A few nice Shannon Lee images I found:
Richard Cornish Endowment Fund exhibit case
Image by Special Collections Research Center, Swem Library
The Richard Cornish Endowment Fund was created by William and Mary Gay and Lesbian Alumni/ae (GALA), in consultation with the Earl Gregg Swem Library in 1993. The initial campaign, to raise the minimum ,000 required for a named endowment, was made in honor of Michael Lee Goodrich ‘80. Subsequent campaigns and individual donations have raised the principal on the endowment to over 0,000. The Cornish Fund is currently one of Swem Library’s largest endowment funds. Each year, the proceeds from this fund purchase a wealth of materials in a variety of academic disciplines including history, theatre, film, religion, education, African American studies, American studies, and others that Swem Library could not otherwise acquire.
Items in this case include:
Ames, Jonathan. Sexual Metamorphosis: An Anthology of Transsexual Memoirs. New York: Vintage, 2005. HQ77.7 .S49 2005.
Bejel, Emilio. Gay Cuban Nation. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, c2001. HQ76.3 .C9 .B45 2001.
Bookmark, circa 2004. William and Mary Gay and Lesbian Alumni/ae (GALA), Inc. Records.
Borris, Kenneth. Same-Sex Desire in the English Renaissance: A Sourcebook of Texts, 1470-1650. New York: Routledge, 2004. PR428 .H66 .S36 2004.
Brandt, Eric. Dangerous Liaisons: Blacks & Gays and the Struggle for Equality. New York: New Press, 1999. HQ76.4 .U6 .D35 1999.
Bronski, Michael. Pulp Friction: Uncovering the Golden Age of Gay Male Pulps. New York: St. Martin’s Griffin, 2003. PS648 .H57 .P65 2003.
Brochures, circa 2004. William and Mary Gay and Lesbian Alumni/ae (GALA), Inc. Records.
Buttons, circa 2000. William and Mary Gay and Lesbian Alumni/ae (GALA), Inc. Records.
Certificate, circa 1993. Loan of Steven H. Murden ’74.
Cimino, Kenneth W. Gay Conservatives: Group Consciousness and Assimilation. New York: Harrington Park Press, c2007. HQ76.85 .C56 2007.
Clum, John M. Still Acting Gay: Male Homosexuality in Modern Drama. New York: St. Martin’s Griffin, 2000. PS338 .H66 .C58 2000.
Cobb, Michael L. God Hates Fags: The Rhetorics of Religious Violence. New York: New York University Press, 2006. BR115 .H6 .C63 2006.
Cornish Courier, Fall 2004. William and Mary Gay and Lesbian Alumni/ae (GALA), Inc. Records.
Currah, Paisley, Richard M. Juang, and Shannon Price Minter. Transgender Rights. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, c2006. HQ77.9 .T716 2006.
Dawesar, Abha. Babyji: A Novel. New York: Anchor Books, c2005. PS3554 .A9423 .B33 2005.
Dorenkamp, Monica and Richard Henke. Negotiating Lesbian & Gay Subjects. New York: Routledge, 1995. HQ76.25 .N44 1995.
Emmers-Sommer, Tara M. and Mike Allen. Safer Sex in Personal Relationships: The Role of Sexual Scripts in HIV Infection and Prevention. Mahwah, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2005. HQ21 .E64 2005.
Epstein, Debbie, Sarah O’Flynn, and David Telford. Silenced Sexualities in Schools and Universities. Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, UK; Sterling, VA: Trentham Books, 2003. HQ57.6 .G7 .E68 2003.
Ferrebe, Alice. Masculinity in Male-Authored Fiction 1950-2000: Keeping it Up. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, England; New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005. PR888 .M45 .F47 2005.
Frontain, Raymond-Jean. Reclaiming the Sacred: The Bible in Gay and Lesbian Culture. New York: Harrington Park Press, c2003. PR120 .G39 .R43 2003.
Garza Carvajal, Federico. Butterflies will Burn: Prosecuting Sodomites in Early Modern Spain and Mexico. Austin: University of Texas Press, c2003. HQ1090.7 .S7 .G37 2003.
Gilreath, Shannon. Sexual Politics: The Gay Person in America Today. Akron, Ohio: University of Akron Press, c2006. HQ76.3 .U5 .G55 2006.
Goodman, Eric K. Child of My Right Hand: A Novel. Naperville, Ill.: Sourcebooks Landmark, c2004. PS3557 .O583 .C47 2004.
