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Mr. Ebony in Leather: an after-the-fair contest and dance event, Sunday, June 27, 1997
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Mr. Ebony in Leather: an after-the-fair contest and dance event, Sunday, June 27, 1997

San Francisco: New Village, 1997. [16p] 5.5x8.5 inches, local leather and fetish ads, history, very good program for the event in stapled pictorial wraps. A fundraising event for New Leaf aimed and gay African American Leathermen and tied in to the Folsom Street Faire.

$15.00

Inaugral Concert of Gay Games II Cultural Week [program] The Lesbian/Gay Chorus of San Francisco and the Society of Gay & Lesbian Composers
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Inaugral Concert of Gay Games II Cultural Week [program] The Lesbian/Gay Chorus of San Francisco and the Society of Gay & Lesbian Composers

San Francisco: The Chorus, 1986. Magazine. [16p] includes covers, single handbill laid-in, 8.5x11 inches, ads, event schedule, lyrics, rusty staples otherwise good event program in stapled cream pictorial wraps. Performances were on August 1st & 5th at the First Unitarian Church and presented works by Benjamin Britten, Robert Chesley, Matthew McQueen et al.

$15.00

The Arabs of Palestine. A contribution to the human rights network in Britain by BAZO-Palestine Solidarity
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The Arabs of Palestine. A contribution to the human rights network in Britain by BAZO-Palestine Solidarity

n.p.: British Anti-Zionist Organisation, 1981. Staplebound booklet with individually paginated sections; old price penned in corner, otherwise very good.

$17.00

A Classic Tex-Mex Holiday [souvenir program] special appearance by the Lesbian/Gay Chorus of San Francisco, December 1990
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A Classic Tex-Mex Holiday [souvenir program] special appearance by the Lesbian/Gay Chorus of San Francisco, December 1990

By San Francisco gay Men's Chorus

San Francisco: The Chorus, 1990. Magazine. 16p. includes covers, 8.25x11 inches, very good souvenir program in stapled pictorial wraps.

$15.00

Passion for God
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Passion for God

By Okabe, Patrick

Irvine, CA: TRI-NET Publishing, 2000. 149p., paperback, very good. The author founded Impact Ministries in Uganda.

$12.00

Reducing the Risk: a school leader\'s guide to AIDS education volume 2
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Reducing the Risk: a school leader's guide to AIDS education volume 2

By McCormick, Kathleen, edited by Brenda Z. Greene

Alexandria, VA: NSBA/National School Boards Associtaion, 1989. [iii] 44p., 8.5x11 inches, foreword, preface, introduction, epilogue, resources, very good booklet in stapled red glossy wraps. Leadership Reports.

$15.00

Chicago Review: vol. 2, #4, Spring 1948
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Chicago Review: vol. 2, #4, Spring 1948

By Lang, V. R., editor, Paul Eluard, Jose Mario G. Zayas, Luis Felipe Collado, Peter Viereck, Harvey Shapiro et al.

Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1948. Magazine. pp128-163 + ads, articles, essays, poetry, reviews, very good literary/arts journal in stapled silk-screened wraps. Silk screen cover by Keith Gilchrist. Collado was a Cuban poet and artist who later immigrated to the US as a refugee. Zayas was a student at Black Mountain College.

$20.00

Black & White Men Together - SFBA: A Deck of 52 &Getting Our Act Together [two leaflets]
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Black & White Men Together - SFBA: A Deck of 52 &Getting Our Act Together [two leaflets]

San Francisco: BWMTSFBA, 1981. Two leaflets, 5.5x8.5 inches printed one side only, very good. Leaflet #1 is for a Gaymes Night & Dance and #2 is a call for joining all gay men together to fight against racism and The New Right or Moral Majority.

$25.00

Griffin International Mail Order brochures
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Griffin International Mail Order brochures

San Francisco: Griffin International, 1970. Ten glossy mail order brochures illustrated with explicit pronographic stills from the films, minor wear to several with two leaflets and seven envelopes. Advertising brochures from San Francisco Gay Porn mail order house. One features Jack Wrangler. Mostly from about 1975.

