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The EllisSymonds book was first published in Berlin , in German , in 1896 , then in London , revised and in English , in 1897. The first English edition included Symonds and Ellis's names as coauthors on the title page , but the Symonds ...
The family library was an early source of Hull's interest in literature , and her grandfather for many years edited and published a newspaper in Constantine , Michigan . Hull reports that books and printing were so much a part of her ...
The correspondence contains references to the 1924 Chicago organizing attempt , to articles Gerber published under pseudonyms , to four books written by Gerber , to plans for a new homosexual emancipation organization .
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I feel I will always owe Ned Katz an enormous debt of gratitude for this early classic compendium on gay and lesbian history in the USA. First, he is both sincere and thorough in his feminism and ... Read full review