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On Parade! The newsmagazine of the Lesbian/Gay Freedom Day Committee December 1981; the Death of a Man
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On Parade! The newsmagazine of the Lesbian/Gay Freedom Day Committee December 1981; the Death of a Man

By [Milk, Harvey] Frank M. Robinson et al.

San Francisco: the Committee, 1981. Newspaper. 16p., articles, photos, local ads, events, lightly worn tabloid newspaper celebrating the June parade. Cover story on the assassination of Harvey Milk with photo of the 1979 Candlelight Memorial March.

$25.00

Vietnam Newsletter: Number 2, March 20, 1979
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Vietnam Newsletter: Number 2, March 20, 1979

Montreal, Quebec: Union of Vietnamese in Canada, 1979. Newspaper. 39p., folded tabloid format, 8.5 x 11.5 inches when folded, illus., worn and evenly toned, top edges uncut due to publisher's error else good condition. Errata sheet laid in. Issue devoted to "information on the appalling Chinese invasion of Vietnam, with first hand reports from the front and analysis of the conflict." Only 5 in OCLC as of 10/2019.

$25.00

Socialist Forum [five issues]
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Socialist Forum [five issues]

New York: Socialist Committee of Correspondence, 1973. Five issues of the DeLeonist periodical; nos. 3 and 4 are 8.5x11 inch sheets stapled together; nos. 6, 7 and 9 are in staplebound pamphlet format. Last issue has toned covers. The group split from the Socialist Labor Party.

$45.00

On Parade! the newspaper of the Lesbian/Gay Freedom Day Parade & Celebration [17 issue broken run]
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On Parade! the newspaper of the Lesbian/Gay Freedom Day Parade & Celebration [17 issue broken run]

San Francisco: The Lesbian/Gay Freedom Day Committee et al., 1996. Seventeen issue broken run, various pagination, 13 issues in folded tabloid newspaper on newsprint format, 4 8.5x11 inch stapled glossy magazines, Pride information, Parade route, maps, ads, news, other events, very good with some wear and toning. Numbers include: April, August, & December 1981, March 1982, April & Summer 1984, June1985, June 1986, June 1987, June 1988, June 1989, June 1990, June 1991, 1992, 1993 & 1996.

$150.00

YSA Discussion Bulletin. Vol. 9, no. 3 (January 1966)
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YSA Discussion Bulletin. Vol. 9, no. 3 (January 1966)

By Young Socialist Alliance

New York: Young Socialist Alliance, 1966. 12p., stapled wraps, 8.5x11 inches, mimeographed, horizontally creased, lightly worn else good condition. Reprint of the YSA's 1960 constitution as amended, along with a draft for the new constitution and an introduction.

$15.00

Young socialist, vol. 9, no. 2 (Whole Number 67), Nov.-Dec. 1965
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Young socialist, vol. 9, no. 2 (Whole Number 67), Nov.-Dec. 1965

By Sheppard, Barry, editor

New York: Young Socialist Alliance, 1965. 31p., stapled wraps, 8.25 x 10.75 inches, illus., wraps worn, front wrap lightly toned along edges else very good condition. Cover story on the Bring the Troops Home Movement and the recent protests against the Vietnam war.

$12.00

BAHSES News: an HIV education & prevention program serving people of all colors in the Bay Area; vol. 2, #2, February 1992
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BAHSES News: an HIV education & prevention program serving people of all colors in the Bay Area; vol. 2, #2, February 1992

San Francisco: Bay Area HIV Support and Education Services, 1992. Single 8.5x11 inch pink sheet printed both sides, 3-hole punch on left side, light wear. BAHSES was a component of Black & White Men Together/Men of All Colors Together.

$12.00

On Parade! Summer 1984; Lesbian/Gay Freedom Day March lineup/booths/stage schedule
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On Parade! Summer 1984; Lesbian/Gay Freedom Day March lineup/booths/stage schedule

By Berlandt, Konstantin et al.

San Francisco: Lesbian/Gay Freedom Day Committee, 1984. Newspaper. [12p] maps, ads, essay, event schedule, very good folded tabloid newspaper celebrating the June parade on pink newsprint.

$15.00

San Diego Scene: #6, May 21, 1986; the Scene salutes the Military on Memorial Day
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San Diego Scene: #6, May 21, 1986; the Scene salutes the Military on Memorial Day

By Zampella, Tony V. & Nicole Ramirez Murray, editors, Dr. Mike Kopecky, Victor Avilla et al.

San Diego: Ram/Zam Productions, 1986. Newspaper. 24p., folded tabloid newspaper, articles, news, reviews, opinion, ads, photos, date in ink on cover otherwise very good on newsprint. San Diego gay entertainment bi-weekly. Some AIDS reportage.

$25.00

Young Socialist Discussion Bulletin, No. 2 (Volume 13, No. 5), December 15, 1969
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Young Socialist Discussion Bulletin, No. 2 (Volume 13, No. 5), December 15, 1969

By Young Socialist Alliance

New York: Young Socialist Alliance, 1969. Single issue of the discussion bulletin, 28p., stapled wraps, 8.5 x 11 inches, lightly worn, front wrap stained else good condition. YSA Discussion Bulletin. Articles include "Perspectives for the Anti-War Movement", "The Crisis of Leadership in the Black Community", and "Notes on the Puerto Rican Student Movement in New York City

$12.00

AIM: the American Independent Movement newsletter. Vol. 4 no. 9 (May 1, 1969)
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AIM: the American Independent Movement newsletter. Vol. 4 no. 9 (May 1, 1969)

New Haven: AIM, 1969. 19p., single issue of the 8.5x11 inch newsletter, very good. Includes much coverage of local activism; cover story on gentrification is headlined "In the 'new downtown' where will they go?

