Cultural and educational resource that collects preserves, interprets and shares the culture of the LGBTQ community. Serving as an epicenter of enlightenment to build bridges of cultural understanding in the LGBTQ community and beyond.
Founded in 1973, Stonewall has grown into the largest lending library of its kind in the U.S., with more than 34,000 books and audio-visual materials. The archives contain more than 6 million pages of documents and more than 2,000 objects of critical importance to gay history. Rotating exhibitions, talks and lectures attract thousands to Stonewall each year, enriching the lives of countless others.