Manitoba Gay and Lesbian Archives:

An Inventory of Its Records at the University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections


Collection Summary

Repository:
University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections
Winnipeg, Manitoba

Creator:
Manitoba Gay and Lesbian Archives

Title:
Manitoba Gay and Lesbian Archives fonds

Dates:
1978-1999

Quantity:
130 audio cassettes; 13 reel to reel tapes

Identification:
Tc 156 (A09-28, A11-09)

English

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Administrative History of The Manitoba Gay and Lesbian Archives

The Manitoba Gay and Lesbian Archives collection is the result of concerted efforts by the Winnipeg Gay/Lesbian Resource Centre (est.1983) staff to compile records about Manitoba’s LGBTTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Two-Spirit and Queer) history. The Archives, established in 1988, was overseen by the Manitoba Gay/Lesbian Archives Committee, a group composed of academics, community members and activists. Primary objectives of the Archives was to preserve the documentary, photographic, and electronic heritage of gay and lesbian Manitobans and to support the research and study of such a collection by scholars and the public. This material was largely collected and accumulated from the donations of local Winnipeg LGBTTQ organizations dating back to the early 1970s. Organizations such as the University of Manitoba student organization Gays for Equality (est. 1973), the Oscar Wilde Memorial Society (est. 1980), Council on Homosexuality and Religion (est. 1978) and Project Lambda (est. 1977) figure prominently in the history of the Winnipeg LGBTTQ community, thus contributing a great deal to the archival content. The largely volunteer staff, namely Chris Vogel and Kenneth Steffenson, of the Resource Centre received archival training over a five year period from the Association of Manitoba Archivists. This training formed the accessioning and cataloguing of the archival material in an efficient and systematized way, leading to an established archival holding recognized by many professional associations and archives in Canada. The archival material was consistently expanded through an active collection policy which advertised in newspapers and gay journals asking the community for records, specifically in the form of oral interviews. An oral history project was undertaken in 1989 by the Resource Centre, through a sponsored grant from the Provincial Archives of Manitoba, to collect the histories of gay men and women who were active in Manitoba prior to 1970. This project provides an important example of the community response to maintaining a consistent record of LGBTTQ history in Manitoba. For scholars, the oral history project is an important groundwork which will be expanded with future efforts to continue to collect oral histories from the 1970s onward.

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The Winnipeg Gay/Lesbian Resource Centre

The Winnipeg Gay/Lesbian Resource Centre was founded in 1983 by the concerted efforts of the Winnipeg LGBTTQ community to raise funds and establish a safe and friendly meeting space. As vocalized by Project Lambda, the goal was to 'provide counseling for gays, a medical centre, a library with positive gay literature, a book shop, a TV room, rooms for lectures and discussions as well as offices for gay organizations.' Fundraisers held at The Old Fellows' Temple on Kennedy Street by various organizations contributed to the realization of this goal. The original location of the Winnipeg Gay Centre was at 275 Sherbrook Street, next door to the gay community space/bar, Giovanni’s Room. The Centre officially began when the campus gay organization Gays for Equality relocated there. In July of 1988 the Winnipeg Gay/Lesbian Resource Centre moved out of Giovanni’s Room to new offices at 222 Osborne Street. This new location made room for the growing archival collection and the intent to meet the community's needs. In September of 1999 the Winnipeg Gay/Lesbian Resource Centre received a name change to Rainbow Resource Centre and relocated to 170 Scott Street.

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Project Lambda

Project Lambda was incorporated in 1978 as an apolitical agency whose objectives were to promote public understanding and acceptance of homosexuality, and to foster the personal, social and civil welfare of homosexually-oriented persons in Manitoba. Project Lamdba (sometimes operating as "Friends and Neighbors") sought to meet these objectives by providing and disseminating, through publications, lectures, discussion groups and counselling services, accurate information about homosexuality. It provided, through libraries, reading rooms and data files, educational facilities concerning the relationships between homosexually-oriented persons and their society, their families, their peers, contemporary institutions, etc. In addition, the organization helped establish a forum for the examination and amelioration of the personal, medical, legal and recreational needs of the homosexual community. In 1982, after years of fundraising, Project Lambda and the Oscar Wilde Memorial Society opened Giovanni's Room on the second floor of 275 Sherbrook Street.

