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GLAPN's Collections

The materials that GLAPN collects are housed in the Reference Library at Oregon Historical Society, 1200 SW Park Avenue, Portland, Oregon. For more information on OHS, including library hours and admission fees for non-residents of Multnomah County, please visit the Oregon Historical Society's website.

GLAPN 2988-12:

LESBIAN COMMUNITY PROJECT (LCP)
4 Boxes (3.5 cu. ft.)
Material Dates 1975-1996

The Lesbian Community Project (LCP) was founded in 1985 as a combination social, political, and educational organization for Lesbians in the Portland area.

The material is divided generally into Administrative, Program, and Political areas.  The Administrative material consists of such items as bylaws, minutes of meetings, meeting agendas, reports of committees, and financial data.  The Program material consists of such items as social events and educational programs.  The Political material consists mainly of involvement with state and city sexual orientation civil rights legislative proposals, as well as material collected from elsewhere in the United States.

Box 1:

  • Folder 1:          Sample Bylaws. Sample bylaws of other organizations, apparently collected to aid in developing LCP’s bylaws.  n.d.
  • Folder 2:          Bylaws and Notes, Two sets of bylaws for LCP, one composed of seven articles; the other composed of 13, n.d.  Also updated handwritten notes, some in shorthand, with noted problems in existing bylaws; update 1/1993.
  • Folder 3:          Corporation Registration, LCP registration with Oregon Secretary of State, signed June 16, 1988.
  • Folder 4:          Workers’ Compensation Certificate, Certificate of LCP’s compliance with Oregon workers’ compensation law, January 1, 1989.
  • Folder 5:          Mission Statement, LCP mission statement and statement of purpose, n.d.
  • Folder 6:          Committees and Events, List of committees and events for the organization, ca. 1992.
  • Folder 7:          Board of Directors, Rosters of LCP Board of Directors, 1988-1996 and one undated.
  • Folder 8:          Board of Directors Orientation, Agenda and minutes of orientation held June 7, 1987.
  • Folder 9:          Committee and Project Chairs, List of chairs of committees and committee projects, 1995-1996.
  • Folder 10:        Job Description, Executive Director, Job description for the position of LCP Executive Director, and Hiring Committee report, n.d.
  • Folder 11:        Notes on LCP Organization, “Notes from Cathy” about LCP organization, n.d.
  • Folder 12:        Board of Directors Duties, Application for membership and job description, roles, and responsibilities, n.d.
  • Folder 13:        Personnel Policies, Draft, n.d., and adopted policies, 12/10/1991; payroll memo, 2/7/1994.
  • Folder 14:        Proposed Affirmative Action Policy, Draft of policy with handwritten notes, n.d.
  • Folder 15:        Office Use Protocol, Requirements for use of LCP office, n.d.
  • Folder 16:        Security Measures, Security measures adopted after recent break-in at another office, n.d.
  • Folder 17:        Volunteer Opportunities, List of events for which LCP members can volunteer, n.d.
  • Folder 18:        Proposals, Different policy proposals concerning confidentiality of mailing list, use of LCP as a bank, and coalition policy.  One dated 12/3/1987, the others, n.d.
  • Folder 19:        Envelope, Bulk rate mailing envelope used by LCP.
  • Folder 20:        Centralized Mailing List, Individual cards for mailing list proposal indicating a lack of interest in having name added, n.d.
  • Folder 21:        Speakers Bureau, List of LCP speakers, 1/11/1995; speakers bureau information regarding the Oregon Citizens Alliance, and a speaker’s profile, n.d.
  • Folder 22:        Goal-Setting Quiz, Survey for what LCP should do, with handwritten notes, n.d.
  • Folder 23:        Decision Making Process, Policy on reaching decisions, n.d.; information on planning, 6/10/1985.
  • Folder 24:        Employment, Letter of interest, resume, and evaluation of temporary assistant position arranged at Antioch University; miscellaneous resumes.
  • Folder 25:        Contracts, Various materials concerning contracts, 1987-1988.
