattle's gay community.
Repository
University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections
Special Collections
University of Washington Libraries
Box 352900
Seattle, WA
98195-2900
Telephone: 206-543-1929
Fax: 206-543-1931
speccoll@uw.edu
Access Restrictions

Textual and visual materials are open to all users. Archival recordings cannot be played due to preservation concerns. Contact Special Collections for more information.

Languages
English


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Don Paulson, an artist and author in the greater Seattle area, was born in Seattle in 1933. Paulson attended Auburn High School, then served for two years in the U.S. Army during the Korean War. He lived in New York and Los Angeles for short periods but returned to Seattle in 1966 and devoted himself to painting. Paulson, a contributor to the Seattle Gay News , formed a friendship with Skippy LaRue, whose photo and clipping collection on female impersonators led Paulson to write about the topic. Specifically interested in female impersonators who performed at the Garden of Allah nightclub in Seattle, he collaborated with University of Washington communications professor Roger Simpson on the book, An Evening at the Garden of Allah: A Gay Cabaret in Seattle (Columbia University Press, 1996), for which they won the Governor's Writers Award in 1997. Paulson used the nickname "Dawn" among his friends, and he used "Whitey Boom" as an alias in connection with painting.

Paulson was a member of Black and White Men Together, a gay interracial organization committed to fostering supportive environments and overcoming racial and cultural barriers. BWMT/Seattle participated in educational, political, cultural, and social activities as a means of addressing racism, sexism, homophobia, ableism, and heterosexism in the community.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Paulson papers are comprised of textual materials, sound recordings, videocassettes, programs, handbills, and sheet music relating to Paulson's life as an artist in the Seattle area, his friendships with other gay men, and his research on female impersonators, notably those who performed at the Seattle cabaret, the Garden of Allah, in the 1950s.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

 

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection.

Accession No. 5354-001: Don Paulson Papers, 1954-2002Return to Top

7.63 cubic ft. (11 boxes, 1 oversize folder)

Scope and Content: The Paulson papers are comprised of textual materials, sound recordings, videocassettes, programs, handbills, and sheet music relating to Paulson's life as an artist in the Seattle area, his friendships with other gay men, and his research on female impersonators, notably those who performed at the Seattle cabaret, the Garden of Allah, in the 1950s. The collection is organized into three subgroups. The Evening at the Garden of Allah subgroup contains incoming letters, subject files, clippings, handbills, programs, ephemera, audio interviews with performers and patrons of the theater, miscellaneous audio and video recordings, and other material relating to the research and publicity for the 1996 book, An Evening at the Garden of Allah: A Gay Cabaret in Seattle. Most of the informants that Paulson interviewed are no longer living. Correspondents include Billy DeVoe and Harvey W. Goodwin. Interviewees include Harvey Lee, Billy DeVoe, and Robin Raye.

Materials in the Seattle Black and White Men Together (BWMT) subgroup include notes and minutes from Don Paulson's term as secretary, newsletters and promotional materials for BWMT, and regional/national convention materials. The Personal Papers subgroup includes biographical information, correspondence, posters, drawings, notes, clippings, and ephemera. Skippy LaRue's clipping collection about female impersonators is also included. Correspondents include Bruce Pitcairn Strachan, Joel Salsman, Rev. Keith D. Davis, John Franklin Koenig, Dennis Meurer, Tim S. Nolan, Terry Nordyke, Diane Scott, Daryl Stipek, and Elizabeth Wight.

Restrictions on Access: The collection is open to the public.

Archival copies of the sound recordings are not available for listening.

Includes 12-inch, 33 1/3 rpm long-playing (LP) records; compact discs, audio cassettes; and 1/2-inch, VHS videocassettes.

Restrictions on Use: Paulson's and Skippy LaRue's rights were transferred to the University of Washington Libraries. Interviews for the book, An Evening in the Garden of Allah may be copied and quoted.

Digital Content/Other Formats: Listening copies made from the archival originals are available for reference purposes.

Acquisition Info: Gift of Don Paulson, June 16, 2003.

Processing Info: Processed by Meredith Selfon.

Processing completed in 2004.

