San Francisco: Bo Jangles Club, [1970s]. Seven handbills and a business card. The handbills are four single 8.5x11 inch sheets printed one side with show information, three smaller approx. 5.5x8.5 inch printed white sheets and a single 3x4.25 inch business card, light wear to several otherwise very good.
Bo Jangles was a gay club on Larkin and Ellis Streets in San Francisco from around 1970 to 1976 when it became Oil Can Harry's. According to a passage in Red Jordan Arobateau's book "Autumn Changes" the club catered to an all-Black gay and tranny clientele including Black lesbians. A collection of fliers from the 1970s.