Displays focus on facets of San Francisco queer life from the Gold Rush to today. This exhibition features rich multimedia drawn from our archival collections.
This multimedia exhibition in the GLBT Historical Society Museum’s Main Gallery presents facets of queer life in San Francisco from the Gold Rush to today. The collection of Jiro Onuma features visual documentation of queer intimacy in the Japanese American incarceration camps. “Dragon Fruit,” an intergenerational preservation project, tells the stories of queer Asian Pacific Islanders.