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Images of men. Watercolors by Uyvari [handbill for a show at the Ambush]
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Images of men. Watercolors by Uyvari [handbill for a show at the Ambush]

By Uyvari, [Robert]

San Francisco: The Ambush, 1981. 14x8.5 inch flyer announcing an art show at the Harrison Street gay bar. Very good.

$20.00

Coming Up! February 1983; the Coors Controversy; Del & Phyllis
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Coming Up! February 1983; the Coors Controversy; Del & Phyllis

By Corsaro, Kim, editor, Del Martin, Phyllis Lyons, Charles Rammelkamp, et al.

San Francisco: Coming Up!, 1983. Newspaper. 20p., folded tabloid newspaper, illustrated with b&w photos, spot colors, ads, mild toning otherwise very good. Above the fold story on Del and Phyllis as well as the Coors boycott actions 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

CAL-PEP Update: vol. 2, #1, May/June 1992; On-street HIV testing becomes reality
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CAL-PEP Update: vol. 2, #1, May/June 1992; On-street HIV testing becomes reality

By Lockett, Gloria et al.

San Francisco: CAL-PEP/California Prevention and Education Project, 1992. 4p. includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, news, reports, photos, services and resources, very good newsletter on heavy white stock, two horizontal fold creases. Focuses on African American prostitutes and drug users.

$12.00

Keep the dream alive! See you at the March in Sacramento Oct. 27, 1997 [pinback button]
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Keep the dream alive! See you at the March in Sacramento Oct. 27, 1997 [pinback button]

By Rainbow Push Coalition

[San Francisco-?]: the Coalition, 1997. 2.5 inch diameter pin with tiny portraits of MLK and Jesse Jackson. Under the Golden Gate Bridge, in small font, are written "Selma 1965" and "San Francisco 1997." Also included is a smaller pin depicting MLK that simply says "75th Birthday," from 2004.

$12.00

Trader Dick\'s Emporium; Advocate second section, #191, June 2, 1976; Ritch Street Baths
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Trader Dick's Emporium; Advocate second section, #191, June 2, 1976; Ritch Street Baths

San Mateo: Advocate/Trader Dick, 1976. Newspaper. 32p. folded tabloid newspaper, second section only, mail order catalogue, gay classified and personal ads, illustrations and photos, very good on newsprint. Trader Dick's Emporium came with the Advocate Newspaper in the 1970s. This issue is separated from the Advocate.

$15.00

Western states mobilization for No US intervention in Central America and the Caribbean, End US support for South African apartheid, Jobs and justice, not war; Freeze and reverse the nuclear arms race [poster]
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Western states mobilization for No US intervention in Central America and the Caribbean, End US support for South African apartheid, Jobs and justice, not war; Freeze and reverse the nuclear arms race [poster]

By Mobilization for Peace, Jobs, and Justice

San Francisco: the Mobilization, 1987. 11x17 inch poster, very good. Marches were held in SF and Washington DC.

$35.00

5th Anniversary Benefit. Japantown Art and Media Workshop [screenprint poster]
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5th Anniversary Benefit. Japantown Art and Media Workshop [screenprint poster]

By Aratani, Gail [artist]

San Francisco: Japantown Art and Media Workshop, 1982. 17.5x23 inch poster, colorful screenprinted design, but lower left corner worn, top and bottom have darkened rectangles where tape was formerly affixed.

$80.00

The Election News: Final edition, December, 1979: Gays move to Feinstein
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The Election News: Final edition, December, 1979: Gays move to Feinstein

By Feinstein, Dianne

San Francisco: Feinstein for Mayor Committee, 1979. Newspaper. 4p.folded tabloid newspaper with a comparison on how Kopp and Feinstein stand on the issues, photos of the mayor, articles about David Scott's support and a personal view by George Mendenhall.

$25.00

[Two handbills protesting the film \
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[Two handbills protesting the film "Cruising"]

San Francisco: n.pub, 1980. Two different leaflets, both 8.5x11 inches; very good. Leaflets distributed in San Francisco in 1980 protesting the depictions in Cruising, which featured Al Pacino as a cop pursuing a gay serial killer. "The straight men who made this film want to sell you their distorted view of our lives. And they don't give a damn what we suffer as a result." One of the leaflets was designed to be handed out in front of movie theaters to people who might be considering going in; the other announces a protest on opening night.

$20.00

Coming up! the lesbian/gay community calendar of events and newspaper for the Bay Area [aka San Francisco Bay Times] vol. 9, #6, March 1988; The Price of Life Qudruples for People with AIDS
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Coming up! the lesbian/gay community calendar of events and newspaper for the Bay Area [aka San Francisco Bay Times] vol. 9, #6, March 1988; The Price of Life Qudruples for People with AIDS

By Corsaro, Kim, editor, Elizabeth Pincus, Alex Dobkin, Larry Beresford, Tim Kingston et al.

San Francisco: Coming Up! Inc, 1988. Newspaper. 56p. tabloid newspaper, news, reviews, columns, features, ads, services, resources, calender of events, photos, toning otherwise very good on newsprint. Cover story on the high price of AIDS drugs and treatments The tabloid began life as San Francisco Bay Times. That paper folded quickly and was reformed as Coming Up! After this issue they combined the titles as San Francisco Bay Times: Coming Up! eventually dropping the second name.

