Do you know about Gerber-Hart Library/archives in Chicago? I understand they
have a pretty good collection of videotapes with an emphasis on material that
is "historically valuable." Or at least they used to. You should definitely
try giving them a call. If not, didn't all the Mattachine stuff go to
Yale (Bieneke) a few years ago (I though I heard something about this) ?
It's a long shot, but who knows . . .
PS And please let me know if anything comes of this, since I'd be
interested in getting my hands on that one too.
> I am looking for a 1961 documentary entitled "The Rejected," which was
> the first nationally aired documentary about homosexuals. It was
> produced in San Francisco by KQED by the National Educational
> Television (NET) and was aired on forty public TV stations. The
> hour documentary featured anthropologist Margaret Mead and members of
> the Mattachine Society.
> If anyone knows anything about the film or could suggest any paths
> to pursue in tracking it down, please let me know.
> Thanks in advance.
> Stephen Tropiano
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