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Gayellow Pages: Southern edition & South Midwest; #2; for gay women and men
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Gayellow Pages: Southern edition & South Midwest; #2; for gay women and men

By Green, Frances, editor

New York: Renaissance House, 1985. Magazine. 64p., 5.5x8.5 inches, information, phone numbers, addresses, services and resources, illustrations, ads, very good booklet in stapled white pictorial wraps.

$25.00

Gayellow Pages: Southern edition & South Midwest; #8; informing the Gay & Lesbian community since 1973
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Gayellow Pages: Southern edition & South Midwest; #8; informing the Gay & Lesbian community since 1973

By Green, Frances, editor

New York: Renaissance House, 1992. Magazine. 64p., 5.5x8.5 inches, information, phone numbers, addresses, services and resources, illustrations, ads, very good booklet in stapled white pictorial wraps.

$25.00

Gayellow Pages: Southern edition & South Midwest; #1; for gay women and men
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Gayellow Pages: Southern edition & South Midwest; #1; for gay women and men

By Green, Frances, editor

New York: Renaissance House, 1980. Magazine. 64p., 5.5x8.5 inches, information, phone numbers, addresses, services and resources, illustrations, ads, very good booklet in stapled white pictorial wraps.

$25.00

The Mirror Dance; identity in a women\'s community
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The Mirror Dance; identity in a women's community

By Krieger, Susan

Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1983. Paperback. xviii, 199p., preface, introduction, appendix, very good first edition trade paperback in lavender wraps.

$11.00

Wildwood Homes: being a collection of houses and details with suggestions for the home builder [cover title: A Book of Wildwood Plans]
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Wildwood Homes: being a collection of houses and details with suggestions for the home builder [cover title: A Book of Wildwood Plans]

Fort Wayne, IN: Wildwood Builders, 1912. Hardcover. 47p., decorative borders, illustrated with plans and elevations/artist renderings, foxing and toning, deckeled edges, good first edition in brown decorative boards and brown cloth backstrip, corners rubbed through, light staining to back board. This bibliographer's father and grandfather built some of these Wildwood homes back in the 1920s-30s.

$45.00

To the Land of Gold and Wickedness; The 1848-59 Diary of Lorena L. Hays
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To the Land of Gold and Wickedness; The 1848-59 Diary of Lorena L. Hays

By Watson, Jeanne Hamilton, editor; Lorena L. Hays

St. Louis MO: The Patrice Press, 1988. Hardcover. xv, 486p., illustrated with period images and many modern site photos taken or collected by the editor (mostly to record the remnant traces left by emigrant parties). Hardbound first edition in cloth boards gilt and color-photo dust jacket. Jacket has a short tear, a very nice clean copy.

$15.00

Viewpoint Magazine: serving gay Mid-America; vol. 2, #5, November 1987
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Viewpoint Magazine: serving gay Mid-America; vol. 2, #5, November 1987

By Carwile, Jerry, editor

Saint Louis: Viewpoint, 1987. Magazine. 56p., includes covers, 6x9.25 inches, articles, news, opinion, events, calendar, ads, photos, services and resources, mild wear and dog-eared pages otherwise good magazine in pastebound newsprint and pictorial wraps.

$20.00

The Triangle: Midwest gay-lesbian magazine; vol. 2, #3: the Gay Pride issue
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The Triangle: Midwest gay-lesbian magazine; vol. 2, #3: the Gay Pride issue

By Breckenridge, Chuck W., Wayne E. Davis & John D. Ramsey, editors

Wichita, KS: Triangle Publishing, 1997. Magazine. 44p., includes covers, 8x10.5 inches, articles, reviews, news, services and resources, photos and ads, events, very good LGBTQ entertainment magazine in stapled pictorial wraps.

$20.00

West End. Vol. 5 no. 1. Midwest People\'s Culture Anthology Issue
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West End. Vol. 5 no. 1. Midwest People's Culture Anthology Issue

By Kaliss, Gail Darrow, editor

New York: West End, 1978. 48p., 7x8.5 inches, staplebound wraps. Very good.

$12.00

Speaking in Sign poems
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Speaking in Sign poems

By Anderson, Teresa

Cambridge: West End Press, 1979. 32p., 5.5x8.5 inches, light stain on two pages otherwise a very good first edition booklet in stapled pictorial wraps. First book of poetry by the late midwestern poet. Included is a long poem on the police crackdown on the International Hotel in San Francisco.