$12.00

AIM: the American Independent Movement newsletter [9 issues]
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AIM: the American Independent Movement newsletter [9 issues]

New Haven: AIM, 1970. Nine issues of the 8.5x11 inch newsletter, some folded for mailing with address on rear cover, otherwise generally very good. Issues present are vol. 4 nos. 4, 7-9, 11-13, 19, and vol. 5 no. 1. Includes much coverage of local activism, including at Yale; gentrification, pollution, and much more.

$75.00

United Sisters Magazine: a Florida feminist publication; vol. 2, no. 3
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United Sisters Magazine: a Florida feminist publication; vol. 2, no. 3

Tampa: United Sisters, 1973. Magazine. 36p., 8.5x11 inches, staplebound magazine in silver stapled pictorial wraps, light edgewear. Single issue of the magazine; includes Robin Morgan's open letter to Off Our Backs responding to that publication's attack on the Feminist Women's Health Clinic.

$35.00

Lyon-Martin Women\'s Health Sevices Access Newsletter: vol. 1, #2, Fall 1992; Mylene M. Rucker, MD: an interview
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Lyon-Martin Women's Health Sevices Access Newsletter: vol. 1, #2, Fall 1992; Mylene M. Rucker, MD: an interview

By Rucker, Mylene M., Terry Greenblatt, et al.

San Francisco: Access, 1992. 8p., 8.5x11 inches, articles, reports, news, services, resources, photo, horizontal fold crease and address label for mailing otherwise a very good newsletter of unbound folded sheets.

$15.00

Japanese Woodblock Prints; A bibliography of writings from 1822-1993 entirely or partly in English text
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Japanese Woodblock Prints; A bibliography of writings from 1822-1993 entirely or partly in English text

By Green, William, compiler. Amy Reigle Stephens, consulting editor

Leiden, Holland: Ukiyo-e Books`, 1993. Hardcover. 291p., various lists (subject matter, techniques, reviews of exhibitions, &c), entirely textual with no illustrations. Hardbound first edition in octavo maroon boards gilt, glossy red dust jacket. An entirely sound, clean, unmarked copy.

$30.00

On Parade! your guide to services and events of the 18th Lesbian & Gay Freedom Day Parade & Celebration June 28, 1987; Proud/Strong/United
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On Parade! your guide to services and events of the 18th Lesbian & Gay Freedom Day Parade & Celebration June 28, 1987; Proud/Strong/United

San Francisco: Lesbian/Gay Freedom Day Committee, 1987. Newspaper. 16p., ads, event schedule, map, photos, very good folded tabloid newspaper on newsprint.

$15.00

YSA Discussion Bulletin. Vol. 10, no. 9 (March 1967)
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YSA Discussion Bulletin. Vol. 10, no. 9 (March 1967)

By Young Socialist Alliance

New York: Young Socialist Alliance, 1967. 7p., stapled wraps, 8.5x11 inches, mimeographed, lightly worn, small stain on rear wrap else good condition.

$15.00

B. A. R. Bay Area Reporter: vol. 5,  #1, January 9, 1975; Empress Doris X.
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B. A. R. Bay Area Reporter: vol. 5, #1, January 9, 1975; Empress Doris X.

By Ross, Bob & Donald McLean, editors and publishers, Harvey Milk, G. Ashey Martinson, Doris X, et al.

San Francisco: Benro Enterprises, 1975. Magazine. [32p] 8x10.75 inches, photos, ads, articles, listings, reviews, services, personals, mild wear otherwise a very good magazine-style newspaper in stapled glossy wraps and newsprint. San Francisco-Bay Area's long-running, respected, homophile/LGBT newspaper, a free entertainment and services biweekly community paper. Two articles from Harvey Milk. The 10th Annual Coronation Ball report. In the early days, pre-AIDS, pre-White Night Riots, the political reports were mainly on the campaigns for Empress. Yet with an increase in police & political abuse of gay rights (note the attempt by Republican George Dye to pass a bill requiring all homosexuals be castrated) and the advent of gay activists like Reverend Ray Broshears, the paper began to publish an increasing number of political and gay-rights reports. The emphasis continued to be Drag shows, Tavern Guild and S.I.R. reports. Book, film and stage reviews relating to the gay experience. For the most part, this was an exciting and fun period in the Castro and the early issues reflect that. An important record of the early days of Gay Liberation in SF.

$25.00

YSA Discussion Bulletin, Volume 25, No. 1, October 1981
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YSA Discussion Bulletin, Volume 25, No. 1, October 1981

By Young Socialist Alliance

New York: Young Socialist Alliance, 1981. 22p., wraps, 8.5x11 inches, evenly toned else very good condition. YSA Discussion Bulletin.

$12.00

The Old Mole [16 issues]
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The Old Mole [16 issues]

Toronto: Revolutionary Marxist Group, 1976. Newspaper. Sixteen issues of the paper, spanning the period from January 15, 1973 to February 20, 1976. Issues present are Numbers 2-6, 8, 9, 11-14, 16-19, and 26. Various pagination, most around 15 pages, folded tabloid format, illus., all worn, all except Number 2 evenly browned, some dampstaining and foxing, Numbers 12, 13, and 14 with address labels on front wraps, Number 5 with marker underlining on one page, Number 9 with pen notations on one page, reading copies only. Starting with issue 8, the subtitle "paper of the revolutionary marxist group" is added, with Number 11 it expands to "paper of the revolutionary marxist group--sympathizing organization of the Fourth International". Also included is a 4 page supplement to Number 7 focused on Chile. Articles on the Vietnam war, the Khmer Rouge (the paper is sympathetic), the Marcos regime in the Philippines, the 1973 coup in Chile, Indigenous peoples in Canada, and more. Only 4 in OCLC as of 10/2019.

$175.00

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