Most of the interviews originally recorded on audio cassettes were copied to CD by Michael Monteleone, and preservation CD copies of these were created by the University of Washington Music Library.

Processing Info: The photographs were relocated to the Don Paulson-Skippy LaRue Photograph Collection, PH Coll. 673, in the division in 2004.

Container(s) Description Dates
An Evening at the Garden of Allah
Incoming Letters
1989-2002
Box/Folder Accession
1/1 5354-001
Bachelor, Kenneth
1993-1996
1/2-3 5354-001
Columbia University Press
1992-2002
1/4 5354-001
DeVoe, Billy
General Notes: Also known as Dusin, Joseph W.
1993-1997
1/5 5354-001
Goodwin, Harvey Wy
1990-1992
1/6 5354-001
Nielson, Sister Paula
1990-1994
1/7 5354-001
Strachan, Bruce
1989
1/8-13 5354-001
Miscellaneous, A-Z
1989-2000, undated
1/14 5354-001
Unidentified
1990-1995
Box/Folder Accession
1/15 5354-001
Outgoing Letters
1991-1995
Interviews (Listening copies)
1989-1995
box-case Accession
10/1 5354-001
Arbicore, Richard
1989
10/2 5354-001
B.B.
1989
10/3 5354-001
Bates, Jim
1993
10/4 5354-001
Bee, Kenny
1993
10/49 5354-001
Begin
Scope and Content: Concerning Ray Bourbon.
undated
10/5 5354-001
Blair, Stephen R.
1993
10/6 5354-001
Brown, Dorothy
undated
10/8 5354-001
Brown, Wanda Leslie
1989
10/36 5354-001
Buerge, Ole
undated
10/32 5354-001
Calley, Jimmy
1989
10/9 5354-001
Carpervie, John
1990
10/10 5354-001
Carter, Bob
1991
10/11 5354-001
Chew, Jimmy
1989
10/19 5354-001
Dempsy, Mark
undated
10/12 5354-001
DeVoe, Billy
1990
10/16 5354-001
Donnelly, Chet
1989
10/17 5354-001
Dorneck, Dee
1993
10/18 5354-001
Drake, Kim
1993
10/20 5354-001
Estelle, Countess
General Notes: Also known as Herb Wolky.
1989
10/2 5354-001
Freeman, Dri
1993
10/22 5354-001
Gerlach, Jim
1989
10/24 5354-001
Gino
1993
10/7 5354-001
Hanson, Hal
undated
10/25 5354-001
Jacomi, Robey
1989
10/26 5354-001
Kelsey, Rita
1989
10/27 5354-001
Kemp, Jose
1995
10/28 5354-001
Kempner, Jim
1993
10/30 5354-001
King, Kitty
undated
10/31 5354-001
Knutson, Norman
1990
10/15 5354-001
LaRue, Skippy
1990
10/40 5354-001
Lee, Harvey
1990
10/33 5354-001
Leonard, Lee
undated
10/34 5354-001
MacClaine, Bill
undated
10/35 5354-001
Maser, Shirley
1990
10/38 5354-001
McFerrson, Bob
1990
10/56 5354-001
Miller, Ann
undated
10/39 5354-001
Nass, Carmelita
1990
10/29 5354-001
Parkins, Bill
1993
10/42 5354-001
Plant, Bill
1989
10/13 5354-001
Raye, Robin
1990
10/14 5354-001
Reynolds, Ricky
1990
10/44 5354-001
Ross, Gerry
1990
10/45 5354-001
Star, Kitty
1992
10/37 5354-001
Thomas, Mona
undated
10/57 5354-001
Trent, Paula
undated
10/46 5354-001
Vilma
1990
10/61 5354-001
Whitehead, Mrs. Anderson
undated
10/47 5354-001
Wholey, Denis
undated
10/53 5354-001
Yentze, Audrey
1990
Interviews (Listening copies)
box-case Accession
9/59 5354-001
Cordas, Jack
1989
9/62 5354-001
Spencer, Walt
1990
9/63 5354-001
Wells, Alex
General Notes: [Also known as Jackie Star?]
undated
Box Accession
8-9 5354-001
Interviews (Archival copies)
Restrictions on Use: Researchers must use listening copies on CD.
4 5354-001
Interviews (Archival copies)
Restrictions on Use: Researchers must use listening copies on CD.
Sound Recordings (Listening copies)
box-case Accession
10/52 5354-001
Andy Warhol Auction
1988
10/51 5354-001
India, etc.
undated
10/48 5354-001
PBS Late Night
undated
10/50 5354-001
Random TV Music
undated
10/55 5354-001
Scandinavian Piece
undated
Sound Recordings (Listening copies)