  • Folder 26:        Miscellaneous Groups, List of various organizations in the Portland area, coalition possibilities.
  • Folder 27:        Employee Worksheets, Time sheets and payroll information for Sally H. Cohn and Sara J. Cleveland, 1994.
  • Folder 28:        Phone Lists, Miscellaneous telephone lists, n.d.
  • Folder 29:        Membership Profile, Survey given to LCP members, n.d.
  • Folder 29A:     Early Minutes 1985-1986, Minutes of LCP meetings
  • Folder 30:        Interim Steering Committee, Agendas and minutes of Interim Steering Committee meetings, December 1986 to May 1987; related correspondence
  • Folder 31:        Steering Committee 1987, Agendas and minutes of Steering Committee meetings, 1987.
  • Folder 32:        Steering Committee 1988, Agendas and minutes of Steering Committee meetings, 1988.
  • Folder 33:        Diversity Committee, Reports of the Diversity Committee, ca. 1987-1988.
  • Folder 34:        Bylaws Committee, Agenda and minutes, Bylaws Committee, February 1987.
  • Folder 35:        Membership Committee, Proposal and report, n.d.; Minutes, Feb. 17, 1988; “Tasks”, Feb. 10, 1988.
  • Folder 36:        Elections Committee, Voter’s guide, reports, and notes, May 1987-April 1988.
  • Folder 37:        Board of Directors, 1987, Minutes and agendas, 1987; proposed LCP Work Plan, 1987.
  • Folder 38:        Board of Directors, 1988-1989, Agenda, minutes, reports, and notes, 1988-1989.
  • Folder 39:        Board of Directors, 1990-1991, Agenda and minutes, April 1990 and September 1991.
  • Folder 40:        Board of Directors, 1993, Final evaluation and recommendations to LCP Board, Oct. 19, 1993.
  • Folder 41:        Board of Directors, 1994, Agenda and minutes of board meetings, 1994.
  • Folder 42:        Board of Directors, 1995, Agenda and minutes of board meetings, 1995.
  • Folder 43:        Work Plans, Individual work plans for board members, 1988.
  • Folder 44:        Staff Reports, Reports of staffers as to their activities, 1988.
  • Folder 45:        Board of Directors Election, Information and candidates, 1987.
  • Folder 46:        Community Center Committee, Reports 1987-1988; real estate information; information on Seattle and San Francisco centers.
  • Folder 47:        Postcard, Postcard from Cathy Siemens to Jawea Mockabee, 1988.
  • Folder 48:        Annual Membership Meeting, Reports, 1989, 1990, and 1993.
  • Folder 49:        Annual Reports, Reports, 1990-1993.
  • Folder 50:        Annual Report 1995, Report 1995.
  • Folder 51:        Membership Questionnaire, Notes and computerized survey results, Nov. 18, 1985; memo Mar. 9, 1993.
  • Folder 52:        Membership Questionnaire, January 13, 1986, Computerized survey results, 1/13/1986.
  • Folder 53:        Membership Questionnaire, August 31, 1986, Computerized survey results, 8/31/1986.
  • Folder 54:        Board of Directors Applications, Completed applications for 1988 election.
  • Folder 55:        Board Committees, List of Board of Directors committees, n.d.
  • Folder 56:        Need for a Board, Paper explaining the need for a board of directors, n.d.
  • Folder 57:        Mailing List Confidentiality, Proposal, 1987.

  • Folder 58:        Membership Applications, Application forms, 1987-1988.
  • Folder 59:        Mailing List Letter, Letter asking to join mailing list, 9/18/1987.
  • Folder 60:        Invitation to Membership, Letters seeking new members 1987, 1989, 1990, and 1996.
  • Folder 61:        Membership Letters and Brochures, Letters to new members, n.d. and membership brochures, one ca. 1987 and the other n.d.
  • Folder 62:        Anniversary Letter, Letter to members on anniversary of membership, n.d.
  • Folder 63:        Volunteer Information Sheet, Form seeking volunteers, n.d.
  • Folder 64:        Membership Lists, Handwritten notes of renewals and computer labels of members, n.d.
  • Folder 65:        Tax Issues, LCP employee tax forms, 1989; and application for public organization status, 1992.
  • Folder 66:        Leases, Office leases and related documents, ca. 1983-1989.
  • Folder 67:        Bank Proposal, Proposal for LCP bank account use by other groups, 1988.
  • Folder 68:        Donations from LCP, Record of money donated from LCP to other groups, ca. 1988.

