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Uncles Project, Wm T Brown Interviewed by Everett Erlandson
GLBT Historical Society
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California Revealed from GLBT Historical Society
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Oral history interview with William Theophilus Brown, an American artist and prominent member of the Bay Area Figurative Movement. He discusses being a gay male in World War II as well as his time in graduate school at UC Berkeley in the 1950s and working as a painter in California. 1940s, 1950s, military, gay male
Audio cassette
Oral histories
3 Tapes of 3
casfglbt_000079_t01; casfglbt_000079_t02; casfglbt_000079_t03
Gay military personnel
Oral History
GLBT Historical Society
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