Ted Sahl is an award winning photographer in San Jose, California who has spent the last 30 years as a photojournalist, documenting social and political events in the Bay Area. Although best known for his involvement with the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender GLBT community , Sahl also covered anti-nuclear demonstrations at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, and the farm labor strikes that occurred during the 's in California.
The King Library Digital Collection currently includes a representative selection of the photographic prints in the collection, and new images are added to the collection periodically. In addition to photographs, the collection includes background research and working drafts of Sahl's book From Closet to Community: For a description of the contents of the physical collection, see the online Collection Guide. Skip to main content. Favorites FAQs. Advanced Search. Find results with: Add another field.
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Billy DeFrank in full costume. Jim Dickenson and friend. Lisa and Nevan posing with their crowns. Danny Williams. Two women. Tanya Luna and Alex Mendizabel.
Female impersonator Jackie Best. Gay San Jose and friends.
Group portrait of six marchers. Man in leather bustier costume. Two people hugging. Marilyn Martinyak and Pat Dixon. Two smiling women.
Woman in evening wear. About this collection Background Ted Sahl is an award winning photographer in San Jose, California who has spent the last 30 years as a photojournalist, documenting social and political events in the Bay Area. Villanueva said he spent his childhood exploring his sexuality, searching for something that felt right.
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