Running Nov. 15, 2013, through Feb. 28, 2014: Vicki Marlane: I’m Your Lady, a new multimedia exhibit spotlighting the life of Vicki Marlane, a transwoman and drag performer who got her start as a carny in the early 1950s, rose to fame as a female impersonator in the 1960s, and in her third act, became a beloved San Francisco community icon leading shows at Aunt Charlie’s Lounge until her death at age 76 in 2011.
4127 18th St.
San Francisco, CA 94114
(between Castro &
Days & Hours
Monday & Wednesday – Saturday:
11 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Sunday: Noon – 5 p.m.
California Students (with ID): $3.00
First Wednesday of the Month: Free for all visitors (sponsored by the Bob Ross Foundation).
Programs & Events
The museum regularly sponsors programs and events such as history talks, panels, author readings and film showings. For the latest listings, visit the GLBT Historical Society home page
- Exhibit celebrating transgender pioneer Vicki Marlane premieres at GLBT History Museum (sfexaminer.com)
- Day Around The Bay: Honoring Vicki Marlane (sfist.com)