This collection is a single folder of Bill Camilo�s papers. Most of the material is focused on Camilo�s involvement with two
youth groups in New Jersey, the Rutgers Gay Alliance and the New Jersey Gay Coalition. There are also papers related to Camilo�s
arrest for loitering in 1980. Other material in the collection consists of correspondence, a photo (possibly of Camilo), and
papers from the March on Washington including an account of a staff member being kidnapped. While there are a few items associating
Camilo with San Francisco and Pleasuredome, most of the material in this collection seems to be from his time in the New Brunswick
Bill Camilo, (full name: Guillermo A. Camilo) was active in gay youth organizations (Rutgers Gay Alliance and New Jersey Gay
Coalition) in the late 1970s to the early 1980s. He was vice-president of the Rutgers Gay Alliance at the time of his arrest
for loitering on May 1, 1980. It cannot be determined when Camilo moved to San Francisco. In 1986, a postcard from the photographer
Rink was addressed to Camilo at a San Francisco residence.
Copyright to unpublished manuscript materials has been transferred to the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Historical Society.