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Oral history of Jim Eilers (conducted by Peter Toscani) who discusses his time in San Francisco and Monterey, CA, including his involvement around gay liberation and civil rights during the 1960s at San Francisco State University.
2 Tapes of 2 03:04:31
98-047 casfglbt_000068_t01; casfglbt_000068_t02
AIDS (Disease) Catholics Childhood Civil rights movements Coming out (Sexual orientation) Ethnicity Gay liberation movement Gentrification Labor unions Military Oral History Religion U. S. Military Birimisa, George San Francisco State University
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