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This guide can connect users to LGBTQ+ resources available at Forsyth Library, in the community, and across the web.
The collections at the Library of Congress offer rich and diverse stories of LGBTQ+ life in the United States and around the world. Explore the stories of writers, performers, activists, public figures, and service members through books, manuscripts, newspapers, recordings, and ephemera. These resources open windows into our shared American experience by highlighting the creativity, innovation, and courage of LGBTQ+ people and communities. Themes in the collections include the printed word, international studies, military life, activism, HIV/AIDS, and Entertainment. Experience Leonard Bernstein’s music manuscripts, treasures from the Library’s Walt Whitman Collections and panels from the AIDS Memorial Quilt.