National STONEWALL Veterans' Association
Past S.V.A. Ambassadress
On display for the whole wide world to see:
Miss Jackie Barrett
[From the Jackie W. Barrett Collection for the S.V.A. Archives Project]
Shown on top row (L-2-R): Mentor Ruth with Jackie, two pix with blond Barry, James-Deanish Frankie and (drum roll)... Jackie as a boy! Second row shows Aunt Alice, Ruth, Barry, Frankie and, again, Jackie when she was a good-looking boy named Jack! Third row shows Aunt Alice (with shades) and Uncle Bob from Buffalo, NY. In the fourth row, pictures 3, 4 and 5 show Ricky with Jackie. In the 5th row to the far right is Jackie with another handsome fella (white tee shirt) Gene.
Jackie Barrett Collage #2
Wonderful behind-the-scenes pix of Stonewall Era-plus entertainer Jackie Barrett
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"The Stonewall Club was my favorite of all the many gay bars and gay clubs for two simple reasons: one, it had dancing and I loved to dance, dance, dance; and two, I could walk there!"
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Jackie Barrett Collage #3
The above photographs of Jackie are mostly taken in Baltimore, Maryland.
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Jackie Barrett Collage #4
Interesting photo collage of the legendary entertainer Jackie Barrett
[S.V.A. Archives Project from the Jackie Barrett Collection]
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After an absence of many years, since she moved from New York to Florida a quarter-of-a-century ago in 1981, Jackie Barrett reactivated with the STONEWALL Rebellion Veterans' Association ("S.V.A.") years ago. In an exclusive grant arrangement with the S.V.A. in April of 2005, Jackie contracted her expansive and valuable collection of vintage photographs, costume wardrobe, autographed photos, documents, memorabilia, artwork, diaries, mementos, etc. from the now historic Stonewall Era. At the monthly membership meeting of the S.V.A. in October of 2005, Jackie was nominated for Ambassadress by Stonewall veterans Storme DeLarverie, Ruth Campbell and Rose Giordano. At the annual S.V.A. Election Meeting in November of 2005, Jackie was unanimously elected to the literally international position of S.V.A. Ambassadress. As of 2006 and beyond, Jackie Barrett actively represents the S.V.A. and speaks with S.V.A. officials at least thrice weekly. In March of 2006, the "In The Life" national television show pre-interviewed Jackie for an upcoming feature centered on the Stonewall veterans. They interviewed interesting Jackie spanning two telephone hours from New York to Florida.
As the S.V.A.'s Ambassadress, one of the national Gay, Lesbian, Bi and Transgender ("GLBT") organizations that Jackie is seeking the renewed (after several years) on-again/off-again support of is the supportive Human Rights Campaign ("HRC") for GLBT rights and concerns. The S.V.A. receives the latest updates on the HRC from Jackie regularly. Jackie reaches out to other GLBT organizations to inform them of the legendary exitence and the continued importance of the S.V.A. Miss Barrett is also dedicated and busy with her dozens of "babies" -- her beloved cats and those of the neighborhood and beyond.
Jackie Barrett with a revealing relative and in revealing poses and
The three photos with the older-than-Jackie woman is her mother "Ma".
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Jackie Barrett Collage #6
Miss Jackie Bee with another entertainer (the blonde) and the
top guy a hot
The blonde woman was Jackie's entertainer and dear friend Jeanne Burns.
Miss Jeanne was a pianist and songstress appearing at Greenwich Village venues.
The oder gentleman (lower left) with print shirt was labeled as "Joe & Me".
Notc: The performance poster on the wall of the club: Jackie Burns!
Among the 100-plus collage pages of Jackie Barrett are the following celebritorious people!
Here are many people in my pics which are on 100 composites of collages:
Martin Luther King Jr., Bella Abzug, Ed Koch, Jesse Jackson, George Carlin,
Lenny Bruce, Polly Bergen, Michael Griffith, Frances Faye, Wallace Hamilton,
Alan Ginsberg, Quentin Crisp, Carmen McRae, Betty Friedan, Gloria Steinem,
Betty Buckley, Carol Channing, Ann Miller, Liz Torres, Joan Baez, Mimi Farina,
Phil Ochs, Richard Farina, Geraldine Page, Angela Lansbury, Jimi Hendrix,
Phyllis Diller, Janis Joplin, Bob Dylan, Honey Harlow, Tennessee Williams,
Truman Capote, Martha Raye, Peter Allen, Liza Minnelli, Henry Jacobs,
Barry Gibbs, Bette Midler, Barry Manilow, Lou Reed, Frances Faye, Fran Warren,
Constance Ford, Eartha Kitt, Neal Peters, Sarah Vaughn, Julie Wilson,
Grace Jones, Bobby Short, Elaine Stritch, Williamson, Mick and Bianca Jagger,
David Bowie, Andy Warhol and entire Factory Group, Halston, Calvin Klein,
Blaze Starr, Tempest Storm, Lou Reed, Nico and The Velvet Underground,
Tally Brown, John Waters, Georgia Sothern, Barry Gibb & The Bee Gees,
Bayard Rustin, Felice Picano, Sal Mineo, Camille Sands, Sylvia Miles,
Queen Allyson Allante, The Manhattan Transfer, Ruthybird, Tish Touchette
and the Village People! These are just many of the celebrities over the
decades off the top of my head! Ohh, and John Lindsay, Geraldine Ferraro,
Glenn Close, Jeri Southern, Storme DeLarverie, Kinky Friedman & The Texas
Jewboys, Candy Darling, Tommy Dowling, Tammy Novak, Pat Suzuki, Terri
Van Dyke, Dionne Warwick, Zolita.... What a truly exciting life!!!!!
---------- Miss Jackie Barrett
[Celebrity pals and associates of Jackie Bee updated 5 October 2013]
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Jackie W. Barrett Collage #7
Miss Jackie Bee was re-elected unanimously once again as the esteemed -- and sometimes steamed -- S.V.A. Ambassadress at the annual S.V.A. election meeting in late December 2007. Among Jackie's special assignments are as the representative, negotiator and facilitator with national and statewide Gay, Lesbian, Bi and Transgender ("GLBT") organizations such as the Human Rights Campaign ("HRC"). The HRC is a GLBT civil rights organization primarily informing on GLBT issues and concerns and, therefore, influencing political groups, public officials and candidates for public office.
Classic profile of Miss Jackie Barrett
48th Anniversary of the GLBT Stonewall Rebellion =====
[Friday night, June 27 ~through~ Thursday evening, July 3, 1969, Manhattan, New York City]
[Sunrise: 2 May 1941 - Sunset: 13 June 2014]