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LGBTQIA Rights

Gluck, 1942

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Gluck by Gluck, 1942.
Portrait in the National Portrait Gallery, London.
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Benson, Stephen

Gluck by Gluck, 1942.

Portrait in the National Portrait Gallery, London.

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Jeanne Manford, 2001.
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Students at the Library circa 1910s

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Work with schools: writing a composition, girls wearing straw hats, bent over their work circa 1910s.
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Jewish Women's Archive. "LGBTQIA Rights." (Viewed on May 5, 2016) <http://jwa.org/topics/lgbtqia-rights>.

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