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Blue t-shirt.
"Flute Fair 2000 February 14-20, 2000. Flute Society of Washington"
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White t-shirt.
"GLAMA Gay & Lesbian Ancient Music Association"

Early Music Festival and Workshop in Amherst, MA
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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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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.
"Queer Music Heritage. Hosted by JD Doyle on KPFT 90.1 Houston. www.QueerMusicHeritage.com"
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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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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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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 with orange sleeves.
Front: "Team Curis"
Back: "CurtisBraly.com"

Curtis Braly is an openly gay country singer
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White shirt.
Quarter note, rainbow colors/flag, "We Shall be Heard"

Origins unknown. Contact Wearing Gay History if you have any information on this shirt or design.

Likely from a gay chorus.
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Brown textile.
Three silver star pins and white "LGBA Fall Conference, Stars Across America" pin.
Houston, 1991
Lesbian and Gay Band Association
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Blue polo shirt.
"Minnesota Freedom Band" This was Dan Kenlutsen's (possible misspelled name) shirt. He was a member of the band in the 80s and designed the logo.
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Blue t-shirt.
Elton John.
Gianni Versace World Tour Elton John The One
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