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Wichita: The Liberty Press, Inc., 1998. Magazine. 60p. includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, ads, photos, services, listings, columns etc., very good monthly LGBT magazine on newsprint in stapled pictorial wraps, Section Q laid-in. Police entrapment case. There was another Liberty Press out of KC, MO.
Wichita: The Liberty Press, Inc., 1997. Magazine. 56p. includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, ads, photos, services, listings, columns etc., very good monthly LGBT magazine on newsprint in stapled pictorial wraps. Official Souvenir Program for Wichita Pride. There was another Liberty Press out of KC, MO.
Mexico City: Ediciones Alonso, 1956. 332p., stiff cardboard wraps, 5.75 x 8 inches, corners bumped, pages evenly toned, gift inscription on title page else good condition. Dj is worn, with front flap torn off but present. Text in Spanish. First edition. Collection of short critical essays on Latin American women...
Portland, OR: Steering Committee, 1984. Single 8.5x11 inch handbill/mailer, fold crease, soiling on rear, three paragraph report followed by list of the committee members accompanied by facsimile in-plate signatures. Unity and More in'84: Put Power in Diversity. Call for support and contributions.
Miami: Citizens for Human Rights Educators Task Force, . 20p. includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, various excerpts, reprints, letters of support etc., booklet in unbound sheets. The excerpted book was in actuality titled "Now What?" Accompanying the cover excerpt find the Task Force's Statement of Purpose, a letter of support from...
various cities, England: Publications Ltd., 1991-94. Magazine. 48p. each, a mix of b&w and color exhibit photography on coated alkaline paperstock, super-glossy magazine in 11.5x8 inch color wraps (both front and rear covers feature skin). Most issues bear small seller's price stickers that are real work to get off, we.....
San Francisco: Gay & Lesbian Historical Society, 2011. [6p] includes covers, 5.5x8.5 inches, playbill for the event with b&w photo of Joanne Garrett, Anita Onang and Pat parker as Gente on cover, very good. Includes biographical sketches, program schedule for the event at First Unitarian Church in Oakland including African.....