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A Passion to Preserve
Gay Men as Keepers of Culture
Will Fellows

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Aberman, Kathleen, 153
Adler, Dankmar, 199–200
Advocate, The, 90
Alexandria, Louisiana, 230
Alexandria, Virginia, 20
Alger, Horatio, 251
American Institute of Architects, 19, 224
American Society of Architectural Historians, 17
Anders, John, 15, 32, 83, 95–98, 245
Anderson, Ellen, 178
Annapolis, Maryland, 20
Appleton, William Sumner, 22, 40–41, 271n9, 276n3
Art Institute of Chicago, 175, 200
Artistic License, 141
Ashbee, Charles R., 279n57
Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities, 57
Astor, Lady, 79
Atwood, Cora, 166
Auditorium Theater, 200
Automatic Musical Instrument Collectors' Association, 144
Autrey Museum of Western Heritage, 158

Bailey, J. Michael, 268n4, 280n10
Balboa Theater Foundation, 136
Barker, Robert, 30, 32, 83, 99–102
Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 231
Batson, Roberts, 222, 227–28
Bauder, Doug, 32, 246
Beaufort, North Carolina, 95, 97
Beauport, 39, 55
Beebe, Lucius, 139
Bein, "Uncle Charlie," 225
Beloit College, 186
Bemis, Michael, 245
Benderson, Bruce, 245
Bentley, William, 37
Berendt, John, 79, 81
Bergling, Tim, 262, 280n10
Berkshire County Historical Society, 53
Berlin, Germany, 10
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, 32
Better Homes and Gardens, 215
Bigler, Brian, 33
Bohemian Club, 219
Bolton, Ralph, 109–10
Boston, Massachusetts, 20, 21, 30, 42, 73, 147–48, 231, 244–45
Boston Architectural Center, 73
Boston Club, 219
Boswell, John, 244, 262
Bowen, Elizabeth, 95
Boyd, Malcolm, 244, 249
Boys in the Band, The, 43, 247
Breckenridge, Elton, 167–68
Brooklyn, New York, 59, 61
Broulliard, Gary, 34, 250
Brown, Willie, 228
Brown University, 91
Bucks County Historical Society, 57
Burlington, Iowa, 209
Bush, Russell, 33, 252, 278n42
Bynner, Witter, 109–10

Cable, George Washington, 83, 95, 219
Caen, Herb, 132
Cahan, Richard, 199
Cahill, Thomas, 244, 276n6
California Preservation Foundation, 136
Canton, Missouri, 209
Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, 98
Carmel, California, 30
Carpenter, Edward, 14, 38, 247, 253–54, 256–57, 279n57, 279n61
Carrick, Alice Van Leer, 259
Cassity, Tyler, 29
Cassville, Wisconsin, 7, 8–9
Castro district, San Francisco, 131, 155
Cather, Willa, 27, 95, 97, 111–15, 255, 279n54
Center Harbor, New Hampshire, 51
Central City, Colorado, 20, 139
Charleston, South Carolina, 19–20, 21, 30, 70, 71, 99–102
Chauncey, George, 62
Chicago, Illinois, 191, 199–200
Churchill, Winston, 59
Clegg, Charles, 139
Cleveland, Ohio, 75
Clum, John, x
Coleman, Bernice and Floyd, 81
Colonial Dames of America, 271n9
Colonial Williamsburg. See Williamsburg
Colorado Historical Society, 117
Columbia University, 62, 64
Concord, Massachusetts, 37–38
Conner, Randy, 280n10
Connors, Dean, 208, 209
Cooksville, Wisconsin, 9, 161–89, 193–94, 205
Coward, Noël, 13
Cram, Ralph Adams, 41
Cripple Creek, Colorado, 139
Crisp, Quentin, 259
Crowley, Louisiana, 235, 238
Cruise, Boyd, 225–27

