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“1969: The Year of Gay Liberation” Exhibit Visits Locally

If you can’t bring all of Columbia County to the New York Public Library, then bring an NYPL exhibition that is dear to your heart to Columbia County.  Thus was the reasoning behind Carey Maloney and Hermes Mallea’s Saturday, October 24, showing at their Germantown house of a set of the panels from the library’s now-traveling-to-the-branches version of last summer’s exhibition.  Even the banner that hung outside the main library building on 42nd Street, donated to the NYPL by our Wandering Eye blogger Carey as a wedding gift to Hermes,  is now permanently ensconced at their riverfront house, where, at present, it hangs from a mighty oak next to the patio.


Guest of honor Jason Baumann (center), coordinator of the Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual, and Transgender Collections at the New York Public Library with the evening’s hosts Carey Maloney and Hermes Mallea



The Reverend James Elliott Lindsley (Ret.), honorary Canon of the Episcopal Archdiocese of New York and Barbara Lindsley; Donna Dennis, Nancy Louden and their son Jack Dennis-Louden


Ken Olshansky and Hope GreenfieldMarianne Thorsen and Kat Lichter

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Glenda Law, Alfred Law and Edmond Franco; Jason Baumann with Maragareta Barbaeus (left) and Lena Stenwall, both Deputy Consuls General at the Swedish Consulate in New York


Hermes Mallea (rear) with Kat Lichtor and Leonard Stein & Mim Stein; Spencer Harper III and Edmond Franco


Todd Woodard, Muffy Cunningham and Margareta Barvaeus; Steve Isoz, Todd Gribben, and Rudi Molacek


Colleen Meehan and David Borenstein; Cliffort Hart, Kyla Hart, and Tom Mendl


                                          One of the panels from the traveling exhibition. 

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