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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San Francisco, Los Angeles, Saratoga Springs: GLARP, Galaxy, Conversations with the Elders, ASA, GLOE & Friends of 1800 Market, various dates. Six brochures folded to 3.5x8.5 inches, for a variety of elder organizations, conferences, retreats etc., all very good. Friends of 1800 Market brochure for the 2001 Conference in SF...
St. Paul, MN: Quatrefoil Library, 1988-1989. Two Issues, two and three 8.5x11 inch sheets printed both sides and stapled upper-left corner, one photo, reports, news, stats, events, light wear. Simple newsletter for the LGBTQ library. The 1989 appears to have been printed on a dot-matrix printer.
Denver: Gay Coalition of Denver, 1974. [4p] 8.5x11 inches, short announcements, very good newsletter on white stock. Very simple newsletter for the homophile organization with announcements aboyrt the organization's anniversary, the free defense of eleven men arrested for lewd conduct, operating costs, political calendar, Del Martin and Phyllis Lyon reading...
Honolulu: Gay Community Center, 1991. Newspaper. Three issue run of the folded tabloid newspaper, 16p. each, news, reviews, reports, events, services and resources, photos, ads, very good on newsprint. The Island edition of the iconic LGBTQ paper which includes the Bay Area and most of California but with a focus...
Honolulu: Gay Community Center, 1989. Newspaper. 20p., folded tabloid newspaper, photos, ads, resources, features, reviews, listings, very good on newsprint. Above the fold story Gay Soldier Wins Again concerning Perry Watkins who was denied re-enlistment in 1981. Below the fold a death notice for Christine Jorgensen. Lots of Island news and features.
San Francisco: Art Central/Gay Community Center, 1979. Four panel program for the art exhibition, cover image of City Hall outline with Harvey Milk and George Moscone smiling above and hands holding candles below (very faint, poorly-realized line drawing) inside a list of 34 LGBTQ photoagraphers who would be represented and...