Daniels, David, 263
Daughters of the American Revolution, 57
Davidson, Alex (pseudonym), 191, 200–203
Davis, Cummings Elsthan, 38
De Bolt, Margaret, 81
Deitcher, David, 252
Delahanty, Randolph, 31, 131
Delavan, Wisconsin, 211–13
Denver, Colorado, 20, 110, 116–20
Derleth, August, 7, 28, 270n10
Dewey, Nelson, 7, 8–9
Dodgeville, Wisconsin, 206
Doty, Mark, 31, 33–34, 43, 44–49, 246
Doylestown, Pennsylvania, 57–58
Drake, Dallas, 26
Drayton Hall Plantation, 99
Dubnoff, Ena, 153
Dubuque, Iowa, 208, 209
Duchscherer, Paul, 146
Dunham, Steve, 191
Duppler, Dana, 203, 204–10
Durham, North Carolina, 91

Eagle Rock, California, 150–55
Earle, Alice Morse, 40
Edenton, North Carolina, 90, 93, 96
Edgerton, Wisconsin, 174–81
Ellis, Havelock, 243, 244
Enfield Shaker Museum, 50
Essex Institute, 40
Evansville, Wisconsin, 4, 8

Fawcett, Georgia, 80
Febres, George, 228–29
Federally Assisted Code Enforcement program, 143–44
Fellows, Marion Spratler, 3–8
Fellows, Will, ix–x, 3–10
Finkelstein, Marty, 83
Fitch, James Marston, 252
Fletcher, Inglis, 83, 95–98
Florence, Robert, 229, 238
Forster, E. M., 32
Fort Madison, Iowa, 209
Fox, Nicols, 32
Franklin, Crystal Westby, 6
French Quarter. See New Orleans
Freud, Sigmund, 243
Friends of 1800 Market, 147
Friends of New Orleans Cemeteries, 238
Frost, Robert, 109–10
Fuchs, Charles, 110, 125–29
Fulton, Wisconsin, 180

Galena, Illinois, 206, 208
Gamble House, 151
Gambone, Philip, 244–45
Garland, Al (pseudonym), 173, 182–85
Garland, Judy, 134–35
Garrison, Jim, 227
Gates, Elmer, 253
Genthe, Arnold, 219–20
Georgetown, Colorado, 20–21, 139
Georgetown, Illinois, 81
Gibson, Charles Hammond, Jr., 42
Gibson House, 42
Gilford, New Hampshire, 50
Gilmore, Joe, 222
Ginsberg, Allen, 259
Glencoe, North Carolina, 92–93
Glessner House, 17
Gloucester, Massachusetts, 39, 55
Golden Spike National Historic Site, 158
Goldsboro, North Carolina, 94
Goodwin, William, 276n3
Gordon, Charles George, 251
Grand Central Station, 17, 59, 136
Gravley, Bob, 42–43
Green, Paul, 97
Greene, Charles S. and Henry M., 151
Greenwich Village, 20, 30, 62–64, 221
Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation, 62
Greska, Curt (pseudonym), 229, 230–34
Gundry, Will, 192, 194
Gurganus, Allan, 83, 84–89, 90

Hall, Clyde, 253, 267n3
Hall, James Norman, 250
Hall, William Weeks, 223–25, 226, 233, 235–36
Hancock Shaker Village, 53, 54
Hannibal, Missouri, 209
Harper's Ferry, West Virginia, 240
Harris, Daniel, 261
Harvey, Andrew, 254, 279n54
Havelock, North Carolina, 95
Hay, Harry, x, 13, 254, 262
Hazel Green, Wisconsin, 206, 208
Hearn, Lafcadio, 219
Hellum, Edgar, 191, 193–99
Herman, Jerry, 82–83
Hewlett, Maurice, 97–98
Historic American Buildings Survey, 19, 225–26, 239–40
Historic Cooksville Trust, 188–89
Historic Denver, 117
Historic Hawaii Foundation, 148
Historic Savannah Foundation, 80, 81
Holland, Leicester, 19
Hollywood, California, 29, 154, 155
Holway, Chester, 9, 166–71, 183–85, 186
Homeplace Plantation, 237
Honolulu, Hawaii, 147–48
Hopcke, Robert, 26, 247
Hosmer, Charles, 217, 228
House Beautiful, 95, 163, 175
Howard, Myrick, 31, 34, 83, 90–94
Hunt, Myron, 152
Huntsville, Alabama, 240

Illinois Institute of Technology, 170
Illinois Wesleyan University, 176
Independence Hall, 57
International Coalition of Art Deco Societies, 108
Irby, William, 217–18, 219, 220

