Span Dates: 1936-1987
Volume: 27 linear ft.
The Louie Crew papers consist of correspondence, writings, subject files, miscellaneous printed matter, photos, books, and journals documenting Crew’s professional activities as a professor of English and his activism in the Episcopal Church. A good deal of the correspondence and subject files relate to his involvement with Integrity, the Episcopal organization for LGBT issues which he founded. Major additions to the collection are currently being processed.
Louie Crew is a gay Episcopal activist. For more biographical information, see his profile in the Profile Gallery of this website.
A finding aid is being prepared. Contact the Labadie Collection for further information.
The papers are located in the Labadie Collection of Special Collections Department at the Hatcher Library of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Church work with gays -- United States,
Clergy -- Political Activity,
Gay Clergy -- United States,
Gay liberation movement -- Religious aspects,
Gays -- Religious Life,
Gays -- United States -- History -- 20th Century -- Sources,
Homosexuality -- History -- 20th century,
Homosexuality -- Religious aspects -- Christianity,
National Gay Task Force,