Center for LGBTQ Studies (CLAGS)
 

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Article

Publication Date

Spring 2008

Abstract

I first met Allan in the spring of 1979. In the two preceding years, in the time he carved out from the odd jobs that kept him afloat, he had systematically pursued leads from Jonathan Ned Katz's Gay American History, in the process amassing his own trove of queer historical documents. One thick line of research especially delighted him. To his surprise, 19th-century San Francisco newspapers ran extended stories, amounting at times to almost mini-biographies, of "women who passed as men."

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This article was originally published in CLAGSNews, vol. 18, no. 1.

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