Digital Collections: Princeton University Library’s LGBTQIA+ Periodical and Ephemera Collection – Now Digitized
From the Princeton University Library:
The LGBTQIA+ Periodical and Ephemera Collection, which contains over 60 boxes of magazines, zines, ephemera, monographs, and other materials dating from the early 1900s to the present day, is now available in Princeton University Library’s (PUL) digital repository, Digital PUL. It is international in scope, with materials in English, French, Germany, Italian and Spanish.
New materials are added to the collection on an ongoing basis, with a focus on growing the collection of non-Western materials. The collection has served as primary source materials for several papers and is used for in-class instruction. It is curated by Sara Howard, librarian for gender and sexuality studies, with original cataloging done by Kim McCauley, Library Collections Specialist.
Many digitized materials are also freely available via the Digital Transgender Archive.
Direct to LGBTQIA+ Periodical and Ephemera Collection,
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