June Monthly Review

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A Month In Special Collections:
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Central Library Exhibit Showcases a Slice of San Antonio's LGBTQ History

Queer Collections: A Portal to San Antonio’s LGBTQ Past showcases materials from the Lollie Johnson Papers. Johnson, a local business entrepreneur, owned and operated several queer clubs from the 1970s to the 1990s in San Antonio.
The Queer Collections exhibit was curated by UTSA Libraries Special Collections Assistant Archivist Melissa Gohlke. It will be on display on the second floor landing at SAPL Central Library through July 31, 2018.

Head down to the San Antonio Public Library Central Branch to view these two exhibits highlighting San Antonio's LGBTQ history!

--Taken from Melissa Gohlke's article in Out In SA
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