Jackson, John Brinckerhoff, 248
Jacobs, Jane, 21
James, Henry, 97
Jenkynsville, Wisconsin, 208
Johnson, Jerah, 228–29
Johnson, Joe, 203, 211–13
Johnson, Philip, 17, 136
Jost, Richard, 30, 33, 82, 110, 125–29
Judge, Mychal, 250
Jung, Carl, 243, 244

Kahn, Louis, 136
Kaminski, Charles, 135–36
Kane, Harnett, 223, 224, 225, 232, 235
Katy Keene, 236
Kelty, Matthew, 245
Kennedy, Jackie, 136
Keyes, Frances Parkinson, 235
Key West, Florida, 30, 83
Kinsman, Greg (pseudonym), 60, 73–77
Klah, Hastíín, 253
Koch, Richard, 218–19, 220, 223, 225–26
Kramer, Larry, 262, 267n2
Kreisman, Larry, 31, 107–8, 110
Kwok, Ray, 245

Ladies' Home Journal, 164
Lafayette, Indiana, 34, 250
La Jolla Historical Society, 136
Larsen, Michael, 132
Las Cruces, New Mexico, 108–9
Lead Region Historic Trust, 204, 207–10
Leadville, Colorado, 139
Leavitt, David, 255
Leavitt, Don, 43, 50–52
Leominster, Massachusetts, 148
Lexington, Nebraska, 138–39
Liberace, Lee, 31–32, 133–34, 245
Lieber, Eric (pseudonym), 169–70, 172
Little, Roy, 31, 131
Long, Huey, 228
Los Angeles, California, 133–35, 137, 150–55
Lost Colony, The, 97
Loti, Pierre, 95
Loughery, John, 22, 132, 271n22
Louisiana Landmarks Society, 225, 232
Louisiana State University, 220, 231, 232
Lowenthal, Michael, 251
Lustbader, Ken, 32, 34, 60, 61–64
Lyons, Larry, 116–20

MacDermott, David, 29
MacGough, Peter, 29
Macomber, Walter, 19
Macon, Georgia, 79, 80
Madison, Wisconsin, 177–80, 246
March, Harold, 164–65
Marigny Association, 241
Markwell, Ron, 203, 211–13
Marriott, Paul Daniel, 25–26, 59–60
Mattachine Society, 155
Mattakat, Eunice, 182
Maugham, Syrie, 192
Ma Vie en Rose, 269–70n6
Maxwell, Finbar, 246, 277n17
McAvoy, Christy, 155
McCann, Richard, 28
McCormick, Gordon, 197
McKinniss, Rick, 34, 250
Mendelsohn, Daniel, 261
Mercer, Henry Chapman, 57–58
Metropolitan Museum of Art, 39
Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil (Berendt), 79
Mies van der Rohe, Ludwig, 179
Miller, Ken, 26, 110, 116–20
Miller, Neil, 28
Miller, Rick, 50–51
Millikan, Gilbert, 110, 121–24
Mineral Point, Wisconsin, 185, 191–99, 205, 206
Mineral Point Historical Society, 198
Minneapolis, Minnesota, 203, 214–16
Missoula, Montana, 110, 121–24
Mitchell, Mark, 255
Mobile, Alabama, 70
Monterey, California, 30
Montpelier, Vermont, 44–49
Morris, William, 38, 41, 89, 256, 279n57
Mount Horeb Historical Society, 33
Mount Vernon Ladies Association of the Union, 18, 57
Municipal Art Society, 59, 62
Muscatine, Iowa, 209
Muschamp, Herbert, 21

