Signed – Out and Proud in Chicago: An Overview of the City’s Gay Community, 1st/1st, vg-hc

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Signed – Out and Proud in Chicago: An Overview of the City’s Gay Community – edited by Tracy Baim with 32 other contributors.  Surrey Books, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A. 2008.  First Edition with full number line.  224pp. 10.25×9.75×0.75.  SIGNED in black & blue pen ink, and black marker by both Senior Editors – William Kelley and Jorjet Harper, and nine of the Contributing Editors on the front facing end page (see photo).  Hardcover in VERY GOOD COLLECTIBLE condition – photographic dust wrapper is bright and clean, price clipped and has one small 1/8th-inch closed tear on bottom spine with slight edgewear, else Fine.  Paper over boards hardcover is tight, clean, bright and unmarked, with tiny bump to bottom front cover corner, all interior pages clean and unmarked.

Features nearly 400 images and dozens of essays, stories, and articles depicting Chicago’s gay community from the 1800s through the 2000s. Offers an overview of the gay community’s role in Chicago’s history, and the parallel development of the city’s gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender communities. Scarce – SIGNED and COLLECTIBLE.

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Weight 3.00 lbs
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SIGNED – OUT AND PROUD IN CHICAGO: An Overview of the City's Gay Community – edited by Tracy Baim with 32 other contributors. Surrey Books, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A. 2008. First Edition with full number line. 224pp. 10.25×9.75×0.75. SIGNED in black & blue pen ink, and black marker by both Senior Editors – William Kelley and Jorjet Harper, and nine of the Contributing Editors on the front facing end page (see photo). Hardcover in VERY GOOD condition – photographic dust wrapper is bright and clean, price clipped and has one small 1/8th-inch closed tear on bottom spine with slight edgewear, else Fine. Paper over boards hardcover is tight, clean, bright and unmarked, with tiny bump to bottom front cover corner, all interior pages clean and unmarked. Features nearly 400 images and dozens of essays, stories and articles depicting Chicago's gay community from the 1800s through the 2000s. Offers an overview of the gay community's role in Chicago's history, and the parallel development of the city's gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender communities. Scarce – SIGNED and COLLECTIBLE.