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Spectrum, Vol. 4, No. 9, Oct. 1981 (newspaper); The Alternative
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Spectrum, Vol. 4, No. 9, Oct. 1981 (newspaper); The Alternative

Ottawa, ON, Canada: Spectrum, 1981. Newspaper. 8p., folded tabloid, illus., evenly and lightly toned, shows evidence of having been folded in thirds for mailing, else very good. A monthly alternative paper for Ottawa, run out of Penny Lane, a used sci-fi, vintage fashion, second hand record store. This issue has reviews of Philip Jose Farmer's Riverworld series and of the ELO album "Time", particularly SF-themed in honour of the upcoming Maplecon, a local annual science fiction convention. Includes local events calendar, news briefs, and ads for local alternative small businesses.

$12.00

Women. [Special issue of the Spokesman-Review, Oct. 22, 1976]
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Women. [Special issue of the Spokesman-Review, Oct. 22, 1976]

Spokane, WA: Spokesman-Review, 1976. 32p., tabloid format newspaper, horizontal fold, evenly toned. Special issue of the mainstream paper, with coverage of the changing status of women, and even some newfangled feminist ideas (plus lots of ads for women's clothing, discos, etc).

$12.00

Iran Today. Special Spring Mobilization edition
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Iran Today. Special Spring Mobilization edition

[Northern California]: Committee in Solidarity with the People of Iran (CISPI), 1985. Four-page brochure, issued as a special supplement to the newspaper, for distribution in tandem with organizing for the Spring Mobilization for Peace, Jobs, and Justice in San Francisco. Small closed tear, mild handling.

$15.00

The East Village Other Vol. 3, No. 29, June 21, 1968
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The East Village Other Vol. 3, No. 29, June 21, 1968

By Deitch, Kim, Spain Rodriguez, Trina, et al.

New York: The East Village Other, 1968. Newspaper. 20p., folded tabloid, evenly and lightly toned, a few closed tears, tiny chips at spine quarterfold, mailing label overlaps logo, else very good condition. Cover is photo of yokel with slingshot. Issue's contents include full-page "The Fang!" cartoon by Kim Deitch, full-page Trashman strip by Spain featuring splayed nude woman subjected to a effing machine, D.A. Latimer's articles on Jerry Rubin bust and Hugh Romney (Wavy Gravy), article by Trina on Kasoundra, a fleeting hip celebrity of the moment, and usual ads, columns and tidbits of the era.

$25.00

Postal Art Project Broadside May 1992; Some thoughts about postal art
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Postal Art Project Broadside May 1992; Some thoughts about postal art

Tucson: Postal Art Project, 1992. Newspaper. 12p. folded tabloid newspaper with dozens of b&w reproducions of mail art accompanied by text and information, very good on newsprint.

$25.00

La Ligna: gratis opinieblad eerste jahrgang #8, 1988
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La Ligna: gratis opinieblad eerste jahrgang #8, 1988

Amsterdam: La Ligna, 1988. Newspaper. 24p. folded tabloid newspaper text in Dutch, opinion, news, events, ads, photos, lightly-worn newsprint. LGBTQ tabloid from Amsterdam. AIDS reportage, entertainment, politics.

$25.00

Castro Star: The Castro\'s neighborhood newspaper, vol. 1, #1, April, 2004 - vol. 1, #9, December, 2004 [broken run of 7 issues]
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Castro Star: The Castro's neighborhood newspaper, vol. 1, #1, April, 2004 - vol. 1, #9, December, 2004 [broken run of 7 issues]

San Francisco: San Francisco Observer, 2004. Newspaper. Seven issues, various pagination folded tabloid paper, photos, ads, features, poetry, very good on newsprint. Broken run of the Castro District paper which began in April 1997 and merged with the Western Edition continuing the numbering of the latter and renaming the paper The San Francisco Observer. This paper was bought in 2003 and renamed Castro Star in 2004 beginning with Vol. 1, Issue 1 April 2004. Issue numbers 1:1-6 & 9 Issue number 1:2 was mis-numbered as II:2.

