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Biography--Christine Pattee

Christine PatteeI entered college an English major and came out a biologist. After stints as a teacher and Peace Corps volunteer in Ethiopia , I got a Master's and Doctor's degrees in public health, and worked for many years in the Connecticut Health Department as a reasearch statistician. My avocation has always been to organize things. In the 1970s I was Connecticut 's first statewide gay rights lobbyist. In the 1980s I produced women's music concerts and founded the Northeast Women's Musical Retreat (NEWMR). I've been a foster parent for fourteen years, taking one teenage girl at a time in long term placement. Now that I'm 50 and retired, I do what I want, including woodcarving, reading, women's adventure travel, and coaching city girls in basketball.

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21 GAY STREET / BY SHELDON LORD. L664t. Third St book cover

69 BARROW STREET/ BY SHELDON LORD. L664s.

A LABOR OF LOVE / BY KIMBERLY KEMP. K455l.

A MARTINI ON THE OTHER TABLE / BY JOYCE ELBERT. E424m.

A MONTH AMONG THE GIRLS / BY MARYSE CHOISY. C465m.

A STRANGE KIND OF LOVE / BY SHELDON LORD. L644s3.

A VERY PRIVATE LOVE / MONICA HAVILAND. H285v.

A WOMAN CALLED DESIRE / BY RICHARD MARSHE. M367w.

A WOMAN'S WOMAN / TONI ADLER. A455w.

A WORLD WITHOUT MEN / BY VALERIE TAYLOR. T394w2.

AMAZONS! / EDITED, WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY JESSICA AMANDA SALMONSON. A539.

AMERICANA ESOTERICA / INTRODUCTION BY CARL VAN DOREN, DECORATIONS BY ROCKWELL KENT. 810.8 A354.

AND CHAOS DIED, BY JOANNA RUSS. R877a.

AND THEN SHE CONTINUED : WOMEN-POEMS / BY ANNA TSING ... [ET AL.]. A54.

ANNETTE AND SYLVIE : BEING VOLUME ONE OF THE SOUL ENCHANTED / BY ROMAIN ROLLAND ; TRANSLATED FROM THE FRENCH BY BEN RAY REDMAN. 843.91 R65a.

ANYBODY'S GIRL / BY MARCH HASTINGS. H378a.

APHRODITE / BY PIERRE LOUYS ; ILLUSTRATED BY FRANK J. BUTTERA. L689a.

APPOINTMENT IN PARIS / BY FAY ADAMS. A325a.

ASTRA'S TOWER : CHECKLIST OF LESBIAN LITERATURE. 016.8108 A78.

BACKSTAGE TRIO / BY ALLYN DAVIS. D395b.

BARBIE : AN ORIGINAL NOVEL / BY MARCH HASTINGS. H378b.

BECAUSE MOURNING SICKNESS IS A STAPLE IN MY COUNTRY. B432.

BEEBO BRINKER / BY ANN BANNON. B255b.

BETSY'S LESBIAN LADIES / ARLENE BANKY. B355b.

BLACK LESBIAN NURSE / BY JANICE BELLAMY. B455b.

BURNING / BY JANE CHAMBERS. C435b. Queer Affair book cover

BY FLESH ALONE / BY MARCH HASTINGS. H378b2.

CALL ME MISTRESS / BY TOMLIN REDE. R434c.

CAROL IN A THOUSAND CITIES / EDITED BY ANN ALDRICH. C366.

CATALYST / P. P777c.

CHANDLER BROSSARD'S WHO WALK IN DARKNESS. B667w.

CHECKLIST. SUPPLEMENT : AN ADDITIONAL LISTING OF LESBIAN, VARIANT, AND

CHECKLIST. SUPPLEMENT : AN ADDITIONAL LISTING OF LESBIAN, VARIANT, AND HOMOSEXUAL FICTION, AND SELECTED NON-FICTION, IN ENGLISH OR AVAILABLE IN TRANSLATION, FOR THE USE OF COLLECTORS, STUDENTS, AND LIBRARIANS / BY MARION ZIMMER BRADLEY AND GENE DAMON. 016.8108 B63s2.

CHERRY / BY KAY ADDAMS ; AS TOLD TO ORRIE HITT. A443c.

CHICAGO WOMEN'S LIBERATION UNION, HEATHER BOOTH [ET AL.].301.412 C47.

CHRIS / RANDY SALEM. S344c.

CITY OF WOMEN / BY NANCY MORGAN. M664c.

CLONED LIVES / PAMELA SARGENT. S364c.

COMMUNITY OF WOMEN / SHELDON LORD. L664c.

CONSIDERATIONS IN THERAPY WITH LESBIAN CLIENTS : A SYMPOSIUM PRESENTED AT THE 1978 MIDWINTER CONFERENCE OF THE ASSOCIATION FOR WOMEN IN PSYCHOLOGY, PITTSBURGH, PENN. / EVELYN LITWOK ... [ET AL.]. 306.76 C657.

COURTESANS, PRINCESSES, LESBIANS. C686.

CUNT COLORING BOOK : DRAWINGS / BY TEE CORINNE. 618.1 C813c.

DAUGHTERS OF SAPPHO / BY J.X. WILLIAMS. W544d.

DESIRE AND HELEN / FRANCES LENGEL. L454d.

DESPERATE ASYLUM / BY FLETCHER FLORA. F566d.

DIANA / BY SUSAN WARNER. W364d.

DIFFERENT / DORENE CLARK. C526d.

DIFFERENT : AN ORIGINAL NOVEL / BY KIMBERLY KEMP. K455d.

DON'T MARCH! IT'S PART OF A SEXIST PLOT. 306.766 N68.

EIGHTY-EIGHT-- COUNT 'EM, EIGHTY-EIGHT-- REASONS WHY I REFUSE TO MARCH UP SIXTH AVENUE FOR A THIRD TIME IN  PURSUIT OF THAT SEXIST ILLUSION, GAY LIBERATION / [KENNETH PITCHFORD]. 306.766 N68.

EITHER IS LOVE / BY ELISABETH CRAIGIN. C635e.

ELINOR BARLEY / SYLVIA TOWNSEND WARNER ; WITH ILLUSTRATIONS IN DRY POINT BY I.R. HODGKINS. 823.912 W36e.

ELSIE DINSMORE / BY MARTHA FARQUHARSON [PSEUD.]. 813 F513.

EMMANUELLE / BY EMMANUELLE ARSAN ; TRANSLATED BY LOWELL BAIR. A673e.

ENCORE / BY LAURA DUCHAMP. D835e.

ENOUGH OF SORROW / JILL EMERSON. E546; PS3555 M4 E5 1965.

ENRAPTURED LOVERS / MARCH HASTINGS. H378e.

ERMYNTRUDE AND ESMERALDA / LYTTON STRACHEY;INTRODUCTION BY MICHAELL HOLROYD; ILLUSTRATED BY ERT. 823.9 S863e.

FEMALE CASANOVAS / BY SYLVAN B. PHILLIPS. 305.42 P5.

FEMALE DEVIATIONS : AN ANALYSIS OF LESBIANISM / BY EDWARD L. ROWE. 301.4157 R66.

FINDERS KEEPERS / BY SLOANE BRITAIN. B659s.

FIRST PERSON-- 3RD SEX / BY SLOANE BRITAIN. B659f.

FLIGHT FROM LESBOS / BRETT HALL. H343f.

FORBIDDEN SEX / BY JOAN ELLIS. E555f.

FURTHER EXPERIENCES OF AN IRISH R.M. / BY E.. SOMERVILLE AND MARTIN ROSS. S654f.

GAY GIRL / BY JOAN ELLIS. E555g.

GAY SCENE / BY JOAN ELLIS. E555g2.

GIRLS' DORMITORY / BY JOAN ELLIS. E555g3.

GOOD VIBRATIONS : THE COMPLETE WOMAN'S GUIDE TO VIBRATORS : BEING A TREATISE ON THE USE OF MACHINES IN THE INDOLENT INDULGENCE OF EROTIC PLEASURE-SEEKING,TOGETHER WITH IMPORTANT HINTS ON THE ACQUISITION, CARE, AND  UTILIZATION OF SAID MACHINES, AND MUCH MORE ABOUT THE ART AND SCIENCE OF BUZZING OFF. 613.96 B53.

GRAPHIC DETAILS : LESBIAN EROTICA & HUMOR / BY BEV BALLIETT AND PATTI PATTON ; PHOTOGRAPHY BY PATTI PATTON. B344g.

GUMDROP, GUMDROP, LET DOWN YOUR HAIR / JEANNIE SAKOL. S346g.

HALO IN BRASS / JOHN EVANS. E935h.

HARRIET / TOM KARSELL. K367h.

HER PRIVATE HELL : AN ORIGINAL NOVEL / BY MARCH HASTINGS. H378h.

HOLD ME UNTIL MORNING / DANIEL RUDMAN. R844h.

HOMOSEXUAL FICTION, AND SELECTED NON-FICTION, IN ENGLISH OR AVAILABLE IN

HONEY AT HER LIPS / STEVE BELL AND THE THIRD SEX SYNDROME / BY MARCH HASTINGS. B454h.

