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He joined the Navy and served from 1959 to 1963, leaving with an honorable discharge.
He then enlisted in the Army, serving 1963-1966, stationed at Walsrode, Germany, working with missiles.
The Collection is based on more recent articles on gay rights and gender equality.
Dates range from 1984-2004, with the majority of material in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
The funds raised were donated to homeless charities in Bangor and Portland, although the events were aimed at raising support for the marriage equality referendum on the November 2012 ballot.
The Archives holds organizational papers, books, photos, promotional materials, correspondence and publications, plus a significant number of publications/papers from ACT-UP chapters in the US and abroad.
He returned to the United States, retrieving the car he bought in Germany from Newark Port, New Jersey, and drove to Hartford, Connecticut, planning to stay overnight with family before heading back home to Maine.
While in Hartford he learned that Pratt & Whitney was hiring, so he stayed when he got a job there.
During his childhood, Antonik moved often, as his father served in the U. Air Force, spending time in Florida, Bangor, ME, and France, among other locations.
As a young man in the 1980s, he lived in New York City for eight or nine years, before returning to Maine.