Joseph Beam papers, 1967-1990.

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Beam, Joseph. Joseph Beam papers, 1967-1990.

Joseph Beam papers, 1967-1990.

The Joseph Beam Papers consist of correspondence, conference materials, prison letters, writings by Beam and other authors, files of the National Coalition of Black Lesbians and Gays and its organizational journal Black/Out, and printed matter.

7.4 lin. ft. (20 boxes)

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