HONEYSUCKLE : AN ORIGINAL NOVEL / BY RANDY SALEM. S344h.

HOUSE OF FURY / FELICE SWADOS. S834h 1941.

HOUSE OF FURY / FELICE SWADOS. S834h.

I AM A LESBIAN / LEE CHAPMAN. 301.4157 C5.

I AM A WOMAN / BY ANN BANNON. B255i.

ILLUSTRATED BY KATERINA WILCZYNSKI.884.01 S355.

IN CASE OF EMERGENCY / GEORGE SIMENON ; TRANSLATED BY HELEN SEBBA. S554i.

IN CASE OF EMERGENCY / GEORGE SIMENON ; TRANSLATED BY HELEN SEBBA. S554i.

IN THE SHADOWS : AN ORIGINAL NOVEL / BY JOAN ELLIS. E555i.

IN THE SHADOWS : AN ORIGINAL NOVEL / BY JOAN ELLIS. E555i.

INSATIABLE / BY SLOANE BRITAIN. B659i.

ISLAND OF DESIRE / BY MAX NORTIC. N668i.

J.B. GRAFF. S354.

JOURNEY TO A WOMAN / BY ANN BANNON. B255j.

JOURNEY TO FULFILLMENT : AN ORIGINAL NOVEL / BY VALERIE TAYLOR. T394j.

KEEPER OF THE FLAME / I. A. R. WYLIE. W945k.

KIND ARE HER ANSWERS / BY MARY RENAULT. R453k.

KLEE WYCK / EMILY CARR ; WITH A FOREWORD BY IRA DILWORTH. C365k.

LADDER OF FLESH / BY SLOANE BRITAIN. B659.

LADDERS TO FIRE  / ANAIS NIN ; WITH ENGRAVINGS BY IAN HUGO. 813.52 N55

LESBIAN HELL-- / BY JANE SHERMAN. S546l

LESBIAN IMAGES IN THE FINE ARTS : A RESOURCE LIST / TEE A. CORINNE. 704.0664 C65.

LESBIAN LOVE IN LITERATURE / EDITED BY STELLA FOX. L372.

LESBIANISM AROUND THE WORLD / BY R. LEIGHTON HASSELRODT. 301.4157 H37.

LESBO LODGE / BY HARRY BARSTEAD. B367. Third Sex book cover

LESBOS IS FOR LONNIE / ARTHUR ADLON. A456l.

LESSONS IN LESBIAN LOVE / BY DALLAS MAYO. M396.

LETTERS FROM LIMBO / ELSA GIDLOW. 811.54 G54.

LILI OF PARIS / BY FAY ADAMS. A325.

LOOSE STONES / CLYSLE STEVENS. S847.

LOUISVILLE SATURDAY / BY MARGARET LONG. L653l.

LOVE LIKE A SHADOW / BY KIMBERLY KEMP. K455l2.

LOVE STORIES BY NEW WOMEN / EDITED BY CHARLEEN SWANSEA AND BARBARA CAMPBELL.L694.

LOVE WITH A HARVARD ACCENT / BY LEONIE ST. JOHN. S811.

MADELON : A NOVEL / BY MARY E. WILKINS .813.4 F655.

MAKERS OF MODERN AMERICAN FICTION (WOMEN) / BY ARTHUR B. MAURICE. 813.009 M386.

MEET MARILYN / BY SLOANE BRITAIN. B659m.

MEMOIRS OF A BEATNIK / DIANE DI PRIMA. D501m.

MIMI / LEE MORELL. M663m.

MONSIEUR VNUS / BY RACHILDE [PSEUD.] TRANSLATED BY MADELEINE BOYD, INTRODUCTION BY ERNEST BOYD, PREFACE BY MAURICE BARRS, ILLUSTRATIONS BY MAJESKA. 843.91 R335.

MOUNT MUSIC / Somerville, E. S654m.

MURDER IN MONACO / BY JOHN FLAGG ; COVER PAINTING BY ROBERT PEAK. F535m.

MY LOVELY ADELE / BY ADRIAN BENNETT. B454m; PS3552 E546 M9 1962.

MY SISTER, MY BELOVED / BY EDWINA MARK. M365m.

MY SISTER, MY LOVE / BY MIRIAM GARDNER. G264m.

NORTH BEACH GIRL / BY JOHN TRINIAN. T654n.

NOTES ON GAY MALES IN CONSCIOUSNESS RAISING / WRITTEN COLLECTIVELY BY A GAY MALE GROUP. 306.766 N68.

NURSE'S QUARTERS / LEE MORRELL. M667n.

ODD GIRL / ARTEMIS SMITH. S558o.

ODD GIRL OUT : A GOLD MEDAL ORIGINAL / BY A. BANNON ; COVER PAINTING BY BARYE PHILLIPS. B255o.

OF SHAME AND JOY / BY SHELDON LORD. L664o.

ON REVOLUTION AND EQUILIBRIUM / BARBARA DEMING. 303.61 D44.

OUT SOMEWHERE AND BACK AGAIN / NANCY STOCKWELL. S863o.

PAINTED VEILS / BY JAMES HUNEKER. 811.52 H85.

PARADOX LOST / Sinclair, Marianne, 1940-S552c.

PICNIC ON PARADISE / JOANNA RUSS. R877p.

POEMS / BY HARRIET. H366p.

POLITICS IS FOR WOMEN / NEWTON WOMEN'S POLITICAL CAUCUS. 305.42 P64.

PRISONERS OF LESBOS / BY BART MAYES. B368p.

PROMISE OF LOVE / MARY RENAULT. R453p.

QUEER PATTERNS / KAY ADDAMS. A443q.

QUEER PATTERNS / LILYAN BROCK. B663q.

REBEL WOMAN / HARRY WHITTINGTON. W458r.

RESTLESS WOMEN / RICK LUCAS. L873.

RETURN TO LESBOS / BY VALERIE TAYLOR. T394r.

ROSA BONHEUR. 759.41 B64.

RYDER / BY DJUNA BARNES ; WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY THE AUTHOR. 813.52 B35r.

SAM / LONNIE COLEMAN. C655s.

SAPPHO / THE TEXT ARRANGED, WITH TRANSLATIONS, AN INTRODUCTION & NOTES BY E.M. COX ; [ILLUSTRATIONS BY LETTICE SANDFORD]. 884.01 S356.

SAPPHO : A NEW TRANSLATION / BY MARY BARNARD ; FOREWORD BY DUDLEY FITTS. 884.2 S36.

SAPPHO SEX / BY APRIL MORGAN. M664s.

SAPPHO, AND OTHER SONGS / BY L.B. PEMBERTON. P452s.

SAY JESUS AND COME TO ME / Shockley, Ann Allen. S463s; PS3569 H568 S29 1982.

SCANDAL IN SUBURBIA : AN ORIGINAL NOVEL / BY GARDNER F. FOX. F691s.

SCHOOLYARD LESBIANS : GIRLS WHO LIKE GIRLS. H364s.

SCUM MANIFESTO / VALERIE SOLANAS ; WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY VIVIAN GORNICK. 301.41 S65.

SEX BEHAVIOR OF THE LESBIAN / BY LUCIUS B. STEINER. 301.7663 S8.

SEX IN OUR CHANGING WORLD / JOHN MCPARTLAND. 306.7097 M3.

SEXARIANS / BY ISAAC GOLDBERG. 813.5 G65s.

SHATTERING THE MIRROR / BY ELSA GIDLOW ; ILLUSTRATIONS AND CALLIGRAPHY BY KATHLEEN ROBERTS. 301.4157 G54.

SIDNEY'S WIFE / SHELDON LORD. L664s2.

SIN GIRLS / BY MARLENE LONGMAN. L654s.

SISTERS IN LOVE / BY JACQUES SERGUINE ; TRANSLATED BY LOWELL BLAIR. S464s.

SISTERS OF LESBOS / JOHN BLEDSOE. B444s.

SLEEPING BEAUTY : A LESBIAN FAIRY TALE / DRAWINGS BY GAIL ; WORDS BY VICKI ; CALLIGRAPHY BY GINNY. V535s.

SO STRANGE A LOVE : AN ORIGINAL NOVEL / BY DANNI SHERWOOD. S548.

SOCIALIST FEMINISM : A STRATEGY FOR THE WOMEN'S MOVEMENT / BY HYDE PARK CHAPTER

SOME EXPERIENCES OF AN IRISH R.M. / BY E.  SOMERVILLE AND MARTIN ROSS [PSEUD.]. S654s.

SOMETIME, NEVER : THREE TALES OF IMAGINATION / BY WILLIAM GOLDING, JOHN WYNDHAM [AND] MERVIN PEAKE.G654s.

SORORITY SIN / E.S. SEELEY. S444s.

SPARE HER HEAVEN / MORGAN IVES.I947s.

SPRING FIRE / VIN PACKER. P335s.

STRANGE AFFAIR / EDWIN WEST. W478s.

