Article Title:'Gay Lib' gets an airing in national exhibition
Category:New Zealand Daily News
Author or News Staff
Published on:5th November 2002 - 12:00 pm
Story ID:1769
Text:An exhibition based on lesbian and gay liberation in the 1970s opens in Wellington on 15 November. Outlines: Lesbian and Gay Liberation in the 1970s marks the 30th anniversary of the movement in New Zealand. The exhibition runs at the National Library Gallery until March 2003 and a series of related events, including New Zealand's first Lesbian and Gay History Conference, will be held at the National Library while the exhibition is on. Curators of the Lesbian and Gay Archive of New Zealand, which is based at the National Library, are keen to receive more letters, diaries, photos and other materials from gay and lesbian history in this country. Papers for the history conference, also called Outlines, are invited.    
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