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Boston: Warren's, under the superintendence of Mr. S.B. Heald, n.d. 2.5x4.25 inch card with mounted image of the actress, reverse printed with the studio's information, some scarring to reverse as if removed from an album, as well as a later pen inscription reading "America's Sarah Siddons / First inter national.....
Oakland: the Club, 1951. Standard generic one cent pre-printed postcard of the time, with mimeographed message on the verso inviting the recipient to the meeting and installation of officers of the African American women's club, originally founded in 1913. Unaddressed, very good; minor smudges from time of printing.
Berkeley: Women of Color Resource Center, 1999. 42p., 7x8.5 inches, staple-bound, cream-colored wraps with sepia image and print, mild soiling (food fleck), a mouse has nibbled on the upper spine for 2.5 inches, chipped along nibble, as is. Poetry written by women of color in two homeless shelters and in.....
Tallahassee: Florida Free Press, 1971. Single sheet folded to make four-panel brochure, newsprint evenly toned, minor edge tears; contact address for a women's community newspaper penned in margin of front panel. Densely-packed listings in small font of feminist resources, underground newspapers, and other "new media efforts."
Tallahassee: Florida Free Press, 1971. Single sheet folded to make four-panel brochure, newsprint evenly toned, ex-library with ownerhsip stamp on front wrap else very good condition. Densely-packed listings in small font of feminist resources, underground newspapers, and other "new media efforts."
Los Angeles; Bay Ridge: local NOW chapters, 1980. Two staplebound 8.5x11 inch leaflets, three pages each, very good. The first item is a statement by the Los Angeles NOW chapter accusing many members of writing off the ERA as unwinnable; it calls for a delay in the election of new.....
n.p. 2016, 2017. Two issues of the staplebound poetry journal founded and edited by Collin Schuster, 8.5x11 inches, very good. Number 4 is a women's issue, with Women's March cover theme, including works by Eileen Tabios, Joanna Fuhrman, Lydia Cortes, Yoko Onomo, Ruth Lepson, and others.
New York: OWL Publishing Collective, 1972-. Eleven issues of the periodical, all 8.5x11 inches, two issues worn and stained, otherwise very good. Subtitle evolved over time, with later issues "By and for older women." Issues present are vol. 1 nos. 2, 4, 16; vol. 3 no. 3 and two different.....
San Francisco: Blush Productions, 1985. 17x22 inch poster, strip of dust soil at lower left bottom edge. "Private Pleasures and Shadows" was the first lesbian porn film accepted at Frameline Film Festival. See Comella and Tarrant, "New Views on Pornography: Sexuality, Politics, and the Law," page 175.