STRANGE ARE THE WAYS OF LOVE : A CREST ORIGINAL NOVEL / BY LESLEY EVANS. E835s.

STRANGE BREED / BY ALDO LUCCHESI. L833s.

STRANGE CIRCLE / GALE SIDNEY. S545s.

STRANGE FRIENDS / BY AGNETE HOLK. H655s.

STRANGE NURSE / ARTHUR ADLON. A456s.

STRANGE PASSIONS. S865w.

STRANGE SISTERS / FLETCHER FLORA. F566s.

STRANGER ON LESBOS / BY VALERIE TAYLOR. T394s.

STRANGERS ON A TRAIN / PATRICIA HIGHSMITH. H544s.

SUMMER CAMP / ANNE HERBERT. H462s.

SYLVIA / BY E.V. CUNNINGHAM. C855s.

TAKE ME HOME : A CONTEMPORARY NOVEL / FLETCHER FLORA. F566t.

TENDER TORMENT : AN ORIGINAL NOVEL / BY RANDY SALEM. S344t.

THE ANGRY WOMAN / BY JAMES RONALD. R653a.

THE BITTER LOVE / BY DON KING. K544b.

THE BLACKER THE BERRY-- : A NOVEL OF NEGRO LIFE / WALLACE THURMAN ; WITH AN INTROD. BY THERMAN B. O'DANIEL. T486b.

THE BLONDE : AN ORIGINAL NOVEL / BY PEGGY SWENSON. S845b.

THE BLOODY SUN / MARION ZIMMER BRADLEY. B634b.

THE CONFESSIONS OF AN ELDERLY LADY / BY THE COUNTESS OF BLESSINGTON. 828.7 B447c.

THE CORRUPTION OF INNOCENCE / MARIANNE SINCLAIR. S552c.

THE DAMNATION OF ADAM BLESSING : AN ORIGINAL GOLD MEDAL NOVEL / BY VIN PACKER. P335d.

THE DAMNED ONE / BY GUY DES CARS ; TRANSLATED FROM THE FRENCH BY LAWRENCE G. BLOCHMAN. D47d.

THE DEMANDS OF THE FLESH / BY MARCH HASTINGS. H378d2.

THE DIVORCEES / KAY MARTIN. M369d.

THE DRIFTER / BY MARCH HASTINGS. H378d.

THE EASY WAY : AN ORIGINAL NOVEL / BY DALLAS MAYO.  M396

THE EVIL FRIENDSHIP / BY VIN PACKER. P335e.

THE EVIL THAT MEN DO / BY BEN SIMCOE. S553e.

THE EXILE WAITING / VONDA N. MCINTYRE. M235e.

THE FLESH IS WILLING / BY DORCAS KNIGHT. K554f.

THE FORBIDDEN TOWER : A DARKOVER NOVEL / MARION ZIMMER BRADLEY. B634f.

THE FOX / D.H. LAWRENCE. L386f.

THE GIRLS IN 3-B / BY VALERIE TAYLOR. T394g.

THE GIRLS IN ROME / CHANDLER BROSSARD. B667g.

THE HEAT OF DAY / MARCH HASTINGS. H378h2.

THE HELL OF LONELINESS / BY HENRY VON RHAU ; ILLUSTRATED BY JOHN COLTON. V65h.

THE HERITAGE OF HASTUR / MARION ZIMMER BRADLEY. B634h.

THE HOLLOW VENUS : A STUDY OF THE FEMALE SEXUAL DEVIATE / JAMES BELLAUGH. B344h.

THE HOUSE OF BORGIA / MARCUS VAN HELLER. V355h.

THE IMAGE OF WOMEN IN HOMOPHILE NOVELS / [BY] VARDA ONE [PSEUD?]. 809.933 O54.

THE IMAGE OF WOMEN IN HOMOPHILE NOVELS / [BY] VARDA ONE [PSEUD?]. 809.933 O54.

THE LESBIAN : A FRANK, REVEALING STUDY OF WOMEN WHO TURN TO THEIR OWN SEX FOR LOVE. 301.4243 M66.

THE LESBIAN IN GROUP LOVE : BY MATT AND KATHLEEN GALANT. 301.4157 G35.

THE LESBIAN IN LITERATURE : A BIBLIOGRAPHY / [BY GENE DAMON AND LEE STUART]. 016.8088 D35.

THE LESBIAN IN LITERATURE : A BIBLIOGRAPHY / [BY] GENE DAMON, JAN WATSON, AND ROBIN JORDAN. 016.8088 D35 1975.

THE LESBIAN IN OUR SOCIETY / BY W.D. SPRAGUE. 301.4157 S56.

THE LOVE SONGS OF SAPPHO / TRANSLATED, WITH INTROD. AND NOTES BY PAUL ROCHE ;

THE LOVING AND THE DARING / FRANOISE MALLET-JORIS. M356.

THE MARRIAGE / BY ANN BANNON. B255m.

THE MIDDLE MIST / MARY RENAULT. R453m; PR6035 E55 M5 1972.

THE MIDWICH CUCKOOS / BY JOHN WYNDHAM. W944m.

THE MISTRESS / THEODORA KEOGH. K465m.

THE NAKED STORM / SIMON EISNER. E575n.

THE NEEDLE / SLOANE M. BRITAIN. B659n.

THE ODD ONES / EDWINA MARK. M365o.

THE OTHER GIRL / THEODORA KEOGH. K465o.

THE OTHER SIDE OF DESIRE / PAULA CHRISTIAN. C565o.

THE QUICK RED FOX / BY JOHN D. MACDONALD. M333q.

THE SECRETS OF EMMANUELLE / EMMANUELLE ARSAN ; TRANSLATED FROM THE FRENCH BY CELESTE PIANO. A673s.

THE SET / ARTHUR ADLON. A456s2.

THE SEX BETWEEN / RANDY SALEM. S344s.

THE SHADES OF EVIL / BONNIE GOLIGHTLY. G655s.

THE SHATTERED CHAIN / MARION ZIMMER BRADLEY. B634s2.

THE SINK OF SOLITUDE : BEING A SERIES OF SATIRICAL DRAWINGS OCCASIONED BY SOME RECENT EVENTS / PERFORMED BY BERESFORD EGAN.827.91 E44s.

THE SINS OF MARTHA LESLIE : AN ORIGINAL NOVEL / BY DON HOLLIDAY. H656s.

THE SISTERHOOD / SHELDON LORD. L644s.

THE SLIDE AREA : SCENES OF HOLLYWOOD LIFE / GAVIN LAMBERT. L352s.

THE SOFT SIN : AN ORIGINAL NOVEL / BY RANDY SALEM. S344s2.

THE SONGS OF BILITIS / PIERRE LOUS ; TRANSLATED FROM THE GREEK; PUT INTO ENGLISH FROM THE FRENCH OF PIERRE LOUYS BY HORACE MANCHESTER BROWN. 843.91 L68s.

THE STRANGE COMPULSION OF LAURA M.  / BY JOAN ELLIS. E555s.

THE STRANGEST SIN / KAY ADDAMS. A443s.

THE SWORD OF ALDONES ; THE PLANET SAVERS / BY MARION ZIMMER BRADLEY. B634s.

THE THIRD THEME / BY MARCH HASTINGS. H378t3.

THE TROUBLED SEX / CARLSON WADE. 306.7663 W119.

THE UNASHAMED / BY MARCH HASTINGS. H378u.

THE UNFORTUNATE FLESH / BY RANDY SALEM. S344u.

THE UNLOVED : AN ORIGINAL NOVEL / BY PEGGY SWENSON. S845u.

THE VIRGIN / DON MORRO. M666v.

THE WATCHER AND THE WATCHED / THOMAS PEACHUM. P453w.

THE WELL OF LONELINESS / RADCLYFFE HALL ; WITH A COMMENTARY BY HAVELOCK ELLIS. H344w 1951.

THE WELL OF LONELINESS / WITH A COMMENTARY BY HAVELOCK ELLIS. H344w.

THE WELL OF SLEEVELESSNESS; A TALE FOR THE LEAST OF THESE LITTLE ONES, BY P.R. STEPHENSEN, WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY HAL COLLINS. 827.91 S84s.

THE WHISPERED LOVE : AN ORIGINAL NOVEL / BY DALLAS MAYO. M396w.

THE WHISPERED SEX / BY KAY MARTIN. M369w.

THE WIDE, WIDE WORLD. BY ELIZABETH WETHERELL ; WITH ETCHINGS BY FREDERICK DIELMAN. W366w.

THE WILD PARTY / BY JOSEPH MONCURE MARCH ; WITH AN INTROD. BY LOUIS UNTERMEYER. 811.5 M33w.

THE WOMAN WHO LOVED THE MOON, AND OTHER STORIES / ELIZABETH A. LYNN. L955w.

THELMA LEDGE / MARCH HASTINGS. H378t.

THENDARA HOUSE / MARION ZIMMER BRADLEY. B634t; PN6071 F25 T46.

THERE WAS A RUSTLE OF BLACK SILK STOCKINGS / BY ROBERT MCALMON. M315t.

