- CA ON0034 10-001-S10-F14-I1
- [ 1973 - 1992]
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This item consists of a pink Vancouver Rape Relief and Women's Shelter business card including services information and phone number in black letters.
- CA ON0034 10-001-S10-F2-I4
This item consists of a cream bookmark with red vertical strip, text "Falling from Grace" in red letters, author's name "Elly Van de Walle" in black letters and publication house "Press Gang" at bottom of bookmark.
- CA ON0034 10-001-S10-F2-I6
- [ 1973 - 1992]
This item consists of a grey-blue bookmark with text and design in black. Information on bookmark includes store logo, name, address, phone number, and store hours.
- CA ON0034 10-001-S10-F2-I7
- [between 1972-1992]
This item consists of a yellow bookmark with a design of three women reading and information about Ariel Books.
- CA ON0034 10-001-S10-F3-I12
- July 13-15, 1984
This item is a white ticket (no. 2497) and card. The recto includes a ticket to the Vancouver Folk Music Festival with a design of a violin and bird playing the banjo and a text "Vancouver Folk Music Festival" and dates in blue. The verso comprises of support card for the publication house Press Gang with a design of 2 women, printing press, cat, currency notes hanging from a clothes line and text "Support your local Women's Press".
- CA ON0034 10-001-S10-F35-I6
This item consists of a scrapbook with yellow cover containing news clippings from 1975-1976.
- CA ON0034 10-001-S10-F35-I7
This item consists of a green cover scrapbook containing mostly clippings from 1975.
- CA ON0034 10-001-S10-F35-I8
This item consists of a reddish-orange scrapbook containing mostly 1974 clippings from Vancouver.
- CA ON0034 10-001-S10-F5-I1
This item consists of a matchbook from the Vancouver Lesbian Bar in a sealed envelope.
- CA ON0034 10-001-S10-F6-I7
Postcard with black and white photograph of bar The Quadra by Alison Sawyer. This postcard includes following text on verso: "The Quadra, Vancouver. Located upstairs from a postal station, the Quadra is famous for the heated debates inspired by its Playboy pin-up décor. Not for the politically squeamish."
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