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Berg and Høeg Photographs

Marie Høeg (1866-1949) and Bolette Berg (1872-1944) were Norwegian photographers from Horton, Norway. Marie, the more outgoing of the two, was an active women's rights advocate who also enjoyed crossdressing in private. A private collection of photographs from the Berg and Høeg photography studio primarily shows Marie, with occasional appearances of Bolette, crossdressing in various fashions. These photographs show Marie's willingness to digress from and contradict social norms.

From Institution(s): Preus Museum

Boys Will Be Boys

Boys Will Be Boys operated out of Sydney, Australia, and explored the FtM experience in the early 1990s. These eight monthly newsletters include reflections from regular contributors as well as various letters to the editor from subscribers.

From Institution(s): Sexual Minorities Archives

Buffalo Belles Newsletters

The Journey, previously titled Buffalo Belles until July of 1999, was a monthly newsletter that documented the monthly meetings and experiences of the member of Buffalo Belles, a support group for crossdressers, trans people, and their partners in Buffalo, New York. The support group as well as the newsletter were established in the Fall of 1992. This collection provides an in-depth look into the identities and lived experiences of crossdressers and trans people in the New York area.

From Institution(s): E.H. Butler Library, Buffalo State

Button Collection

These buttons and pins are from multiple institutions and include a variety of symbols related to the LGBTI community. This collection includes pins from Alison Laing, who is an activist involved in a number of trans rights organizations and events.

From Institution(s): Sexual Minorities Archives, Joseph A. Labadie Collection, University of Michigan, The ArQuives, JD Doyle Archives, Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University, The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center