Welcome to the web, OutHistory.org! OutHistory, a project of the Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies at CUNY, has just gone live on the web with its initial content. Check it out – the potential here is enormous. The site is organized as a wiki, which means that individuals can register and then create entries for the collection. Entries can either be protected, i.e. not subject to change without the author's approval, or open, i.e. collaborative and changeable in the mode of Wikipedia.
Current "exhibits" include a series of early 20th century postcards like the two below, which illustrate the conversation happening in U.S. society between the world wars regarding gender bending men and women. Essays on OutHistory include one by Jonathan Ned Katz (also the site director) on colonial era "sodomitical sin" and one by Esther Newton on 20th century lesbian history. You will also find features on elected LGBT officials, images of queer youth from 1947 to the present, the pre-gay era (1950s and 60s), and lesbian theater.
Congrats to the CLAGS/OutHistory folks for creating such a terrific new resource!