box-case Accession
7/80 5354-001
A Shot of Ray Bourbon
1997
7/65 5354-001
Advertisement for Book Warming
1996
7/77 5354-001
AIDS Test Should Be Outlawed
1996
7/75 5354-001
AMA Conspiracies
1997
7/70 5354-001
Anthony - Fight in Bar
undated
7/79 5354-001
Bourbon, Ray, Around the World in 80 Ways
ca. 1950
7/78 5354-001
Bourbon, Ray, Let Me Tell You About My Operation
ca. 1950
7/69 5354-001
Conversation with Mark Dempsey
undated
7/64 5354-001
Dan Savage Radio Show
undated
7/74 5354-001
Fascism in Medicine
1994
7/72 5354-001
Flirtations
undated
8/58 5354-001
Girl's Night at South End Baths
undated
7/68 5354-001
Mature Friends Talk
1998
7/73 5354-001
New Faces of 1956
undated
7/76 5354-001
Pluamorphic Pathologies
1994
8/60 5354-001
South American Music and Star Music
undated
7/71 5354-001
Talk of the Nation
2002
Box Accession
4 5354-001
Sound Recordings (Archival copies)
Restrictions on Use: Researchers must use the use listening copies on CD.
9 5354-001
Sound Recordings (Archival copies)
Restrictions on Use: Researchers must use the use listening copies on CD.
Long-playing (LP) Record Albums
Box Accession
Disc Recordings Box 3 5354-001
Bourbon, Ray, Around the World in 80 Ways
1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3rpm, stereo. ; 12 in.
ca. 1950
Disc Recordings Box 3 5354-001
Bourbon, Ray, Don't Call Me Madam
1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3rpm, stereo. ; 12 in.
ca. 1950
Disc Recordings Box 3 5354-001
Bourbon, Ray, Let Me Tell You About My Operation
1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3rpm, stereo. ; 12 in.
ca. 1950
Videocassette Recordings
Box Accession
7 5354-001
Evening Magazine
1 videocassette (VHS) ; 1/2 in.
1993
7 5354-001
Garden Variations
1 videocassette (VHS) ; 1/2 in.
undated
7 5354-001
Reading/Book Party
1 videocassette (VHS) ; 1/2 in.
1996
Box/Folder Accession
1/16 5354-001
Interview Releases
1993
Box
5 5354-001
Magazines
1926-1967
Box/Folder
1/17 5354-001
Speeches and Writings
1996-2000
1/18 5354-001
Conference on Outing Pacific Northwest History
1998
Publicity
Box/Folder Accession
1/19 5354-001
Garden of Allah Stage Play
2000
1/20 5354-001
Pride Foundation
1995
1/21-23 5354-001
General
1990-2000
Box
5 5354-001
General
1994
Box/Folder Accession
1/24 5354-001
Script: Garden of Allah Stage Play
1999
1/25 5354-001
Notes
undated
1/26 5354-001
Programs
1955-1993
1/27 5354-001
Handbills
1958,1982-1991, undated
1/28 5354-001
Bulletins from the Awareness of Life Church/Theo Light Society, Renton, Wash.
1989-1993
Box
5 5354-001
Sheet Music
1912-1928
Box/Folder
1/29 5354-001
Hotcha Hinton Dirty Joke Notebook
ca. 1950
Artifacts
Box Accession
6 5354-001
Garden of Allah Building Fragments
undated
11 5354-001
Gloves
undated
Box/Folder Accession
1/30 5354-001
Promotional Button
undated
Subject Series
Box/Folder Accession
1/31 5354-001
Goodwin, Harvey Wy
1990-1992
1/32 5354-001
Governor's Writers Award
1996-1997
1/33 5354-001
Herrero, Billy
1990
Phillips, George
Box Accession
11 5354-001
Gloves
1993
11 5354-001
Clipping
1991
Box/Folder Accession
1/34 5354-001
Sing, Au
undated
Box/Folder Accession
1/35 5354-001
Clippings
1954,1993-2000
Black and White Men Together (BWMT), Seattle, Wash.
1983-1991
Box/Folder Accession
1/36 5354-001
Minutes and Agenda
1983-1986
1/37 5354-001
Event Notes
1985-1986
Secretary's Notebook
Box/Folder Accession
1/38 5354-001
Steering Committee
1985
1/39 5354-001
