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David Smith, London, UK

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Lesbian Herstory Archives
Based in a terrace house in Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY, the Archives are the largest collection of lesbian writing in the world. My partner and I were fortunate to be able to spend an hour in the Archives on Thursday. A must see for anyone in LGBT literature, the Archives hold rare manuscripts, including the page proofs for Audre Lorde’s ‘ZAMI’. My partner William, an LGBT scholar, depicted here opening the Audre Lorde box for the first time. Lesbian Herstory Archives
Based in a terrace house in Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY, the Archives are the largest collection of lesbian writing in the world. My partner and I were fortunate to be able to spend an hour in the Archives on Thursday. A must see for anyone in LGBT literature, the Archives hold rare manuscripts, including the page proofs for Audre Lorde’s ‘ZAMI’. My partner William, an LGBT scholar, depicted here opening the Audre Lorde box for the first time. Lesbian Herstory Archives
Based in a terrace house in Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY, the Archives are the largest collection of lesbian writing in the world. My partner and I were fortunate to be able to spend an hour in the Archives on Thursday. A must see for anyone in LGBT literature, the Archives hold rare manuscripts, including the page proofs for Audre Lorde’s ‘ZAMI’. My partner William, an LGBT scholar, depicted here opening the Audre Lorde box for the first time. Lesbian Herstory Archives
Based in a terrace house in Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY, the Archives are the largest collection of lesbian writing in the world. My partner and I were fortunate to be able to spend an hour in the Archives on Thursday. A must see for anyone in LGBT literature, the Archives hold rare manuscripts, including the page proofs for Audre Lorde’s ‘ZAMI’. My partner William, an LGBT scholar, depicted here opening the Audre Lorde box for the first time. Lesbian Herstory Archives
Based in a terrace house in Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY, the Archives are the largest collection of lesbian writing in the world. My partner and I were fortunate to be able to spend an hour in the Archives on Thursday. A must see for anyone in LGBT literature, the Archives hold rare manuscripts, including the page proofs for Audre Lorde’s ‘ZAMI’. My partner William, an LGBT scholar, depicted here opening the Audre Lorde box for the first time. Lesbian Herstory Archives
Based in a terrace house in Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY, the Archives are the largest collection of lesbian writing in the world. My partner and I were fortunate to be able to spend an hour in the Archives on Thursday. A must see for anyone in LGBT literature, the Archives hold rare manuscripts, including the page proofs for Audre Lorde’s ‘ZAMI’. My partner William, an LGBT scholar, depicted here opening the Audre Lorde box for the first time.

    Lesbian Herstory Archives

    Based in a terrace house in Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY, the Archives are the largest collection of lesbian writing in the world. My partner and I were fortunate to be able to spend an hour in the Archives on Thursday. A must see for anyone in LGBT literature, the Archives hold rare manuscripts, including the page proofs for Audre Lorde’s ‘ZAMI’. My partner William, an LGBT scholar, depicted here opening the Audre Lorde box for the first time.