  • Folder 69:        Donations to LCP, Record of contributions to LCP, 1986-1987.
  • Folder 70:        Donation Letter, Form letter thanking donor, 7/21/1987.
  • Folder 71:        Pledges, 1987, Pledge cards, 1987.
  • Folder 72:        Pledges, 1988, Computer printout of pledges, 1988.
  • Folder 73:        Miscellaneous Pledge Material, Miscellaneous materials related to pledging, 1987-1989.
  • Folder 74:        Fundraising, Miscellaneous materials on fundraising.
  • Folder 75:        Miscellaneous Expenditures, Miscellaneous records of expenses.
  • Folder 76:        Check Log, Record of checks written, 1994 and 1995.
  • Folder 77:        Budget, 1986, General budget information, 1986.
  • Folder 78:        Budget, 1987, General budget information, 1987.
  • Folder 79:        Budget, 1988, General budget information, 1988.

  • Folder 80:        Budget, 1993, General budget information, 1993.
  • Folder 81:        Budget, 1994, General budget information, 1994.
  • Folder 82:        Budget, 1995, January-June, General budget information, first half of 1995.
  • Folder 83:        Budget, 1995, July-November, General budget information, most of second half of 1995.
  • Folder 84:        Budget, 1996, General budget information, 1996.
  • Folder 85:        Miscellaneous Budget, Miscellaneous items dealing with budget matters, ca. 1988-1994.
  • Folder 86:        Correspondence, Miscellaneous correspondence to and from organization.

Box 2

  • Folder 1:          Internal Communications Coordinator
  • Job description, ca. 1987.
  • Folder 2:          Director’s Report
  • Monthly report of director, April 1990.
  • Folder 3:          LCP Business Card
  • Business card, ca. 1990.
  • Folder 4:          Student Practicum Opportunity
  • Ad for students to work in LCP office.

  • Folder 5:          Newsletter Miscellaneous, On Track deadlines, 1996; advertising specifications.
  • Folder 6:          Statement of Diversity, Statements on diversity adopted by board, 1992.
  • Folder 7:          LCP History Perspective, List of women who should be interviewed by LCP history.
  • Folder 8:          The Beginnings of LCP, Compiled history notebooks of LCP, 1985-1990. (Though the notebooks are labeled 1985-1987, one item inside appears to date from 1990.)
  • Folder 9:          Fundraising and Membership, Binder prepared by LCP with miscellaneous information on fundraising and membership, 1989.
  • Folder 10:        Gay Pride Planning, 1982, Agenda and minutes from planning committee.
  • Folder 11:        Gay Pride 1982 - Special Activities, Agenda and minutes from special activities committee.
  • Folder 12:        Gay Pride 1982 - Security, Agenda and minutes from security committee.
  • Folder 13:        Gay Pride 1982 - Publicity, Agenda and minutes from publicity committee.
  • Folder 14:        Gay Pride 1982 - Gaycare, Agenda and minutes from gaycare committee.
  • Folder 15:        Gay Pride 1982 - Fundraising, Agenda and minutes from fundraising committee.

  • Folder 16:        Softball, Miscellaneous items from 1987 and 1989 dealing with softball tournament.  Several included items appear to be unrelated, but were so labeled.
  • Folder 17:        Sweet Honey Concert, Correspondence and ticket re: Sweet Honey in the Rock concert, 1988.
  • Folder 18:        June Millington, 1987, Miscellaneous information on June Millington’s 1987 Oregon concert.
  • Folder 19:        June and Jean Millington, 1989, Miscellaneous information on their 1989 Oregon concert.
  • Folder 20:        For Love and For Life, Tickets and flyer for JEB (Joan E. Biron) slide presentation, 1989.
  • Folder 21:        Mary Watkins, Miscellaneous information on Mary Watkins concert, 1989.
  • Folder 22:        Deb Ross Birthday Party, Otherwise unidentified photos labeled, “Deb Ross’s B-Day.”
  • Folder 23:        Miscellaneous Social Events, Flyers and miscellaneous materials on various social events, 1987-1992.
  • Folder 24:        LCP Calendar of Events, 1995, Calendar for April and May, 1995.
  • Folder 25:        Lesbian Gay Film Festival, Program for second festival, 1989.
  • Folder 26:        NOW Dance, Budget information for National Organization for Women dance, 1988.

