Documented | Digital Collections of The History Project is the home of our ever-expanding digitial archives.
We're constantly scanning and digitizing our collections. As the digitial archives grow, this site offers featured items, featured collections, and recently-added items — such as three video interviews with David Peterson, Bob Volante, and John Mitzel.
Gayme Night in the Archives!
6:00 to 8:00 pm, Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2016
Join us to explore - and play! - different LGBTQ-themed board games from our archives!
From Do You Know Enough (note the acronym...) to The Rainbow Gayme to feminist jigsaw puzzles, The History Project has a host of interesting, unique, and maybe even fun LGBTQ-themed games in our archives. Tonight, we'll dive into this diverse collection, then split up into teams and have at it!
This is a free event, but RSVPs are required via Eventbrite.
THANKS TO ALL WHO SUPPORTED THE
2016 HISTORYMAKER AWARDS!
Coming soon: photos from the awards!
2016 Honorees Susan Ryan-Vollmar and Corey Yarbrough
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There are many ways to volunteer with The History Project. You can help us to plan events like our HistoryMaker Awards or From the Archives series, work on processing archives & new collections, or help us with fundraising.
We send out a monthly email with specific volunteer opportunities, including dates and times. To receive this volunteer-specific email, contact Tony Grima.
Boston deejay Anthony Porter talks about his early years; going to clubs in early 70s to cruise tearooms and The Art Cinema; going to The Other Side at age 14 (1971); moving out to live on Beacon Hill at age 16; going to the 1270 in 1972 and noticing Jimmy Stuard's music.
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