Save the Village Tours: Stonewall and Gay Greenwich Village
As the photographer for the Village Voice, the only (somewhat) mainstream media outlet on Earth paying serious and respectful attention to gay issues and events in the 1960s and 1970s, Fred W. McDarrah amassed what is generally regarded as the largest collection of gay-themed documentary photos taken by one individual, ever.
On this tour, see where so many of the iconic photos were taken, and how they fit into the history of the movement. McDarrah images have become the signature photos of what is now inclusively referred to as LGBTQ+ history, and his photos were featured by the Barack Obama White House in the video announcing the Stonewall National Monument in 2016
*THIS IS A REOCCURING EVENT--WEDNESDAY @ 11:00AM
Tickets are $15 (Students, seniors, individuals with a valid library card, or a membership in a Historic Preservation Society, Group or Association) to $25 (Adult) and every ticket includes a keepsake postcard packet
For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit Save The Village's site, here.