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Thomas Kraemer Papers, 1908-2018View associated digital content.

Predominant Dates: 1960s-2010s
Oregon State University alumnus Thomas Kraemer helped to found the Gay Peoples Alliance, the first officially recognized gay student group at OSU, in 1976. The Kraemer Papers reflect Kraemer's decades-long research on LGBTQ+ issues. The collection includes Kraemer's blog, blog reference materials, and research files; his collection of comics, magazines, and films; some biographical materials, and a set of documents pertaining to Hewlett-Packard's LGBTQ+ related activities, policies, and trainings during the 1990s.
ID: MSS Kraemer
Extent: 17.25 cubic feet
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Statement on Access: Collection is open for research.
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Preferred Citation: Thomas Kraemer Papers (MSS Kraemer), Oregon State University Special Collections and Archives Research Center, Corvallis, Oregon.
Acquisition Note: In 2006, Thomas Kraemer donated his 2006 Queer History Month Speech to the University Archives. In 2018, after Kraemer's passing, his widow Kim Kraemer donated the Kraemer Papers to the OSU Queer Archives.
Acquired: 2018.
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