32 years of Dallas Voice now available online

Posted on 22 Jun 2015 at 4:40pm

University of North Texas digitized and put online 32 years of Dallas Voice from Volume 1, Issue 1 as part of its North Texas LGBT history archives. UNT also has been working on the project in conjunction with The Dallas Way and Resource Center, which donated its Phil Johnson Archives.

Thousands of pages of Dallas Voice articles and ads are searchable. The UNT library began the project with Dallas Voice about three years ago. Money for digitizing was finally raised last summer and the school has been working on the project since then.

So when we were looking for Senior Editor Tammye Nash’s first story, we came up with this beauty:

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Here’s the link to search Dallas Voice in the UNT archives.

This was our first front page:

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And one more. Judge Jerry Buchmeyer overturned 21.06, the Texas sodomy law but this is how we showed outrage at the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals reinstating the now-unconstitutional law:

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These are screen shots, but the originals are very readable. Take a walk through the past 32 years by searching beginning here.

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