Kim Kralj is a lesbian activist, community activist and art dealer based primarily in Los Angeles, California. The collection
consists primarily of agendas, minutes and general notes of action regarding West Hollywood's recognition and promotion of
its gay and lesbian citizens, including information from the Gay and Lesbian Task Force, as well as the Gay and Lesbian Advisory
Kim Kralj was an art dealer, human services commissioner, and community activist. She served on the West Hollywood gay advisory
board and as the Mazer Archives board president.
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