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White t-shirt.
Image of a woman with a pink triangle in her mouth and a pink star over her right eye.
New York, NY, USA
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Beige t-shirt.
Image of a man fisting another man.
New York, NY, USA
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Front; City Skyline Superimposed dove a Pink Triangle and A Rainbow all on a Bulls-Eye.: Reverse; A Stylized Olympic Flame Front; Unity '94 Gay Games IV & Cultural Festival Pride & Unity New York City 1994 June 18th - 25th, 1994: Reverse; New York City Unity 94 Gay Games IV June 18-25 1994
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White t-shirt.
"Team New York - Figure Skating"
Statue of Liberty figure skating, wearing red HIV/AIDS ribbon.
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White t-shirt.
"The Hetrick-Martin Institute : Youth United"
Provides services which includes counseling and legal assistance to LGBT youth in New York City.
6 figures reaching up to form a circle

2 Astor Pl, New York, NY 10003
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Black t-shirt.
Front:"Not Your Daddy's Law Firm"
Back: "Kurland & Associates, P.C."
160 Broadway, New York, NY 10038

The Kurland Group is a full service boutique civil rights law firm with a legal team serving the New York area.They handle a wide range of issues including LGBTQ matters, women’s rights, equal pay and Title VII discrimination, housing, healthcare, immigration, family and employment law. They provide these legal services for individuals, businesses, and not-for-profit entities.
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Blue t-shirt.
Front: "Staff. National March on Washington for Lesbian & Gay Rights. October 11, 1987. For Love and For Life, We're Not Going Back!"
Back: "Washington, New York, Denver, Tampa. Tracks"
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Black t-shirt.
"Leather Pride Night New York City"
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Pink t-shirt.
Front: "Staff. National March on Washington for Lesbian & Gay Rights. October 11, 1987. For Love and For Life, We're Not Going Back!"
Back: "Washington, New York, Denver, Tampa. Tracks"
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White t-shirt.
"Gay Games IV. June 18-25, 1994. New York City."
Image of a red ribbon.
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Gray t-shirt.
Front: "Take Pride Take Joy Take Action. New York City Gay & Lesbian Pride 2000"
Back: "Heritage of Pride, Inc. New York City"
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White t-shirt.
"STONEWALL 25 INTERNATIONAL MARCH JUNE 26, 1994 * NYC"
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Black t-shirt.
"STONEWALL 25 INTERNATIONAL MARCH * NYC JUNE 26, 1994"
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Red t-shirt.
"SEE WITH THREE EYES EYES…………I N.Y. FEMINIST ART INSTITUTE"
325 Spring Street, New York
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Black t-shirt.
Front: "EPR 5. EPR 6. Keith Haring New York City 1986. Annie Lebowitz 1992 Portfolio Editions."
Back: "PHOTOGRAPHS 1970-1990 ANNIE LEIBOWITZ
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White sweatshirt.
"PEOPLE WITH AIDS COALITION OF MAINE"

The People With AIDS Coalition (PWA Coalition / PWAC), a non-profit organization incorporated in New York State, was founded in New York City in 1985 by a group of some nine persons all of whom had contracted AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome).
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White t-shirt.
Front: "Fighting for Our Lives"
Back: "PWA People With AIDS Coalition"

The People With AIDS Coalition (PWA Coalition / PWAC), a non-profit organization incorporated in New York State, was founded in New York City in 1985 by a group of some nine persons all of whom had contracted AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome).
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Pink t-shirt.
"Out Loud. International Gay & Lesbian Human Rights Commission. The Knitting Factory. New York June 25- July 1, 1994"
Benefit concert.
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White t-shirt.
"Harlem. Brooklyn. Soho. New York City.West Village. Tribeca, East Village."
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White t-shirt.
"Morrison & Foerster. Brussels, Denver, Hong Kong, London, Los Angeles, New York, Orange County, Palo Alto, Sacramento, San Francisco, Tokyo, Walnut Creek, Washington, D.C. MoFo Knows Pro Bono"
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White t-shirt.
Front: "Becoming Visible" with exclamation point made of pink triangle and dot printed in pink and purple on white. (short-sleeved)

Visited by over 100,000 people, Becoming Visible: The Legacy of Stonewall, The New York Public Library's groundbreaking 1994 exhibit, was the largest and most extensive display of lesbian and gay history ever mounted in a museum or gallery space.
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White t-shirt.
"Turn Out"
Back: Gill Foundation

A duplicate copy of this t-shirt can be found at the New York Public Library- Manuscripts and Archives Division, Stephen A. Schwarzman Building. 
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Pink t-shirt.
Front: "Marshal. Pride = Power. The March. June 28, 1992. New York City"
Back: "Tunnel Bar. Candle Bar"
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White t-shirt.
Front: "Gay Games IV"
Back: "Unity '94 New York City June 18-25, 1994"
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White t-shirt.
"Get Ducked! Pride 2005."
Sponsors include Southern Voice, New York Blade, Washington Blade, 411 Magazine, David, Houston Voice, Express South Florida
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Black t-shirt.
"Stonewall 25. 53 Christopher Street New York City"
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Black t-shirt.
Front: Rainbow eagle. "Made with Pride in The U.S. of Gay 2012"
Back: "2012 World Tour. Boston June 1-10. Los Angeles June 8-10. New York June 16-24. Chicago June 22-24. San Francisco June 23-24. London June 23- July 8. Paris June 28 - June 1. Provincetown EVERYDAY. Las Vegas Sept. 4-10. Savannah Sept. 8. Miami Nov 21-26"
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White t-shirt.
Front: Rainbow triangle. "2SXE2BSTR8" Too Sexy To Be Straight
Back: "I Love Being Exactly Who I Am. Pride Day 1995. New York"
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Red t-shirt.
Music note- "NYC GMC"
New York City Gay Men's Chorus
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White t-shirt.
"Unity '94, New York City"
Gay Games- Rectangular picture of yellow flame with red triangle
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Gray t-shirt.
Front: "Pride: From Silence to Celebration. New York City Lesbian & Gay Pride 1995"
Back: "Miller Genuine Draft. Lite Beer"
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White t-shirt.
"Tracks D.C. est 1984/ 1111 First St. Washington D.C."

Tag reads "Tracks D.C. was hands the THE greatest nightclub from the late 70s through the early 90s in the District. Gay, straight, in between... all danced and partied at Tracks. The legendary lighting and sound system was installed at great expense and expert precision by owner Martin Churnoff and Jon Byrd. On weekends, club-goers from NYC and L.A. descended on the club and often declared it the best disco in the entire country for the scenery and people inside. Everyone went to Tracks who lived in D.C. at the time, and it was the only place you could play volleyball all night while listening to the DJ spin the latest tracks (disco in the late 70s, Pet Shop Boys in the 80s and later on the Smiths and New Order."
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