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The Winnipeg Gay Media Collective

The Winnipeg Gay Media Collective began in 1980 from a small group of gay activists whom had produced weekly half-hour radio programs, starting in 1978, on the University of Manitoba radio station CJUM-FM (Gay Christian Witness and Gaysweek). These programs were initially sponsored by the gay non-denominational organization Council on Homosexuality & Religion. From the closing of CJUM in the spring of 1980, the Winnipeg Gay Media Collective began with the broadcasting of a new weekly gay half-hour TV program on cable channel 13 called Coming Out! The program ran from 1980 to 1986 and featurred interviews with both local and international gay and non-gay guests. The topics of each broadcast were varied but focused on gay cultural, social and political issues.

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The Council on Homosexuality and Religion

The Council on Homosexuality and Religion was founded in 1976 as an agency for promoting the welfare of homosexual persons, particularly as regards their religious and spiritual life, and the understanding of homosexuality among the religious and social service institutions with which homosexual persons were in contact. The Council was registered as a non-profit corporation in the Province of Manitoba in 1977 and as a charitable institution with Revenue Canada in 1978. In addition to counselling, the Council was active in compilation, production and distribution of printed and audio-visual materials on homosexuality. On February 6, 1978 the Council began sponsoring a weekly half-hour radio program called Gay Christian Witness (Gay Christian Forum) which was aired on the University of Manitoba radio station CJUM FM. Providing relevant speaker sessions, workshops and seminars was also a mainstay of the organization.

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Scope and Contents of the Records

The fonds contains 97 audio recordings of the University of Manitoba radio station CJUM FM radio program called " Gay Christian Forum" (1978-1999) and 33 audio tapes from "Oral HistoryProject: Lesbians and Gays in Manitoba: The Development of a Minority" (1990).

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Classification System

National Gay Archives Library Classification System. Original reference file classification system used by the Winnipeg Gay and Lesbian Resource Centre.

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Arrangement of the Papers

This collection is arranged into two series:

  • 1. Tc 156 (A09-28) - Gay Christian Forum Programs
  • 2. TC 156 (A11-09) - Oral History Project - Lesbians and Gays in Manitoba: The Development of a Minority

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Restrictions on Access

Some tapes are restricted.

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Restrictions on Use

Some tapes are restricted.

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Custodial History

The first accession was donated by Ryan Schultz to the University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collection in 2008 followed by the second, third, and forth accessions in 2009, 2010, and 2011.

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Other Finding Aids

Mss 42 (A08-67; Mss 42 (A10-31), Pc 292 (A09-28, A10-31)

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Detailed Description of the Collection

