Correspondence, meeting minutes, memoranda, organizational lists, publicity releases, flyers, bylaws, event schedules, financial
records, project proposals, real estate contract, and other material documenting the founding and subsequent activities of
the Lesbian and Gay Community Services Center (LGCSC) in New York City, 1983-1994. Founded in 1983, the LGCSC began as a
coalition of lesbian and gay charitable organizations who negotiated the purchase of a municipal building to serve as a centralized
site for the provision of health care, counseling, cultural, and social services to New York's lesbian and gay community.
Founded in 1983, the Lesbian and Gay Community Services Center (New York) began as the AIDS crisis impelled a coalition of
gay and lesbian charitable organizations to negotiate the purchase of a municipal building (a former trade high school located
in Greenwich Village) to serve as a centralized site for the provision of health care, counseling, cultural, and social services
to New York's gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community. Steve Ault is among the Center's founding members.
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