Located in San Francisco’s Castro District, the first and only full-scale, stand-alone museum of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender history and culture in the Unites States. The museum offers long-term and regularly changing exhibitions as well as public programs.
Dedicated to the preservation, restoration, documentation, exhibition and study of motion pictures, the Academy Film Archive is home to one of the most diverse and extensive motion picture collections in the world.
First chartered in 1926 to help preserve the city’s history, now housing collections of early manuscripts, photographs, published research bulletins, the Atlanta History Museum.
BAVC inspires social change by empowering media makers to develop and share stories through art, education and technology.
Provides underground storage for this entire collection on 90 miles of shelving, together with extensive modern facilities for the acquisition, cataloging and preservation of all audio-visual formats.
Moving image archive. Mission is to collect and preserve the film and video record of northern New England (Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Massachusetts), and to provide public access to the history and culture of the region embodied in it.
ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives at the USC Libraries collects, preserves, and makes accessible LGBTQ historical materials while promoting new scholarship on and public awareness of queer histories.
The National Library holds Denmark’s largest and most extensive collections of books, newspapers, journals, ephemera, maps, printed music, manuscripts, letters and archival materials and pictures.
Sage story is a national digital storytelling program for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) older adults.
Dedicated to recording and preserving the experiences of the LGBTQ community. The end result will be a diverse collection of stories that will enrich our nation’s history.
The mission is to acquire, preserve, document, and promote academic film by providing an archive, resource, and forum for continuing scholarly advancement and public exhibition.
Often referred to as San Francisco’s “queer Smithsonian,” the GLBT Historical Society houses one of the world’s largest collections of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender historical materials.
To document and preserve the history of Boston’s LGBT community, and to share that information with the public.
A non-profit volunteer-led organization founded in April 2000 to respond to the critical need to preserve and educate about our history.
A non-profit project to collect, digitize and preserve 16mm, 8mm and Super 8 rare footage. Currently holds almost twenty collections in cold-storage at Northeast Historic Film in Bucksport, ME.
Devoted to preserving lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender moving image media becoming lost to deterioration and neglect.
The second largest moving image in the United States after the Library of Congress. Committed to the preservation, research and exhibition of moving images.