$45.00

Condom Sense 1989 Edition; keep a rubber on hand!
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Condom Sense 1989 Edition; keep a rubber on hand!

By Bense, Buzz, editor

Oakland: Condom Resource Center, 1987. Newspaper. 12p. folded tabloid newspaper, articles, essays, services and resources, photos, mild toning otherwise a very good newspaper on newsprint. Safe-sex and AIDS information.

$35.00

California Voice: the responsible gay press; vol. 6, #26, June 28-July 4, 1984; Demo Gay Platform Plank is Our Biggest Win to date
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California Voice: the responsible gay press; vol. 6, #26, June 28-July 4, 1984; Demo Gay Platform Plank is Our Biggest Win to date

By Lynch, Bob, editor, Paul D. Hardman, Perry George, Carl Driver, Bob Reed, et al.

San Francisco: California Voice, 1984. Newspaper. 28p., folded tabloid newspaper, photos, art, ads, articles, news, reviews, services and resources, events and opinion, very good on newsprint. AIDS and bathhouse articles. Photos from the 1984 Gay Freedom Day Parade and Celebration. California Voice was founded in 1979 and merged in 1983 with the San Francisco Vector.

$20.00

California Voice: the responsible gay press; vol. 6, #23, June 7-13, 1984; Dianne\'s Secret Police Report Stirs Protests
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California Voice: the responsible gay press; vol. 6, #23, June 7-13, 1984; Dianne's Secret Police Report Stirs Protests

By Lynch, Bob, editor, Paul D. Hardman, Perry George, Carl Driver, Bob Reed, et al.

San Francisco: California Voice, 1984. Newspaper. 32p., folded tabloid newspaper, photos, art, ads, articles, news, reviews, services and resources, events and opinion, very good on newsprint. This issue finds the onetime entertainment and arts paper turning into a full-blown political periodical. Cover stories on the closing of the baths, harry Britt, etc. Also scenes from Harvey Milk's birthday bash. La Cage Aux Folles opens in SF. California Voice was founded in 1979 and merged in 1983 with the San Francisco Vector.

$20.00

California Voice: the responsible gay press; vol. 6, #16, April 19-25, 1984; First Gay Bathhouse Closes
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California Voice: the responsible gay press; vol. 6, #16, April 19-25, 1984; First Gay Bathhouse Closes

By Lynch, Bob, editor, Paul D. Hardman, Perry George, Carl Driver, Bob Reed, et al.

San Francisco: California Voice, 1984. Newspaper. 28p., folded tabloid newspaper, photos, art, ads, articles, news, reviews, services and resources, events and opinion, stain on pages 3 & 4 otherwise very good on newsprint. Articles on AIDS Week and the closing of the bathhouses. Leukemia Virus Linked to AIDS Transmission. Dr. Rick Andrews explains Baths rationale. Toklas Club condemns Shilts, endorses Belli. Liberty Baths shuts down. Review of "Women Behind Bars" California Voice was founded in 1979 and merged in 1983 with the San Francisco Vector.

$20.00

We Are Here: guide for young lesbians and gays
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We Are Here: guide for young lesbians and gays

By Gay Youth Community Coalition, compilers

[San Francisco]: Gay Youth Community Coalition, 1980. Newspaper. [16p] double-folded tabloid with services, articles, contacts, ads, resources, very good on newsprint. No date or issue number. Published in the late 1980s-1990s in SF. A resource guide with much information on HIV/AIDS.

$15.00

Fight Back! Vol. 3 no. 3 (Dec. 1975-Jan. 1976)
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Fight Back! Vol. 3 no. 3 (Dec. 1975-Jan. 1976)

By Revolutionary Student Brigade

New York: Revolutionary Student Brigade, 1975. 20p., tabloid format newspaper, horizontal fold, evenly toned, otherwise very good. RCP youth group.

