By S. Ivie
|Title:||Mike Anglin Papers (The Dallas Way), 1902, 1983-2019|
|Date Acquired:||01/00/2015. More info below under Accruals.|
Scope and Contents of the MaterialsThe Mike Anglin collection contains papers of the Lesbian and Gay Rights Lobby of Texas and Oak Lawn Community Services, along with photographs of individuals and video. The papers include Harvey Milk envelopes and stamps, Don't Ask, Don't Tell information, an e-mail from Julie Hollar discussing upcoming lobby efforts, a March on Austin brochure, legislative agenda for the 77th session of Texas legislature, House Bill no. 363 and House Bill No. 938. Oak Lawn Community Services includes a Ryan White grant application, minority outreach services for HIV education, OASIS program funding application, OLCS programs and services, Americorps, Committee for Creating Change and correspondence from Julie Cannon regarding Dialogue results. Photographs include images of William Waybourn, Mike Anglin, John Thomas, Bruce Monroe, Jean Nelson, Bill Nelson, Terry Tebedo, John Thomas' parents, Harvey Fierstein, Ken Flanagan, Craig Spaulding, Rick Garlington, Rick Munch, Ken Harlow, Andy Hanson and a section of the AIDS Memorial Quilt. Finding Our Voice and After Goodbye are included in both VHS and digital versions. T-shirts from the Lone Star Ride and Tanqueray's Texas AIDS Ride are included with artifacts.
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|Repository:||University of North Texas Special Collections|
|Accruals:||2015-003, 2017-011, 2017-041, 2019-024|
|Acquisition Source:||Mike Anglin|
|Preferred Citation:||Mike Anglin Papers (The Dallas Way), University of North Texas Special Collections|
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Contains the VHS tapes and digital copies of Finding Our Voice (1996) and After Goodbye (1993).
Item 1: Transcript of an interview with Zilpha Etta Scott Dockery in the Dallas Morning News, 1902-01-17, 2019This item is available in the Portal to Texas History. Zilpha is Mike Anglin's great-great-great grandmother.
<span style="font-family: Verdana, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 10.8108px;">This item is available in the Portal to Texas History. Interviewee is Mike Anglin's paternal grandmother.</span>