The Dallas Chase Papers contains correspondence, newspaper clippings, organizational literature, and other papers, written or collected by Chase, relating to gay rights issues and public controversies in Boise, Idaho, particularly Proposition One, the "anti-gay initiative," which was defeated in a statewide referendum in 1994. Includes materials from both pro-gay and anti-gay rights organizations, including the Idaho Citizens Alliance and Idaho Christian Coalition, and material relating to the campaign in 1999 to prevent Idaho Public Television from broadcasting gay-related programs.
Newspaper clippings about Proposition 1, a referendum question on Idaho’s 1994 general election ballot, and the debate over gay rights in Idaho in general; together with photos documenting the Don’t Sign On / No One One campaign. (The proposition was defeated at the polls.) Other groups documented include the Idaho Citizens Alliance, the organization that campaigned for the initiative.
Your Family, Friends and Neighbors Records documents activities and initiatives related to gay rights in Idaho, primarily in the 1990s. Major initiatives include Pride Festival, No on One, Speak Out Idaho, and the Anti-Violence Project.