  • Folder 27:        Jasmine, 1987, Miscellaneous information re Jasmine concert, 1987.
  • Folder 28:        Starlight Parade, 1989, Miscellaneous information on LCP float in 1989 Starlight Parade.
  • Folder 29:        Starlight Parade, 1990, Miscellaneous information on LCP float in 1990 Starlight Parade.
  • Folder 30:        Correspondence, 1987, Miscellaneous LCP correspondence, December 1987.
  • Folder 31:        Correspondence, 1988, Miscellaneous LCP correspondence, 1988.
  • Folder 32:        Correspondence, 1989, Miscellaneous LCP correspondence, 1989.
  • Folder 33:        Portland’s First Lesbian Conference, 1986, Program for “Building Community.”
  • Folder 34:        Vervloet v. Lesbian Community Project, Miscellaneous documents in sex discrimination complaint filed against LCP conference.
  • Folder 35:        Conference evaluations, Evaluation forms from 1986 conference.
  • Folder 36:        Pride at the Pittock, Folder for 1987 LCP event at the Pittock Mansion.
  • Folder 37:        Lesbian Families Conference, Folder for 1989 LCP conference (most materials lost) with evaluations; information on the Karen Thompson/Sharon Kowalski case.

  • Folder 38:        Susan Dahlstrom Master Thesis, “Sex Role Identity and Psychological Merger in Lesbian Relationships,” Portland State University, ca. 1988.
  • Folder 39:        Internship Paper on Archival Project, Iphigenia Johnson’s report, June 1, 1991.
  • Folder 40:        Community Events and Flyers, 1986-1990, Scrapbook of miscellaneous Portland events.
  • Folder 41:        LCP/Community Flyers and Events, 1986-1991., Scrapbook of miscellaneous Portland events related to LCP.
  • Folder 42:        Publications/Articles, Scrapbook of miscellaneous flyers and newspaper articles, 1987-1990.
  • Folder 43:        LCP Community Questionnaire, Completed questionnaires, n.d.
  • Folder 44:        A Forest Fantasy, Miscellaneous information on a social event at the Forestry Center, May 1990.
  • Folder 45:        Lesbian/Gay Pride Day, 1988, Miscellaneous information on LCP events for 1988 Lesbian/Gay Pride Day.
  • Folder 46:        JEB Show, Miscellaneous information on appearance of JEB (Joan E. Biron), Apr. 16, 1988.
  • Folder 47:        Programs 1986-1996, Miscellaneous brochures and correspondence regarding workshops and other programs.
  • Folder 48:        International Women’s Day 1995, Miscellaneous information about 1995 event.

  • Folder 49:        Lobbying, Lobbying workshop and miscellaneous lobbying information, 1987-1989.
  • Folder 50:        Religion, Miscellaneous information on Christianity, Judaism, and Wicca, 1987-1988.
  • Folder 51:        Lesbian Health Project, Miscellaneous information on Lesbian health, 1994-1996.
  • Folder 52:        Women’s Foundation Portland, Flyer on organizational meeting, 1988.
  • Folder 53:        Native Americans, Brochures and letter dated Jan. 3, 1986 for an unspecified conference.
  • Folder 54:        National Lesbian Conference, Information about conference held in Durham, North Carolina, March 1989.
  • Folder 55:        Regional Conferences - National Lesbian Conference, Conferences held around the country, 1988-1989.
  • Folder 56:        National Lesbian conference - Portland, Held in Portland, July 1989.
  • Folder 57:        Anti-Lesbian/Gay Violence 1995, Report on violence for the United States, including Portland.
  • Folder 58:        Resource Guide, 1986, Directory of Portland political, social, and professional services.
  • Folder 59:        Bibliography of Materials on Sexism and Sex-Role Stereotyping in Children’s Books, Published by Lollipop Power, Inc., (No. 6), 1978.

