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Many individuals and groups have kindly donated their time, memories, and personal possessions to the Pittsburgh Queer History Project, allowing us to create this archive. For each item in our archive, there are a multitude of personal stories and experiences which compliment, or contradict, one another. Understanding this, we encourage visitors to offer corrections or additions to the information found on this website.

If you are interested in contributing materials to our archive or would like to be interviewed for the Project, please visit our contribution page.



To provide corrected or additional information for an existing item in our archive, follow these simple steps:

1) Navigate to the item page you wish to correct.

2) Scroll to the bottom of the page. Near the bottom, you will see a link which reads, "If you see an error in this information, please notify us." (See the example below.)

The link should look something like this.



3) After you click on the link, you will be directed to a form where you can help the PQHP by providing new or corrected information. Whenever possible, please include your contact information (e-mail or telephone are fine) in the "General Comments and Contact Information" box. 

4) Below the "General Comments and Contact Information Box" are a series of fields which allow you to provide specific types of information: names of individuals in a photograph, events dates, venue locations, and more. Complete these areas to the best of your ability. Don't worry about typos and formatting.

Please keep in mind that not all information submitted can be used on this website. All submitted information will be kept on record, however this website is presented mainly as a research resource and, for the sake of researchers and the public, we limit the scope of the data presented here.

If you have questions or concerns about sharing information with the PQHP, and how that information will or will not be used, please feel free to contact us before submitting a correction.