THESE CURIOUS PLEASURES / BY SLOANE BRITAIN. B659t.

THIS BED WE MADE / ARTEMIS SMITH. S558t2.

THREE IS A CROWD / ROBERT PHELPS. P545t.

THREE STRANGE WOMEN / KAY ADDAMS. A443t.

THREE WOMEN / MARCH HASTINGS. H378t2.

THRSE AND ISABELLE. / TRANSLATED BY DEREK COLTMAN. Leduc, Violette, 1907-1972. L448t.

TOUTE EMMANUELLE. ENGLISH. A673s.

TRANSLATION, FOR THE USE OF COLLECTORS, STUDENTS, AND LIBRARIANS / BY MARION ZIMMER BRADLEY AND GENE DAMON.  016.8108 B63s.

TWILIGHT GIRL / DALLA MARTIN. M368t.

UNLIKE OTHERS / BY VALERIE TAYLOR. T394u.

WAIT FOR TOMORROW / BY ROBERT WILDER. W543w.

WALK TO THE END OF THE WORLD / SUZY MCKEE CHARNAS. C483w.

WARM AND WILLING / BY JILL EMERSON. E546w.

WARPED / MICHAEL NORDAY. N664.

WARPED DESIRE / KAY ADDAMS. A443w.

WARPED WOMEN / BY JANET PRITCHARD. P658w.

WARRIOR WOMAN / MARION ZIMMER BRADLEY. B634w.

WATCHSTAR / PAMELA SARGENT. S364w.

WE TOO ARE DRIFTING / BY GALE WILHELM. W554w.

WE TOO, MUST LOVE : A GOLD MEDAL ORIGINAL / BY ANN ALDRICH. A546w2.

WE TWO WON'T LAST : A GOLD MEDAL ORIGINAL / BY ANN ALDRICH. 301.4157 A54.

WE WALK ALONE : A GOLD MEDAL ORIGINAL / BY ANN ALDRICH ; COVER PAINTING BY JACK FLOHERTY, JR. A546w.

WE WHO ARE ABOUT TO-- / JOANNA RUSS. R877w.

WHISPER THEIR LOVE / BY VALERIE TAYLOR. T394w.

WHO KNOWS LOVE? / FLORENCE STONEBRAKER. S865w.

WICKED WOMAN. Marshe, Richard. M367w.

WILL THERE REALLY BE A MORNING?  : AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY / BY FRANCES FARMER. 791.43 F36.

WOMAN OF DARKNESS / MONICA ROBERTS. R624w.

WOMEN IN PRISON / BY JOAN HENRY. H456w.

WOMEN OF THE GREEN CAF / ANONYMOUS. A113w.

WOMEN ON THE WALL / EDITED BY MARSHALL MCCLINTOCK. W654.

WOMEN WHO LOVE WOMEN / BY TRACY YOUNG. 306.76 Y65.

WOMEN WITHOUT MEN / A GOLD MEDAL ORIGINAL BY REED MARR. M366w.

WOMEN WITHOUT MEN / MARISE QUERLIN ; TRANSLATED BY MALCOLM MCCRAW. 301.4157 Q8

WOMEN'S BARRACKS / BY TERESKA TORRES. T666w

WORKS. ENGLISH & GREEK. 1932. Sappho.884.01 S356.

WORLD WITHOUT MEN / CHARLES ERIC MAINE. M355w.

WORLD WITHOUT WOMEN / BY DAY KEENE AND LEONARD PRUYN. K445w.

YOUNG AND INNOCENT / EDWIN WEST. W478y.

ZANBANGER / BY R. R. KNUDSON. K584z.

ZANBOOMER / BY R. R. KNUDSON. K584z2.

Periodicals

  1. Amazon Quarterly 7 (Issues Added)
  2. Conditions 4
  3. Quest 12
  4. Sinister Wisdom 4
  5. Little Sister 2
  6. Sister 32
  7. Women, A journal of liberation 14
  8. On Our Backs 1
  9. Off Our Backs 118
  10. Lesbian Her story Archives 1
  11. Heresies 4
  12. Brother 3
  13. Heresies # 2 1
  14. Lesbian Connection 26
  15. Out/look 1
  16. Up From Under 3
  17. Motive 2
  18. Feminary 1
  19. Aphra 1
  20. Lesbian Voices 1
  21. GBB 1
  22. Sisters United 1
  23. Dykes and Gorgons 1
  24. Lavender Women 1
  25. Matrices 1
  26. Margins 2
  27. Frontiers 1
  28. Moving Out 3
  29. Eidos
  30. Furies 10
  31. Spokeswoman 33
  32. Women's Agenda 12
  33. Gay Left 1
  34. Issues in Radical Therapy
  35. Gay Community News 5
  36. The Looking Glass 1
  37. Spectre 6
  38. Rat 1
  39. Aurora 1
  40. Workforce 1
  41. Daily Breakthrough 3
  42. Radical America 4
  43. Esprit 1
  44. Connecticut 1
  45. Civil Rights Digest 1
  46. MS 2
  47. Women News 1
  48. Women Organizing 1
  49. Women's Review of Books 1
  50. Resist 1
  51. Second Wave 1
  52. Discussion Bulletin 2
  53. Workers World 1
  54. Somerville Newspapers 2
  55. Solidarity 1
  56. Seven Days 1
  57. Guardian 2
  58. Scribners June, 1930
  59. Better Homes & Dykes 1
  60. Miscellaneous Periodicals 13
  61. Workforce 1
  62. Sparerib 10
  63. Sister Courage 9
  64. Scarlet
  65. Yale Break 1
  66. Aphra 1
  67. Equal Times 7
  68. Sojourner 10
  69. Ladder 155
  70. Gay Community New Issues 61
  71. Of a Like Mind 1
  72. Off Our Backs 33
  73. Hot Wire 2
  74. Women of Power 1
  75. Quest 2
  76. Mama Bear News & Notes 2
  77. Telewoman 2
  78. Feminist Bookstore News 2
  79. International Journal of Greek Love 1
  80. Coming Out 1
  81. Plain Brown Rapper 2
  82. Sapphic Touch 1
  83. Elysian Fields Booksellers Catalog 31
  84. Books Bohemian 54
  85. Hot Wire 2
  86. Lesbian Herstory 9
  87. Deskins & Greene Antiguarians 6
  88. Matrices 4
  89. Trivia 1
  90. Kalliope 1
  91. Ladyslipper 10th Anniversary 1
  92. Radia 1
  93. On Our Backs 3
  94. Women of Power 1
  95. One 1
  96. Lesbian Voices 1
  97. Lambda Book Report 1
  98. Sister 11
  99. Lesbian Tide 1
  100. Matrices 3
  101. Feminary 4
  102. Amazon Quarterly 1
  103. Lesbian Connection 42
  104. Words of Women 2
  105. The Possibilities are Staggering
  106. On Revolution and Equilibrium
  107. Print is Our Medium
  108. A Gay Bibliography
  109. A Bibliography By and About Jewish Women.
  110. The Lavender Menace

Recordings

A CIRCLE IS CAST [SOUND RECORDING] / [PERFORMED BY] LIBANA. Cass. 9.

A LITTLE STRONGER [SOUND RECORDING] / [WORDS AND MUSIC BY] NANCY TUCKER. LP-10.

A TASTE OF THE BLUES [SOUND RECORDING] / HEATHER BISHOP. Cass. 18.

AEOLUS [SOUND RECORDING] / RUTH BARRETT & CYNTIA SMITH. LP-38. Good news

ALL FOR FREEDOM [SOUND RECORDING] / SWEET HONEY IN THE ROCK. Cass. 13.

AVALON [SOUND RECORDING]. Cass. 20.

BAD HAIR DAY [SOUND RECORDING] / JAMIE ANDERSON. Cass. 33.

BREAKING ALL THE RULES [SOUND RECORDING] / DIANNE DAVIDSON. Cass. 31.

BUT WE FIGHT FOR ROSES TOO [SOUND RECORDING] / ANNA CRUSIS WOMEN'S CHOIR. Cass. 2.

CASTLES. [SOUND RECORDING]. LP-16.

CATCH THE FIRE [SOUND RECORDING]. LP-25.

CITY DOWN [SOUND RECORDING] / CASSELBERRY-DUPRE. Cass. 1.

CRIS WILLIAMSON LIVE IN CONCERT [SOUND RECORDING] : CIRCLE OF FRIENDS. Cass. 16.

DEEPENING [SOUND RECORDING] / RUTH BARRETT AND CYNTIA SMITH. LP-22.

DEFINITIONS [SOUND RECORDING] / TRISH WILLIAMS. Cass. 5.

DESERT WOMON [SOUND RECORDING] / CARYL DEGROOT. Cass. 4.

DON'T HOLD BACK [SOUND RECORDING] / HOLLY NEAR. Cass. 3.

FANNING THE FLAMES FOR COUPLES, HEALING THE CHILD WITHIN [SOUND RECORDING] / JOANN LOULAN. Cass. 35.

FIRE WITHIN [SOUND RECORDING] / LIBANA. Cass. 8.

