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These Walls Can Speak: Telling the Stories of Queer Places

Maud’s in Cole Valley was one of the longest-running lesbian bars in San Francisco when it closed in 1989. Photo courtesy GLBT Historical Society.

Join Heritage for the second installment of our Annual Lecture Series held in collaboration with the GLBT Historical Society and HeritageYP on Thursday, August 16. Felicia Elizondo, Gerard Koskovich, Alan Martinez, Gerry Takano, and Shayne Watson will lead a discussion of the spaces and places that illuminate the rich history of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender life in California. Speakers will demonstrate how queer historical sites are being preserved, documented, and interpreted—and highlight innovations needed to ensure that significant sites are recognized and protected. The panel will be moderated by Carson Anderson and will be held at the GLBT History Museum at 4127 18th Street. This event has been SOLD OUT. For more information or to inquire about potential cancellations, please contact Barbara Roldan at broldan@sfheritage.org.

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