Participants from Kansas City in the March on Washington for Lesbian, Gay, and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation in a park with others all around; rainbow flags and a balloon sort of object with the words "Kansas City" across it are seen.
View from behind of some of the crowd attending the Millennium Pride Festival in Washington D.C. and gathered around an archway with rainbow balloons tethered to it; several men are shirtless and the Capitol Building can be seen in the background.
Unidentified members of the MCC-KC marching behind a banner in the pride parade along Oak Street on route to the GALA '91 Picnic in Southmoreland Park; their banner reads "MCC-KC Believing, Becoming, Belonging"; other people with signs, a person on a bicycle, stone walls, and cars are also seen.
Group of unidentified people walking behind a banner reading "Interfaith Coalition" in the pride parade along Oak Street on route to the GALA '91 Picnic in Southmoreland Park; people are holding additional banners reading " Unity Temple" "Lambda Auxiliary", "GLAD-KC" and behind them another group with a banner reading "Metropolitan Community Church"; stone walls and cars are also seen.
Art Bratt by a car on the street seeing his family off after a visit; photo taken as his mother, two women (his sisters, or sister and sister-in-law, likely) and his nieces are walking down the front path toward the car.
Group of three or four unidentified women at the GALA Workers' Celebration eating and drinking; one woman has turned to glare at the camera; others are seen behind them along with a window and hanging lamp.
Two unidentified people (a man and a woman) talking together at the GALA Button Night party; the woman is holding a can of Diet Pepsi and wearing a sweatshirt about the saving the rainforest; the man is wearing tinted glasses and a black jacket.
An unidentified group of people walking in the pride parade along Oak Street on route to the GALA '91 Picnic in Southmoreland Park; one woman is carrying a hand-drawn sign about lesbians (largely unreadable in the photo); stone walls and automobiles are also seen.
Two unidentified men at the GALA Button Night party; one is wearing a black leather jacket and the other a navy blue suit jacket with tie; both are looking off to the right and other people can be seen around them.
Unidentified man wearing a dark colored jacket and glasses standing on the Boardwalk in Atlantic City; the man's jacket has a patch on the sleeve with the image of a fish, ocean, and the logo "Official Member North American Fishing Club".
Rearview of a white pick-up truck driving down the road; a truck and other traffic are seen along with trees and buildings; photo taken through the windshield on the passenger side of a car; location unknown.
Art Bratt in a white t-shirt arm in arm and posing for a photo with an unidentified man in a red t-shirt before a dinner held on the National Day of Mourning for the Right to Privacy; a telephone is seen hanging on the wall behind them.
Unidentified groups of people walking in the pride parade along Oak Street on route to the GALA '91 Picnic in Southmoreland Park; a decorated pickup truck has three unidentified women standing in it; stone walls and automobiles are also seen.
Photo looking over the shoulders of several people attending the rally at City Hall for the National Day of Mourning for the Right to Privacy; an unidentified man holding a sheet of paper and speaking to the crowd as well as a blue, white, and gold banner is seen; one rally participant (possibly Bill Todd) is seen listening and wearing a t-shirt with the Silence=Death logo.