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L.A. STAR; A Reader Written Rag by  Paul and Shirley (Eds.) Eberle - 1976 - from Alta-Glamour Inc. and Biblio.com

L.A. STAR; A Reader Written Rag: No. 124, 1976

by Eberle, Paul and Shirley (Eds.)

Condition: Tabloid newspaper. Moderate wear along the edges and at the fold, else Very Good


Beverly Hills, CA: The Los Angeles Star, 1976. Tabloid newspaper. Moderate wear along the edges and at the fold, else Very Good. 15 x. 23", folded to 15 x 11.5". 40pp. Staff: Paul Eberle, Shirley Eberle, Ric Dante, Joe Roberts (Jody Roberts), Gregg Heacock, Paula Eberle, Luigi Lucci, Gail Wright, and more. An underground, reader-written porno paper. Illustrated with b/w erotic photographs and drawings. Personal experiences, stories, art, and letters. Political and censorship news. Great layouts and clip illustrations.


  • Bookseller: Alta-Glamour Inc. US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 86116
  • Title: L.A. STAR; A Reader Written Rag
  • Author: Eberle, Paul and Shirley (Eds.)
  • Book condition: Tabloid newspaper. Moderate wear along the edges and at the fold, else Very Good
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Publisher: The Los Angeles Star
  • Place: Beverly Hills, CA
  • Date published: 1976
  • Product_type: Tabloid


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