The Stonewall Riot Remembered Excerpt 2

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Title

The Stonewall Riot Remembered Excerpt 2

Subject

The Stonewall Riot Rememberd by Tina Crosby

Description

This excerpt from the investigative paper by Tina Crosby provides a glimpse of testimony she recorded from her informants in 1974. Bob Kohler, Rita Mae Brown and Morty Manford as well as other participants in the Stonewall rebellion are included in Crosby's research. Conducted a few years after the incident, Crosby's interviews are perhaps those least influenced by the broader context of the gay rights movement and the politicizing of later years. However, many of the elements of the Stonewall narrative are established and the roots of collective memory of the event have formed.

Creator

Tina Crosby

Source

MoMorty Manford papers. Manuscripts and Archives Division. The New York Public Library. Astor, Lenox, and Tilden Foundations.

Publisher

Not previously published

Date

1974

Contributor

Tina Crosby

Rights

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Relation

Morty Manford Papers: MssCol 1858, #3, box 41. MoMorty Manford papers. Manuscripts and Archives Division. The New York Public Library.

Format

text

Language

English

Type

jpeg

Identifier

Crosby Meaning

Coverage

NA

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Text

As shown in facsimile

Original Format

Paper

Files

Crosby Meaning.jpg

Citation

Tina Crosby, “The Stonewall Riot Remembered Excerpt 2,” Stonewall: Riot, Rebellion, Activism and Identity, accessed January 27, 2021, https://stonewallhistory.omeka.net/items/show/25.

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