A poster created by the Free University organizers to promote their event — the first dance publicly intended for all sexualities in the Boston area.
In the Rebellion of 1818, Harvard's most famous food fight took place resulted in the expulsion of all 80 members of the Sophomore class.
Broken tables and chairs are piled up at the west end of Cocoanut Grove's main dining room. The furniture previously was located around the outer edges of the dance floor in the center of the room.
The Cocoanut Grove nightclub fire started in the northwest corner of the Melody Lounge.
The aftermath of the fire is visible just inside the entrance to the Cocoanut Grove nightclub.
A view of the Melody Lounge, located in the basement of the Cocoanut Grove nightclub.
President of Harvard Dames, Patricia I. Seldner (Mrs. MacElliot Seldner), admires a flower arrangement done by another Dames member (Mrs. Fukiko Shinohara).
Dropped on the doorstep of every undergraduate in 1991, Peninsula's "Homosexuality" issue prompted student protests and faculty members publicly coming out.
Jonathan L. Handel '82 was an editor of Lavender Portfolio, a 1980s Harvard queer publication.
Sandy F. Smith, Jr. ’82 was an editor of Lavender Portfolio, a 1980s Harvard queer publication.
Roger J. Landry '92 was one of the founders of Peninsula, the conservative student publication whose 1991 "Homosexuality" issue sparked campus controversy.
Timothy M. “Cage” Hall ’94 was an editor and founder of HQ, and managed the publishing side of the magazine.
William “Tate” Dougherty ’94 was an editor and founder of HQ, a 1990s queer publication, and designed the cover of its first issue.
Four broadcasters during a Women's Radio show.
A Women's Radio poster advertising an International Women's Day broadcast.