As Long as We Both Shall Love: The White Wedding in Postwar America

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

ARCHIVAL COLLECTIONS

American Jewish Archives (Cincinnati, Ohio)

Center for Communal Studies, University of Southern Indiana (Evansville, Indiana)

Center for the Study of History and Memory, Indiana University (Bloomington, Indiana)

Falmouth Historical Society (Falmouth, Massachusetts)

Iowa Women’s Archives, University of Iowa (Iowa City, Iowa)

Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction, Indiana University (Bloomington, Indiana)

Lyndon Baines Johnson Presidential Library, University of Texas (Austin, Texas)

Smithsonian Institute, National Museum of American History Archives Center (Washington, DC)

Sophia Smith Collection, Smith College (Northampton, Massachusetts)

Tamiment Library, New York University (New York, New York)

University Archives, University of Missouri (Columbia, Missouri)


FILMS

The Best Years of Our Lives. Dir. William Wyler. DVD. 1946. MGM, 2000.

Bride Wars. Dir. Gary Winnick. DVD. 2009. Twentieth Century Fox, 2009.

Father of the Bride. Dir. Vicente Minnelli. 1950. DVD. Warner Home Video, 2003.

The Golden Chalice. Produced by U.S. Naval Photographic Center. 66 minutes. MP 464. LBJ Library, Austin, Texas. Transferred from Allied Video Master.


SOURCES

Adelman, Marcy, ed. Long Time Passing: Lives of Older Lesbians. Boston: Alyson Publications, Inc., 1986.

Allyn, David. Make Love, Not War: The Sexual Revolution, an Unfettered History. New York: Little, Brown, 2000.

Anderson, David L. The Vietnam War. New York: Palgrave, 2005.

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