Just in time for Pride Month, the latest issue of Pennsylvania Legacies explores LGBT histories of the commonwealth. The contents of this issue are:
Window on the Collections: Unmasking “Dr. Anonymous” in the John Fryer Papers by Ain Gordon and Beth A. Twiss Houting
Schoolgirl Smashes, David-and-Jonathan Relationships, and Champagne Friendships: Mining the Archive for LGBT History by Cornelia S. King and Don James McLaughlin
Sitting In, Speaking Out: Pennsylvania’s Revolutionary Homophile Movement by Susan Ferentinos
Generations: Lives between the Lines: Finding LGBTQ Family History by Thomas MacEntee
Legacies for Kids by Christopher A. Brown
Book and Website Reviews by Sarah Duda Food for Thought: Building Bridges—and Communities by Mark Segal
Information on Legacies can be found at here. Legacies is available as a benefit of membership in the Historical Society of Pennsylvania and by subscription. Individual issues can be purchased by emailing Rachel Moloshok at firstname.lastname@example.org.