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[Gay Urban Truth Squad Button]

Description: Square, black button on a small plastic stand. There is a pink triangle near the top, with a purple "stamp" that says "G*U*T*S" and the words "Gay Urban Truth Squad" written at the bottom. The Gay Urban Truth Squad (GUTS) was a side project of the Dallas Gay Alliance.
Date: unknown
Creator: Monroe, Bruce

[Close-Up of Dallas Gay Alliance T-Shirt]

Description: Close-up of the Dallas Gay Alliance logo on a white T-shirt. Part of a flag is visible, which has a blue square in the upper-left corner containing blue and white silhouettes of faces; the rest of the flag has rainbow stripes.
Date: [1983..1993]
Creator: Monroe, Bruce

[Crossroads Market Bag]

Description: Bag from Crossroads Market, a store run by Bill Nelson, Terry Tebedo, and William Waybourn throughout the 1980s. The bag has a logo with the initials "CM" in the center of a circle and text underneath that says "Crossroads Market Bookstore & Cafe."
Date: 1980~

[Armband for Terry Tebedo]

Description: Black armband that was worn at Terry Tebedo's memorial service, sponsored by the Dallas Gay Alliance, in 1988. The pink triangle in the center is a symbol given to gay men in WWII, under Hitler's Nazi regime.
Date: 1998

[Pressed flower]

Description: Pressed leaf and flower bud that was probably included in the letter from Alice McGee to Charles, Mary, and Linnet Moore of June 23, 1890. In that letter Alice McGee writes "I send you a piece [of] Grandma's Mother Hubbard...."
Date: 1890~

[Fabric Samples]

Description: Three fabric samples. The first is brown and white with red and black circles. The second is light brown and white striped with small blue accents. The third is dark brown.
Date: unknown

[Paper Craft Hand Holding Heart]

Description: Paper craft blue hand holding white heart.The heart and hand have been woven together. There is some faint writing in pencil on the thumb that cannot be read.
Date: unknown

[World War One Doughboy Helmet]

Description: Doughboy helmet owned by Alvin Mansfield Owsley during World War One, made of steel with an anjustable leather chin strap. Officially known as the M1917 Helmet, it was also known colloquially as the dishpan hat, tin pan hat, washbasin, battle bowler, and Kelly helmet.
Date: unknown

[World War One Small Box Gas Mask]

Description: World War One-era "small box respirator" gas mask, consisting of a canvas or cloth face piece, with inset glass or resin eye lenses, and straps that wrap around the back of the head. The front of the mask has a valve located behind a cloth-covered tube that goes over the mouth and attaches to a small yellow metal box containing activated charcoal (made of peach pits or the pits from other stone fruits). The wearer would have breathed only through the mouth, inhaling air scrubbed clean by the charcoal in the box, and had their nose squeezed shut by a clip inside the mask.
Date: [1914..1918]

[Vials of Compound Q]

Description: Two vials of Compound Q, a drug made available by Ron Woodroof through the Dallas Buyers Club to fight AIDS.
Date: [1988..1992]

[Vials of Compound Q]

Description: Two vials of Compound Q, a drug made available by Ron Woodroof through the Dallas Buyers Club to fight AIDS.
Date: [1988..1992]

[Vials of Medication]

Description: Two vials of the drug Compound Q. This non-FDA approved medication was acquired by the Dallas Buyer’s Club for the treatment of AIDS. The vials have serial numbers and words written in Chinese characters as well as dosages written on the sides.
Date: unknown

[Human Rights Campaign sticker]

Description: Sticker for the Human Rights Campaign. Sticker is blue with a yellow equal sign. Back of sticker contains mission statement and contact information.
Date: 19uu
Creator: Texas Human Rights Foundation

[Human Rights Campaign sticker]

Description: Sticker for the Human Rights Campaign. Sticker is blue with a yellow equal sign.
Date: 19uu
Creator: Texas Human Rights Foundation