Stonewall National Museum and Archives

From its founding in 1973, the Stonewall National Museum & Archives has grown into one of the largest lending library of its kind in the United States. Our circulating library holdings now number over 21,000 books and audio-visual materials. Our archives document a century of LGBT cultural and social history with an emphasis on the southeastern United States and contain more than 7,000 items including periodicals, oral history collections, business and association records, manuscripts, and relevant ephemera. Our library and archival collections have been professionally catalogued and are maintained according to accepted conservation and preservation standards. Our museum is home to many LGBT artifacts including the gavel that ended "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" after being presented to Barney Frank from Nancy Pelosi, and Barney donated it to Stonewall.

 

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday
11 am - 6 pm
Saturday
10 am - 5 pm
Closed Sunday

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