LGBTQIA periodical and ephemera collection. box 33, LGBTQIA periodicals and ephemera by language.

[Numerous places of publication] : [various publishers], [20th and 21st centuries].
21 volumes in box : illustrations (some color) ; 27x40 cm.


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LGBTQIA periodical and ephemera collection ; box 33
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This collection is comprised of LGBTQIA materials including: periodicals, magazines, ephemera and monographs. The collection is international in scope, largely concentrated from the 1950's to the early 2000's.
  • Title created by cataloger.
  • "Boys" consists of two issues (no. 2 (undated); no. 3 (undated)).
  • "Lettre ouverte" consists of six issues (no. 22 (16 juillet au 31 août 1997) ; no. 53 (mai/juin 2002) ; no. 56 (novembre/décembre 2002) ; no. 66 (juillet/août 2004) ; no. 67 (septembre/octobre 2004) ; no. 68 (novembre/décembre 2004)).
  • "Rebis: sexualité et tradition" consists of one issue (numéro 12 (printemps 1987)).
  • "Alter ego" consists of three issues (no. 1 (undated) ; no. 2 (undated) ; no. 3 (©1979)).
  • "Masques: revue des homosexualités" consists of one issue (no. 4 (printemps 80)).
  • "Tendres voyous: ruffians strolche" consists of one issue (no. 10 (undated)).
  • "Blue notes: the national magazine of gay correspondence" consists of one issue (undated).
  • "Les mecs de l'eté" consists of one issue (1980).
  • "G magazine" consists of one issue (no. 7 (undated)).
  • "Little man" consists of one issue (no. 1 (1980)).
  • "Le reseau" consists of three issues (undated).
  • Boys
  • Lettre ouverte
  • Rebis: sexualité et tradition
  • Alter ego
  • Masques: revue des homosexualités
  • Tendres voyous: ruffians strolche
  • Blue notes: the national magazine of gay correspondence
  • Les mecs de l'eté
  • G magazine
  • Little man
  • Le reseau.
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LGBTQIA periodicals and ephemera by language
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