Description The LGBTQ Digital Collection is comprised of miscellaneous materials documenting the Georgia LGBTQ community. Materials in this collection represent a wide-ranging assortment of topics and events. LGBTQ materials can also be found in a variety of other including collections, including the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Photographs Collection, and the Gender and Sexuality Collection. The Digital Collection includes documentation from the following collections; in some cases only selected items from the collection were digitized, in others, the entire collection. Gender and Sexuality Oral History Project documents LGBTQ+ history in Atlanta, Georgia, and the South. Poet, psychotherapist, activist, and original member of the Radical Faeries, Franklin Abbott's papers include extensive personal correspondence, conference proceedings, printed and audio-visual items, and materials related to his published works. Thomas Crim Jr. Papers include editorials, articles, and letters to the editor from the Augusta Chronicle, about gay rights, and smokers' rights. Jim Blyth Buffalo Chips scrapbooks document the activities of the Buffalo Chips gay clogging group. Andrew Wood Papers document Atlanta-focused ACT UP activities and the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence. LGBTQ Institute’s Jim Allen Papers highlight Pride events and ACT UP and Cracker Barrel protests. Terri Wilder Papers focus on HIV/AIDS as it affects women and children. Ron Lambe Running Water scrapbooks document Radical Faerie activities at Running Water Farm, in Bakersville, North Carolina. Mike Maloney OutTV Atlanta includes more than 200 tapes of raw footage from OutTV Atlanta – a local news and entertainment TV show that ran from 1999-2001. LGBTQ T-Shirt Collection brings together textiles from all of the Gender and Sexuality collections. Unitarian Universalists Lesbian and Gay Community Newsletters document the organization’s activities from 1982-1990. The Athens Gay/Lesbian Alliance Newsletter documents the organization’s activities from 1984-1985. The Carol Brown Papers, 1993-2012 (bulk 1993-1994) documenting pro- and anti- LGBTQ+ activities and legislation in Cobb County.