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OrganizationProgram/Project NameWebsiteNeighborhoodCityStateOrganization FoundedLGBTQ Heritage Program FoundedShort DescriptionFacebookTwitterContact NameContact Title/RoleContact EmailContact PhoneStreet AddressZipcode
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Rainbow Heritage NetworkNational support and advocacy for LGBTQ siteshttp://www.rainbowheritagenetwork.org/FairfaxVirginia2015https://www.facebook.com/groups/439557382858786/Megan Springateecc1@rainbowheritagenetwork.org
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Indiana LandmarksLGBT Heritage Projecthttp://www.indianalandmarks.org/tours/calendar/Pages/SearchResults.aspx?EventID=1015IndianapolisIndiana2014Mark Dollase800-450-45341201 Central Avenue
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Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservationhttp://www.gvshp.org/_gvshp/resources/lgbt_history.htmGreenwich VillageNew YorkNew York1994Andrew Bermangvshp@gvshp.org212-475-9585232 East 11 Street
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Lambda Archiveshttp://www.lambdaarchives.us/historicsites/index.htmSan DiegoCalifornia2014Chuck Kaminsky
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West Hollywood Heritage Projecthttp://westhollywoodheritageproject.com/West HollywoodLos AngelesCalifornia2015Kris Gosneywesthollywoodheritageproject@gmail.com
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Preserving LGBT Historic Sites in CaliforniaPreserving LGBT Historic Sites in CaliforniaAllAllCalifornia20122012An interactive, online archive dedicated to the identification, interpretation and commemoration of places associated with LGBT history in California.https://www.facebook.com/PreservingLGBTHistory/Gerard Koskovich, Donna Graves & Shayne WatsonAdministratorsgkoskovich@gmail.com; donnagraves01@gmail.com; sewatson77@yahoo.com
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The New York City Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (NYC LGBT) Historic Sites ProjectThe New York City Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (NYC LGBT) Historic Sites Projecthttp://nyclgbtsites.orgAllNew York CityNew York20152015The New York City Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (NYC LGBT) Historic Sites Project for the first time comprehensively surveys, documents, and evaluates historic and cultural sites associated with the LGBT community throughout the city's five boroughs.Andrew Dolkart, Ken Lustbader, Jay Shockley (Project Directors); Amanda Davis (Project Manager)Project Directors, Project Managerinfo@nyclgbtsites.org
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Preserving LGBT Historic Sites in New York StatePreserving LGBT Historic Sites in New York StateNew Yorkhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/401845343202516/
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Baltimore HeritageLGBTQ Heritage Initiativehttp://baltimoreheritage.org/BaltimoreMaryland19602011https://www.facebook.com/baltimoreheritagehttp://twitter.com/bmoreheritageEli PoussonDirector of Preservation and Outreachpousson@baltimoreheritage.org410-332-999211 1/2 West Chase Street 21201
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Los Angeles ConservancyCurating the City: LGBTQ Historic Places in LAhttps://www.laconservancy.org/learn-more-about-lgbtq-heritageAllLos AngelesCalifornia19782015Curating the City: LGBTQ Historic Places in L.A. aims to recognize the unique stories and contributions of Los Angeles’ diverse and constantly evolving LGBTQ communities. This microsite represents the first major step in our broad efforts to tell these stories and to identify, promote, and preserve these rich, yet complex historic places.https://www.facebook.com/losangelesconservancyAdrian Scott FineDirector of Advocacyafine@laconservancy.org(213) 430-4203523 W. Sixth St., Suite 826 90014
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San Francisco Planning DepartmentCitywide Historic Context Statement for LGBTQ History in San Franciscohttp://www.sf-planning.org/index.aspx?page=3673AllSan FranciscoCalifornia20132013A team of historians, in partnership with the GLBT Historical Society, developed a citywide historic context statement to document properties associated with LGBTQ history in San Francisco. Focusing on the 19th century through the 1980s, the LGBTQ Historic Context Statement is being used by community history advocates and city planners as a foundation for identifying, interpreting, and landmarking historic LGBTQ places in San Francisco.Shayne Watson & Donna GravesProject Directors and Coauthorssewatson77@yahoo.com; donnagraves01@gmail.com
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HistorypinCalifornia Pride: Mapping LGBTQ Historieshttps://www.historypin.org/project/469-california-pride/AllAllCalifornia20152015This project aims to inspire and educate while preserving the important stories of LGBTQ experience in California. California Pride is designed to crowdsource an online archive about places associated with LGBTQ histories in the Golden State. Please share your memories, stories, and images.Shayne Watson & Donna GravesProject Directorssewatson77@yahoo.com; donnagraves01@gmail.com
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Kentucky LGBT Heritage InitiativeKentucky LGBT Heritage Initiativewww.louisville.edu/bradenAllAllKentucky20152015A new campaign is underway across Kentucky to identify historic places of significance to LGBT Kentuckians. This project is a collaborative partnership between the Fairness Campaign, the University of Louisville's Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research, the Williams-Nichols Collection housed in UofL's Special Collections, the Kentucky Heritage Council--State Historic Preservation Office, and Preservation Louisville, made possible with a grant from the National Park Service and U.S. Department of the Interior. The aim of this research is to lift up this area of history for further study and preservation. A statewide Historic Context narrative in 2016 will lay the groundwork for local and regional historical societies to promote further preservation and celebration of LGBT histories and historic places. Cate Fosl, PhDResearcherHistory@Fairness.org(502) 852-6142
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National Park Service, Rainbow Heritage Network, National Park Foundation, HistoryPin etc.LGBTQ AmericaAllAllAll20152015In development, this will be an umbrella platform for pinning LGBTQ history across the country. More info to follow.Megan Springatemegan_springate@partner.nps.gov
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Virginia Department of Historic ResourcesLGBTQ Richmond, VAhttps://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/viewer?mid=zqqr3yPtH9vQ.kJvaE6zYHIp0RichmondVirginia2015The Virginia Department of Historic Places is mapping LGBTQ locations in Richmond, VA.
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College of William and MaryMattachine Research ProjectVirginia2015To document LGBTQ history in the state of VA.Leisa MeyerDirector
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Preservation Alliance of MinnesotaMinnesota2015Idenfied five significant historic properties in the state eligible for the national register.
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Philadelphia LGBT Mapping ProjectPhiladelphia LGBT Mapping Projecthttps://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?mid=1gyv3dfHs3MS82BHisv8oyZA77NgGreater Philadelphia areaPhiladelphia
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