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Howard A. Fox Papers, 1973 Coll2011.048
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  • Preferred Citation
  • Processing Information
  • Publication Rights
  • Access
  • Scope and Content
  • Biographical Note

  • Title: Howard A. Fox Papers
    Identifier/Call Number: Coll2011.048
    Contributing Institution: ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives
    Language of Material: English
    Physical Description: 0.1 linear foot. [1 folder]
    Date: 1973
    Abstract: Correspondence, clippings, press releases, public service announcement texts, and other material documenting gay activist Howard Fox's work in 1973 to hold Los Angeles-area network television affiliates accountable for programming demeaning to gays and lesbians.
    creator: Fox, Howard A.

    Preferred Citation

    Box #, folder #, Howard A. Fox Papers, Coll2011-048, ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives, Los Angeles, California

    Processing Information

    In order to provide access to this collection, minimal processing on this collection was expedited in 2011. Date spans were given wherever possible, but do not reflect the most accurate inclusive dates.

    Publication Rights

    Contact ONE archivist regarding publication and use restrictions.

    Access

    Contact ONE archivist regarding access restrictions.

    Scope and Content

    Correspondence, clippings, press releases, public service announcement texts, and other material documenting gay activist Howard Fox's work in 1973 to hold Los Angeles-area network television affiliates accountable for programming demeaning to gays and lesbians. The papers also documents Fox's efforts to persuade television stations to broadcast public service announcements for services offered by the Gay Community Services Center in Los Angeles.

    Biographical Note

    Howard A. Fox was a gay activist associated with the Gay Liberation Front in the early 1970s. He was a founder of the Stonewall Democratic Club later that decade.

    Subjects and Indexing Terms

    Gay Liberation Front
    Gay men on television
    Homosexuality on television
    Lesbianism on television
    Mass media and gays--United States
    Minorities in mass media