This section includes literature by lesbian authors, as well as nonfiction works on related subjects, and the ephemera of lesbian political and social organizations. Many items that are relevant to the broader LGBTQ+ movement will also be found listed in the Gay studies section.
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Minneapolis: Cernent Corp. 1994. Newspaper. 8p. folded tabloid newspaper, Quatrefoil Library stamp on cover, light toning otherwise very good on newsprint, color photos on cover and at centerfold. Debut issue. AIDS Pledge Walk cover story and centerfold. AIDS, LGBTQ rights, politics, arts news and reviews, opinion, services and resources. As...
Frankfurt: Verlag Roter Stern, 1972. 139 p., illustrated wraps, somewhat worn with spine tear at bottom. Collection of German translations of works by American feminists, with B&W illustrations. Authors of original texts include Marge Piercy, Jayne West, Frances M. Beal, Anne Koedt, Pamela Kearon, etc.
Boston: Park Square Advocates, Inc./G.L.A.D., 1981. Four panel newsletter, 8.5x11 inches, 11 reports, contribution form, very good on yellow stock. Stamped as Advertising Supplement Gay Community News. Reports on the Gay Pride Parade, Police Entrapment, Lesbians and Gays and the Military etc.
San Francisco: G40 + Club and Prime Timers, 1975-2003. Thity-three pieces, various pagination and sizes, a very broken run of the newsletter (the name changed to Mentor for awhile then became Prime Timers) mild wear, creasing. Social organization formed in San Francisco in 1973 for gay people over 40 years...
San Francisco: GLBT Historical Society, 2006. Magazine. 16p. includes covers, 5.5x8.5 inches, event program, ads, staff, supporters, very good booklet in stapled green and whit pictorial wraps with Billie Jean King playing tennis image on cover. King was the recipient of the 2006 Walker Award along with Esera Tuaolo.
San Francisco: Gay Atheists League of America, 1989. Magazine. 28p., 5.5x8.5 inches, photos, features, very good gay freethought magazine, in stapled pictorial wraps. Includes a section of key opponents to gays including Anita Bryant, Eddie Murphy, J. Edgar Hoover, Jesse Helms et al compared to a section og gays in...
San Francisco: Gay Atheists League of America, 1979. Magazine. 24p., 5.5x8.5 inches, illustrations, articles, events, services and resources, very good booklet in stapled gray wraps. "Anti-Gay Christian Fundamentalists Descend on Washington cover story. Also Semitism and the Sodomy Statute part 2.
San Francisco: Valencia Rose, 1983. Single 8.5x11 inch handbill printed one-side-only listing four Tuesday evening shows for ugust with photos, mild wear otherwise very good on yellow stock. The Valencia Rose, an LGBTQ comedy club and performance space, was created by Ron Lanza in 1981 and the main attraction at...