$20.00

Fight Back! Vol. 3 no. 2 (Nov. 1975)
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Fight Back! Vol. 3 no. 2 (Nov. 1975)

By Revolutionary Student Brigade

New York: Revolutionary Student Brigade, 1975. 12p., tabloid format newspaper, horizontal fold, evenly toned, otherwise very good. RCP youth group.

$20.00

Peace & Freedom partisan. the official Peace & Freedom Party newspaper. Winter quarter 1971
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Peace & Freedom partisan. the official Peace & Freedom Party newspaper. Winter quarter 1971

By Peace & Freedom Party

San Jose, CA: Peace & Freedom Party, 1971. Newspaper. Four page newspaper, tabliod format, paper browned else good condition, horizontally creased as issued, 11.5x16.5 inches.

$18.00

Workers World, Vol. 13, No. 19, Oct. 18, 1971
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Workers World, Vol. 13, No. 19, Oct. 18, 1971

By Cohen, Naomi and Deirdre Griswold (eds.)

New York: Workers World Party, 1971. Newspaper. 20p., folded tabloid, illus., toned, evidence of contact with water, else good. Typical issue of bi-weekly paper of the Workers World Party and Youth Against War and Fascism. Numerous photos of pint-sized demonstrations by WWP cadre, articles on labor struggles, prison issues, Chile, Iran, Dominican Republic, miners, angry dock workers, the wage freeze, etc. Front page article claims the Pentagon planned to stretch out the Vietnam war to at least 1977. The WWP is the moving force behind the ANSWER Coalition.

$15.00

Coming Up! March 1983; International Women\'s Day; the ongoing struggle
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Coming Up! March 1983; International Women's Day; the ongoing struggle

By Corsaro, Kim, editor, Carmen Vazquez, John Mehring, Michael Helquist, et al.

San Francisco: Coming Up!, 1983. Newspaper. 16p., folded tabloid newspaper, illustrated with b&w photos, spot colors, ads, mild toning otherwise very good. Above the fold story on the recall vote facing Mayor Feinstein The tabloid began life as San Francisco Bay Times. That paper folded quickly and was reformed as Coming Up! and went through another change adding the original name and eventually dropping the Coming Up!

$25.00

Coming Up! July 1983; Whitewash
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Coming Up! July 1983; Whitewash

By Corsaro, Kim, editor, Linda Wardlaw, Michael Helquist, Aurora Levins Morales, et al.

San Francisco: Coming Up!, 1983. Newspaper. 8p., folded tabloid newspaper, illustrated with b&w photos, two pages of photos from the 1983 Pride Parade, spot colors, ads, mild toning otherwise very good. Above the fold story on the cover-up of AIDS victims reporting. The tabloid began life as San Francisco Bay Times. That paper folded quickly and was reformed as Coming Up! and went through another change adding the original name and eventually dropping the Coming Up!

$35.00

Palante; Latin revolutionary news service, Young Lords Party, vol. 2 no. 7 [Facsimile REPRINT with broadside from the Museo del Barrio]
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Palante; Latin revolutionary news service, Young Lords Party, vol. 2 no. 7 [Facsimile REPRINT with broadside from the Museo del Barrio]

New York: Museo del Barrio, 2015. Newspaper. 24p., folded tabloid newspaper, news, opinion, photos, illustrations, very good facsimile reprint on new newsprint. Facsimile reprint of the entire tabloid format newspaper, apparently produced for the 2015 exhibit "Presente! The Young Lords in New York." Laid in is a broadside on newsprint, with an overview of the exhibit.

$20.00

Gaysweek: #59, April 3, 1978; Some Things About Michael [Giametta]
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Gaysweek: #59, April 3, 1978; Some Things About Michael [Giametta]

By Bell, Alan, editor, Charles G. Kast, Robert Chesley, Gary Carey, et al.

New York: New York Gay News, 1978. Newspaper. 24p., folded tabloid newspaper, photos, news, reviews, resources, events, opinion, ads , lightly-worn, stainedat folds, toning.

$15.00

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