The Voice: more than a newspaper; vol. 3, #20, September 25, 1981; SF South of Market, a new view. Paul D. Hardman, Quentin Kopp Sandy Duncan, E. Lee Clifton, Senator Milton Marks.
The Voice: more than a newspaper; vol. 3, #20, September 25, 1981; SF South of Market, a new view

The Voice: more than a newspaper; vol. 3, #20, September 25, 1981; SF South of Market, a new view

San Francisco: Paul D. Hardman Associates, 1981. Newspaper. 40p., tabloid newspaper, 10.5x14 inches, news, reviews, columns, events, extensive gay business directory at rear, photos, art, editorials, lightly-worn, toned, stapled pictorial newsprint.

Cover stories on interview with Sandy Duncan, SOMA, Poppers, West Coast Travel Guide & The Dutch Pogrom of 1730. The bi-weekly became "The California Voice" in the mid-1980s and included a column reporting on Dianne Feinstein's activities as mayor of SF. Mostly an entertainment paper The Voice balanced bar and bath house coverage with political columns and news relating to Gay Liberation.

Cat.No: 239507

Price: $35.00