This section includes literature by gay authors, as well as nonfiction works on related subjects, and the ephemera of gay and transgender political and social organizations. Many items that are relevant to the broader LGBTQ+ movement will also be found listed in the Lesbian studies section.
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San Francisco: Mfg. by Dave Valentine, 1973. Oval button, about 2.75 inches across, in a slightly convex shape so that the lips appear to bulge out. Sweet Lips, a.k.a. Richard Walters, was a columnist for the Bay Area Reporter focusing on the gay gossip of the Polk and Tenderloin areas.....
Vancouver: Metropolitan Vancouver Athletic & Arts Association, 1988. Newspaper. 8p., folded tabloid newspaper, articles, photos, teams, resources, very good on newsprint. Below the fold article on San Francisco Athletics dissolving the organization and passing on sponsorship of the games by Summer of 1989.
San Francisco: The Center, [1980s?]. Six-panel brochure folded to 3.5x8.5 inches, list of bullet-point questions teens ask themselves, Who we are, services we offer, very good on heavy orange stock with drawing of hands and flower on front panel, hand-corrected phone number. The Center was a division of the City.....
New York: Lesbian and Gay Community Services Center, 1989-91. Six issues, various pagination, 5.5x8.5 inches, photos, reviews of Broadway and Off Broadway shows, very good first edition booklets in stapled pictorial wraps. Issues include: 2:7, 11, 12, 3:2June/July 1990 & April 1991. At some point the publishers dropped the volume.....
Los Angeles: The Gay & Lesbian Community Services Center, 1986. Magazine. [40p] 8.5x11 inches, program for the event, photos, ads, very good souvenir program in glossy white stapled pictorial wraps. The event took place November 22, 1986 at the Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles Ballroom and starred Miss Peggy Lee.....
Chico, CA: Stonewall Alliance of Chico, 1991-1996. Five issues, various pagination, 8.5x11 inches, stapled sheets and booklets, news, features, eventys, resources, photos, calendars, local ads, some hole-punch otherwise very good newsletters. Issues included are: 1:Winter/Spring 1991, 1:10 Summer 1993, 2:1, Jan. 1996, 2:7 July 1996 & 2:10 Oct. 1996. Several.....
San Francisco, CA: Change, 1972. Newspaper. 8p., folded tabloid newspaper, features, photos, comic strip, evenly toned, worn, stamped "Received" on cover, adress label on rear wrap else good condition on newsprint. Cover stories are "Elections", "Gay at Work", "Strike at Foremost", and "Welfare"
Madison: University YMCA Community Center, 1993. Magazine. 72p., 8.5x10.75 inches, features, essays, reviews, illustrations, wraps worn, old price sticker on front wrap else very good magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Formerly known as "M. gentle men for gender justice". Includes a special section on masculinity and mutliculturalism.
San Francisco: TGSF/ Transgender San Francisco formerly ETVC, Inc., 2000-2004. Magazine. Seven issue broken run, various pagination, 8.5x11 inches, illustrated with b&w photos, lightly-worn newsletters in stapled wraps with 3-hole punch in left margin for binding. House organ for transgender organization. Originally called ETVC Newsletter up until about volume 16.....
San Francisco: Childcare Subcommittee, Lesbian/Gay Freedom Day Celebration, 1982. 8.5x14 inch handbill, several creases, some foxing. "We lesbians and gay men must ally ourselves with children and young people and let them see we are not monstres as the Briggs, the Anitas, the Moral Majority and the media portray us...".....
San Francisco: Citizens News, [1965?]. 4p., folded tabloid newspaper format on white heavier stock. Excerpts from the Wolfenden Report, Towards a Quaker View of Sex, and other documents which were included at one time with issues of Guy Strait's Citizens News and as reprints individually.
San Francisco: The Church for Unity and Service, 1983. Single 8.5x11 inch sheet printed recto-only, red ink on white stock, portrait of Rev. Charles Thorpe, announcement and other info, very good. Announcement for a special service on Sunday, June 26, 1983 for Lesbian/Gay Freedom Day Parade. Fifth year the Church.....