Span Dates: 1997
Volume: Oral history interview #97-034
This interview covers many topics, including law enforcement, public relations, and transsexuality. In particular, it discussed the events at the New Year's Ball at California Hall in 1964. This ball led to the formation of the homophile movement in San Francisco and the subsequent founding of the Council on Religion and the Homosexual (CRH). The interview was conducted by Susan Styker.
Biographical information is not available at this time.
A brief list of the subjects included in this oral history interview can be seen by using the search box at the following web address.
This oral history interview is located at the GLBT Historical Society of Northern California in San Francisco.
Council on Religion and the Homosexual,
San Francisco [CA],
Church work with gays -- United States,
Clergy -- Political Activity,
Council on Religion and the Homosexual -- History,
Gay liberation movement -- Religious aspects,
Gays -- United States -- History -- 20th Century -- Sources,
Homosexuality -- History -- 20th century,
Homosexuality -- Religious aspects -- Christianity,
Glide Memorial United Methodist Church,
Cromey, Robert Warren,