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Part one of the Fruit Punch recording includes coverage of Harry Britt's swearing in as San Francisco Supervisor, appointed to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors in January 1979 by Mayor Dianne Feinstein, succeeding Harvey Milk after his assassination by Dan White. Also included is coverage of the Body Politic Collective obscenity trial in Toronto, