[WOMEN'S PRESS COLLECTIVE]
Women's Press. Vol 1, no 2 - Vol 2, no 5 (Jan-Feb 1971 - August 1972). Fourteen issues.
Eugene, OR: Women's Press Collective, 1971-72. Representative run of early issues of this long-running feminist underground paper, which continued until the late 1980s. Produced by a revolving team of editors and centered on local and regional matters; Jan-Feb 1971 issue states the paper's mission as follows: "...many of us feel that there are enough "radical" women's papers and we would like to cover more than just the rhetorical topics that are already being covered by other papers. We have decided on an open editorial policy which only excludes rhetoric." Fourteen tabloid issues. On newsprint. Horizontal folds (as issued); slight browning to paper, else a Near Fine, uncirculated run, lacking Vol 1, no 1 and one other issue (Vol 1, no 10, though it is not certain that this issue was published); issue for September 1971 incorrectly labeled Vol 1, no. 7 (should be 8). Mostly monthly, but some issues bi-monthly.