Tc 156 (A09-28) - Gay Christian Forum Programs; Gayweek Programs; Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gay (PFLAG): Discussions
The Council on Homosexuality and Religion was founded in 1976 as an agency for promoting the welfare of homosexual persons, particularly as regards their religious and spiritual life, and the understanding of homosexuality among the religious and social service institutions with which homosexual persons were in contact. The Council was registered as a non-profit corporation in the Province of Manitoba in 1977 and as a charitable institution with Revenue Canada in 1978. In addition to counselling, the Council was active in compilation, production and distribution of printed and audio-visual materials on homosexuality. On February 6, 1978 the Council began sponsoring a weekly half-hour radio program called Gay Christian Witness (Gay Christian Forum) which was aired on the University of Manitoba radio station CJUM FM. Providing relevant speaker sessions, workshops and seminars was also a mainstay of the organization.
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1 Item 1 - Gay Christian Forum: Program 7, 10, 11 Item 2 - Gay Christian Forum: Program 15, 17,20 - 1978 Item 3 - Gay Christian Forum: Program 21,23 - 1978 Item 4 - Gay Christian Forum: Program 7, March 20, 1978 Item 5 - Gay Christian Forum: Program 10, April 10, 1978 Item 6 - Gay Christian Forum: Program 11, April 17, 1978 Item 7 - Gay Christian Forum: Program 15, May 15, 1978 Item 8 - Gay Christian Forum: Program 17, May 29, 1978 Item 9 - Gay Chrisitan Forum: Program 20, June 19, 1978 Item 10 - Gay Christian Forum: Program 21, June 26, 1978 Item 11 - Gay Christian Forum: Program 26, July 31, 1978 Item 12 - Gay Christian Forum: Program 23, July 10, 1978 Item 13 - Gay Christian Forum: Program 33, November 15, 1978 Item 15 - Gay Christian Forum: Program 42, January 17, 1979 Item 16 - Gay Christian Forum: Program 44, January 31, 1979 Item 18 - Gay Christian Forum: Program 47 & 48, 1979 Item 17 - Gay Christian Forum: Program 45, February 7, 1979 Item 19 - Gay Christian Forum: Program 53 & 54, 1979 Item 20 - Gay Christian Forum: Program 53 & 54, 1979 Item 21 - Gay Christian Forum: Program 56, May 16, 1979 Item 22 - Gay Christian Forum: Program 62, July 4, 1979 Item 23 - Gay Christian Forum: Program 63 & 64, 1979 Item 24 - Gay Christian Forum: Program 66, August 1, 1979 Item 25 - Gay Christian Forum: Program 67, August 8, 1979 Item 26 - Gay Christian Forum: Program 26 & 39, 1978 Item 27 - Gay Christian Forum: Program 33 & 42, 1978 - 1979
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2 Item 28 - Gay Christian Forum: Program 44 & 45, 1979 Item 29 - Gay Christian Forum: Program 47 & 53, April 25, 1979 Item 30 - Gay Christian Forum: Program 48 & 51 & Linda T. O'Connell, 1979 Item 31 - Gay Christian Forum: Program 54 & 56, 1979 Item 32 - Gay Christian Forum: Program 62 & 63, 1979 Item 33 - Gay Christian Forum: Program 64 & 66, 1979 Item 34 - Gay Christian Forum: Program 67 & 70, 1979 Item 35 - Gaysweek: Program 73 & 74, 1979 Item 37 - Gaysweek: Program 78 & 80, 1979 Item 38 - Gaysweek: Program 70, 1979 Item 39 - Gaysweek: Program 73 & 74, September 19, 1979 Item 40 - Gaysweek: Program 75, October 17, 1979 Item 41 - Gaysweek: Program 78, November 7, 1979 Item 42 - Gaysweek: Program 80, November 21, 1979 Item 43 - Gaysweek: Program 100, April 9, 1980 Item 45 - Gaysweek: Program 107, May 27, 1980 Item 46 - Gaysweek: Program 110, June 17, 1980 Item 47 - MC 1 - National Catholic Reporter Publishing Company. "Counseling The Homosexual Person: Part One" by Lester A. Kirkendall, 1977 Item 48 - MC 2 - National Catholic Reporter Publishing Company, "Counseling The Homosexual Person: Part Two" by Lester A. Kirkendall, 1977 Item 49 - MC 3 - On Being Gay: A Study of Homosexuality and the Church by Thesis Creative Educational Resources, Pittsburgh, PA. 1973 Item 50 - MC 4 - Panel Discussion/ The Christian Response to the Homosexual/Ninth General Conference, 1979 Item 51 - MC 5 - A Christian Counselor and the Homosexual Client by Jim Peron. Box 2140 Glen Ellyn, IL 60137. Item 52 - MC 6 - Ian Young Reads Poems is used as an excerpt in program #41. Item 53 - MC 7 - Untitled
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3 Item 54 - 83 C - Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gay (PFLAG): Running Discussion Groups with Elinor Lewallen and Dick Ashworth. October 8, 1983 Item 55 - 84 G - PFLAG: Coming of Age in the Gay/Lesbian Movement by Ralph Bice and Carol Lease, September 29, 1984 Item 56 - 84 L - PFLAG: Seeing is Believing…And Therein Lies The Rub! by Theresa Malumphy, September 29, 1984 Item 57 - 84 LB1 - Facts & Misconceptions About Homosexuality, by Dr. Evelyn Hooker, Atlantic Avenue United Methodist Church, March 17, 1984 Item 58 - 84 LB3 - Dr. Ignacio Castuera Homosexuality, Biblical & Theological Background, Atlantic Avenue United Methodist Church, March 17, 1984 Item 59 - 85/7 - PFLAG: How to Put on a Coming Out to your Parents Workshop by Tom Sauerman and panel, October 26, 1985 Item 60 - 86 H - PFLAG: Homosexuality & the New Testament: An Issue of Contexts, by Dr. George Edwards. September 20, 1986 Item 61 - 86 J - PFLAG: What's Different About the Lesbian Culture? by Janna MacAuslan, Coordinator. September 20, 1986 Item 62 - 86 K - PFLAG: Homophobia in the High School: Kids Counselors, by Ray Johnson, Cascade Union of Educators: AFSC (Quakers), September 20, 1986 Item 63 - 86 S - PFLAG: Development of Sexual Orientation, by Dr. Martin Weinberg, Kinsey Institute, September 20, 1986 Item 64 - 87/3 - PFLAG: Gay and Lesbian Coupling, by