Collection includes correspondence and clippings regarding proposed renovations to Stanford's inner quad, 1983; information
on chapters of the Student Homophile League, 1967; copy of his paper "Ambiguity, Ideality, and Otherness: Homosexuality and
Ideological Strategies in the Art of Charles Demuth," 1982; materials pertaining to performance art by "Ruby Slippers" (Koskovich)
for an art class, 1981; and text for an illustrated talk given in 1996 "Private Lives, Public Struggles: The History of Homosexual
Students at Stanford University 1891-1975."
Gerard Koskovich (formerly Ray G.) was a graduate student in art history at Stanford in the 1980s.
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