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: Community United Against Violence, 1984-1988. Thirteen issue broken run of the newsletter, various pagination, 8.5x11 inches, news, services, resources, events, photos, very good, some stapled, some nested sheets. San Francisco-based organization formed to counter-act gay-bashing and other acts of violent aggression of the streets of San Francisco. Issue...
Kansas City, MO: AMR Pub. and GreyMatters, 1995-1998. Magazine. Twenty-six issue broken run of the magazine on newsprint, mild wear and toning, ads, news, editorials, features, events, services, resources. stapled wraps. Issues include: 5:20, 24, & 39; 6:4, 6, 10, 14, 21, 22, 34, 36, & 41; 7:27, 40-43; 8:2, 3, 7, 10,12,15, 21, 22 & 24.
Brooklyn: David James Press & the Golden Gate Business Association & the Tavern Guild of San Francisco, 1987. 24-panel, 4x9 inch fold-out map brochure with ads, published by the gay travel specialists. List bars, discos, restaurants, shops, services, and other attractions, very good condition.
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"
Cleveland: Dignity Cleveland, 1977. Single sheet issue of the newsletter on 8.5x11 inch sheet printed both sides with calendar of events, a message from Max the Dignity president, several short articles, minor edgewear and toning. Cheaply produced newsletter relating to gay rights and religious views.
Berkeley: Bay Area Research Collective, 1976. Magazine. 57p., wraps, corners bumped, some browning else good condition, 7x8.5 inches. Last issue published. The BARC was a pro-SLA propaganda group that supported the armed left underground of the mid-1970s. NWLF, trial statements by Emily and Bill Harris, criticism of the George Jackson...
Durham: Durham N.O.W., 1973. Two 8.5x11 inch sheets printed recto-only, mimeographed, includes information on the feminist organizations upcoming book fair, credit survey, rape crisis committee and fundraising projects. Also an application form. Stapled top-center, stamp and handwritten addresses on rear (Feminist Newsletter in Chapel Hill) Mild wear and fold crease.....
San Francisco: n.pub. . 8.5x11 inch handbill, very good, announcing a lesbian and gay gathering in San Francisco with a march to the Marina district. Costumes and drag are encouraged. Undated, but the March 26th event fell on a Saturday, making 1983 possible, and this was a high point of...