Vice Versa, Volume I, Number 2, July 1947

Vice Versa, Volume I, Number 2, July 1947

written by Edith Eyde, 1921-, in Vice Versa (Magazine), Volume I, Number 2, July 1947 (Los Angeles, CA: Privately Published, 1947, originally published 1947), 25 page(s)

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Abstract / Summary
An 18-page package of documents includes the July 1947 issue of Vice Versa, 'America's Gayest Magazine.' It includes fiction, verse, and a long article on Radclyffe Hall's 1928 novel, 'The Well of Loneliness.' It is accompanied by two paperback covers of that book, as well as that of another, titled 'Diana;', and by two photos, one of a group of laughing, young women surrounding an older one who appears taken aback, and one of a group of women frolicking in a swimming pool.
Field of Interest
LGBT Studies
Author
Edith Eyde, 1921-
Publisher
Privately Published
Copyright Message
Copyright © 1947 by Lisa Ben
Content Type
Periodical issue
Warning: Contains explicit content
No
Format
Text
Original Publication Date
1947-07
Page Count
25
Publication Year
1947
Place Published / Released
Los Angeles, CA
Series Number
Volume I, Number 2, July 1947
Subject
LGBT Studies, Diversity, Social and Cultural Life, Gender and Sexuality, LGBT in the Arts, Film and films, Lesbians, Literary reviews, Vida Cultural e Social, Vida Social y Cultural, Género y Sexualidad, Gênero e Sexualidade, LGBT en las Artes, LGBT nas Artes
Series / Program
Vice Versa (Magazine)
Keywords and Translated Subjects
Vida Cultural e Social, Vida Social y Cultural, Género y Sexualidad, Gênero e Sexualidade, LGBT en las Artes, LGBT nas Artes

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