FISHERSDAUGHTER [SOUND RECORDING] : TROUBADOUR SONGS / KAY GARDNER. LP-26

FLYING ON YOUR OWN [SOUND RECORDING] / RITA MACNEIL. Cass. 30.

FOXGLOVE WOMAN [SOUND RECORDING] / TRISH NUGENT. LP-13.

FRANOISE HARDY. [SOUND RECORDING]. LP-24.

FREEDOM AND RAIN [SOUND RECORDING] / JUNE TABOR AND THE OYSTER BAND. LP-09.

GARDEN OF ECSTASY [SOUND RECORDING] / KAY GARDNER & SUNWOMYN ENSEMBLE. Cass. 22.

GIRL'S BEST FRIEND [SOUND RECORDING] / HUNTER DAVIS. LP-28.

HERE COMES THE SUN [SOUND RECORDING] / NINA SIMONE. LP-31. 

I HEARD A WOMAN SINGING [SOUND RECORDING]. LP-35.

I LOVE WOMEN [SOUND RECORDING] / HEATHER BISHOP. LP-23.

IN YOUR HANDS [SOUND RECORDING] / ALL SONGS WRITTEN BY DEBBIE FIER. LP-27.

JOANNE SHENANDOAH [SOUND RECORDING]. Cass. 27.

JUST KIDDING [SOUND RECORDING] / COMEDY MATERIAL WRITTEN & PRODUCED BY ROBIN TYLER. LP-12.

KATHY & CAROL [SOUND RECORDING]. / Larisch, Kathy,  Performer.LP-17.

LAVENDER HEARTS--LIVE [SOUND RECORDING] : STORIES OF LESBIAN ROMANCE AND EROTICA / JENNIFER JUSTICE. Cass. 15.

LAVENDER JANE LOVES WOMEN [SOUND RECORDING]. LP-34. Breads

LIVE AT CARNEGIE HALL [SOUND RECORDING] / SWEET HONEY IN THE ROCK. Cass. 11.

LIVE IN P-TOWN [SOUND RECORDING] / DYKETONES. Cass. 26.

MARTHA RADCLYFFE [SOUND RECORDING]. LP-04.

MOODS & RITUALS [SOUND RECORDING] : MEDITATIONS FOR SOLO FLUTE / [MUSIC COMPOSED BY] KAY GARDNER. Cass. 21.

MORE FLUTE-GUITAR MUSIC BY WOMEN COMPOSERS [SOUND RECORDING] / MUSICA FEMINA FLUTE-GUITAR DUO. Cass. 23.

MUSIC OF THE ROLLING WORLD [SOUND RECORDING] / RUTH BARRETT AND CYNTIA SMITH. LP-32.

MY ILLUSTRIOUS CAREER [SOUND RECORDING]. Riddell, Sharon. LP-06.

NEW TESTAMENT [SOUND RECORDING]. LP-01.

NIGHT RAINBOW [SOUND RECORDING]. Marie, Gayle. LP-39.

NINA SIMONE SINGS THE BLUES [SOUND RECORDING]. LP-30.

ONE FINE DAY [SOUND RECORDING] / KAY WEAVER.LP-02.

OPEN UP [SOUND RECORDING]. LP-19.

OUT OF BOUNDS [SOUND RECORDING] / OVA. LP-14.

RIVER OF LIFE [SOUND RECORDING] : HARMONY ONE / BERNICE JOHNSON REAGON. Cass. 29.

SACRED GROUND [SOUND RECORDING] / SWEET HONEY IN THE ROCK. Cass. 12.

SAN FRANCISCO LTD. [SOUND RECORDING]. LP-07.

SHADES OF INDIGO [SOUND RECORDING] / INDIGO GIRLS. LP-40.

SKIES ABLAZE [SOUND RECORDING] / [COMPOSED AND PERFORMED BY] LINDA HIRSCHHORN. LP-15.

SNOW ANGEL [SOUND RECORDING] / CRIS WILLIAMSON. Cass. 17.

SONGS FOR SILNET LOVERS [SOUND RECORDING] / REBECCA VALREJEAN. LP-41.

SONGS OF TRANSFORMATION [SOUND RECORDING] / LISA THIEL. Cass. 28.

SONGWRITER [SOUND RECORDING]. LP-36.

SPIDER WOMAN [SOUND RECORDING] : A CELEBRATION OF WOMEN HEROES / JENNIFER JUSTICE. Cass. 14.

THE BEST OF STRUGGLES. Cass. 25.

THE EDGE OF THE HORIZON [SOUND RECORDING] / KAREN BETH. LP-42.

THE HEART OF THE APPALOOSA [SOUND RECORDING] / FRED SMALL. LP-08.

THE MIDDLE AGE BLUES [SOUND RECORDING] / SAFFIRE--THE UPPITY BLUES WOMEN. Cass. 34.

THE OTHER SIDE [SOUND RECORDING] / SWEET HONEY IN THE ROCK. Cass. 10.

THE POWER OF MY LOVE FOR YOU [SOUND RECORDING] / SUSAN SAVELL. LP-05.

THE WOMENFOLK AT THE HUNGRY I [SOUND RECORDING]. Womenfolk (Musical group)

THE WORK OF THE WOMEN [SOUND RECORDING]. Womenfolk Song Project. LP-33.

THIS SIDE/THAT SIDE [SOUND RECORDING] / JUDY FJELL. LP-37.

TINDER [SOUND RECORDING] / MARCIA TAYLOR. LP-11.

TROUBLE IN PARADISE [SOUND RECORDING] / ROMANOVSKY & PHILLIPS. Cass. 36.

TURN AROUND [SOUND RECORDING] / ALL SONGS WRITTEN AND ARRANGED BY ELENA JORDAN. LP-20.

UNDER ONE MOON [SOUND RECORDING] / CAROLYN MCDADE AND FRIENDS. LP-21.

WALK THAT EDGE [SOUND RECORDING] / HEATHER BISHOP. Cass. 19.

WHEN WOMEN GATHER [SOUND RECORDING] / THE YALE SLAVIC CHORUS. Cass. 6.

WILD WOMEN DON'T GET THE BLUES [SOUND RECORDING] / GINNI CLEMMENS. LP-29.

WINGS AGAINST THE SKY [SOUND RECORDING] / BETSY ROSE. Cass. 24.

WITH A LITTLE LUCK [SOUND RECORDING] / DEIDRE MCCALLA. Cass. 32.

YES, YES, YES! (LOVE IS EVERYWHERE) [SOUND RECORDING] / KAREN RIEM ; WITH JIM SCOTT.Cass. 7.

T-Shirts

Blue;    Hartford Women's Center

Bright Blue;    Portrait of Susan B. Anthony

Pink;    North East Women's Musical Retreat Aug. 31-Sept. 3, 1990

Purple;    New Haven Womens Liberation Movement

White (front) We're Back (back);    New Haven Women's Liberation October 7, 2000

Blue;    New England Women's Musical Retreat Cornwall, CT 1981

Red;    NEWMR 1988

White;    Northeast Women's Music Retreat, Hardwick, MA., Aug. 30-Sept. 2, 1991

White;    Northeast Women's Musical Retreat, Marlborough, CT Sept. 4-7, 1998

Miscellaneous

Box 1:

Folder 1: Independent Women’s Books

* Catalogs and book lists issued by C.Pattee
* Correspondence to C. Pattee from: Michelle Cliff; Tee A. Corinne;
* Yvonne MacManus; Catherine Rule; Celeste Charles; Velma N. Tate;
* Karla C. Gipe; Eric Garber; D. Stump; Helen Knupp; Elsa Gidlow;
* Carol Seajay, Maureen Brady; Judith McDaniel; Gabrella Nissen;
* copy of letter from C. Pattee to editors of Our Bodies Ourselves

Folder 2: Booksellers Catalogs

* Breaking Out, London Feb., Apr., 1981;
* Cunningham & Co., Portland, Maine; Q. M. Dabney, Washington, DC, 1974;
* Deskins & Greene, Atlantic City, NJ, 1980; Rarities, Chattanooga, TN, 1982;
* John Makarewich, Van Nuys, CA, 1980; Paulette Rose, White Plains, 1980-1981;
* Second Life Books, Adams, MA, 1980; Joanna Taylor Books, Rancho Cordova, CA, 1982;
* Walt Whitman Bookshop; San Francisco, CA, 1980

Folder 3: Booksellers Catalogs

* Beasley Books, Chicago, IL, 1982; Preston C. Beyer, Stratford, CT, 1980;
* Boudicca Books, Toronto, 1984; Helen McLean, Brooklyn, NY, 1995, 1996;
* Moye Polley Books, Seattle, WA, 1981; Pharos Books, New Haven, CT, 1985;
* C. J. Scheiner, Brooklyn, NY 1978-1981; Phyllis Tholin, Evanston, IL, 1983;
* Twice Sold Tales, Wellfleet, MA, 1981; Wilder Books, Emhurst, IL, 1981;
* Women’s Words Books, Contoocook, NH, 1982

Folder 4: Naiad Press, Flyers and brochures 1982-1985

Folder 5: Lesbiana Want List, C. Pattee, New Haven, CT 6 pages 1970’s

Folder 6: Lesbian Publisher’s flyers, booklets A-Z Book Service; Alwin Enterprises; Blazon Books; Bloodroot Collective; Lesbian Voices; New Women’s Times

Folder 7: First New England Women’s Musical Retreat, Cornwall, CT Sept. 5-7, 1981, schedules, flyers, budgets, report

Folder 8: Women’s Music for Everyone 1980-1981, correspondence, invoices, articles

Folder 9: Second New England Women’s Musical Retreat 1982, budget, article Deidre McCalla, program booklet, 1988

Folder 10: Women’s Health Services, New Haven, n.d.

