50th Anniversary Celebration, The White Horse
22.06 in HIGH x 16.94 in WIDE
(56.04 cm HIGH x 43.02 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

"Design - Gary Bossier/Bosga Graphics - Artwork/Dan Falter" printed vertically at the lower left corner of the graphic.

Poster printed in black and lavender ink on white paper. "50th Anniversary Celebration" appears at top center, with '50th' in large lavender font printed diagonally on the page. Below, a black and white graphic with lavender borders at top and bottom shows the young girl Dorothy from the "Wizard of Oz" with her dog Toto riding a white horse. The figures appear in the center of a landscape showing the San Francisco Bay, and the horse appears in the action of jumping over the Bay Bridge. Inset graphics of UC Berkeley's Sather Tower (also known as the Campanile) and a building with "White Horse" printed on a large sign appear together in the sky in the top left corner. Lavender text below the graphic reads, "There is a Place Like Home?The Horse of Course." "The White Horse" is printed at lower left next to a logo of a white horse raised on two legs within a black square. Small text at lower right reads, "Join us in Celebrating the repeal of Prohibition & the opening of one of the country's first Gay meeting places. / Seven nostalgic nights of Decades of Decadence November 13 thru 19, 1983 TELEGRAPH & 66TH ST BERKELEY/OAKLAND CALIFORNIA (415) 652-3820."
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