Mattachine Marchers CSLD parade, 1970

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Title

Mattachine Marchers CSLD parade, 1970

Subject

Christopher Street Liberation Day Parade, 1970

Description

Members of the Mattachine Society, one of the first "homophile" organizations in the U.S. march in the CSLD parade in June of 1970. Mattachine became less influential as the more militant activist groups took control of the movement for equal rights after Stonewall.

Creator

Leonard Fink

Source

The LGBT Community Center National History Archive, Leonard Fink Collection (#26).

Publisher

Leonard Fink Collection

Date

June 1970

Contributor

The LGBT Community Center National History Archive

Rights

Reproduced with permission from the LGBT Community Center National History Archive, Leonard Fink Collection. All rights reserved.

Relation

Leonard Fink Collection

Format

JPEG

Language

Englsih

Type

Photograph

Identifier

P1020806MATTA.jpeg

Coverage

NA

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

Black and White Photograph

Physical Dimensions

5 inches by 7 inches

Files

CSLD Parade Marchers- Mattachine Society

Citation

Leonard Fink, “Mattachine Marchers CSLD parade, 1970,” Stonewall: Riot, Rebellion, Activism and Identity, accessed October 23, 2019, https://stonewallhistory.omeka.net/items/show/6.

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