Bil Browning

Photos: Frank Kameny Lying-In-State

Filed By Bil Browning | November 04, 2011 10:00 AM | comments

Filed in: Gay Icons and History, Living
Tags: Carnegie Library, Frank Kameny, funeral service, gay icons, gay rights, lying-in-state

Unfortunately, I was sick yesterday and couldn't make it to Frank Kameny's lying-in-state service at the Carnegie Library here in DC. Jerame, however, was able to attend and took these photos for us.

When I asked him what he thought of the tribute, he said, "It was a moving tribute to an extraordinary man. It was particularly poignant to see some of his protest signs included as part of the ceremony."


Many more photos after the break.


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A quote made after Abraham Lincoln died is now appropriate for Frank Kameny: "Now he belongs to the ages."