ONE Archives at the USC Libraries is the largest repository of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ) materials in the world. Founded in 1952, ONE Archives currently houses over two million archival items including periodicals, books, film, video and audio recordings, photographs, artworks, organizational records, and personal papers. ONE Archives has been a part of the University of Southern California Libraries since 2010. ONE Archives has shared materials from the following collections with Project Stand:
Los Angeles City College Gay and Lesbian Student Union Records- Meeting minutes, correspondence, administrative records, event flyers, scholarship fund records, clippings, photographs, and publicity material, bulk 1979-1980, documenting the activities of the Gay and Lesbian Student Union of Los Angeles City College (LACC). The organization was established in 1979 and “dedicated to the direction and promotion of scholastic, social, cultural, and political activities beneficial to the gay student union and the gay community.”
UCLA Gay Awareness Week Records- Proposal, budget, planning, promotion, and evaluation records of the University of California, Los Angeles, (UCLA) Gay Students Union for the first three UCLA Gay Awareness Week events, 1974-1976. The Gay Students Union organized five days of speeches and panels for Gay Awareness Week to focus on “the problems of gay people in today’s society.”
Paul C. Ballard Papers- Minutes, correspondence, bylaws, proposals, reports, financial records, publicity material, clippings, photographs, microcassettes, and other material documenting the activities and history of the gay and lesbian student organization at the University of Southern California, 1971-1993, from former president and alumni advisor Paul C. Ballard.
Gay and Lesbian Alliance at Stanford University Records- Correspondence, clippings, a constitution, resolutions, event publicity material, and project proposals, 1973-1984, from the Gay and Lesbian Alliance (GLA) at Stanford University. Founded in 1972 as the Gay People’s Union, the GLA formed to advocate and provide support for gay and lesbian students, faculty, and staff at the Stanford campus.