Color photograph of Helen James in her home, holding a photo album of her time in the Air Force. Six decades after the Air Force kicked her out for being a lesbian, James was finally awarded the honorable discharge. Approximately 100,000 lesbian and gay veterans were dishonorably discharged from the military since World War II; they were stigmatized, harrassed and denied crucial veterans’ benefits.
Black and white photo by Cathy Cade of marchers in San Francisco carrying banner "Asian/Pacific Lesbians, for the love of women/bagi cinta pada wanita/sa pag-mahal ng babae/tình yêu của phụ nữ/kealoha o wahine/女への愛のために/[chinese characters]/for the love of ♀".
Archive of photographic negatives, work prints, project files, exhibition prints, and personal papers of San Francisco Bay Area photographer Cathy Cade. Cade's work documents lesbian and gay life, particularly in Oakland, Berkeley, and San Francisco, chiefly in the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s.