Social Activities
1985
1/40 5354-001
Treasury
1985
1/41 5354-001
Calendar
1985
1/42 5354-001
By-Laws
1983
1/43 5354-001
Elections Committee
1985
1/44 5354-001
Public Relations
undated
1/45 5354-001
Prison Outreach
1985
1/46 5354-001
Legalities
1985
1/47 5354-001
Membership
undated
1/48 5354-001
National Association
undated
Audio Cassettes
box-case Accession
7/66 5354-001
National Association Convention Speeches
1985
7/67 5354-001
Radio Show
1985
Box/Folder Accession
1/49 5354-001
Writings of Others
1984-1987
1/50 5354-001
Announcements
1985-1986
1/51 5354-001
Programs
1985-1987
1/52 5354-001
Forms and Surveys
undated
1/53 5354-001
Mailing Lists
1986
1/54 5354-001
Invitation
1985
Flyers
Box/Folder Accession
1/55 5354-001
Black and White Men Together
1979-1987
1/56 5354-001
Miscellaneous
1986, undated
Conventions
Box/Folder Accession
1/57 5354-001
Pacific Coast Regional Network (in Seattle)
1984
2/1-2 5354-001
Los Angeles BWMT
1985
2/3 5354-001
Pacific Coast Regional Network
1986
2/4 5354-001
New York City BWMT
1986
Box/Folder Accession
2/5 5354-001
Calendars
1984-1986
Newsletters
Box/Folder Accession
2/6 5354-001
Seattle BWMT
1984-1988
2/7 5354-001
Other BWMT Chapters
1984-1988
2/8 5354-001
National/International BWMT
1984-1985
2/9 5354-001
Other Organizations
1984-1991
Box/Folder Accession
2/10 5354-001
Autographed Leaflet
1986
2/11 5354-001
Business Cards
undated
2/12 5354-001
Memorabilia
undated
2/13 5354-001
Clippings
1960-1990
Subject Series
Patterson, John
Box/Folder Accession
2/14 5354-001
Miscellany
1984-1986
box:oversize
Misc. Oversize Box 4 5354-001
Autographed Poster
1986
Box/Folder Accession
2/15-16 5354-001
Discrimination Response System (DRS)
1984-1986
Personal Papers
1961-2002
Box/Folder Accession
2/17 5354-001
Biographical Features
1988
Incoming Letters
Box/Folder Accession
2/18 5354-001
Davis, Keith Delane (Reverend)
1963-1984
2/19 5354-001
Doyle, Philip John (P.J.)
1979-1988
2/20 5354-001
Hagen, Carlos B.
1975-1978
2/21 5354-001
Hanseroth, Fred and Bobbi
1969-1985
2/22 5354-001
Koenig, John Franklin
1961-1981
2/23 5354-001
Mahon, Constance (Connie)
1966
2/24-25 5354-001
Meurer, Dennis
1988-2001
2/26-27 5354-001
Nolan, Tim S. (Timothy Shawn)
1969-1973, undated
2/28 5354-001
Nordyke, Terry (Terence)
1966-1994
2/29 5354-001
Paulson, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan T.
1971-1985
2/30 5354-001
Record, Leroy S.
1978-1986
2/31-36 5354-001
Salsman, Joel
1963-1994, undated
2/37 5354-001
Scott, Diane
1965-1978
2/38 5354-001
Septon, Ronald
1971-1986
2/39-41 5354-001
Stipek, Daryl
1968-1992
2/42-52 5354-001
Strachan, Bruce Pitcarin
1970-1993, undated
box:oversize
Misc. Oversize Box 4 5354-001
Strachan, Bruce Pitcarin
1977
Box/Folder
2/53 5354-001
Wight, Elizabeth
1975-1980
3/1-27 5354-001
Miscellaneous A-Z
undated
3/28-32 5354-001
Invitations
1967-2001, undated
3/33 5354-001
Greeting Cards
1964-1997
3/34 5354-001
Bulk Mail
1966-1974, undated
3/35 5354-001
Unidentified
1964-1994, undated
Box/Folder Accession
3/36 5354-001
Outgoing Letters
1964-1980, undated
3/37-39 5354-001
General Correspondence of Others, A-Z
undated
box:oversize
Misc. Oversize Box 4 5354-001
Posters
1969, undated
Box/Folder
3/40 5354-001
Drawing
1960
3/41 5354-001
Notes
undated
box-case
7/81 5354-001
Carlos Hagan, "Some Thoughts on Why One Becomes a Revolutionary"
1 audio cassette
ca. 1970
Box/Folder
3/42 5354-001
Ephemera
undated
3/43 5354-001
Clippings
1979