Natchitoches, Louisiana, 233
National Japanese American Historical Society, 147
National Park Service, 18, 21, 74, 117, 158, 224
National Register of Historic Places, 62, 63, 74, 76, 88–89, 113, 114, 116, 169, 199, 207
National Trust for Historic Preservation, 16, 21, 22, 59–60, 69–71, 84, 90–91, 92, 103, 126, 147, 155, 224, 236
National Trust for Places of Historic Interest or Natural Beauty, 279n57
Navarro, Ralph, 250
Neal, Robert, 191–99, 278n32
Neutra, Richard, 136, 152
New Bern, North Carolina, 95, 96
Newburyport Maritime Society, 53
New Hampshire Preservation League, 52
New Iberia, Louisiana, 218, 223–25, 233, 235–36
New Orleans, Louisiana, 19, 20, 21, 30, 217–42, 244, 251–52
New Orleans Arts and Crafts Club, 218, 225
New Orleans Historic District Landmarks Commission, 232
New Orleans Item, 225
New Orleans Little Theater, 20, 218
New Orleans Preservation Resource Center, 232
New Orleans Times-Picayune, 220, 235
Newport, Rhode Island, 127
New York City, 17, 21, 30, 59, 60, 61–64, 135, 151, 153, 215, 221
New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission, 62, 63
New Yorker, 19
New York Landmarks Conservancy, 34, 61, 63
New York Times, 184
Nickel, Richard, 14, 31, 191, 199–200
Nimmons, David, 249, 263
Nocito, James, 32, 34, 60, 65–68
Nohr, Laura, 198
Norton, Rictor, 244, 267–68n2, 268n5
Nutting, Wallace, 276n3

Oak Alley Plantation, 218
Occidental College, 150, 152
Ohio Historical Society, 74
Ohio State University, 74
Old-House Interiors, 15, 34
Old-House Journal, 15, 50, 271n24
Old Sturbridge Village, 53, 55
Opelousas, Louisiana, 236
Organization of Lesbian and Gay Architects and Designers, 62
Owen, Allison, 217

Pace, Randy, 33
Page, Bob, 31, 82
Paglia, Camille, 30, 247, 248, 260, 261, 262
Paoli, Wisconsin, 204–5
Parlange Plantation, 235
Parsons School of Design, 100
Pasadena, California, 150, 151, 157
Pasadena Historical Society, 157
Pater, Walter, 95, 246, 256
Peace Corps, 116, 135, 249–50
Pendarvis, 194–99, 205, 206
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, 223, 225
Pennsylvania Station, 17, 19
Petticoat Junction, 157
Pflum, Dale, 245
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 21, 57
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 58, 83, 245
Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation, 58
Plaisance, Randy, 29, 229, 239–42
Plymouth, New Hampshire, 51
Pomada, Elizabeth, 132
Porter, Cole, 13, 85
Porter, Susan, 161, 166, 188
Port Jefferson, New York, 99–100
Portsmouth, New Hampshire, 53, 55
Preservation, 15, 70
Preservation News (Gurganus), 84, 86–87, 90
Preservation North Carolina, 31, 83, 90–94
Providence, Rhode Island, 21, 91, 148
Provincetown, Massachusetts, 30, 44
Putnam, Connecticut, 55
Pyron, Darden Asbury, 133–34

Quad Cities, 209
Queen Mary, 152
Quincy, Illinois, 209

Rafaty, Laura, 26
Raidl, Jim, 33, 131
Raleigh, North Carolina, 93–94
Ramer, Andrew, 247, 254
Raney, Marvin, 9, 166–71, 178–79, 182, 183–85, 186, 188
Red Cloud, Nebraska, 27, 111–15
Reed, Larry, 9, 168, 170, 171–73, 185, 186–89
Replacements, Ltd., 82
Reutlinger, Richard, 136, 138–46
Richards, David, 110, 121–24
Richards, Jack, 32, 33, 81–82
Richmond, Virginia, 20, 69
Riddle, Dean, 245–46
Riley, Frank, 278n32
Roberts, Wally, 44–49
Rockefeller, John, 88
Rockton, Illinois, 211, 213
Rockville, Maryland, 52
Rowse, A. L., 39, 111, 246, 255, 263
Royalston, Massachusetts, 42–43
Ruskin, John, 279n57

