Grassroots Tradition : A Comparison of the Gay People's Union and the City Club of Milwaukee
Turner, Patricia R.
Ducksworth-Lawton, Selika M.
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This study compares two Milwaukee, Wisconsin-based groups seeking reform during vastly different eras--the City Club of Milwaukee in the 1910s and the Gay People's Union in the 1970s.
Gay People's Union--Wisconsin--Milwaukee
City Club of Milwaukee (Wis.)
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