Betty Caldwell; Norma Kearby, MD; Thomas Stamey, JD; Rev. Sydney Wilde-Nugent. October 24, 1987. National Convention - Washington, DC., Item 65 - 87/5 - PFLAG: Reaching Out to Minority Families of Gays and Lesbians, by Rev. Renee McCoy; Raquel Sosa Palmer, ACSW. October 24, 1987. National Convention - Washington, DC., Item 66 - 87/7 - PFLAG: The Other Side of the Closet: Being Married to a Gay or Lesbian Person, by Janet Fulmer, LCSW; Rev. Jane Vennard. October 24, 1987. National Convention- Washington, D.C. Item 67 - 87/9 - PFLAG: Coping Mechanisms of Gay & Lesbian Clients by Jeffrey Akman, MD. October 24, 1987. National Convention - Washington, D.C., Item 68 - 87/12 -PFLAG: Loving & Caring for a Person with AIDS by Bill Ceyrolles, ACSW; Ray Chavez, PW; Betty Holloran; Kathy Neale. October 24, 1987. National Convention, D.C., Item 70 - 87/15 - PFLAG: Organizing a Workshop for Young Adults: Coming Out to Your Parents by Dr. Tom & Susan Sauerman, Marjorie Tompkins. October 25, 1987. National Convention - Washington, D.C., Item 71 - 87/17 - PFLAG: Suicide & isolation - Mental Health Issues of Gay & Lesbian Youth by Wayne Pawlowski, ACSW. October 25, 1987. National Convention - Washington, D.C. , Item 72 - 87/22 - PFLAG: Helping Gay & Lesbian High School Students by Stefan Wade, MSW, LCSW; Molly Webster. October 25, 1987. National Convention - Washington, D.C., Item 73 - 87/23 - PFLAG: The Politics of Homosexuality by Vic Basile, Jonathan Ned Katz, Renee McCoy. Ocotber 24, 1987. National Convention - Washington, D.C., Item 74 - 88 J - PFLAG: Educating Teachers About Gay and Lesbian Youth by Sue Hunter, PhD, PICIDA. October 8, 1988. National Convention - Chicago, IL., Item 75 - 88 M - PFLAG: The Lesbian: An Historical Overview by Marie Kuda, editor, WOMEN LOVING WOMEN. Copyright by Marie J. Kuda, 1988. October 9, 1988. National Convention - Chicago, IL., Item 76 - 88 N - PFLAG: Rebel With A Cause: S. Sgt. Perry Watkins vs. The U.S. Army with S. Sgt. Perry Watkins & Joe Schuman, attorney. October 9, 1988. National Convention - Chicago, IL., Item 77 - 88 P - PFLAG: Internalized Homophobia by Carol Ann Kyrias, United Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches. October 9, 1988. National Convention- Chicago, IL., Item 78 - 88 R - PFLAG: On Being In-Laws: Gay Couples and Their Families by Bruce Koff and Mitchell Channon. October 9, 1988. National Convention - Chicago, IL., Item 79 - 89/4 - PFLAG: Blessings of Homophile Couples: What are blessings or unions of gays? Is it legal? Rev. Dr. Walter Lee-Szymanski. October 21, 1989. National Convention - Detroit, MI., Item 80 - 89/6 - PFLAG: Long Term Relationships, by Dr. Norma Kearby; Betty Caldwell; Karen Baker, MSW; Cecy Ewing, BS. October 21, 1989. National Convention - Detroit, MI., Item 81 - 89/10 - PFLAG: Making Discussion Groups Work: Ways of facilitating support groups. Practice in empathic listening" Katherine McConkey. October 21, 1989. National Convention - Detroit, MI.,
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4 Item 82 - 89/13 - PFLAG: Chemical Dependency & Homosexuality: Bigger problem in gay/lesbian community? Is there help?" by Joseph F. Lempicki, MA, LLP. October 22, 1989. National Convention - Detroit, MI. Item 83 - 90/2 - PFLAG: Self-Empowerment: Development of Peer Support for Lesbian/Gay Youth" by Paul Burnett, Holly Hauff, Todd Layland. October 13, 1990. National Convention - Anaheim, CA. Item 84 - 90/3 - PFLAG: A Positive Approach: Loving and Supporting the HIV+ Family Member" by Paul Kent Froman, PhD; Dina Bachelor Evan, MA. October 13, 1990. National Convention - Anaheim, CA. Item 85 - 90/5 - PFLAG: Violence Against Gays & Lesbians by Captain Mitchell Grobeson; Thomas J. Coleman, Jr, JD. October 13, 1990. National Convention - Anaheim, CA. Item 86 - 90/6 - PFLAG: Outreach to Public Schools, by Jean Durgin-Clinchard; Mitzi Henderson; Hank Wilson. October 13, 1990. National Convention - Anaheim, CA. Item 87 - 90/7 - PFLAG: Coming Out in the Nineties by Rob Eichberg, PhD. October 13, 1990. National Convention - Anaheim, CA. Item 88 - 90/9 - PFLAG: Understanding Cultural Diversity: Homosexuality & The Asian/Pacific Perspective" by Terry Gock, PhD. October 13, 1990. National Convention - Anaheim, CA. October 13, 1990 Item 89 - 90/15 - PFLAG: Educating Law Enforcement About Gays/Lesbians by Thomas J. Coleman, Jr, JD; Captain Mitchell Grobeson. October 13, 1990. National Convention - Anaheim, CA. Item 90 - 90/16 - PFLAG: Chemical Dependency Issues: Gays/Lesbians and the Family" by Rev. Thom Harshman. October 13, 1990. National Convention - Anaheim, CA. October 13, 1990 Item 91 - 90/18 - PFLAG: Native American Cultures: Homosexuality & the Family" by Phil Tingley, MSW; Ron Rowell, MPH; Tom Lidot; Ann Sisk, MA. October 13, 1990. National Convention - Anaheim, CA. Item 92 - 90/25 - PFLAG: A History of the Gay & Lesbian Movement by Stuart Timmons and Jim Kepner. October 14, 1990. National Convention - Anaheim, CA. Item 93 - 90/31 - PFLAG: Creating Change For Gay Youth Mark Paul Lehman. October 14, 1990. National Convention - Anaheim, CA. Item 94 Radio Program - The Abomination of Homosexuality by Lloyd L. Goodwin, Radio Offer #176, Part 1, Gospel Assembly Church, Des Moines, Iowa. Item 95 - WGMC - Gio's 1st Series 3 Item 96 Rubber Up For Safety NYC Dept. of Health. 1. Dr. Joseph (English), 2. Dr. Joseph (Spanish), 3. Romantic Dinner (English), 4. Romantic Dinner (Spanish) Item 97 Questionnaire Discussion: Supreme Court Ruling, Same-Sex Couples, May 20, 1999
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5 Item 98-105 - Gaysweek 100, 102, 107, 110; On Being Gay