Accession No. 5354-002: Don Paulson-Skippy LaRue Collection, 1944-2003, undatedReturn to Top

3.85 cubic feet (6 boxes and 1 oversize folder)

General Notes: Minimally processed accession

Scope and Content: Photographs, manuscripts, biographical material and other writings, notes, souvenir programs and other publications, 135 audio recordings on cassette tapes and CD, 5 VHS videocassette tapes, clippings, and ephemera.

Restrictions on Access: Textual and visual materials are open to all users. Archival recordings cannot be played due to preservation concerns. Additionally, material is stored offsite; advance notice is required for use. Contact Special Collections for more information.

Acquisition Info: Donor: Don Paulson, June 30, 2009

Container(s) Description
Box Accession
1 5354-002
Textual materials, photographs, audio tapes
Restrictions on Access: The audio tapes cannot be played due to preservation concerns. Contact Special Collections for more information.
2 5354-002
Textual materials (chiefly) and photographs
3 5354-002
Textual materials, photographs and artwork
4 5354-002
"Skippy LaRue" drag outfit
5 5354-002
Video cassettes (VHS)
Restrictions on Access: The video cassettes cannot be played due to preservation concerns. Contact Special Collections for more information.
6 5354-002
Audio cassettes and autographed CD of "Why we are here!" Carl Anderson
Restrictions on Access: The audio cassettes cannot be played due to preservation concerns. Contact Special Collections for more information.

Accession No. 5354-003: Don Paulson papers, circa 1950-2003Return to Top

6.08 cubic feet (10 boxes)

General Notes: Minimally processed accession

Scope and Content: These materials are primarily comprised of journals, research files on the Brownell Homestead, records and history of the Lux Sit and Dance light show, interviews of Quentin Crisp, binders and scrapbooks on Paulson's art career and research, and correspondence between Paulson and his family, as well as correspondence between Paulson and Anne Gould Hauberg. Ca. 1950-2003.

Restrictions on Access: Textual and visual materials are open to all users. Archival recordings cannot be played due to preservation concerns. Contact Special Collections for more information.

Acquisition Info: Donor: Don Paulson, March 13, 2006

Accession No. 5354-004: Don Paulson Papers, 1939-2006Return to Top

3.62 cubic feet (4 boxes plus 1 vertical file)
Arrangement: Arranged into 3 series:
  • Biographical Materials
  • Research Files
  • Miscellaneous
Arrangement and folder titles retained from donor.

Scope and Content: Audio recordings on cassette tapes and LP, DVDs, VHS tapes, clippings, notes, biographical materials, photographic materials, and manuscripts.

Restrictions on Access: Textual and visual materials are open to all users. Archival recordings cannot be played due to preservation concerns. Contact Special Collections for more information.

Acquisition Info: Donor: Fay Bengston, September 26, 2011.

