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Orange t-shirt.
"Rich's"
Signed by "Mel '84"

2401 San Jacinto St, Houston, TX 77002
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Black leather vest.

Numerous pins and buttons. Front name badge reads "Secretary Colt 45's March Muckleroy 1995"
Back: "Colt 45's Houston"
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White t-shirt.
Front: "Frog, Out"
Back: "Senor Frogs Restaurante y Catina Houston, Texas"

Unknown LGBT relation.
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White t-shirt.
"Houston LGBT Community Center. Your Queer Home in Houston"

401 Branard Street
Houston, Texas 77006
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White t-shirt.
Front: "Hope"
Back: "www.OrganizeHope.com Hope for a Better Future"
Houston Organization of Public Employees
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Teal T-shirt.
Front: "Summer National Senior Games 2009. San Francisco Bay Area Presented by Humana"
Back: "Long live the Challenge"
Sleeve: "Humana"
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White t-shirt.
Image of a fish. Likely painted by Tim Brookover.
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White t-shirt.
"Cinco De Mayo Celebration Festival Vivo y Positivo '94"
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Black tank top.
"Touch of Pink www.touchofpink"

Touch of Pink is a 2004 Canadian-British gay-themed romantic comedy film written and directed by Ian Iqbal Rashid. The film takes its title from the Cary Grant film That Touch of Mink.
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Black t-shirt.
"Houston. Entertainment. Rights. Sexuality. h.e.r.s. magazine www.hershouston.com"
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White t-shirt
Back: Image of a bowling ball and pin.

Origin Unknown. Please contact Wearing Gay History if you have any information regarding this t-shirt.
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Green t-shirt.
Front: "Celebrate Freedom of Gender Expression"
Back: "Celebrate Freedom of Gender Expression"
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Blue t-shirt.
"Pride Not Prejudice. The 2010 LGBT Celebrations. pridehouston.org"
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White t-shirt.
Front: "2010 AIDS Walk Houston. AIDS Foundation Houston."
Back: List of sponors
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Black t-shirt.
Back: "standup4love.org"

A HIV vaccine study- Hope Takes Action.
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Blue t-shirt.
Image of a red ribbon. "Misty's Blue Crew AIDS Walk 2003"
Back: List of sponors
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Orange t-shirt.
"Gold's Gym. Serious Fitness Since 1965. South Beach"

400 Alton Rd, Miami Beach, FL 33139
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Gray t-shirt.
"Examiner Bay to Breakers 1991"

Bay to Breakers is an annual footrace in San Francisco, California on the third Sunday of May. The phrase "Bay to Breakers" reflects the fact that the race starts at the northeast end of the downtown area a few blocks from The Embarcadero (adjacent to San Francisco Bay) and runs west through the city to finish at the Great Highway (adjacent to the Pacific coast, where breakers crash onto Ocean Beach).
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Black t-shirt.
"Blow Buddies, San Francisco "

933 Harrison St, San Francisco, CA 94107
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Purple t-shirt.
"Mystic Mardi Gras New Orleans 1990"
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Black t-shirt.
Front: "Misty's Blue Crew Houston AIDS Walk 2005"
Back: List of sponsors
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White t-shirt.
Front: "Anti-Stigma.org"
Back: "One Humanity. Anti-Stigma 2009"

T-shirt from rally fighting stigma of HIV/AIDS
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White t-shirt.
Front: "Houston AIDS Walk 2003"
Back: List of sponsors

Duplicate copy of the t-shirt in the archive.
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Blue t-shirt.
Front: "AIDS Walk Houston"
Back: "AIDS Foundation Houston"

Duplicate copy found in the same archive.
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Blue t-shirt.
Front: "Misty's Blue Crew Keeping the Fund in Fundraising AIDS Walk 2002"
Back: List of sponsors.
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Gray t-shirt.
Front: "AIDS Walk Houston 2001. In partnership with Chase. Sunday, March 4, 2001"
Back: List of sponsors.
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Black t-shirt.
"LUEY 30. Houston, TX. 2003. Host"

The Houston Council of Clubs (HCC), Inc. was formed to promote, sponsor and hold an annual event called "Let Us Entertain You" weekend - a.k.a. LUEY Weekend. Let Us Entertain You started in 1971, by the Texas Riders, a gay leather motorcycle club, in order to 'keep the party going' for individuals returning from Mardi Gras in New Orleans.
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Dark gray t-shirt. "LUEY Weekend 2004. 31. Houston, Texas"

The Houston Council of Clubs (HCC), Inc. was formed to promote, sponsor and hold an annual event called "Let Us Entertain You" weekend - a.k.a. LUEY Weekend. Let Us Entertain You started in 1971, by the Texas Riders, a gay leather motorcycle club, in order to 'keep the party going' for individuals returning from Mardi Gras in New Orleans.
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Gray t-shirt.

"LUEY 32. 2005. Houston, TX. Host"
The Houston Council of Clubs (HCC), Inc. was formed to promote, sponsor and hold an annual event called "Let Us Entertain You" weekend - a.k.a. LUEY Weekend. Let Us Entertain You started in 1971, by the Texas Riders, a gay leather motorcycle club, in order to 'keep the party going' for individuals returning from Mardi Gras in New Orleans.
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Black t-shirt.
"LUEY 33. 2006. Houston, TX"

The Houston Council of Clubs (HCC), Inc. was formed to promote, sponsor and hold an annual event called "Let Us Entertain You" weekend - a.k.a. LUEY Weekend. Let Us Entertain You started in 1971, by the Texas Riders, a gay leather motorcycle club, in order to 'keep the party going' for individuals returning from Mardi Gras in New Orleans.
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Gray t-shirt. "Let Us Entertain You. LUEY 37. Houston, Texas. Houston Council of Clubs. February 2010"

The Houston Council of Clubs (HCC), Inc. was formed to promote, sponsor and hold an annual event called "Let Us Entertain You" weekend - a.k.a. LUEY Weekend. Let Us Entertain You started in 1971, by the Texas Riders, a gay leather motorcycle club, in order to 'keep the party going' for individuals returning from Mardi Gras in New Orleans.
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