$15.00

A power of good: language of a midwestern childhood
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A power of good: language of a midwestern childhood

By Anderson, Barbara; Gene Anderson

Chesterfield, MO: Mira Digital Publishing, 2016. xix, 95p., paperback. New. The anthropologist couple turn their analytical reflections to the terminology used in midwestern communities when they were children.

$12.00

A life apart: sojourns of a storyteller
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A life apart: sojourns of a storyteller

By Anderson, Barbara Hodson

Chesterfield, MO: Mira Digital Publishing, 2014. 413p., very good hardcover in dustjacket, second printing. Autobiographical account by a Quaker midwife, married to an anthropologist, mixing midwestern family lore with descriptions of professional assignments in far-flung corners of the globe supplementing indigenous traditions with modern nursing skills.

$60.00

More man than you\'ll ever be; gay folklore and acculturation in middle America
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More man than you'll ever be; gay folklore and acculturation in middle America

By Goodwin, Joseph

Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1989. Paperback. xv, 122p., introduction, informants, notes, bibliography, index, very good reprint trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Cover illustration shows superhero MoreMan in purple bodysock with yellow cape.

$12.00

The Annual for Shortridge High School 1915
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The Annual for Shortridge High School 1915

Indianapolis: Shortridge High School, 1915. Paperback. [136p] 8x11inches, a variety of illustrations including many tipped-in sepia photos and a good woodblock print in three colors midway through text (by one Paul Long); autographs at rear, ads, texts use a faux-Oriental design; punchholed for binding semi-Asian style, decorative cord is intact with a little fraying. Overlapping cover edges are very worn and chipped, paperstock toned, a good-only copy. Two very wonderful people graduated from Shortridge in the 1940s. Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. and my Mother! This predates both by 30 years.

$40.00

Metra: a bi-weekly magazine serving gay Michigan, Ohio, & Ontario Canada; #100, June 23, 1983: Peter Allen
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Metra: a bi-weekly magazine serving gay Michigan, Ohio, & Ontario Canada; #100, June 23, 1983: Peter Allen

Ferndale, MI: Metra, Inc., Mari Sappington, 1986. Magazine. 56p., includes covers, 7x10.5 inches, news, reviews, articles, resources, ads, events, photos, very good newsprint magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Cover story on Peter Allen as well as Lesbian & Gay Freedom Days celebrations.

$25.00

Lacuna: let it be printed; volume 4, summer-fall 1979
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Lacuna: let it be printed; volume 4, summer-fall 1979

By Ivie, Beth and Lea Davis, editors

St. Louis: Lacuna Press, 1979. 33p., 5.5x8.5 inches, poetry, very good poetry journal in stapled yellow printed wraps.

$15.00

No Bad News: a newspaper for the gay community; vol. 1, #7, Dec. 1980
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No Bad News: a newspaper for the gay community; vol. 1, #7, Dec. 1980

By Goelle, Suzanne, editor

St. Louis: Reading Pub. Co, 1980. Newspaper. 12p., folded tabloid newspaper, photos, services, ads, news, events, mild toning otherwise very good on newsprint. Gays and the Military, Miss gay Missouri Pageant, Goodbye to Another Bar.

$25.00

Times of the Heartland: vol. 2, #3, January 25, 1994
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Times of the Heartland: vol. 2, #3, January 25, 1994

By Jankovich, Jeremy, editor

Omaha: Equity One Corp, 1994. Newspaper. [52p] folded tabloid newspaper, news, columns, articles, ads, services and resources, very good on newsprint. Cover story on anti-gay initiatives in DC. One holding located in OCLC as of 2/2016.

$25.00

A history of the Michigan State Federation of Women\'s Clubs 18965 - 1953
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A history of the Michigan State Federation of Women's Clubs 18965 - 1953

By Maw, Blanch Blynn, compiler, Edith V. Alford, editor

Ann Arbor: Ann Arbor Press, 1953. Hardcover. xvii, 212p., illustrated with b&w photos, gift inscription otherwise a very good first edition in green cloth and gilt.

$15.00

Through the ivory gate; a novel
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Through the ivory gate; a novel

By Dove, Rita

New York: Pantheon Books, 1992. Hardcover. 278p., first edition, unclipped dj, very good condition. Pulitzer Prize-winning African American poet/novelist.

$12.00

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