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The Faulkner Morgan Archive, Inc. collects, preserves, and promotes the lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and queer history of Kentucky.
Founded in 2014, we are dedicated to telling Kentucky’s LGBTQ story. In a few short years, we have shared this story from New York to San Francisco and throughout the Commonwealth, co-sponsoring Kentucky’s first historic marker to LGBTQ history, mounting exhibits, and giving frequent talks.
The Faulkner Morgan Archive currently houses 15,000 items and more than 250 hours of recorded interviews. Our collections span 200 years of history, representing individuals, events, and institutions across Kentucky’s diverse LGBTQ spectrum, creating a rich resource for activists, scholars, artists, and museums.
The Faulkner Morgan Archive is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization managed by a board of directors chaired by our co-founders, Robert Morgan and Dr. Jonathan Coleman.