Container(s) Description Dates
Biographical Materials
Box/Folder Accession
1/1 5354-004
1950 Invader (yearbook)
1950
1/2 5354-004
6th Infantry Division--G Company
1953
1/3 5354-004
Army papers, etc.
undated
1/4 5354-004
Buddies from the past
undated
1/5 5354-004
Don Paulson on The Factory (DVD)
2006
1/6 5354-004
Interview with Skippy LaRue (VHS)
undated
1/7 5354-004
Ongoing Art Career
undated
1/8 5354-004
Poetry
2000
1/9-10 5354-004
School stuff
1941-1949
1/11 5354-004
Slides
undated
1/12 5354-004
Very early artwork of Don Paulson
1939-1949
1/13 5354-004
Wood carving--book plate
1946
1/14 5354-004
Army photographs
1953-1955
Research Files
Box/Folder Accession
2/1 5354-004
Garden of Allah (DVD)
undated
2/2 5354-004
Gossip about Seattle society (audio cassette)
2004
2/3-4 5354-004
Keith Milton Rhinehart (Aquarian) Foundation
undated
2/5 5354-004
Misc. Zerox photo's of the Garden of Allah
undated
2/6 5354-004
The Outlaw
undated
2/7 5354-004
Early Seattle gay bars--Pike Street Tavern (two audio LPs)
undated
2/8-9 5354-004
Pioneer cabins
undated
2/10 5354-004
Porn: 1960 anonymous cartoons
1960
2/11 5354-004
Surveillance tape in office at the South End steam baths Seattle (VHS)
1998
2/12 5354-004
Vintage porno
undated
2/13 5354-004
Archeological site
undated
Archeological site
undated
Box/Folder Accession
2/14 5354-004
Arlington Hotel-Archeological site
undated
2/15-17 5354-004
Early Seattle gay bars
undated
Early Seattle gay bars
undated
Box/Folder Accession
3/1-5 5354-004
Early Seattle gay bars
undated
Box
4 5354-004
Early Seattle gay bars (audio cassettes)
undated
Box/Folder
3/6 5354-004
Ideas for Seattle gay history
undated
3/7 5354-004
The last burlesque house in Seattle: Rivoli Theater 1951-1958
undated
3/8-11 5354-004
Madame Peabodies
undated
3/12 5354-004
The Monastery
1980s
3/13-14 5354-004
Seattle cruising places ca. 1930-1970
undated
Miscellaneous
Box Accession
3/15 5354-004
Decoration 1st Ave Peep Show
undated
3/16 5354-004
Miscellaneous
undated
It's a Lon Mabon Christmas Carol, Charlie Brown
undated

Accession No. 5354-005: Don Paulson papers, circa 1970-1999Return to Top

1 vertical file

General Notes: Minimally processed accession

Scope and Content: Posters and ephemera relating to AIDS, drag queens, and the general GLBTQ community. Ephemera in vertical file includes programs, show announcements, newsletters from Sister Paula Ministries (Portland, Oregon), clippings, and souvenir booklet from the Imperial Sovereign Court of Seattle.

Restrictions on Access: Open to all users.

Acquisition Info: Donor: Don Paulson, donation date unknown

Processing Info: A large, oversize folder of posters was transferred to Visual Materials, January 2012.

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Female impersonators--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Female impersonators--Washington (State)--Seattle--Interviews
  • Gay bars--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Gay clubs--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Gay men--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Gay men--Washington (State)--Seattle--Archives
  • Music-halls (Variety-theaters, cabarets, etc.)--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Personal Names :
  • Davis, Keith Delano
  • DeVoe, Billy
  • Goodwin, Harvey W
  • Koenig, John Franklin, 1924-
  • Lee, Harvey
  • Meurer, Dennis
  • Nolan, Tim S. (Timothy Shawn)
  • Nordyke, Terry
  • Paulson, Don--Archives
  • Raye, Robin
  • Salsman, Joel
  • Scott, Diane
  • Stipek, Daryl
  • Strachan, Bruce Pitcairn
  • Wight, Elizabeth
  • Corporate Names :
  • BWMT/Seattle
  • Garden of Allah (Cabaret : Seattle, Wash.)
  • Geographical Names :
  • Seattle (Wash.)--Social life and customs--20th century
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Interviews
  • Sound recordings
  • Videocassettes
  • Titles within the Collection :
  • Evening at the Garden of Allah: a gay cabaret in Seattle
  • Other Creators :
    • Personal Names :
    • LaRue, Skippy (collector)