Pride Foundation ephemera collection, 1987-2004  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Pride Foundation (Seattle, Wash.)
Title
Pride Foundation ephemera collection
Dates
1987-2004 (inclusive)
Quantity
4 cubic feet (4 boxes)
Collection Number
5664 (Accession No. 5664-001)
Summary
Materials from organizations in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, and British Columbia funded by the Pride Foundation or associated with GLBTQ 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

Open to all users.

Material stored offsite; advance notice required for use.

Languages
English


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Established in 1985, the Pride Foundation is a philanthropic organization that awards grants to programs and organizations working to strengthen the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community in the Pacific Northwest.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Newsletters, brochures, directories, and ephemera from organizations funded by the Pride Foundation or associated with GLBTQ community. The bulk of the materials are from organizations in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, and British Columbia.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

The creators' literary rights have been transferred to the University of Washington Libraries.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

 

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/1 A Sound Coalition (ASC) 1996-2000
1/2 A Territory Resource 1996-1998
1/3 Abdill-Ellis Community Center (Oregon) 2001
1/4 Abused Deaf Women's Advocacy Services 1994-1996
1/5 ACT-UP Seattle 1990
1/6 Advocates for Abused and Battered Lesbians 1988-1999
1/7 AIDS Caregivers Support Network 1993-1997
1/8 AIDS Housing Association of Tacoma 1989-2001
1/9 AIDS Housing of Washington 1989-1998
1/10 AIDS Life Link (Spokane) 1994
1/11 AIDS Project of Lewis County 1990-1991
1/12 Alaska Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Community 1994-1997
1/13 Alaska Pride Conference 1996-1997
1/14 Alaskan AIDS Assistance Association 1991-2002
1/15 Alice B. Theatre 1988-1996
1/16 American Friends Service Committee 1987-1998
1/17 Aradia Women's Health Center 1993-1999
1/18 Asian Lesbian and Bisexual Alliance 1996-1997
1/19 Asian Pacific AIDS Council 1992-1998
1/20 Associated Lesbians of Puget Sound 1996-2002
1/21 Babes Network 1998-2002
1/22 Bailey Boushay House 1992-1998
1/23 Bastyr University 1989-2001
1/24 Beyond the Closet, Inc. (Oregon) 1993-1996
1/25 Boeing Employees Association of Gays and Lesbians (BEAGLES) 1994-1995
1/26 Brother to Brother 1994
1/27 Calyx (Oregon) 1996-1997
1/28 Capital "Q" News (Tenino) 2000-2001
1/29 Care Bearers (Yakima) undated
1/30 Cascade AIDS Project (Oregon) 1994-2002
1/31 Center on Contemporary Art (COCA) 1989-1991
1/32 Chicken Soup Brigade 1991-2000
1/33 Community Outreach, Inc. (Oregon) 1998, undated
2/1 Digital Queers Northwest 1995
2/2 Dignity USA - Seattle Chapter 1996
2/3 Eastside Domestic Violence Program 1999-2001
2/4 The Eastside Network (TEN) 1997-2000
2/5 Edmonds Unitarian Universalist Church 1995-1997
2/6 ElderHealth Northwest 1993-1999, undated
2/7 Equity Foundation (Oregon) undated
2/8 Film Arts Foundation (San Francisco) 1991
2/9 Frameline (San Francisco) 1991
2/10 G.A.P. Theatre Company 1994-1998
2/11 Gay City Health Project 1995-1999
2/12 Gay Community Social Services 1997-2001
2/13 Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) (San Francisco, New York) 1990-1991
2/14 Gay and Lesbian Coalition of Snohomish County 1994
2/15 Gay and Lesbian University Employees (G.L.U.E.) of the University of Washington 1994, undated
2/16 Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Teachers Network 1995-1998
2/17 Gay/Lesbian Pride Festival 1989-1990
2/18 GLBS (Skagit Gay Times) 1995
2/19 Greater Seattle Business Association 1992-2000
2/20 Hands Off Washington 1993-1997
2/21 Heart to Art 1989-1993
2/22 HIV Alliance (Oregon) 2000
2/23 Home Alive 1998-2000
2/24 Humane Society 1990-2000
2/25 Idaho for Human Dignity, Inc. 1994
2/26 Identity, Inc. (Alaska) 1999-2002
2/27 Ingersoll Gender Center 1995-1998
2/28 Inland Northwest Business Alliance - Directory 1996-1997
2/29 Interfaith Alliance of Washington State 1995-1997
2/30 Interior AIDS Association (Alaska) 1999-2001
2/31 International Festival of Films by Women Directors, Inc. 1990
2/32 International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission 1991
2/33 International Network of Lesbian and Gay Officials - Tenth Annual Conference 1994
2/34 Jewish Family Service 1996-1997
2/35 Kang Wen Clinic undated
2/36 Lambert House 1993-2000
2/37 Lavender Network (Oregon) 1991
2/38 LCCA (Oregon) 1998-2000
2/39 Leather Pride Project 1996, 1999
2/40 Leaving Silence 1996
2/41 Legal Marriage Alliance of Washington 1996-1998
2/42 Lesbian Community Project (Oregon) 1991-2001
2/43 Lesbian Health Clinic undated
2/44 Lesbian Herstory Educational Foundation (New York) 1986-1991
2/45 Lesbian Mothers' National Defense Fund/Lavender Families 1988-1995
