San Francisco: Dick Jay and Keith Wayde, 1971. 16” x 11 3/8”. Newsprint. pp. 8. Very good plus with minor wear and some toning at extremities.
Adz Gayzette, which ran from 1970-1972, was a free newspaper targeted to the San Francisco gay community. In addition to occasional news reporting, it provided a weekly calendar of events, classifieds and personals, an advice column and more. This “Directory Issue” has a centerfold spread listing around 100 gay friendly businesses in the San Francisco area. The locations of 80 of them are shown on three street maps.
OCLC shows 11 institutions over three entries with physical copies of Adz Gayzette in the United States, though little information about which issues are held.
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