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San Francisco: CUAV, 1981-1996. Eight leaflets and brochures, very good, some with a date helpfully rubberstamped in a corner or on the back by the collector who originally saved them. Includes an announcement of a gay-bashing incident with description of the perpetrator, announcements of report hotlines and advice on using.....
San Francisco: CUAV, 1982-1985. Four leaflets and brochures, generally very good, two with a date helpfully rubberstamped in the corner by the collector who originally saved them. Includes an announcement of a gay-bashing incident with description of the perpetrator, announcements of report hotlines and advice on using a whistle to.....
Evanston IL: the magazine, 1994. Magazine. 64p., illustrations and articles, softbound, an 8.5x5.5 inch staple-fastened magazine. Cover and textblock are coming a little undone with tiny tears near the two staples, cover is rubbed with some crimping, else a sound copy that is entirely free of soil or markings.
Washington DC: US Dept. of Health & Human Services, 1984. Pamphlet. 72p., stapled b&w pictorial wraps, 8.5x11 inches, articles, reports, footnotes, resources, staples rusted, pen mark and light foxing on front wrap, some pen underlining and bracketing otherwise good. DHHS Publication # (OHDS) 84-30338.
Bellflower, CA: Self-published by the author as C&C Hawthorne, 1990. Paperback. [ii]190p., introduction, very good first edition trade paperback original in pictorial wraps. The author was the victim of sexual abuse by her father and grandfather while living in a small Texas town. No holdings located in OCLC as of.....
Washington DC: U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1975. Pamphlet. Respectively 44, 25p., two pamphlets softbound in 8.5x5.5 inch stapled wraps, matching formats; laid into one is an introductory letter on HEW letterhead. "The Diagnostic Process" with small sticker scar on front wrap and top corner of rear wrap.....
New York: Crown Publishers, 1993. Hardcover. xxv, 213p., foreword, introduction, afterword, near-fine first edition, first printing stated in quarter-cloth boards and bright unclipped dj. Tony Johnson was physically and sexually abused by his parents and their friends as a child. He was later adopted and eventually contracted AIDS.
San Francisco: Freedom Voices, 2000. 75p., trade-size wraps, King has inscribed to poet Ed Mycue, lower corner of entire book is somewhat bent owing to careless shelving; clean and otherwise sound, a good copy. She worked for years as secretary in the SF planning dept, many poems appears to have.....
San Francisco: La casa de las Madres, 1985. [4p] includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, articles, news, events, services and resources, photos, donors, lightly worn, folded in thirds for mailing, else very good condition addressed to lesbian activist and Daughters of Bilitis co-founder Phyllis Lyon. The organization offers shelter, advocacy and support.....