Folder 11: Expanding Horizons Coffee House presents “Lesbian Herstory Archives” Nov. 17, 1984 to benefit New Haven Women’s Center

Folder 12: Sexual Orientation Lobby flyer Gay legislation in Connecticut. Connecticut General Assembly Directories for 1973-1974; 1975-1976; 1979-1980; 1981-1982. All but the 1973-74 annotated by Christine Pattee Newspaper articles about the November, 1978 elections.

Folder 13: New Haven Women’s Liberation Center Celebration Program, 1970-1980. Brief histories of the Center, Feminist Union, and Office Workers of New Haven

Folder 14: [Flyer] urging vote for Geraldine Ferraro 1984 :[Flyer] 1984 Political party platforms; Flyer. Women’s Center supporting strike of clerical and technical workers at Yale.

Folder 15: Musica Femina Concert/Informance Program 1985 Spring Tour

Folder 16:Can Lesbians be Friends? in Lesbian Connection 1977?

Folder 17: Feminist Expo 2000, Program Book March 31-April 2, 2000

Folder 18: Veteran Feminists of America Celebrates the 30th anniversary of the women’s liberation movement [brief biography of Christine Pattee] December 13, 1997.

Folder 19: National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights, October 14, 1979, Official Souvenir Program

Folder 20: In Praise of Pulp, Bannon’s Lusty Lesbians in “Voice Literary Suppl.” Oct. 1983

Folder 21: De-mystifying The Lavender Menace : A N.O.W. Primer on Lesbian baiting by Kay Whitlock and Robin Smith, April, 1977

Folder 22: Nestle, Joan Short Story Collection, Lesbian Herstory Archives, Spring 1979

Folder 23: Mina K. Robinson Support Systems for Older Lesbians, October 20, 1980

Folder 24: Sharon M. Raphael What Health Care Professionals Should Know About Older Lesbians October 20, 1980

Folder 25: Health Needs Assessment In a Lesbian Community by Paula Klein, Iowa City, September 10, 1980 with poster : Self-health for Lesbian Women

Folder 26: Proof plates from Pierre Louy’s La Chansons de Billitis, 1906 [copies] Als. Tony Green to Christine Pattee. April 12, 1982

Folder 27: Medgar Evers College.Center for Women’s Development miscellaneous announcements

Folder 28: Literature of the diaspora by Women of Color by Leah Crequ-Harris Sage, Fall, 1986

Folder 29: Lesbian Health Care by Francis Hornstein, 1973

Folder 30: Women : A new perspective [bibliography] 1972

Folder 31: Self-Help Clinic, 1971

Folder 32: Youth and homosexuality by Ann T. Cook, Issue paper 3, 1991

Folder 33: Role of sexual identity in youth suicide? by Ann T. Cook, Issue paper 1, 1991

Folder 34: Gay/Lesbian Youth in Crisis by Ann T. Cook, Issue paper 2, 1991

Folder 35: Bowen-Peters dancers, New Haven, CT [calendar] 1980

Folder 36: Women’s Sports [calendar] 1981

Folder 37: Women’s Music For Everyone, 1981-1982, publicity, reviews, brochures, specifications for graphic designs

Folder 38: New England Women’s Musical Retreat, 1981-1982, program booklets, committee list, assignments list, correspondence, press release, craft and saleswomen information sheet, security pass, car pass, architectural drawing for stage.

Folder 39:New England Women’s Musical Retreat, 1981, Proposed and revised budgets

Folder 40: New England Women’s Musical Retreat Background on other music festivals, articles on controversy over East Coast Women’s Music Festival, 1979-1981

Folder 41: Encore! New England Women’s Musical Retreat, Mailers, programs, September 3-6, 1982

Folder 42: N.E.W.M.R. III, mailer, program September 2-5, 1983

Folder 43: Femina Concert/Informance Program Notes 1984?

Folder 44: Lesbian Health Care : Issues and Literature by M. O’Donnell Science For People May/June 1978

Folder 45: Infections of the Vagina. Health Organizing Collective of N. Y. Women’s Health and Abortion Project, n. d.

Folder 46: Benefit for the Lesbian Herstory Archive [flyer] May 14, 1983

Folder 47: Bitch Manifesto by Joreen n.d.

Folder 48: Feminist movement [folder one] articles, flyers and pamphlets

Folder 49: Feminist Movement [folder two] articles, flyers and pamphlets

Folder 50: Blazing Star [Chicago] history and program, 1975?

Folder 51: Capitalism plus dope equals genocide by Michael Tabor, Black Panther Party 1970

Folder 52: How to discriminate against women by Jo Freeman, 1970?

Folder 53: Lesbian Feminist Writing by Beth Hodges in Margins August, 1975

Folder 54: Lesbian Health Issues Pamphlets, flyers, articles

Folder 55: Florida Citrus Boycott Continues. Gay and Lesbian Coalition of Chicago [flyer] 1977?

Folder 56: Pattee, Christine Articles by “Connecticut’s Lobbying Effort” Gay Community News, March 12, 1977; “Death of a Dream : Failure of a feminist credit union” in Quest, Summer, 1977; “Gay and Straight in the movement” in Women, 1972; “Purse Strings, Celebrity Fund Raising” in Women’s Agenda, March, 1977

Folder 57: Lesbianisms, Articles about

Folder 58: Lesbians Unite! [poster] n.d.

Folder 59: Women’s Liberation articles

Folder 60: “Women’s Liberation A Bibliography” in PM no. 2, August, 1970

Folder 61: Women’s Center New Haven, 1972-1974 articles, flyers

Folder 62: Socialist Educational Conference, New York November 26-27, 1971 [flyer]

Folder 63: Lesbians and the Health Care System by Radicalesbians Health Collective, 1971

Folder 64: FUNDraising is Fun. National Women’s Political Caucus by Mary Stanley, 1979?

Folder 65: SAGE Fund raising/membership letter 1984?

Folder 66: Exercises of the Twenty-third anniversary of Connecticut Literary Institution, July 27, 28, 29, 30, 1856. Program includes “Lesbian and Missionary Society” address by Rev. Robert W. Cushman. Folder contains notes from A. L. Robertson bookseller and Christine Pattee

Folder 67: Uppity Women Unite [bumper sticker] n.d.

Folder 68: Conditions : A feminist magazine flyers, brochures 1980’s

Folder 69: Sinister Wisdom A journal subscription form 1980

Folder 70: Shameless Hussy Press, Catalogue 20 n.d.

Folder 71: Living here: New Haven [Connecticut] by Virginia Blaisdell and Joan Dimow, 1971

Folder 72: Margie Adams Concert Information Connecticut Women’s Political Caucus, 1980 flyers, articles, budget

Folder 73: Women’s Music for Everyone, 1981 notebook, budgets, publicity and sponsor lists

Folder 74: Newsletter of the Yale Undergraduate Women’s Caucus. November, 1980

Folder 75: Comparison between the Black Movement and the Women’s Movement n.d. [note, in folder of 1973 newsletters]

Folder 76: Boyd, Blanche McCrary, articles about

Folder 77: A Woman’s Place is Every place [bumper sticker] n.d.

Folder 78: About Lesbians reproduction of a poster n.d.

Folder 79: Labbys promotional brochure advertising performing duo Elena Jordan, Patricia Lyons, Tolland, CT n.d. 1980’s?

Folder 80: Lesbian Herstory Archives newsletter June 1975

Folder 81: 1998 Nike/WBCA High School All-America Game, Official Souvenir Game Program

Folder 82: Nowhere left to hide “Katherine Ann Power” in “Mirabella”, March 2000

Folder83: “Snake Power A Journal of Contemporary Female Shamanism” v.1 no.2 Candlemas 1990

Folder 84: Socialist – Feminist Women’s Unions : Past and Present in Socialist Review no. 38 Mar./Apr. 1978

Box 2:

Folder 73: Women’s Music for Everyone, 1981, Hartford , notebook, budgets, publicity and sponsor lists. Holly Near, Robin Tyler, Magie Adams

Folder 74: Newsletter of the Yale Undergraduate Women’s Caucus.November, 1980

Folder 75: Comparison between the Black Movement and the Women’sMovement n.d. [note, in folder of 1973 newsletters]

Folder 76: Boyd, Blanche McCrary, articles about

Folder 77: A Woman’s Place is Every place [bumper sticker] n.d.