Salem, Massachusetts, 37, 40
Sammons, Mark, 43, 53–56
Samudio, Jeffrey, 137, 150–55
San Diego, California, 135–36
San Diego Historical Resources Board, 136
San Diego Historic Sites Board, 136
San Francisco, California, 21, 30, 31, 75, 131–33, 136, 138–46, 147, 155, 165
San Francisco Architectural Heritage, 145
San Francisco Victoriana, 133
Santa Fe, New Mexico, 30, 109–10
Saternus, Michael, 9, 169, 170–73, 174, 177–81, 182–83, 185, 186–88, 205
Savannah, Georgia, 21, 35, 79–81
Save Our Heritage Organization, 136
Saxon, Lyle, 220–23, 224, 225, 233, 235
Schilke, Harold, 226
Schindler, Rudolph, 135–36, 152
Schlothauer, Cliff, 108–9, 110
School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 167, 193
Schueler, Don, 228
Scott, Natalie, 221
Scott, Walter, 95
Seattle, Washington, 107–8, 110, 125–29
Seattle Architectural Foundation, 108, 126
Seattle Landmarks Preservation Board, 108
Seattle Times, 108
Seger, Robert, 203, 214–16
Sensat, Lloyd, 29, 229, 235–38
Shadows-on-the-Teche, 218, 223–25, 233, 235–36
Shannon, Charles, 8
Shaw, Clay, 227–28
Shenandoah Valley, West Virginia, 73–77
Shorn, Jeffrey, 135–36
Shullsburg, Wisconsin, 206, 207
Simons, Albert, 19–20
Sleeper, Henry Davis, 38–39, 55
Smithsonian Institution, 158
Society for the Preservation of Ancient Tombs, 228
Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities, 22, 41, 55, 154, 207, 271n9, 276n3
Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings, 256
Southbridge, Massachusetts, 55
Southern Accents, 95
Spratling, William, 221
Stein, Arlene, 260
Stock Exchange Building, 200
Stonefield Village, 7
Stonewall Inn, 62, 63
Strawbery Banke Museum, 53, 55
Sullivan, Louis, 31, 199–200
Sutton, Cranford, 83, 103–6
Svehlak, Joseph, 59
Syracuse University, 147

Takano, Gerry, 28, 136–37, 147–49
Tallant, Robert, 220–21
Terkel, Studs, 200
Territorial Enterprise, 139
Thoreau, Henry David, 37–38, 105, 164
Toledo, Ohio, 191
Tryon Palace, 96–97
Tulane University, 218, 221, 225, 239

Uncle Sam plantation, 218, 231
University of Nebraska, 95
University of Southern California, 150, 153
University of Virginia, 70
University of Wisconsin–Madison, 8, 177, 182, 186
University of Wisconsin–Platteville, 8

Van Buren, Martin, estate, 240
Van Trump, James, 32, 58–59, 245
Vassar College, 61
Vaughn, Earl, 211, 213
Victorian Alliance, 133, 145
Victorian Homes, 15
Victorian Society of America, 145
Vieux Carré. See New Orleans
Vieux Carré Property Owners' Association, 241, 242
Virginia City, Montana, 121, 139, 144
Virginia City, Nevada, 139
Von Mahlsdorf, Charlotte, 10–12

Wagner, Richard, 246
Walpole, Horace, 39, 255
Walpole Society, 39–40, 271n9
Warner, Kent, 134–35, 269–70n6
Warner, Ralph, 161–66, 188, 193–94, 197
Warrington, William, 251–52
Wartmann, William, 169, 170, 171, 172, 173, 174–81, 182, 183, 185, 186
Washington, D.C., 20, 30
Washington Post, 77, 127
Wentworth-Coolidge Mansion, 53
Werlein, Elizabeth, 242
Wescott, Glenway, 25
White, Edmund, 260
Whitman, Walt, 15, 250–51
Wilde, Oscar, 248–49, 256–57
Wilke, Jim, 137, 156–59
Willa Cather Pioneer Memorial and Educational Foundation, 111–12
Willacoochee, Georgia, 103–6
Williams, Jim, 28–29, 31, 32, 34, 35, 79–81
Williams, Tennessee, 86
Williamsburg, Virginia, 19, 20, 88, 97, 276n3
Wilson, Samuel, Jr., 217, 225–26
Winckelmann, Johann, 255
Wiota, Wisconsin, 206, 207
Wisconsin Historical Society, 7, 166, 172, 187, 199
Wizard of Oz, The, 134–35
Wolfe, Thomas, 275n12
Woman's Day, 85
Wright, Frank Lloyd, 206

Yost, Jay, 110, 111–15
Young, Allen, 29, 42–43
Young, Dwight, 34, 60, 69–72, 103


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