The ArQuives Digital Exhibitions

Browse Items (24 total)

F0021_02_025_03_OCR-02.pdf
A letter from Rupert Raj to subscribers letting them know that the Gender Networker ceased publication in January 1989, and a timeline of publications and events from 1988-1989.

F0021_02_026_04_OCR.pdf
The Gender Networker from August 1988 containing a compilation of multiple book reviews and recommendations, all relating to transgender and queer identities. This version contains handwritten edits and notes.

F0021-01-220_26_OCR.pdf
Letter from Susan C. Huxford to Rupert Raj, providing some updates on Gender Worker.

F0021-01-220_16_Redacted_OCR.pdf
Letter from Susan Huxford to Rupert Raj that contains feedback on the december issue of Metamorphosis.

F0021-01-157_05_OCR.pdf
Letter from Theodore I. Friedman expressing appreciation for the work Raj does and discussing the Tenth International Symposium on Gender Dysphoria in Amsterdam.

F0021-01-157_05_OCR.pdf
Letter from Theodore I. Friedman to Rupert Raj stating his appreciation for the work Rupert does, discussing the Tenth International Symposium on Gender Dysphoria in Amsterdam, and saying he will contact Rupert when he is in Toronto.

F0021-01-155_04_OCR.pdf
Letter from Evelyn Gigantes to Rupert Raj expressing frustration that the Ontario Human Rights Code would not be amended to include transgender people.

F0021-01-155_01_OCR.pdf
Letter from Evert van der Veen informing Raj that the University Utrecht Gay Studies work group plans to include Metamorphosis in their study.

F0021-01-153_07_OCR.pdf
Letter from Betty W. Steiner of the Gender Identity Clinic at the Clark Institute of Psychiatry to Rupert Raj thanking him for the Metamorphosis issue.

F0021-01-153_08_OCR.pdf
Short letter from Betty W. Steiner at Clarke Institute of Psychiatry to Rupert Raj thanking him for her "Award of Merit."
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