Resources available include lesson plans for educators, supplemental material for exhibitions, and links to other LGBTQ+ history exhibitions and collections around Pennsylvania.
The Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archives includes a list of its collections, links to oral history interview videos, links to digital exhibits and videos on LGBTQ+ history topics in the Lehigh Valley and other information about this community archives and history project.
New Hope Celebrates History includes digital collections, digital exhibits and other information about this project in the New Hope/Bucks County area.
The Pittsburgh Queer History Project includes digital collections, digital exhibits and other information about this project.
The Queer Archives Project at Lafayette College in Easton, PA is a campus-based archival project with digital collections, transcriptions and videos of oral history interviews and other information.
This online exhibit is based on the exhibit “Speaking Out For Equality: The Constitution, Gay Rights & the Supreme Court” held at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia, PA, in 2015-2016, and tells the story of this courageous movement for justice and equality.
The York County History Center's online exhibit "In Plain Sight: York's Hidden LGBT History," is an interactive map of local LGBT locations throughout York County. Locations include bars, a hospice house, a theater, and a studio space.
The Society of American Archivists Lavender Legacies Project lists institutions and organizations with LGBTQ+ history collections around the nation.