Jon C. Greaves Jr. Collection, 1987-2013
A collection of materials accumulated by Jon C. Greaves, an activist in the LGBT community in Cobb County and Atlanta, Georgia, that documents his interest in gay and lesbian civil rights, women's reproductive rights, and hate crimes. Mr. Greaves was a founding member of the Cobb Citizens Coalition, a group formed to protest the Cobb County Board of Commissioner's resolutions regarding community standards and arts funding in 1993.
Copyright for materials created by Jon C. Greaves are retained by the author. Mr. Greaves granted Kennesaw State University a non-exclusive license to make these items available to users. Rights for published materials that are still under copyright protections are retained by the copyright holders. To request permission to publish, reproduce, publicly display, broadcast, or distribute this material in any format outside of fair use, users should contact the Kennesaw State University Archives to determine rights and rightsholders.
Jon C. Greaves, Joan Rivers, and Gary Thacker in Agra, India (Kennesaw State University Archives, 2000-04)
Jon C. Greaves as a teenager (Kennesaw State University Archives, 2016-04-18)Digitized black and white photograph of Jon C. Greaves as a teenager, ca. 1972.
Jon Greaves' partner, Gary Thacker, whitewater rafting (Kennesaw State University Archives, 2016-04-13)Digitized color photograph of Gary Thacker, Jon Greaves' partner, whitewater rafting, ca. 2002.
David Greer Neubecker and Jon C. Greaves with friends in New York City (Kennesaw State University Archives, 2016-04-13)Digitized color photograph of (left to right) David Greer Neubecker and Jon C. Greaves with friends in New York City, 1994-07-27
Jon C. Greaves and David Greer Neubecker at the first Human Rights Campaign dinner in Atlanta (Kennesaw State University Archives, 1988)Digitized color photograph of Jon C. Greaves (standing) and David Greer Neubecker (sitting) at the first Human Rights Campaign dinner in Atlanta, Georgia, 1988.