  • Folder 60:        Lesbian Mothers’ National Defense Fund, Miscellaneous information on organization founded in Washington.
  • Folder 61:        Chief’s Forum, 1991, Miscellaneous material from forum with advisers to Chief of Police, 6/10/1991.
  • Folder 62:        Human Rights Campaign Fund, Miscellaneous information on HRCF, including an article about Portland.
  • Folder 63:        Oregon Women’s Conference Final Report, Final report of the Oregon International Women’s Year, 1977.

Box 3:

  • Folder 1:          Speakers Bureau - General, Miscellaneous information of the LCP speakers bureau.
  • Folder 2:          Speakers Bureau - Mental Illness, Information about mental illness for the LCP speakers bureau.
  • Folder 3:          Speakers Bureau - Early Socialization, Information about early socialization for the LCP speakers bureau.
  • Folder 4:          Speakers Bureau - Religion, Information about religion for the LCP speakers bureau.
  • Folder 5:          Speakers Bureau - Homophobia, Information about homophobia for the LCP speakers bureau.
  • Folder 6:          Speakers Bureau Applications, Applications to join the LCP speakers bureau.
  • Folder 7:          Paul Cameron, Press release on Cameron’s credentials as a psychologist, 1991.

  • Folder 8:          Archives, Folder of miscellaneous material labeled “Archives.”
  • Folder 9:          Right to Privacy PAC, Miscellaneous information about the Right to Privacy Political Action Committee, 1988.
  • Folder 10:        Lesbian Families Conference Notes, Organizational notes.
  • Folder 11:        Lesbian Families Conference Ad Rates/Ads Received, Three-ring binder: ad rates and ads received.
  • Folder 12:        Lesbian Families Conference: Board Reports, Three-ring binder: with board reports.
  • Folder 13:        Lesbian Families Conference: Budget, Three-ring binder: with budget information.
  • Folder 14:        Lesbian Families Conference: Child Care, Three-ring binder: with information about child care.
  • Folder 15:        Lesbian Families Conference: Committee Meeting Minutes, Three-ring binder: with minutes of the organizing committee.
  • Folder 16:        Lesbian Families Conference: Conference Registration, Three-ring binder: with conference registrations.
  • Folder 17:        Lesbian Families Conference: Correspondence/Outreach, Three-ring binder: with correspondence and outreach materials.
  • Folder 18:        Lesbian Families Conference: Evaluations, Three-ring binder: with evaluations of the conference.

  • Folder 19:        Lesbian Families Conference: Films, Three-ring binder: with information about films.
  • Folder 20:        Lesbian Families Conference: Housing, Three-ring binder: with information about housing for the conference.
  • Folder 21:        Lesbian Families Conference: Information Tables, Three-ring binder: with information about information tables at the conference.
  • Folder 22:        Lesbian Families Conference: Mailing Lists, Three-ring binder: with mailing lists.
  • Folder 23:        Lesbian Families Conference: Performers, Three-ring binder: with information about performers at the conference.
  • Folder 24:        Lesbian Families Conference: Press Releases, Three-ring binder: with press releases about the conference.
  • Folder 25:        Lesbian Families Conference: Publicity/Newsletters, Three-ring binder: with information about publicity of the conference.
  • Folder 26:        Lesbian Families Conference: Security, Three-ring binder: with information about security at the conference.
  • Folder 27:        Lesbian Families Conference: Tee Shirts/Mugs, Three-ring binder: with information about tee shirts and mugs available at the conference.
  • Folder 28:        Lesbian Families Conference: Work Exchange, Three-ring binder: with information about work exchange available in place of an admission charge to the conference.
  • Folder 29:        Lesbian Families Conference: Workshop Proposal Requirements, Three-ring binder: with information about proposed workshops at the conference.

