Digital Transgender Archive (DTA)
An online hub for digitized historical materials, born-digital materials, and information on archival holdings throughout the world. Based in Worcester, Massachusetts at the College of the Holy Cross, the DTA is an international collaboration among more than twenty colleges, universities, nonprofit organizations, and private collections.
TransasCity History Page
Features separate pages on selected trans women and female impersonators, and - really useful - a newsbank of over 400 news clippings 1951-94.
Vidensbanken om kønsidentitetA Danish encyclopedia on things trans, compiled by Tina Thranesen.
A GLBT wiki from an Italian perspective
Transfofa em Blog
Eduarda Alice Santos' trans news-aggregation. The best that there is - all the way back to 2005.
A short-lived, 2008-9, blog on trans biography that featured some interesting stories.
Kay Brown's Transsexual, Transgender, and Intersex History...
Yvonne Sinclair of the London TV/TS Group
Christine Bard's survey of French masculine women
The International Journal of Transgenderism
The first 6 volumes, 1997 - 2002, were, and are, available to the public. Subsequent volumes went behind a pay wall.
Gendys Conference Archive
The Gendys Conferences were held every two years for over a decade from 1990 until 2004. This website preserves many of the presentations as an historical record.
Louise Lawrence Transgender Archive
A small wiki (fewer than 200 trans persons) with idiosyncrasies such as listing Charlotte Bach under her male name.
UK LGBT Archive
Transsexual Women's Successes
Lynn Conway's pioneering site re trans women.
Lynn Conway's pioneering site re trans men.
One of the earliest online sites that featured out trans women. It was curated by an Australian known only as David, a trans-attracted men. The site lasted 1998-2001. It was also one of the first sites to expose fake-transgender person. The site was destroyed when GeoCities was re-organised in 2001.
Queer Music Heritage
Lots of trans musicians. No single entry point specifically for trans, but start at
Queer Story Files
Includes a fair number of trans stories.
FranceCulture: Les transidentités
Drag King History
Hi! I'm Elza and I'm from Brazil!ReplyDelete
I just wanted to comment here saying how nice it is that blogs and sites like this exist. It's really important that we have access to trans history. Keep up the good work and thank you so much!