Los Angeles: Christopher Street West, 1990. Magazine. 68p., 8.25x11 inches, maps, articles, event schedule, photos, ads, color centerfold illustration of the Festival grounds, services and resources, very good souvenir program in stapled glossy pictorial wraps. Twentieth anniversary of the West LA Pride march.
Los Angeles: Christopher Street West, 1993. Magazine. 74p., 8.5x11 inches, maps, articles, event schedule, photos, ads, color centerfold illustration of the Festival grounds, services and resources, very good souvenir program in stapled glossy pictorial wraps. Twentieth anniversary of the West LA Pride march.
Los Angeles: Self-published by the photographer, 1979. Photograph. 8x10 inch landscape format color photo of the float representing The Odyssey discotheque in Los Angeles, mild dampstain along upper edge of photo otherwise good and bright. Photographer unknown. The float had an 8 foot high set of flower letters spelling out...
Paris: RadioFG, 1999. Magazine. 96p. includes covers, 5.75x9 inches, text in French, news, reviews, events, entertainment guide, photos, services and resources, ads, very good digest-size magaxzine in stapled pictorial wraps. Gay entertainment guide published by an LGBT radio station in Paris.
Oakland: Diana Press, 1977. 5.5x6 inch postcard, with photo of San Francisco with "Dear Anita..." written on it on one side and a list of Diana Press publications on the other. Anita Bryant was leading an anti-gay movement at this time. The faux inscription resembles holograph but is printed "in plate"
San Francisco: n.pub. . 8.5x11 inch handbill, toned edges, mildly creased from folding to fit inside standard envelope. Calls on lesbians, gay men, and Third World gays to "Stop the Gay Freedom Day corporate board from eliminating the general membership and community involvement in the Gay Freedom Day parade and...
San Francisco: Gay Freedom Day Committee, 1977. 8.5x11 inch brochure, opens to a 17x23 inch broadside printed both sides, includes a calendar for events surrounding the event (which later became the Pride Parade), with ads for gay businesses around the perimeter, heavy foxing. Lists readings and appearances by Scrumbly, Paul...