(True Crime) (Serial Killers) Ephemera from the possessions of lonely heart killer, Harm Drenth, together with material related to the case.
[Hal Zucker]. H Zucca., 1958
Domination and sports fetishism.
War Department and American Social Hygiene Association, 1918?; 1942
Two pamphlets written for enlisted soldiers, describing sex and VD. Sections on wet dreams, masturbation, etc.
United States Interdepartmental Social Hygiene Board, Washington, D.C., 1920
Unusual documentation of federal efforts to coordinate research and prevention of VD, policy that disproportionately impacted women.
New York Social Hygiene Society; American Social Hygiene Association, 1914-1924
Incl. well-illustrated examples of health exhibits and public information campaigns against venereal disease.
Chicago public health & venereal disease pamphlets. Scarce.
WWI-era VD pamphlet, seemingly unrecorded in OCLC.
Wm. Lee Howard, 1910
Let's talk about sex: “By secrecy we encourage mental perversion.”
Pamphlets, fliers, and serials.
Documenting the pioneering work of the only compulsory VD clinic for prostitutes in the US.
1957 or 1960
Vintage print of the preacher in a Times Square sex shop.
Scarce, many unrecorded. Offering broad perspective on contemporary dating and sexuality.
Phil Donahue, 1984
Rare transcript of show on Asian mail-order brides and Asian sexual stereotypes.
Together with Clean Love and Courtship.
Late 19th- or early 20th-century cards, used popularly for humorous introductions.
Wisconsin Vice Committee., 1914
J.H. Greer, 1913
The cure for prostitution is socialism.
Pennsylvanian reports on social disease and vice, including recommendations for sterilization from the Pittsburgh commission.
US Surgeon General; American Library Association, 1918
Librarians. Venereal Disease. User Services par excellence.
[Cosden Oil & Gas Company?], 1918
Quackery? Otherwise unrecorded.
War Department; Third Air Force, ca. 1941-1944
Illustrated stories of sexual encounters between enlisted men and licentious women. Unrecorded in OCLC.
Rare scenes from San Francisco's gay biker bars.
Amalgamated Housing Corporation, 1958
Decatur Iron and Steel Co., Roanoke Iron and Bridge Works, Southern Steel Co., Van Dorn, and VANCO, ca. 1965-1975
Modern marketing for the emergent prison-industrial complex.
Lechner & Stump, [1866?]
Rare broadside with striking illustration.
Committee of One-hundred for the Suppression of Commercialized Vice in St. Louis, 1914
Commonwealth of Massachusetts; Commission for Investigation of White Slave Traffic, 1914
Sociological research, incl. interviews with known prostitutes and johns.
Dr. McIntosh's Natural Uterine Supporter Company, ca. 1876-1882
Vaginal pessary leaflet.
Broadside featuring actress Cora Neilson as the cross-dressing, cross-ethnic heroine of the colonial fantasy, "French Spy."
The "white light" of scientific inquiry applied to antiprostitution and social welfare campaigns.
Walter E. and Opal N. Reasoner, 
Otherwise unrecorded marriage agency for lower-middle-class and middle-class clients, incl. an application.
Promoting a directory of 2000+ ladies available for "amusement, mutual improvement [and] matrimony.”
Haags Gemeentemuseum, 1970
Robert Rauschenberg, 
Experimental "collage" catalogue essay in an early and uncommon catalogue.
Claes Oldenburg, 1959
The earliest Oldenburg publication?
Marxist Leninist repudiation of homosexuality documents the mixed history of communism and LGBTQ rights.
International nudist serial.
Modern dance pioneer Doris Humphrey.
Otherwise unrecorded sales list of abstract artist Mark Tobey's library.
Swedish exhibition poster.