Hay, Harry. Papers
Span Dates: 1885-2004
Bulk Dates: 1920-2002
Volume: 80 cubic feet
The collection documents the personal and professional interests of Harry Hay and his partner John Burnside. Of particular note are the materials on the Mattachine Society, the Radical Faeries, anti-draft activities, berdache and Native American culture, music, and California Kaleidoscopes. In addition, the series of writings and speeches includes work by Hay, Burnside and Will Roscoe, among others.
Harry Hay founded the Radical Faeries, a nation-wide movement devoted to spiritual truth and "gay-centered" ecology. He also donated the records of Nomenus, a Radical Faeries Land Trust.
A finding aid is available through the Online Archives of California.
The Harry Hays Papers are available in the San Francisco Public Library History Center.
Gay Spirituality | Neo-Pagan | Radical Faeries | Hay, Harry | Mattachine Society | Nomenus | Gay Liberation Movement | California | Los Angeles | San Francisco