Unidentified white man and woman posing for a photo outside the Hotel Statler. She's holding a bouquet of flowers and both are wearing jackets. Cars parked along the street can be seen. City unidentified.
ACT UP/KC rally on the steps of City Hall in Kansas City; chalk outlines with names have been drawn on the ground and one man is seen lying as if dead; Art Bratt (right) and another man (a minister) are holding a large banner with the "Silence = Death" logo.
ACT UP/KC gay pride rally on the steps of City Hall in Kansas City; Jon Barnett is standing in front of a microphone, another man is providing sign language interpretation services and others are holding large banners with the "Silence = Death" logo on them as well as smaller signs with the same slogan. Jim Hull is seen leaning against the wall
Kay Madden (right) and likely Cathy Connealy (middle) standing with an unidentified man at the rally for the National Day of Mourning for the Right to Privacy at City Hall; both women have sunglasses on and the man is wearing a t-shirt reading "Great moments in Supreme Court history: No rights for blacks, No rights for women, No rights for the Japanese…." ; the Midwest Typewriter building is seen behind them.
Carl Hippensteel and Mark Chaney carrying the bunched up banner that hung from City Hall in Kansas City during the ACT UP/KC rally on the front steps; several people are around and the ground has chalk outlines to symbolize and memorialize the dead from AIDS on the ground in front of the steps.
A group of people from the MCCKC, some in costumes, riding in a decorated flatbed trailer with balloons in the pride parade along Oak Street on route to the GALA '91 Picnic in Southmoreland Park; the man in suspenders is Rev. John Barbone; a banner is hung along the side (difficult to make out what it says); stone walls and automobiles are also seen.
Davina Gabriel (right) and three other people carrying the Kansas City Gazette's banner during the 1992 Kansas City pride parade; the banner reads "Kansas City Gazette, KC's #1 Gay & Lesbian publication" with a pink triangle; other parade entries are seen behind them as well a house on the side of the route.
Phoenix Books' group marching with a large blue banner in the 1992 pride parade in Kansas City; marchers include Anne Shelley along with many others and two dogs are with them; Deb Hipp and Anne Shelley (right) and another woman are carrying a sign with a large pink triangle and women's symbols reading in part "KC GALA"; a no left turn sign and spectators are seen behind them.
David Weeda in a straw hat holding a sign that reads "Visible & Gay" with a pink triangle during the 1992 Kansas City pride parade; he is also wearing a t-shirt that reads "Support Human Rights" and an Alan Wheat political button; crowd visible behind him.
David Weeda in a straw hat holding up a banner for the "Human Rights Project" during the 1992 Kansas City pride parade; he is wearing a t-shirt that reads "Support Human Rights" and an Alan Wheat political button; a dog is partly seen on the ground behind the banner and a crowd of participants are behind the man.
Mary Jane Houston in a straw sun hat at the 1992 Kansas City pride parade standing by a parked pick up with a sign reading "We love our lesbian daughter, Mary Jane & Julian [Mary Jane's husband]"; the pick up also has a banner on it's side.
Jon Barnett (right) in a Silence=Death t-shirt about to kiss on the steps of City Hall as part of the National Day of Mourning for the Right to Privacy; two other men are seen behind them also kissing, the man at the back right is Mark Chaney.