box — Box: 2
Identifier: Box 2
Scope and Contents
From the Collection: The Jean Huffey papers date from 1989 to 2006 and measure 10 linear inches. The bulk of the papers consists of materials related to Huffey's work to secure greater social and legal rights for homosexuals, and especially to raise awareness within the Lutheran church. The papers include brochures distributed by PFLAG, the American Psychological Association, and Lutherans Concerned; correspondence concerning gay issues between Jean Huffey and various people, including one folder of correspondence with elected officials; letters to the editor, many written by Huffey; and newspaper clippings concerning gay issues. Also included are the March 1995 issue of Lutheran Woman Today, which reprinted an article by columnist Deb Price about Jean Huffey's struggle to come to terms with her child's homosexuality, and the June issue, in which readers responded to the Price article.
Conditions Governing Access
The papers are open for research.
From the Collection: 10.00 linear inches