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Sources

Texts

Manuscript Collections
Emily Jones LGBTQ activism clipping files. Courtesy of Emily Jones, Rochester, New York.

Kodak Lambda Employee Network digital files. Courtesy of Dan Sapper, Rochester, New York.
 
Oral History Interviews
Rochester, NY Voices of LGBT History, University of Rochester Special Collections, https://digitalcollections.lib.rochester.edu/ur/rochester-new-york-voices-lgbt-history?display=list.

Charles Collins, David Kosel, and Kathryn Rivers, interview by Kadin Benjamin and Tamar Carroll,  August 2, 2021, Zoom recording.
 
Exhibitions
Stonewall: 50 Years Out, Rochester Public Library, 2020, exhibition text provided by Michelle Finn, Deputy City Historian, Rochester, NY.
 
Newspapers
The Empty Closet: https://rbscp.lib.rochester.edu/EmptyCloset.

The Rochester Democrat and Chronicle.

Selected Published Works
Henneman, Todd. "Acceptance of Gays, Lesbians Is a Big Part of Kodak's Diversity Picture." Dec. 6, 2004, https://www.workforce.com/news/acceptance-of-gays-lesbians-is-a-big-part-of-kodaks-diversity-picture.

Raeburn, Nicole C. Changing Corporate America From the Inside Out: Lesbian and Gay Workplace Rights. Minnesota: University of Minnesota Press, 2004.

Vaid, Urvashi. Virtual Equality: The Mainstreaming of Gay and Lesbian Liberation. New York: Anchor Books, 1995.

Digital Tools

Research
Zotero, a free research aid that helps collect, organize, cite, and share research, https://www.zotero.org/.

Audio
Ableton Live 10 Intro, an audio recorder and editor, https://www.ableton.com/en/ (but Audacity, a free and open source audio recorder and editor can substitute how we used it, https://www.audacityteam.org/).

Video
HandBrake, a free and open source video transcriber, https://handbrake.fr/.

Publishing
Omeka.net, a digital-exhibit publishing platform, https://www.omeka.net/.

SoundCloud, a free audio hosting and publishing platform, https://soundcloud.com/.

YouTube, a free audio/video hosting and publishing platform, https://www.youtube.com/.

Methods

Work for this project involved research and exhibition design informed by scholarship in LGBTQ history, archival research in Lambda Network and Kodak records, newspaper research, and oral history interviews. Outreach was integral for accessing records, answering question, and receiving feedback on our results.