2/46 Lesbian Resource Center 1991, 1996
2/47 Lifelong AIDS Alliance undated
2/48 The Lighthouse for the Blind, Inc. 1997-1999
2/49 Love Makes a Family (Oregon) 1999-2000
2/50 Men Overcoming Violence (MOVE) (San Francisco) undated
2/51 Montana Human Rights Network 2003-2004
2/52 Multifaith AIDS Projects (MAPS) 1995-2002
3/1 National Gay and Lesbian Task Force 1988-1998
3/2 National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association 1992-1998
3/3 National Organization for Women (NOW) - Seattle chapter 1997-2000
3/4 NDURA 1998
3/5 North Central Washington Gay & Lesbian Alliance (NCW GALA) 1995
3/6 Northwest AIDS Foundation 1988-2000
3/7 Northwest Coalition Against Malicious Harrassment 1992-1999
3/8 Northwest Gay/Lesbian Sports Festival 1991-1993
3/9 Northwest International Lesbian Gay Film Festival (Olympia) 1988-1994
3/10 Northwest Lesbian and Gay History Museum Project 1996-2000
3/11 Northwest Massage Practitioners Association/In Touch undated
3/12 Northwest Rainbow Alliance of the Deaf 1996-2001
3/13 Northwest Women's Law Center 1996-1997
3/14 Oasis (Tacoma) undated
3/15 Olympia AIDS Task Force 1990
3/16 Oregon Psychological Association 1992
3/17 Oregon Speak Out Project undated
3/18 Oregon State Penitentiary - HIV/AIDS Awareness Program 2000
3/19 Out Front Labor Coalition 1998
3/20 Outreach to Rural Youth Project (Yakima) 1994
3/21 Outstanding Business Directory (Oregon and California) 1998
3/22 Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) 1988-2000
3/23 PFLAG - Olympia 1995-2001
3/24 PFLAG - Spokane 1994-1998
3/25 Partners Task Force for Gay and Lesbian Couples 1994
3/26 Pat Graney Dance Company - Keeping the Faith: The Prison Project 1991-2001
3/27 People of Color Against AIDS Network (POCAAN) 1997-1998
3/28 Pet Support Network undated
3/29 Pierce County AIDS Foundation 1989-2000
3/30 Pride Foundation 1990-2002
3/31 Pride! Inc. (Montana) 1993-1998
3/32 Pride Northwest (Oregon) 1999
3/33 Pride and Politics (Montana) 2000
3/34 Privacy Fund 1994
3/35 Queen City Community Development 1996, 1999
3/36 Queer Film Festival (Oregon) 2000, 2002
3/37 Queer Nation - Seattle 1994
3/38 Queer Oyate 1997
3/39 Rainbow Center (Tacoma) 2000-2001
3/40 Rise n' Shine 1988-1998
3/41 Rosehedge 1990-2001
3/42 Run with Pride 1992, 1996
3/43 Rural Organizing Project (Oregon) 1999
3/44 Safe Schools Coalition of Washington 1994-1997
3/45 Safeplace 1999-2001
3/46 Sean Humphrey House (Bellingham) 1993-1995
3/47 Seattle, City of 1989-1996
3/48 Seattle Bisexual Women's Network 1998-2001
3/49 Seattle Counseling Service for Sexual Minorities 1993-2000
3/50 Seattle AIDS Information BBS 1991
3/51 Seattle International Film Festival 1993, 1995
3/52 Seattle-King County Department of Public Health 1997-1998, 2001
4/1 Seattle Lesbian Cancer Project 1994-2003
4/2 Seattle Lesbian and Gay Chorus 1995-2000
4/3 Seattle Men's Chorus/Seattle Women's Chorus 1993-2004
4/4 Seattle Treatment Education Project 1991-1996
4/5 Seattle Women's Ensemble 1988
4/6 Seattle Young People's Project 1994-1996
4/7 Shanti 1990
4/8 Simple Justice 1994
4/9 Soromundi - audiocassette 1992
4/10 Sound Out (Olympia) 1993
4/11 South End Social Network (Federal Way) 1996
4/12 South Sound Alliance (Bonney Lake) 1993-1994
4/13 Spokane AIDS Network 1998-2000
4/14 Stonewall Family Services 1996, 1998
4/15 Stonewall Publishing, Inc. (Spokane) 1998-1999
4/16 Stonewall Youth (Olympia) 1995, 1999, undated
4/17 Team Seattle 1993
4/18 Three Dollar Bill Cinema 1996-1997
4/19 Triangle Productions (Oregon) 1990-2001
4/20 United Front Against Fascism 1992
4/21 Volunteer Attorneys for Persons with AIDS circa 1997
4/22 Western States Center (Oregon) 1994-2002
4/23 Your Family, Friends and Neighbors, Inc. (Idaho) 1993-1994
4/24 Youth Eastside Services (YES) 1994-2001
4/25 Miscellaneous - Canada undated
4/26 Miscellaneous - Idaho undated
4/27 Miscellaneous - Montana undated
4/28 Miscellaneous - Oregon undated
4/29-30 Miscellaneous - outside of Pacific Northwest undated
4/31-32 Miscellaneous - Seattle undated
4/33 Miscellaneous - Washington State undated

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Gay community--Northwest, Pacific
  • Gay liberation movement--Northwest, Pacific
  • Lesbian community--Northwest, Pacific
  • Sexual minorities--Northwest, Pacific
  • Corporate Names :
  • Pride Foundation (Seattle, Wash.)
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Brochures
  • Newsletters
  • Other Creators :
    • Corporate Names :
    • AIDS Housing of Washington (Seattle, Wash.) (creator)
    • Alice B. Theatre (Seattle, Wash.) (creator)
    • Bailey-Boushay House (creator)
    • Chicken Soup Brigade (Seattle, Wash.) (creator)
    • Hands Off Washington (Organization) (creator)
    • Northwest Lesbian and Gay History Museum Project (creator)
    • Safe Schools Coalition of Washington (creator)
    • Shanti (Seattle, Wash.) (creator)
    • Three Dollar Bill Cinema (creator)

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Personal Papers/Corporate Records (University of Washington)