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Los Angeles: NewsWest, 1976. Newspaper. 48p., folded tabloid newspaper, ads, services, reviews, news, columns, worn newsprint. Cover stories on Van De Kamp, Pines, City Council meeting, police chief Ed Davis out of control. Subsequent title "Out!" Only 7 holdings located in OCLC as of 1/2015.
Paris: Editions S.A.N., 1977. Magazine. 52p., 8x10.5 inches, text in French, illustrated with b&w film stills, stage production photos & full-frontal male nudes, lightly-worn entertainment magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Very similar to "After Dark" magazine only with less cennsorship. Film, Dance, Stage reviews with an emphasis on the homo-erotic.....
Los Angeles: Christopher St. West at Peace Press, . Single 8.5x11 inch offset printed handbill for the 1971 parade in Hollywood illustrated with a linocut by DeRosa, very good. Announces the second Gay Pride Parade held on Hollywood Boulevard. After no other printer would agree to print this handbill, the.....
New York: Traveller's Companion/Olympia Press, 1971. Paperback. 162p., ads, worn first edition PBO in original camp pictorial wraps. Gay pulp fiction. Young 1462* The Other Traveller TC -514. Hansen's story centers on two lovers -- one white, one black -- caught up in the militancy of the late 1960s. Young.....
Bay Head: U.T.T.S., United Transvestite and Transsexual Society, [1980S]. Paperback. [30p] 5.5x8.5 inches, explicit drawn illustrations and b&w photographs, personal ads, very good glossy first edition booklet in stapled pictorial wraps. Crossdressers Story Book Series Number 6. UTTS was formed in 1973 and began publishing a newsletter. These books began.....
New York: Wholesale Book Corp./Mutrix Books, [1960s]. Magazine. 58p., 5x7 inches, illustrations, first edition booklet in worn stapled pictorial wraps. A Mutrix Publication. Fifth installment in a series. Gene Bilbrew aka Eneg aka Bondy was an African American fetish artist from Los Angeles. Irving Klaw was the publisher of Nutrix.....
San Francisco: the Fund, . 4p., 8.5x11 inch informational article/fundraising letter, wraps folded and slightly worn. On the firing of Raines from his position as managing director of San Francisco's War Memorial Opera House, citing anti-gay comments by War Memorial trustees as the reason for their action.
New York: Dialog Publications, 1969. 38p., stapled wraps, 8.5x11 inches, wraps lightly worn else very good condition. Special issue on Walt Whitman, with contributors including Langston Hughes, Kirby Congdon, Clarence Major, and many others, with art by Hugo Gellert, Jacob Lawrence, Rockwell Kent, and others.
Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, 1972. Hardcover. vi, 218p. + 4p. photos, first edition in cloth boards and unclipped, slightly edgeworn dj. Includes Huey Newton's "Letter to the Revolutionary Brothers and Sisters...", Witman's "Gay Manifesto" and Goodman's "Memoirs of an Ancient Activist"