Microfilm. Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress.
|LC Classifications||RC560.C4 H37, Microfilm 75176 RC|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||141 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||141|
|LC Control Number||78302829|
Get this from a library! Claude Hartland: the story of a life: for the consideration of the medical fraternity. [Claude Hartland]. Claude Hartland is the author of The Story of a Life ( avg rating, 11 ratings, 5 reviews, published ) and The Story of a Life ( avg rating, 0 /5. Get this from a library! Claude Hartland: the story of a life: for the consideration of the medical fraternity. [Claude Hartland; James W. Jones Collection of Gay and Lesbian Literature.]. This very rare document, the earliest autobiography of an avowed American homosexual, was published in St. Louis in Claude Hartland grew up in farming communities in southern Missouri, went to country schools and became a teacher, but his sexual drive, pronounced from adolescence, increasingly troubles his conscience/5.
Claude was born on May 7, and passed away on Thursday, May 2, Claude was a resident of Hartland, Michigan at the time of passing. In lieu of flowers donations in memory of Claude are Born: May 07, Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital larep-immo.com projects include the Wayback Machine, larep-immo.com and larep-immo.com Claude was born on May 7, and passed away on Thursday, May 2, Claude was a resident of Hartland, Michigan at the time of larep-immo.com: May 07, PERFORMING THE "UNNATURAL" LIFE: AMERICA'S FIRST GAY AUTOBIOGRAPHY ADAM SONSTEGARD The first known autobiography written in America by a self-described homo sexual man appeared just over a century ago. The author, who was thirty years old when he published the autobiography in , adopted the pseu donym Claude Hartland.
The author, who was thirty years old when he published the autobiography in , adopted the pseudonym Claude Hartland. A publisher of medical textbooks in Saint Louis, Missouri, printed his book—a slender volume in a green, clothbound edition, which Hartland titled The Story of a Life. Ritchie Wharf Music. likes · 1 talking about this · 5 were here. If you want to know what is happening musically at Ritchie Wharf, this is where you should be. See you this summer.5/5(4). This book is an excellent conceptual collection for understanding and applying the notions of Lebensraum, geopolitics, biopolitics, and central place theory. It also provides valuable examples of key concepts from cultural geography, including the nuances of space versus place, cultural landscapes and their emotional burdens and legacies, and. The author, using the pseudonym Claude Hartland, wrote about his mental health and experiences with doctors related to sexuality and gender identity as well as descriptions of homosexual social life in downtown St. Louis. s.