Greif, Martin. The Gay Book of Days: An Evocatively Illustrated Who’s Who of Who Is, Was, May Have Been, Probably Was, and Almost Certainly Seems to Have Been Gay during the Past 5,000 Years. Secaucus, N.J.: L. Stuart, c1982. HQ75.2 .G73 1982. Gift of Jon Fox ’72.
Griffiths, Robin. British Queer Cinema. London; New York: Routledge, 2006. PN1995.9 .H55 .B75 2006.
Howard, Kim and Annie Stevens. Out & About Campus: Personal Accounts by Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgendered College Students. Los Angeles: Alyson Books, 2000. LC2574.6 .O87 2000.
Hubbard, Thomas K. Homosexuality in Greece and Rome: A Sourcebook of Basic Documents. Berkeley: University of California Press, c2003. HQ76.3 .G8 .H66 2003.
Jackson, Edward and Stan Persky. Flaunting it!: A Decade of Gay Journalism from the Body Politic: An Anthology. Vancouver: New Star Books; Toronto: Pink Triangle Press, 1982. HQ76.8 .C3 .F55 1982.
Jennings, Kevin and Patricia Gottlieb Shapiro. Always My Child: A Parent’s Guide to Understanding Your Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgendered, or Questioning Son or Daughter. New York: Simon & Schuster, c2003. HQ76.25 .J37 2003.
Kirkland, Richard. Cathal O’Byrne and the Northern Revival in Ireland, 1890-1960. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2006. PR6029 .B9 .Z75 2006.
McDougall, Bryce. My Child is Gay: How Parents React When They Hear the News. St. Leonards, N.S.W.: Allen & Unwin, 1998. HQ75.8 .G75 .M34 1998.
Moats, David. Civil Wars: A Battle for Gay Marriage. Orlando, Fla.: Harcourt, c2004. HQ1034 .U5 .M62 2001.
Morland, Iain and Annabelle Willox. Queer Theory. Houndmills [England]; New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005. HQ76.25 .Q3843 2004.
Olson, Jenni. The Queer Movie Poster Book. San Francisco: Chronicle Books, c2004. PN1995.9 .P5 .O47 2004.
Orndorff, Kata. Bi Lives: Bisexual Women tell Their Stories. Tucson, Ariz.: See Sharp Press, 1999. HQ74 .B52 1999.
Rodi, Robert. Bitch Goddess: A Novel. New York: Plume, c2002. PS3568 .O34854 .B58 2002.
Silverstein, Charles, Felice Picano. The Joy of Gay Sex. New York: HarperResource, 2004. HQ76 .S533 2004.
Stockton, Kathryn Bond. Beautiful Bottom, Beautiful Shame: Where "Black" meets "Queer." Durham: Duke University Press, 2006. PS374 .H63 .S76 2006.
Vargo, Marc. Scandal: Infamous Gay Controversies of the Twentieth Century. New York: Harrington Park Press, c2003. HQ76 .V37 2003.
Wardle, Lynn D., Mark Strasser, William C. Duncan, and David Orgon Coolidge. Marriage and Same-Sex Unions: A Debate. Westport, Conn.: Praeger, 2003. HQ1034 .U5 .M37 2003.
Andrew Hayter, Arlington, Texas Historical Marker
Image by fables98
Reverend Andrew Shannon Hayter (1818-1900) was one of the earliest settlers in this area, and is considered by many to be the "Father of Arlington." A native of Tennessee, Hayter left Alabama with his family in late 1850 and arrived in Texas shortly after, settling first in Nacogdoches. Over the next forty-nine years Hayter would establish or serve sixteen Cumberland Presbyterian churches. As with many pioneer preachers, Hayter worked in another procession, as a surveyor, to augment his income. The Hayters moved to Tarrant County in 1869, where Andrew quickly made a name for himself as a preacher, civic leader and surveyor. During the early 1870s a tiny settlement developed on the edge of Hayter’s property, and he petitioned for a post office in 1875. The post office was called Haytersville. Hayter had already founded two churches, a school, and a Masonic Lodge in the area when he was asked in 1876 to locate the railroad through eastern Tarrant County and lay out a tiny, half-mile-square settlement between Dallas and Fort Worth. The railroad designers needed in-depth knowledge of the area and its terrain, as well as a plentiful source of timber to construct the road bed. Andrew Hayter could supply the necessary surveying knowledge, and also owned property filled with large timbers that could be furnished to the railroad. When the railroad offered to name their new town Hayter, the reverend declined the offer and instead gave the town the name Arlington, after Robert E. Lee’s Virginia estate. The birth of Arlington caused the demise of tiny Hayterville. The post office was soon moved to the new town and Hayterville was abandoned. (2009)