  • Folder 30:        Lesbian Families Conference: Workshop Room Capacity, Three-ring binder: with information about capacity of the workshop rooms at the conference.
  • Folder 31:        Lesbian Families Conference: Vendors, Three-ring binder: with information about vendors at the conference.
  • Folder 32:        Lesbian Families Conference: Volunteers, Three-ring binder: with information about volunteer opportunities at the conference.
  • Folder 33:        Lesbian Families Conference: Miscellaneous, Three-ring binder: with miscellaneous information about the conference.
  • Folder 34:        Advocates for Gay/Lesbian Equality, Information on organization and conference program.
  • Folder 35:        Allies: People to People, Newsletter, July 1994.
  • Folder 36:        Association of Lesbian Professionals of Seattle (ALPS), Information on organization.
  • Folder 37:        Alternative Connection, Letter to Alternative Connection from LCP, n.d.
  • Folder 38:        American Association of University Women, Letter from AAUW to LCP, 1992.
  • Folder 39:        American Cancer Society, Response to order for information, n.d.
  • Folder 40:        American Friends Service Committee, Bibliography.

  • Folder 41:        Artists for a Hate Free America, Letter to LCP, 1993.
  • Folder 42:        Astoria Human Relation, One Earth One People brochure, 1994.
  • Folder 43:        Bigot Busters, Letter to LCP with flyer of the Oregon Citizens Alliance supporting Measure 9, 1992.
  • Folder 44:        Boy Scouts USA, Press release of the National Education Association on the Boy Scout booth at the NEA convention, 1991.
  • Folder 45:        Bridges, Program advertising information.
  • Folder 46:        Cabbage Lane Land Trust, Letter asking for an LCP calendar.
  • Folder 47:        Cabo Women’s Center, Letter form LCP to Brazilian group to get information.
  • Folder 48:        City Ordinance Public Meeting, Agenda and background material for proposed Portland sexual orientation civil rights ordinance, 1990-1991.
  • Folder 49:        Campaign for a Hate Free Oregon, Letters regarding the No on 9 campaign, 1992.
  • Folder 50:        Campaign for Parity, Letters to LCP about gender parity in government.

  • Folder 51:        Campaign to End Homophobia, Bibliographies and orders.
  • Folder 52:        Cascade AIDS Project, Correspondence, 1992-1993.
  • Folder 53:        Center for Democratic Renewal, Miscellaneous information on the organization, ca. 1992.
  • Folder 54:        Central Oregon Coalition for Human Dignity, Information on the organization.
  • Folder 55:        Judy Chambers, Information on Transformations, apparently a therapy group.
  • Folder 56:        Citizens for One Oregon, Information on the organization, 1988-1989.
  • Folder 57:        City of Portland Children/Families, Information synthesis, 1992.
  • Folder 58:        Civil Rights, Miscellaneous information on non-discrimination and partnership issues, 1990-1991.
  • Folder 59:        Clark News, Information on Donna Red Wing.
  • Folder 60:        Clinton Street Theater, Miscellaneous information regarding the Clinton Street Theater.
  • Folder 61:        Coalition Council, Contact lists.

  • Folder 62:        The Coalition PACs, List of coordination issues.
  • Folder 63:        Coalition for Human Dignity, Newsletter sample.
  • Folder 64:        Coalition to End Bigotry, Flyer for 1994 Salem Gay Pride Festival.
  • Folder 65:        Adolescent Task Force, Mailing list and outline for conference (?).
  • Folder 66:        Ableism, Letter to LCP, n.d.
  • Folder 67:        Bradley Angle House, Letter to LCP re: donation, 1991.
  • Folder 68:        Average Citizens Text, Letter with ballot wording of proposed “Average Citizen” text.
  • Folder 69:        Library Bibliography, Lesbian works at Portland-area libraries.
  • Folder 70:        BiNet, Memo, 1993.
  • Folder 71:        Anti-Semitism, Letter to LCP urging action, 1993.
  • Folder 72:        Art and Artists, Lesbian artists mailing list, ca. 1989.

