Strike up the Band
22.00 in HIGH x 13.94 in WIDE
(55.88 cm HIGH x 35.40 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

"Design donated by Our Town, San Francisco" printed at bottom left. "Are you ready for the 80's? / Michael Green" handwritten in black marker at lower right and "J---Sims" handwritten in blue ballpoint pen in same location.

Poster printed in black ink on white paper. "San Francisco Gay Freedom Day marching Band and Twirling Corps" appears in small black font on a white overall background at upper right. A rectangular graphic above center contains two white hands against a black background. The hand at left holds a conductor's baton that has a sparkling trail emanating from the tip that spells out in gay in cursive script. Large text below the image reads, "Strike up the Band." Small font below at left reads, "The Pacific Center for Human Growth and the Gay Peoples Union, U.C. Berkeley present the opening event of Gay Awareness "Week / Pauley Ballroom, Student Union, U.C. Berkeley 8 o'clock p.m., Monday 12 November 1979 / Tickets $4.00, U.C. Students $3.00 Available at all Bass outlets (75 [cents] service fee) including the University Box Office Also at The Pacific Center, 2712 Telegraph Ave. and at the door (if available)." Bold text at bottom right reads, "Benefit Concert for The Pacific Center 12 November, 8pm."
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