Hang-Out

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Title

Hang-Out

Subject

Flyer from Mattachine Society

Description

A flyer produced by Mattachine Society in the summer of 1969 referring to an event called the Hang-Out. A call for gays to meet in Greenwich Village on a summer night and demonstrate peaceful solidarity with the broader community. This would have been in contrast to the nascent Gay Liberation Front, which encouraged protest and disruption in order to gain exposure for the cause.

Creator

Unknown

Source

LGBT Community Center National History Archive, Bob Kohler Collection, #110.

Publisher

Mattachine Society

Date

1969

Contributor

Bob Kohler

Rights

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Relation

LGBT Community Center National History Archive, Bob Kohler Collection, #110. Box 1, Folder 17.

Format

JPEG

Language

English

Type

Text

Identifier

IMG_0628

Coverage

NA

Text Item Type Metadata

Text

as shown in facsimile

Original Format

Paper

Files

IMG_0628.JPG

Citation

Unknown, “Hang-Out,” Stonewall: Riot, Rebellion, Activism and Identity, accessed November 11, 2019, https://stonewallhistory.omeka.net/items/show/27.

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