(8 reel-to-reel audio tapes)

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TC 156 (A11-09) - Oral History Project - Lesbians and Gays in Manitoba: The Development of a Minority, 1990
An oral history project was undertaken in 1989 by the Resource Centre, through a sponsored grant from the Provincial Archives of Manitoba, to collect the histories of gay men and women who were active in Manitoba prior to 1970. This project provides an important example of the community response to maintaining a consistent record of LGBTTQ history in Manitoba. For scholars, the oral history project is an important groundwork which will be expanded with future efforts to continue to collect oral histories from the 1970s onward. Administrative History
Scope and Contents

Material is of the Manitoba Gay and Lesbian Oral History Project: Development of a Minority. These oral histories pertain to the lives of people recounting gay history from the 1930s to the 1970s in Winnipeg. All interviews conducted by David Theodore in 1990.

Some transcripts and audio recordings have restrictions, see individual item descriptions.

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11 Oral History Project Summary, 1990

(textual records)

2 Oral History Project - Financial Statements, Receipts, 1990

(textual records)

Oral History Project - Audio Tapes
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1 Item 1 - Bruce Mitchell, 05/28/1990

Audio cassette, tape 1 of 1. Side a) 29:00 b)5:30.

Item 2 - Anonymous, 06/04/1990

Audio cassette, tape 1 of 1. Side a) 30:00 b)31:00.