Folder 78: About Lesbians reproduction of a poster n.d.

Folder 79: Labbys promotional brochure advertising performing duo Elena Jordan, Patricia Lyons, Tolland , CT n.d. 1980’s?

Folder 80: Lesbian Herstory Archives newsletter June 1975

Folder 81: 1998 Nike/ WBCA High School All-America Game, Official Souvenir Game Program

Folder 82: Nowhere left to hide “Katherine Ann Power” in “Mirabella”, March 2000

Folder 83: “Snake Power A Journal of Contemporary Female Shamanism” v.1 no. 2 Candlemas 1990

Folder 84: Socialist – Feminist Women’s Unions: Past and Present in Socialist Review no. 38 Mar./Apr. 1978

Folder 85: Connecticut Lesbian Archive, Group marching in the June 1984, Gay Pride Parade, Hartford , [2 photographs]

Folder 86: Connecticut Women’s Political Caucus Survey of Women Municipal Candidates – 1975 By Christine Pattee and Sandy Vivian.

Transcript of talk presented by Sandy Vivian [14 page typescript]

Women and Municipal Politics. Schedule of five panel discussions around the state.

“Women’s Political Caucus Analysis Finds Women Have Electorial Edge” press release December 11, 1975

Zuckerman, Diana M. Psychological Barriers to Women’s Political Leadership” 21p typescript of an article. Note from the author to Christine Pattee

Election results chart, January 23, 1976

Political Caucus Questionaire

Steering Committee Connecticut Women’s Political Caucus Steering Committee, 1975 Newspaper articles and correspondence

Folder 87: Divisiveness and self-destruction in the women’s movement. A letter of resignation by Anselma dell’Olio

Folder 88: Diaspora Distribution, Catalog, 1982

Folder 89: Connecticut Gay Rights Bill, 1975 [articles]

Folder 90: Gay Rights Lobbying Strategy n.d. 1975 Original Contact List Breed, Elizabeth Typescript of talk before legislature n.d. 1975?

Folder 91: George W. Henry Foundation. Project “H” Committee Capitol Region Conference of Churches List of Advisory Board Members

Folder 92: Heartroots Feminists Therapy [documents relating to the beginning of Hartford Women’s Community Heartroots Fall 1980 [brochure]

Lesbian Convergence workshops May 1982; December 1983

Women’s Center meeting to discuss starting a [women’s] center in Hartford October 18, 1977 [flyers]

Hartford Women’s Center Womanspace Coffeehouse presents Karen Beth [flyers]

Womyn’s Moonlite Cruise August 20, 1983 [flyer]

Heartroots, A Feminist Therapy Collective present Lesbian Awareness Series [flyer]

Trinity and Hartford Women’s Centers present Casselberry-DuPree In Concert Dec. 10, 1983 [flyer]

Come Sail Away cruise August 26, 1977 [flyer]

Women’s Fair at Canton Green, June 23, ___? [flyer]

Workshop on Eco-Feminism, April 3, ___? [flyer]

Woman Anger [workshop] February 11, 1979 [flyer]

Discovering Your Own Space [workshop] January 29, 1978 [flyer]

Women’s Right of Spring, 7th annual camping weekend May 23, 24, 25 19 ? [flyer]

Women’s Workshop, April 9, 1978 [flyer]

Heartroots, A feminist therapy collective, list of programs and members [brochures]

Folder 93: Human Rights and Opportunities Committee Hearing February 13, 1973; March 13, 1973.

Folder 94: Human Rights and Opportunities Committee Hearing April 3, 1975

Folder 95: House Debate An Act Prohibiting Discrimination on The Basis of Sexual Orientation, April 23, 1975

Folder 96: New England Women’s Musical Retreat First: September 5, 6, 7,1981

Announcement/Registration Form

Program Book

Map of Retreat site, Mohawk Mountain Ski Area [Flyer]

Chapin, Gary photographs from the First retreat and a note sent to Christine Pattee October 14, 1981

Second: September 3 – 6, 1981

Announcement / Registration Form

Folder 97: N.E.W.M.R. (North East Women’s Music Retreat) Notebook Minutes, 1992 – 1998

NEWMR Policies for Festival 9 pages

NEWMR Feedback Survey of 1998

Festival November 1, 1998 [4 pages]

Bugets / Financial Reports, 1990, 1991, 1993, 1997, 1998

Contract Hartford County 4-H Camp, 1998

Craftswomen Information Sheet, 1993, 1997

Telephone Numbers

Housing Forms

Greta Holman, contracts and financial difficulties 1997, 1998

Job descriptions

NEWMR Bylaws January 6, 1998

Folder 98: N.E.W.R.R. (North East Women’s Musical Retreat) 1999 program book

Folder 99: Women’s Music for Everyone, Announcement/Registration [poster]

Folder 100: Senate Debate An Act Prohibiting Discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, April 16, 1975

Folder 101: Connecticut Sexual Orientation Bill Defeat, [articles] April – May, 1975

Folder 102: Pattee, Christine, Biographical sketch of

Folder 103: Pattee, Christine, Articles written by, 1972 – 1994

Folder 104: Pattee, Christine, Articles written for “Sister” a newsletter, 1973 -1978

Folder 105: Pattee, Christine,” Connecticut ’s Gay Rights Lobby [typescript] n.d.,1975?

Folder 106: Pattee, Christine, Correspondence, 1978, 1982-84, 1999 – 2002

Folder 107: Photographs, 17 by H. Katz; 4 by A. Hill, March, 1977; 14 photographer unknown; 1 by Virginia Blaisdell.

Folder 108: “Heroic Deeds and Moral Dilemmas. Reading about women before and after Xena” draft typescript October 25, 1999 by Christine Pattee

Folder 109: Maps of Connecticut Senatorial and Assembly Districts November 7, 1972, sections colored showing legislative districts that voted no.

Folder 110: Gay Civil Rights Legislation Gay Legislation in Connecticut , n.d. [brochure] issued by the Sexual Orientation Committee

Folder 112: Sexual Orientation Bill, 1973

Letter sent out February 23, 1973 by Christine Pattee to members of the legislature; Five letters from legislators acknowledging Pattee’s letter; Connecticut General Assembly of 1973 [brochure]; flyer from the American Psychiatric Association announcing that “homosexuality” will no longer be listed as a “mental disorder” December 15, 1973.

Folder 113: Sexual Orientation Bill, “An act prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, Bill 1607, January, 1975

Folder 114: Sexual Orientation Bill History by Claudia Zanger, May 15, 1975; Lobby Campaign for Connecticut ’s Sexual Orientation Bill by Rhea Hirshman;

Folder 115: Forty letters from members of the legislature to Christine Pattee, 1975; Copy of a handwritten letter to Senator Richard Bozzuto. Subject heading: Suggested testimony on Sexual Orientation Bill March 25, 1975

Folder 116: Sexual Orientation Bill, 1975, newspaper articles, 1975

Folder 117: Sexual Orientation Bill, 1975, Notes on legislators and how they voted.

Folder 118: Sexual Orientation Bill, 1975, Petitions and memberships lists

Folder 119: Sexual Orientation Bill, 1974, 1975

Twenty letters including copies sent to Senator Joseph I. Lieberman, William A O’Neill; Governor Ella Grasso. Letter to Archbishop Whelan from Clyde Proch, President Kalos Society / Gay Liberation Front. Four page reply by Rev. Thomas J Lynch, Chancellor on behalf of the Archbishop. Remarks of the Rev. Canon Clinton R. Jones before the Committee on Human Rights and Opportunities, April 3, 1975

Folder 120: Sexual Orientation, Resolutions by various groups supporting the end of discrimination based on sexual orientation, 1969 – 1976

Folder 121: Sexual Orientation Bill, Correspondence, 1975 [17 letters]

Folder 122: Sexual Orientation Bill, Correspondence, 1976 [29 letters]

Folder 123: Sexual Orientation Bill, Newspaper articles, 1976.

Folder 124: Sexual Orientation Bill, Relevant Documents, 1976

Folder 125: Sexual Orientation Bill, 1979 Documents, articles, correspondence

Folder 126: “Strange tragedy on Pasture Lane ” (Ella-Jean-Streeter) by Joe Lang Hartford Courant, April 25, 1982

Folder 127: “Teachers: A scenario straight talk about gay and straight” by Phil Sullivan, Advocate, October 4, 1978

Folder 128: War Widow [television program] February 10, 1977 [article]

Folder 129: Women and prisons, An outline of a research proposal. n.d. by Heidi Cochran, Judy Miller, and Leach Shultz

Folder 130: Women and the corporation. A research proposal, n.d. by Heidi Cochran, Judy Miller and Leah Shultz

Folder 131: Women March to Take Back the Night, New Haven , July 28, 1979 [program]

Folder 132: Write for your rights. A ‘how to help’ publication of the Connecticut Gay Task Force n.d. 1973? [brochure]

Folder 133: Hot Wire Journal. Questionaire, December, 1985

Folder 134: “Queen of Lesbian Pulp Fiction” [ Ann Bannon] interview in On Our Backs, August / September, 2002

Folder 135: “Child In’, Beineke Plaza , Yale University , New Haven , May 11, 19____? [flyer]

Folder 136: Members of the Human Rights and Opportunities Committee that regularly attend meetings. [lists] Handwritten note to Christine Pattee from Senator Betty Hudson, n.d.

