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White t-shirt.
"15th Anniversary. Castro Street Fair. A Tribute to Sylvester. 10-2-88"
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Red t-shirt.
"Friend. San Francisco Gay Freedom Day Marching Band and Twirling Corps"
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Blue t-shirt.
"Gotham. Giftcenter Pavilion. October 28, 1989"

Gotham was a cabaret trio formed in 1973 by Gary Herb, Michael Pace and Jonathan Morrow. David McDaniel replaced Morrow in 1975.
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White t-shirt.
"Elvis Herselvis. RAM"

Elvis Herselvis is the stage name of the American actor and singer Leigh Crow, whose rise to international exposure was performing as a female Elvis Presley impersonator.
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White t-shirt.
"Stafford. RAM" 

Unknown origin. If you have any information regarding this t-shirt, please contact Wearing Gay History.

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White t-shirt.
"Turning It Over. Meg Christian National Tour-1981”
Drawing of guitar and rainbow.
Printed in black, blue, red, yellow and orange on white. (short-sleeved),

Geo location set at 12/1/1981 concert date in Eureka, CA.
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Black t-shirt.
"Sylvester. Stars. On Fantasy Records."
Printed in silver and white on black. (short-sleeved)
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Black t-shirt.
Front: "You make me feel mighty real"
Pink text on black.
Back: "Sylvester. Fantasy Records"
Pink text on black. (short-sleeved)
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Teal t-shirt.
12th Annual West Coast Women's Music & Comedy Festival '91."
White print and yellow and white graphic of a music stand, treble clef, notes, and stars on blue background. (sleeveless)
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White t-shirt.
"San Francisco Arts For Life. October 13, 1985."
Red and blue print, with silk-screen of a David Hockney graphic of a theater's interior in red and blue on white. (short-sleeved)

A benefit for the San Francisco AIDS Foundation, the Shanti Project and the AIDS Program of Hospice of San Francisco
War Memorial Opera House, San Francisco
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White t-shirt.
Front: "Robert Avalon. Violin & piano sonata. Flue & piano sonata. Sextet with soprano."

Signed "To Jason. -Robert Avalon"
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White t-shirt.
"Verdi's Requiem. Benefiting the Moores School of Music. A Very Verdi Evening! September 27, 1997."

120 School of Music Bldg, Houston, TX 77204
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White t-shirt.
"Queer Music Heritage. Hosted by JD Doyle on KPFT 90.1 Houston. www.QueerMusicHeritage.com"
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White t-shirt.
"Montrose Symphonic Band and Chorale"
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Blue t-shirt.
Front: "#LiveLaughLove November 2013"
Back: "CurtisBraly.com Available on iTunes"

Curtis Braly is an openly gay country singer
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Black t-shirt.
Front: "Tracy Young Remixes Living Theater"
Back: "Kunduru Music. If the world is a stage then we are all living theater"
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White t-shirt.
T-shirt signed by artist and dated "'04"
"Oscar de la Rosa"

Four-time Grammy Award-winning artist
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White t-shirt.

Ignition World Tour with DJ Bill Bennett '04-05
Back includes list of sponsors

In 1999, Bennett was hired as the Saturday night resident at the largest gay club to open in Detroit, Cobalt.
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Red polo.
Front: "Keys West"
Sleeve: "Staff"
Collar signed by "Joe."

Gay piano bar.
817 W Dallas St
Houston, TX 77019
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Purple t-shirt.
"Keys West, Houston"
Gay piano bar.

817 W Dallas St
Houston, TX 77019
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Gray t-shirt.

"Bowie Serious Moonlight Tour '83"

The David Bowie Serious Moonlight Tour was thus far Bowie's longest, largest and most successful concert tour.
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White t-shirt.
Image of a man holding a guitar.
"Paxton. Paxtonband.org"

the most nominated band for the 1999 GLAMA Awards with nominations for "Best Band", Best New Artist" and "Song Of The Year" among such other artists as Ani DiFranco, Rufus Wainwright, and The B52s.
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White t-shirt.
"Last Night the Gossip Saved My Life"

Hand written notes: "I aint no hollaback girl. Love Grace Paine." "Let's be a part of GLBT history!" "GCAM! We are so queer. Love + Revolution. Love, Beth"
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White t-shirt.
Image of a hand holding flowers.
Front: "Pansy Division" Hand signed: "Hi Jim. Jon Ginoli"
Back: "Lookout Records"

Pansy Division is an American punk rock band that formed in San Francisco, California in 1991. Featuring primarily gay musicians and focusing mostly on gay-related themes, Pansy Division is one of the more melodic bands to emerge from the "queercore" movement that began in the 1980s.
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Gray t-shirt.
"Flashdance. EPAH. Production Staff"

The Executive and Professional Association of Houston (EPAH) is a professional/social organization for Gay, Lesbian, Transgender, and Bisexual individuals in Houston, Texas.
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Gray t-shirt with orange sleeves.
Front: "Team Curis"
Back: "CurtisBraly.com"

Curtis Braly is an openly gay country singer
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White t-shirt.
"Team Band, Gay Games 2006"
Image of a trumpet with a rainbow.
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Pink t-shirt.
"Sisterfire. A 2-day open-air festival of Women's Culture. Roadwork '84"

open-air festival celebrating women artists held in Takoma Park, MD
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White t-shirt.
Autographed.
Front: “Melissa Etheridge"
Back: "“Melissa Etheridge ‘Your Little Secret’ World Tour” with image of a keyhole.
"London, Deinze, Rotterdam, Hannover, Koln, Offenbach, Stuttgart, Munich, Zurich, Stockholm, Hamburg, Berlin, Vienna, Helsinki, Copenhagen, Oslo, Paris, Dublin"
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Maroon jacket.
Front: “Oscar”
Back: Spruce Street Singers

Belonged to Oscar Garcia, GCCP board member

The Spruce Street Singers was a gay men's chorus in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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