Item 3 - Anonymous,

Audio cassette, tape 2 of 2. Side a)22:00 b)blank.

(restricted)

Item 4 - David B., 06/07/1990

Audio cassette, tape 1 of 2. Side a) 28:30 b)18:00.

Item 5 - David B., 06/07/1990

Audio cassette, tape 2 of 2. Side a)30:00 b)11:00.

Item 6 - Bill Baker, 06/09/1990

Audio cassette, tape 1 of 1. Side a)27:30 b)28:30.

Item 7 - David Swan, 12/06/1990

Audio cassette, tape 1 of 1. Side a)28:00 b)14:00.

Item 8 - Tony Frost, 20/06/1990

Audio cassette, tape 1 of 1. Side a)29:30 b)30:30.

Item 9 - George M. Smith, 25/06/1990

Audio cassette, tape 1 of 2. Side a)29:00 b)30:00.

Item 10 - George M. Smith, 25/06/1990

Audio cassette, tape 2 of 2. Side a)30:00 b)blank.

Item 11 - Ted Patterson, 27/06/1990

Audio cassette, tape 1 of 3. Side a)30:00 b)24:30.

Item 12 - Ted Patterson, 27/06/1990

Audio cassette, tape 2 of 3. Side a)30:00 b)30:30.

Item 13 - Ted Patterson, 27/06/1990
Item 14 - Bert Sigurdson, 29/06/1990

Audio cassette, tape 1 of 2. Side a)28:00 b)27:20.

Item 15 - Bert Sigurdson, 29/06/1990

Audio cassette, tape 2 of 2. Side a)31:00 b)31:00.

Item 16 - Jim T., 04/07/1990

Audio cassette, tape 1 of 1. Side a)31:00 b)31:00.

Item 17 - Jim H., 12/07/1990

Audio cassette, tape 1 of 1. Side a)31:00 b)31:00.

Item 18 - Bill S., 22/07/1990

Audio Cassette, tape 1 of 1. Side a)31:00 b)7:30

Item 19 - Peter, 24/07/1990

Audio cassette, tape 1 of 2. Side a)30:00 b)25:30.

Item 20 - Peter, 24/07/1990

Audio cassette, tape 2 of 2. Side a)11:00 b)blank.

Item 21 - Joe and Pat, 25/07/1990

Audio cassette, tape 1 of 1. Side a)27:00 b)13:00.

Item 22 - Gerry, 26/07/1990

Audio cassette, tape 1 of 2. Side a)29:30 b)31:00.

Item 23 Gerry, 26/07/1990

Audio cassette, tape 2 of 2. Side a)21:30 b)blank.

Item 24 - Donovan Norquay, 29/07/1990

Audio cassette, tape 1 of 1. Side a)30:30 b)blank.

This material may not be used for profit or personal gain.

Restricted

Item 25 - Lynn Clifton, 09/08/1990

Audio cassette, tape 1 of 2. Side a)30:00 b)30:00.

Material may not be used for research for the benefit of aversion therapy.

Restricted

Item 26 - Lynn Clifton, 09/08/1990

Audio cassette, tape 2 of 2. Side a)30:00 b)24:00.

Material may not be used for research for the benefit of aversion therapy.

Restricted

Item 27 - Audrey Poff and KC, 15/08/1990

Audio cassette, tape 1 of 2. Side a)27:30 b)29:00.

KC's interview may only be used with her permission.

Item 28 - Audrey Poff and KC, 15/08/1990

Audio cassette, tape 2 of 2. Side a)30:00 b)blank.

KC's interview may only be used with her permission.

Item 29 - Ruth B. Sells, 16/08/1990

Audio cassette, tape 1 of 1. Side a)24:30 b)28:00.

Item 30 - George Moore, 19/08/1990

Audio cassette, tape 1 of 2. Side a)29:30 b)23:00.

Item 31 - George Moore, 19/08/1990

Audio cassette, tape 2 of 2. Side a)30:00 b)21:30.

Item 32 - Murray W., 22/08/1990

Audio cassette, tape 1 of 2. Side a)28:30 b)31:00.

Item 33 - Murray W., 22/08/1990

Audio cassete, tape 2 of 2. Side a)8:30 b)blank.

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2 Master Audio Recordings for Item 1-33

(15 reel to reel tapes)

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