San Francisco: Coyote Howls, 1977. Five 8.5x11 inch sheets stapled together, plus a separate press release from the same event about St. James' plan to announce her run for the presidency at the Ball. Some foxing and edgewear.
Cover sheet is a picture of Victoria Woodhull with two biographical paragraphs; she was viewed as a pioneer by St. James because she was also a prostitute and activist who ran for president. Titles of other sheets are "San Francisco's Mardi Gras: what to expect," "Margo St. James: the trick is not getting caught," "Coyote's mentor: Victoria Woodhull," with the last sheet listing personnel involved in the Hookers Ball. The presidential campaign announcement begins "Riding atop an elephant, Margo St. James, former prostitute, will announce her candidacy for president of the US as a 'favorite daughter' candidate on the Republican ticket."