Span Dates: 1956-1989
Volume: approx. 1 linear ft.
The materials were collected by Jim Kepner, a trustee for the Community of the Love of Christ, who received copies of Itkin's correspondence. correspondence with other gay religious leaders, Itkin's writings, newsletters and flyers about the Community of the Love of Christ and the Evangelical Catholic Communion (the name of Itkin's religious group also went by other names at various times). All of this is processed and accesible.
Mikhail (michael) Itkin's was born Feb. 7, 1936 and died Aug. 1, 1989. For more biographical information, see his entry in the Profile Gallery at the following web address.
There is not a finding aid at this time. These papers are available as a subject file under the name of Mikhail Itkin. For more information, contact the ONE institute archives staff.
The ONE Institute is affiliated with but not governed nor funded by the University of Southern California. Information about the ONE Institute can be found on their website at the following web address.
Church work with gays -- United States,
Clergy -- Political Activity,
Gay Clergy -- United States,
Gay liberation movement -- Religious aspects,
Gays -- Religious Life,
Homosexuality -- Religious aspects -- Christianity,
Itkin, Michael ,
Eucharistic Catholic Church,