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  1. A Yankee Amazon

     
    Collection: Newspaper and Periodical Clippings (1900-1949)
    Institution: Digital Transgender Archive
    Creator:
    Date: Jun. 7, 1902
    Topics: Burial ceremonies, Crossdressing, Military, Soldiers, Stealth (Transgender)
    Subject: Deborah Sampson, Robert Shurtlieff
    Description: Western Kansas World (WaKeeney, Kansas)
  2. Caroline Hall and her Predecessors

     
    Collection: Newspaper and Periodical Clippings (1900-1949)
    Institution: Digital Transgender Archive
    Creator:
    Date: Oct. 8, 1901
    Topics: Alcoholism, Crossdressing, Death and dying, FtMs, Marriage, Miners, Passing (Gender), Politicians, Soldiers
    Subject: Caroline Hall, De Lacy Evans, Deborah Sampson, Ellis Glenn, Jack Jorgensen, James Barry, Julia Forrest, Mary Anne Taylor, Murray Hall, William Lindley
    Description: Semi-Weekly Windham County Reformer (Brattleboro, VT)
  3. Correspondence from Lou Sullivan to Rupert Raj (November 30, 1987)

     
    Collection: Lou Sullivan Collection
    Institution: GLBT Historical Society
    Creator: Sullivan, Lou
    Date: Nov. 30, 1987
    Topics: FtMs, Gatherings, Gender realignment surgery, Phalloplasty, Transsexual people
    Subject: Deborah Sampson, VERA
  4. Gender Review, No.4 (Mar 1979)

     
    Collection: Gender Review: The FACTual Newsletter
    Institution: The ArQuives
    Creator: Ghosh, Nicholas, Raj, Rupert
    Date: Mar. 1979
    Topics: Androgyny, Crossdressers, Gender diversity, Law, Legal status, Military, Psychology, Transgender people
    Subject: American Civil War, American Revolution, Angela Lynn Douglas, Anita Bryant, Dale C. Birdsell, Deborah Sampson, Erickson Educational Foundation, Gender Clinic of the University of Texas Medical Branch, James Barry, John Money, Mario Martino, Mary Walker, R. Marvin Bala, The Janus Information Facility
    Description: Special issue: Androgyny
  5. Information for the Female-to-Male (1980)

     
    Collection: Erickson Educational Foundation Publications
    Institution: Transgender Archives, University of Victoria
    Creator: Sullivan, Louis G.
    Date: Dec. 1980
    Topics: Appearance, Books, Clothing, Coming out, Crossdressing, Femininities, FtMs, Gender realignment surgery, Hormone therapy, Masculinities, Passing (Gender), Sexual orientation, Transitioning (Gender), Transsexual people
    Subject: Catherine Coombs, Deborah Sampson, James Barry, Mary Walker
  6. Metamorphosis, Vol. 3, No. 4 (August 1984)

     
    Collection: Metamorphosis
    Institution: The ArQuives
    Creator: Ghosh, Nicholas, Raj, Rupert
    Date: Aug. 1984
    Topics: Crossdressers, Drag, FtMs, Gender realignment surgery, Health care, Mastectomy, Phalloplasty, Psychotherapy, Transitioning (Gender), Transsexual people, Transsexualism
    Subject: Deborah Sampson, John Money, Mary Walker, Milton Diamond, Phyllis Diller, Sharon Satterfield, Tom Mazur
  7. TVIC Journal Vol. 3 No. 30 (September 19, 1974)

     
    Collection: Upstate New York Newsletters
    Institution: M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections & Archives, University at Albany
    Creator:
    Date: Sep. 19, 1974
    Topics: Acceptance, Appearance, Army, Clothing, Crossdressers, Crossdressing, Femininities, Gatherings, Gender realignment surgery, Marriage, Medicalisation, Partners of transgender people, Social activities clubs, United States--History--Revolution, 1775-1783
    Subject: Deborah Sampson, Kate Marlowe, Sally Rand
  8. TVIC Journal Vol. 6 No. 69 (December 16, 1978)

     
    Collection: Upstate New York Newsletters
    Institution: M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections & Archives, University at Albany
    Creator:
    Date: Dec. 16, 1978
    Topics: Army, Clothing, Clubs, Crossdressers, Crossdressing, Femininities, Gatherings, Intersex, Partners of transgender people, Religions, Sexuality, Soldiers, Sports
    Subject: Deborah Sampson, James Barry, Mary Walker, Tri Sigma