$20.00

Alice Reports: official publication of the Alice B. Toklas Democratic Club; vol. 1, #2, April 1983; Recall heads for defeat
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Alice Reports: official publication of the Alice B. Toklas Democratic Club; vol. 1, #2, April 1983; Recall heads for defeat

By Roselli, Sal, editor, Patrick Murphy, Margaret Frost, et al.

San Francisco: The Club, 1983. Newspaper. 12p. folded tabloid newspaper, articles, reports, opinion, news, issues, services and resources, photos, very good on newsprint. Headline refers to the attempted recall of Mayor Dianne Feinstein which was defeated thanks to the efforts of gays, lesbians and labor organizations.

$20.00

Aging to perfection / Since 1915 [pinback button]
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Aging to perfection / Since 1915 [pinback button]

By Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, San Francisco Branch

San Francisco: the League, n.d.. 2.25 inch diameter pin, very good. Circa 1990s.

$12.00

[Five different handbills and small posters for art exhibits at The Ambush in San Francisco]
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[Five different handbills and small posters for art exhibits at The Ambush in San Francisco]

San Francisco: The Ambush, 1982. Five different items, various sizes starting at 8.5x11 for the smallest, announcing shows in the early 1980s at the Harrison Street bar. Most do not cite the year, but one that does is from 1980. One is fold-creased, others generally very good. Exhibitors include Timothy Engram, Uyvari, and Bill Jacobson (the latter done in the style of a personals ad ("Two gay boys seek others for a good time").

$45.00

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

Protest Cruising. February 15th Friday, Opening Day [leaflet]
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Protest Cruising. February 15th Friday, Opening Day [leaflet]

San Francisco: n.pub, 1980. 4.25x5.5 inch leaflet; very good. Distributed in San Francisco in 1980 protesting the depictions in Cruising, which featured Al Pacino as a cop pursuing a gay serial killer. Announces a protest on opening night. The verso has text in small font with advice on what to do if busted by the cops at the demonstration, with contact numbers for the National Lawyers Guild.

$12.00

Medical campaign for Nicaragua
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Medical campaign for Nicaragua

San Francisco, CA: Casa Nicaragua, n.d.. Six-panel brochure, very good. Seeks aid for post-revolutionary Nicaragua.

$17.00

Coming up! the lesbian/gay community calendar of events and newspaper for the Bay Area [aka San Francisco Bay Times] vol. 9, #3, January 1988; Boycott Burroughs Wellcome
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Coming up! the lesbian/gay community calendar of events and newspaper for the Bay Area [aka San Francisco Bay Times] vol. 9, #3, January 1988; Boycott Burroughs Wellcome

By Corsaro, Kim, editor, Elizabeth Pincus, Larry Beresford, et al.

San Francisco: Coming Up! Inc, 1988. Newspaper. 48p. tabloid newspaper, news, reviews, columns, features, ads, services, resources, calender of events, photos, toning otherwise very good on newsprint. Cover story on the pharma company that made AZT The tabloid began life as San Francisco Bay Times. That paper folded quickly and was reformed as Coming Up! After this issue they combined the titles as San Francisco Bay Times: Coming Up! eventually dropping the second name.

$20.00

Alice \'84: Alice B. Toklas Lesbian/Gay Democratic Club Seventh Annual Awards Dinner Friday, September 14, 1984, Meridien Hotel, San Francisco
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Alice '84: Alice B. Toklas Lesbian/Gay Democratic Club Seventh Annual Awards Dinner Friday, September 14, 1984, Meridien Hotel, San Francisco

By Rosselli, Sal, Virginia Apuzzo, Allan Berube et al.

San Francisco: Alice B. Toklas Lesbian/Gay Democratic Club, 1984. Magazine. 32p., 8.5x11 inches, articles, memorials, biographical sketches, event schedule, membersip and leadership, photos, ads, very good event program booklet in stapled white glossy decorative wraps.

$25.00

Coming up! the lesbian/gay community calendar of events and newspaper for the Bay Area [aka San Francisco Bay Times] vol. 9, #4, February 1988; Drug Wars
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Coming up! the lesbian/gay community calendar of events and newspaper for the Bay Area [aka San Francisco Bay Times] vol. 9, #4, February 1988; Drug Wars

By Corsaro, Kim, editor, Elizabeth Pincus, Larry Beresford, Tim Kingston et al.

San Francisco: Coming Up! Inc, 1988. Newspaper. 64p. tabloid newspaper, news, reviews, columns, features, ads, services, resources, calender of events, photos, toning otherwise very good on newsprint. Cover story on the pharma company that made AZT. Also a piece on gay activists and Lyndon LaRouche The tabloid began life as San Francisco Bay Times. That paper folded quickly and was reformed as Coming Up! After this issue they combined the titles as San Francisco Bay Times: Coming Up! eventually dropping the second name.

$20.00

[Seven different handbills and small posters for art exhibits at The Ambush in San Francisco]
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[Seven different handbills and small posters for art exhibits at The Ambush in San Francisco]

San Francisco: The Ambush, 1980. Seven different items, various sizes starting at 8.5x11 for the smallest, announcing shows in the early 1980s at the Harrison Street bar. Most do not cite the year, but those that do are from 1980. One is fold-creased, others generally very good. Exhibitors include Timothy Engram, Richard Wheeler, Uyvari, and Bill Jacobson (the latter done in the style of a personals ad ("Two gay boys seek others for a good time").

$65.00

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