Correspondence Between William S. Tuel and Pan Graphic Press, April 1962

Correspondence Between William S. Tuel and Pan Graphic Press, April 1962

in Harold L. Call Papers, of ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives (Los Angeles, CA - Hollywood) (April 1962), Pan-Graphic Press, Inc. Subseries 2.1. 1954-1974, Box 3, Folder 19: Correspondence 1956 - 1966; Finances 1954 - 1974 , 2 page(s)

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Abstract / Summary
A hand-written letter from William S. Tuel to Pan-Graphic Press asks about the possibility of publishing a book he is writing. A reply letter from Harold Call clarifies that PGP's niche is that of gay-related writing, and that its book-publishing is done as a ''vanity press.'' He encourages Tuel to seek other publishers if that is not what he is looking for.
Field of Interest
LGBT Studies
Copyright Message
Copyright © 2015 by The University of Southern California. All rights reserved.
Content Type
Letter
Duration
0 sec
Warning: Contains explicit content
No
Format
Text
Page Count
2
Series Number
Pan-Graphic Press, Inc. Subseries 2.1. 1954-1974, Box 3, Folder 19: Correspondence 1956 - 1966; Finances 1954 - 1974
Subject
LGBT Studies, Diversity, LGBT in the Arts, Publisher-writer relations, LGBT en las Artes, LGBT nas Artes, Pan-Graphic Press
Keywords and Translated Subjects
LGBT en las Artes, LGBT nas Artes

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