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CLARKE, Lige & Jack Nichols

Published by New York: Four Swords (1969). tabloid, 20pp. Volume 1 #1
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New York: Four Swords (1969). tabloid, 20pp. Volume 1 #1. The first issue of this early gay tabloid newspaper, which continued for several years before expiring in 1972. Essays by Angelo d'Arcangelo, Al Goldstein, Dick Leitsch and others. A bit more literary than Gay Power, but containing numerous explicit photographs and artwork, classifieds. The issue also contains an essay on lesbianism. A near fine example of a important historical document in gay liberation. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: GAY
Publisher: New York: Four Swords (1969). tabloid, 20pp. Volume 1 #1

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Clarke, Lige & Jack Nichols
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Book Description Four Swords, New York, 1970. Newspaper. 20p. folded tabloid newspaper, illustrations, photos, ads, columns, listings, reviews, news etc., some toning otherwise a very good on newsprint with yellow and blue spot color, edgewear to folds. The tabloid had stringers across the country and national distribution and lasted until executive editors Lige Clarke and Jack Nichols resigned after issue 105. While the publishers planned to continue, 105 appears to have been the final issue. Bookseller Inventory # 217667

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Book Description Four Swords, New York, 1972. Newspaper. 8 issue broken run of the folded tabloid newspaper, various pagination, photos, ads, articles, news, essays, theatre and film reviews, toning and some splitting to the newsprint. The newspaper, with stringers across the country and national distribution, lasted until executive editors Lige Clarke and Jack Nichols resigned after issue 105. While the publishers planned to continue, 105 appears to have been the final issue. Articles on Gays and the 1972 elections, Firefighter's Union rep Michael Maye's physical assault of several gay protesters at a Hilton dinner and the trial that dragged on through the summer, Gay Liberation planned protests in San Diego at a GOP convention site, a report on the first San Francisco Gay Pride Parade and more. Bookseller Inventory # 183011

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Book Description Four Swords, New York, 1970. Newspaper. 20p. folded tabloid newspaper, illustrations, photos, ads, columns, listings, reviews, news etc., very good on newsprint with blue and orange spot colors. Cover story: The Dirtiest Show in Town. Also The Screw Trial Ends. Great illustrations. The tabloid had stringers across the country and national distribution and lasted until executive editors Lige Clarke and Jack Nichols resigned after issue 105. While the publishers planned to continue, 109 appears to have been the final issue. Bookseller Inventory # 186298

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Book Description Four Swords, New York, 1972. Newspaper. 15 issues, a broken run of the national weekly tabloid newspaper launched in 1969, various pagination, very fragile and toned, early issues with separated pages but intact, closed tears, chips. The newspaper, with stringers across the country and national distribution, lasted until executive editors Lige Clarke and Jack Nichols resigned after issue 105. While the publishers planned to continue, 105 appears to have been the final issue. Articles on Gays and the 1972 elections, Firefighter's Union rep Michael Maye's physical assault of several gay protesters at a Hilton dinner and the trial that dragged on through the summer, Gay Liberation planned protests in San Diego at a GOP convention site, a report on the first San Francisco Gay Pride Parade and more. Bookseller Inventory # 182840

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