$75.00

The 10th Annual Los Angeles International Gay and Lesbian Film and Video Festival: Director\'s Guild of America, July 9-18, 1992
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The 10th Annual Los Angeles International Gay and Lesbian Film and Video Festival: Director's Guild of America, July 9-18, 1992

Los Angeles: The Gay and Lesbian Media Coalition, 1992. Magazine. 40p., 8.5x11 inches, film schedules, descriptions, ads, articles, bios, film stills, very good event program booklet in stapled glossy pictorial wraps.

$25.00

Civil Liberties and the Miners\' Dispute; First Report of the Independent Inquiry
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Civil Liberties and the Miners' Dispute; First Report of the Independent Inquiry

By National Council for Civil Liberties

London: National Council for Civil Liberties, 1984. 36p., 5x7.75 inches, stapled pamphlet, very good.

$12.00

The reformatory system in the United States: reports prepared for the International Prison Commission
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The reformatory system in the United States: reports prepared for the International Prison Commission

By International Penal and Prison Commission

Washington DC: GPO, 1900. ii, 240 pages, hardcover, ownership inscription, a few minor pencil marks in margins, otherwise very good.

$18.00

Bi Friendly San Francisco [handbill/newsletter] #14, August 1989
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Bi Friendly San Francisco [handbill/newsletter] #14, August 1989

Sn f.: Bi Friendly San Francisco, 1989. Single 8.5x14 inch sheet printed one side with colloge of handwritten text and images (photocopied) horizontal fold creases, corner creased otherwise good on white stock. Events for August 1989 included Bis and BATS (Bay Area Theatre Sports) Bi Hootenanny in Berkeley, Mexicali Potluck, The Wizard of Oz at the Castro, Palo Alto Arts & Wine Fest etc.

$15.00

Spartacist. Number 25 (Summer 1978)
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Spartacist. Number 25 (Summer 1978)

By Spartacist League

New York: Spartacist, 1978. 32p., wraps, paper toned, otherwise good; 8.5x11 inches. Headline is "Ernest Mandel: a centrist for all seasons.

$12.00

An American son: the story of George Aratani, founder of Mikasa and Kenwood
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An American son: the story of George Aratani, founder of Mikasa and Kenwood

By Hirahara, Naomi

Los Angeles: Japanese American National Museum, 2001. xix, 321 pages, very good hardcover in dustjacket.

$17.00

Gay Olympics Newsletter vol. 1, #6 & 8, May & July 1982 [two issues]
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Gay Olympics Newsletter vol. 1, #6 & 8, May & July 1982 [two issues]

San Francisco: Gay Olympic Games, 1982. Two issues, 4p. each, 8.5x11 inches, reports, events, news, horizontal fold creases for mailing, mailing labels on rear panels otherwise very good. A lawsuit by the regular Olympics later forced them to change their name to the Gay Games.

$20.00

Rebellion from the roots: Indian uprising in Chiapas
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Rebellion from the roots: Indian uprising in Chiapas

By Ross, John

Monroe: Common Courage Press, 1995. Paperback. 424p., illustrated with a b&w photo section, very good in color pictorial wraps. Ross was there, reporting --and getting beaten up by the Mexican army (front teeth vs rifle butt).

$15.00

Newsletter. May 1962
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Newsletter. May 1962

By Council for Correspondence; Roger Hagan

New York: the Council, 1962. 34p., staplebound newsletter, 8.5x11 inches, light handling wear. "In the tradition of the American Revolutionary Committees of Correspondence." Anti-arms race organization; contributors include Todd Gitlin, Robert Paul Wolff, Herbert Kelman, Tristam Coffin, Sidney Unger, and Jerome Grossman.

$15.00

Magnum: #1
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Magnum: #1

San Francisco: Griffin International, 1980. Magazine. [48p] 8.5x11 inches, illustrated with explicit and pornographi b&w photos of gay men engaged in sex, lightly-rubbed and used magazine in stapled black pictorial wraps.

$45.00

Goodbye to Berlin? 100 Jahre Schwulenbewegung; eine Ausstellung des Schwulen Museums und der Akademie Künste, 17. Mai bis 17. August 1997
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Goodbye to Berlin? 100 Jahre Schwulenbewegung; eine Ausstellung des Schwulen Museums und der Akademie Künste, 17. Mai bis 17. August 1997

Berlin: Verlag Rosa Winkel, 1997. Paperback. 384p., profusely illus. with black and white photos, 8.5x11 inches, wraps, spine faded else very good condition.

$25.00

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