  • Folder 73:        City of Portland Affirmative Action Plan, Policy statement and report.
  • Folder 74:        Blindness, Brochures and information concerning blindness.
  • Folder 75:        ACLU/Oregon, Miscellaneous information on the ACLU’s Gay rights activities.
  • Folder 76:        The Advocate, Article on the Oregon Citizens Alliance.
  • Folder 77:        United States Postal Service Information, Miscellaneous postal information from the USPS, used for mailings.
  • Folder 78:        March on Washington, 1987, Miscellaneous materials concerning the 1987 March on Washington.
  • Folder 79:        Washington Sisters, Miscellaneous information on the Washington Sisters for 1987 performance.
  • Folder 80:        NGLTF Material, Miscellaneous material on the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force and LCP as a cooperating organization.
  • Folder 81:        Rubber Glove Controversy, Miscellaneous material re: Portland police using rubber gloves when confronting Gay demonstrators, 1988-1990.
  • Folder 82:        Organizations, Miscellaneous information on Oregon Gay and Lesbian organizations, 1986-1989.
  • Folder 83:        International Women’s Day 1987, Miscellaneous information on the event.

  • Folder 84:        International Women’s Day 1988, Miscellaneous information on the event.
  • Folder 85:        Political Effectiveness Committee, List of members, n.d.; agendas and minutes, 1987-1988.
  • Folder 86:        Safe Sex Kits for Lesbians, Miscellaneous information on “safe sex” for Lesbians.
  • Folder 87:        Bibliographies, Miscellaneous bibliographies on Gay/Lesbian books.
  • Folder 88:        Summit Athletic Club, Miscellaneous information on the club, 1990.
  • Folder 89:        Community Packet, Packet of information from CP for Lesbians new to the community.
  • Folder 90:        Resources for Lesbian/Gay Couples, List of organizations available.
  • Folder 91:        LCP First Anniversary, Flyer regarding the organization’s first anniversary.
  • Folder 92:        Juanita Quiton Eulogy, Eulogy for Quiton.
  • Folder 93:        Hate Crimes, Miscellaneous information on hate crime and violence, 1987-1994.
  • Folder 94:        Police Liaison, Miscellaneous information on Portland police liaison.

  • Folder 95:        Activism in the 1970s and 1980s, Scrapbook, collected by Patty Ladd.
  • Folder 96:        Lesbian Community Center, Miscellaneous material for planning a Lesbian Community Center and Café.
  • Folder 97:        Political Skills Workshop, 1988, Registration forms, correspondence, and miscellaneous information for “Back to School With LCP” political workshop.
  • Folder 98:        Racism, Miscellaneous information concerning racism.
  • Folder 99:        Miscellaneous Material, Miscellaneous otherwise unclassified material about LCP.
  • Box 4:
  • Folder 1:          Bingo, Miscellaneous information about fund-raising bingo.
  • Folder 2:          General Civil Rights, Miscellaneous information about Gay/Lesbian civil rights in Oregon, 1987-1990.
  • Folder 3:          New York Task Force Report, Report of the Governor’s Task Force on Gay Issues, 1986.
  • Folder 4:          People for the American Way, Folder with information on anti­-Gay groups.
  • Folder 5:          Christian Right, Miscellaneous information on right-wing Christian groups.
  • Folder 6:          Riverside, California Initiative, Miscellaneous information on anti-Gay initiative and the court challenge to it.
  • Folder 7:          Miscellaneous Organizations, Information from various U.S. civil rights groups.
  • Folder 8:          Hate Crimes Legislation, Miscellaneous legislation from around the country.
  • Folder 9:          OSPIRG Report, Oregon Student Public Interest Research Group, Inc. report: “Homosexuality, Employment and Discrimination,” April 1975.
  • Folder 10:        Measure 8, 1988, Miscellaneous information on Oregon Ballot Measure 8, 1988.
  • Folder 11:        Senate Bill 708, 1991, Copy of bill (to add sexual orientation to Oregon civil rights laws) and supportive testimony, 1991.

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