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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Ingelheim am Rheine: Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, 2003. 13x11 inch wall chart printed both sides in color, front side depicting stages of HIV infextion with color graphic and verso a wall chart of daily dosing of available antiretroviral agents with color photos of the capsules and caplets.
Oakland: New York Foundation for the Arts, n/a. Magazine. 8.5x11 inch professionally illustrated high quality cover and wraps. 65pp., slight edgeware on cover on spine, else in very good condition. Note: issue is undated. A radical arts magazine with a focus on the counter-establishment in art.
San Francisco, etc. the photographer, [1980s-2010s]. A major photographic archive containing over 10,500 original photographic negatives and slides and more than 700 original prints. These photographs, many of which were taken for the groundbreaking sex-positive magazine On Our Backs, document San Francisco's lesbian leather community and the rise of sex.....
Hollywood: IGLA, 1987. 6p., 7.5x10 inches, very good simple interim newsletter of 3 sheets stapled upper-left corner. The IGLA Bulletin interim issue. Includes a report on the death of June Mazer, the recent publication by the Archives of a Book of Obits, a call for more space, the March on.....
Santa Fe: Arena Editons, 2002. Magazine. 60p., 8x11 inches, very good glossy magazine announcing the newest lineup of art and photography publications from Arena as well as a backlist, illustrated with photos of covers and contents, pictorial wraps. Publishers of Greg Gorman, Robert Mapplethorpe, Jan SaudekFakir Musafar etc.
no place: no publisher, no date. Eight color reproductions on glossy 8.5x11 inch photo or inkjet paper, near fine condition. Appears to be inkjet reproduced photos of vintage (likely 1920s-40s) erotic postcards or plates from a book depicting European-style gay men in sailor suits and military gear engaged in explicit.....
San Francisco: Explore/SF Dept. of Public Health HIV Research Section/HIVNET, no date. Six-panel brochure folded to 3.5x8.5 inches, information on the study, the theory, past research, the risks and benefits, two photos, contact info, very good on bright yellow stock. Invitation to an HIV study. Likely post-2000.
Boston: The Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Speakers Bureau, [1980s?]. Pamphlet. Six-panel brochure folded to 3.5x8.5 inches, very good on heavy stock. The organization formed in 1972 and trained speakers to answer questions at schools, workplaces and in workshops. No mention of AIDS nor any mention of technology so likely late.....
San Francisco: SF Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Community Center, 2002. Newspaper. Three event calendars on folded newsprint, color photos, wall calendar, news, services, resources and tenants, very good. Informational calendars in tabloid newspaper format for June, July and December at the Charles M. Holmes Campus at The Center, SF.