While making this project, we have generated a wealth of photographs and oral histories. While we only use a small portion of the original interview to accompany the photographs, we feel that it is important to preserve the stories we are recording in their entirety. We have partnered with several LGBTQ archives to assure that all materials from the project will be preserved and made available for study by scholars, students, and the public.
We are proud to have the following organizations as our non-profit partners.
The Kinsey Institute at Indiana University in Bloomington, IN works towards advancing sexual health and knowledge worldwide. For over 60 years, the institute has been a trusted source for investigating and informing the world about critical issues in sex, gender and reproduction.
The University of Victoria has committed itself to the preservation of the history of pioneering activists, community leaders, and researchers who have contributed to the betterment of transgender people. The UVic Archives have been actively acquiring documents, rare publications, and memorabilia of persons and organizations associated with transgender activism since 2007. The Transgender Archives at the University of Victoria is accessible to the public, and available to faculty, students, and scholars for teaching and research.
The Sexual Minorities Archives, based in Western Massachusetts, is an important archive of LGBTQ history. Their extensive collection documents many decades of LGBTQ history and includes the recent addition of Leslie Feinberg's personal research library.