Folder 137: Blatant Image [poster advertisement] 1981

Folder 138: Sanford, Mei Me, First N.E.W.M.R. (New England Women’s Musical Retreat) logo. Circular wood plaque 16 cm diameter, carved by Sanford for Christine Pattee, 1982.

Folder 139: Lewis, Kathy, Final N.E.W.M.R. (New England Women’s Musical Retreat) logo. Circular wood plaque, 15 cm., carved by Kathy Lewis, 1986. Metal plaque that reads: Chris Pattee N.E.W.M.R. Amazon, 1981 – 1982

Folder 140: “Once upon a time there was a woman….” Lesbian manifesto, n.d.

Folder 141: Christine Pattee Lesbian collection.

List of materials held in the Rare Book room, Burritt Library

Box 3: RECORDS: North Eastern Women’s Musical Retreat documents from Deedy Breed

Folder 1: NEWMR financial records, 1990 - 2001

Folder 2: NEWMR financial records, 1990 - 1991

Folder 3: NEWMR membership, 1990 - 1998

Folder 4: NEWMR New Hampshire land, 1998

Folder 5: Shipman & Goodwin, NEWMR RV land purchase, 1995

Folder 6: Breetz & Thorne, Estate of Elizabeth Gooch, 1989 – 1990

Folder 7: NEWMR computer, 1993

Folder 8: New Haven Savings Bank, Shoreline Bank & Trust, First Constitution Bank 1989, 1991, 1993

Folder 9: New Haven Savings & Bank statements, 1993, 1994, 1996

Folder 10: CD redemption, 1990

Folder 11: Webster Bank CD, 1999

Folder 12: New Haven Statements, 1996

Folder 13: CD Redemption New Haven Savings Bank

Folder 14: Webster Bank CD, 1996

Folder 15: Membership with letter, 1997

Folder 16: Treasurer reports, 1989 – 1992

Folder 17: NEWMR Festival Financial 1987, current receipts

Folder 18: NEWMR Festival receipts, 1998

Folder 19: Survey

Folder 20: NEWMR current financials, 1997 – 2000, board of directors minutes Feb. 10, 1998, Jun. 5, 1999, planner meeting Feb. 6, 1999, Oct. 4, 1998, Feb. 6, 2000, Oct. 19, 1995

Folder 21: Treasurer’s notes, 1988, 1991, 1992

Folder 22: Typeset originals, logos, membership brochure, membership cards

Folder 23: NEWMR 1998 master flyer

Folder 24: NEWMR certificate of incorporation 12/13/1988; bylaws 1989, bylaws May 1999; Amazon Times periodical (removed)

Folder 25: Racism, articles and flyers, 1988

Folder 26: NEWMR Board of Directors 1988 – 1995

Folder 27: NEWMR Bank statements, 2000

Folder 28: Dissolution of NEWMR Aug. 14, 2002

Folder 29: NEWMR final meeting, 2000, tax return, 1999

Folder 30: Insurance policy, NEWMR 1999 retreat

Folder 31: NEWMR dissolution papers, OLOC bylaws, 2000

Folder 32: Federal taxes, NEWMR, 1989

Folder 33: CT Department of Labor, employee status, NEWMR, 1990

Folder 34: NEWMR donation of treasury to Astraea, 9/18/00, board minutes 9/29/01

Folder 35: New Haven Women’s Liberation Reunion Oct. 6 – 8, 2000

Folder 36: NEWMR expenses, 1998 – 2000

Folder 37: CT state sales & use tax returns and permit, 1988 – 1990, 1993, 1997, 1999, 2000

Folder 38: CT Charitable Funds Act and forms, Department of Consumer Protection, 1998 – 1999

Folder 39: NEWMR vs. Greta N. Holman, 1997 – 1999

Folder 40: CT State Tax Exemption, Nov., 1989

Folder 41: Novaro, Cappella & Johnstone, accountant reports for NEWMR, 1989 – 1993

Folder 42: North East Women’s Musical Retreat programs, 1982 – 1984, 1987, 1988, 1991, 1993, 1997, 1998

Folder 43: Community Land Trust Handbook (copy) 1982

Folder 44: Minutes of Cluster vs NEWMR, 1984

Folder 45: NEWMR reunion, Jun. 14 – 16, 2001

Folder 46: NEWMR, 1983, plans, maps

Folder 47: NEWMR Board of Directors minutes, 1988 – 1996

Folder 48: NEWMR Corporate Minute book

Folder 49: NEWMR Festival financials, 1999

Folder 50: Contract between NEWMR and Circle of Voices for booth space and advertising at Circle of Voices Memorial Day Festival, 1992

Folder 51: Autobiographical article about lesbian books and XENA Fan Fiction by Christine Pattee, 2000

Box 4: PHOTOGRAPHS/SLIDES

Folder 1: NEWMR 2 at Lake of Isles. Boy Scout Camp, now part of Foxwoods. Photographs probably taken by Loretta Wrobel C. Pattee 5/12/09

Folder 2: NEWMR slides taken by Kate Sherwood, 1981 – 1985 74 color slides

Folder 3: NEWMR prints taken mostly by Cary Chapin—333 black & white prints, 347 color prints & negatives, 1987

Folder 4: NEWMR slides taken by Kate Sherwood, 1981 – 1985 136 color slides

Folder 5: 3 sheets holding 30 black & white photographs

Folder 6: 25 sheets holding 250 color photographs

Folder 7: 9 sheets holding 145 color slides, 1990 –

Folder 8: 2 large color photographs, NEWMR, 1983

Folder 9: 2 large photographs, Ten Mile River, 1985

Box 5: PHOTOGRAPHS/SLIDES

Folder 1: 16 color slides; 7 undated, 7 dated 1977, 1 dated 1978, 1 dated 1983

Folder 2: 18 color slides; undated

Folder 3: 13 color slides; 1 undated, 4 dated 1978, 1 dated 1982, 6 dated 1987, 1 dated 1988

Folder 4: 18 color slides; 2 undated, 16 dated 1975

Folder 5: 23 color slides; 12 undated, 9 dated 1974, 2 dated 1975

Folder 6: 35 color slides; dated 1987

Folder 7: 25 color slides; dated 1987

Folder 8: 18 color slides; dated 1987

NEWMR
plastic box number of color slides (no date)

1. 29
2. 27
3. 25
4. 18
5. 19

* Clarice, NEWMR II: 11 color slides; 9 dated 1982, 2 dated 1983
* Susan McShane’s accessibility: 18 slides, undated
* NEWMR, pre-Friday orientation/registration/rain: white plastic box 1; 48 color slides, undated
* NEWMR workshops, Helen Space, crafts, health building, political tent, women of color tent,

central information and orientation, white plastic box 2; 46 color slides, undated

* NEWMR Lake of Isles: Box 1: 33 color slides, 1988
* NEWMR Lake of Isles: Box 2: 32 color slides, 1988
* NEWMR Lake of Isles: Box 3: 36 color slides, 1988
* NEWMR Lake of Isles: Box 4: 21 color slides, 1988

* Lynch/Vanderhoff, plastic box 1: 27 color slides, dated 1983
* Lynch/Vanderhoff, plastic box 2: 30 color slides, dated 1983
* Lynch/ Vanderhoff, plastic box 3: 31 color slides, dated 1983
* Lynch/ Vanderhoff, plastic box 4: 36 color slides

* August 1987, Rhode Island camp, plastic box, 25 color slides dated 1983, 3 undated, 2 dated 1982, 20 dated 1987

Box 6: Sculpture

* Hand carved sculpture of Loretta Wrobel by Christina Pattee, dated 1985

Miscellaneous

* 2 buttons (see photocopy)
* 3 name tags; 1 belonging to Deedy Breed, 1 belonging to Christine Pattee, and 1 belonging to Terry Guzauckas
* Package of approximately 100 NEWMR membership cards
* Stamp, For Deposit Only N.E.M.A.R.
* Check book, Fleet Bank, 1998 – 1999
* Checkbook, Cape Cod 5, 2000 – 2002
* Cancelled bankbook, Cape Cod 5, 1998 – 1999
* T-Shirt, pink, NEWMR Retreat Aug. 31 – Sept. 3, 1990—moved to Pattee T-Shirt Collection
* T-Shirt, gray, NEWMR Retreat Sept. 2 – 5, 1988—moved to Pattee T-Shirt Collection
* Copy of Christine Pattee’s Heroic Deeds and Moral Dilemmas: Reading About Women Before and After Xena, Whoosh, January, 2000, 26 pages
* Photos and memories of a young dyke: two photo albums/memoirs
* Roosevelt School, Ossining, New York, 1953 – 1955
* Camp Wiquanuppek, Bear Mountain, New York, 1957

 

 

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