In the News

Representatives of the History Project received the J. Franklin Jameson Award at the annual meeting of the Society of American Archivists in 2014.

In the news

The History Project has been featured in the media throughout Pennsylvania and beyond. Here are links to past articles:


2019 Archive Array – the history of LGBTQ Pennsylvanians on display in Carlisle

2019 LGBTQ in PA – Statute Stalemate: Fired for being gay

2019 Pastor’s Problem – Lancaster County minister’s credentials pulled after signing gay son’s wedding license

2019 Commission’s Charter – PA Commission on LGBTQ Affairs, the first in the nation

2017 LGBT history in central Pa. celebrated in Dickinson College exhibit, PennLive.com

2017 Book to tell story of LGBT community in Lancaster County, central Pennsylvania, LancasterOnline.com

2015 Exhibit shows costume artistry of local designer Paul Foltz, PennLive.com

2015 Theatre Harrisburg costume designer takes center stage in new exhibits, PennLive.com

2015 Dickinson College documents LGBT history in central Pennsylvania, PennLive.com

2015 Lancaster County’s LGBT leaders talk of community’s recent history, LancasterOnline.com

2014 Looking Back with Pride: LGBT History Project Earns Accolades from National Organization, Dickinson College

2014 Central Pa. LGBT History Project wins national archivist award, PennLive.com

2014 LGBT History Project documents the growing legacy of civil rights advocacy, Carlisle Sentinel

2014 1 Story at a Time: LGBT History Project re-creates an often-hidden past, TheBurg

2014 J. Franklin Jameson Archival Advocacy Award: The Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender (LGBT) Center of Central PA History Project, Society of American Archivists


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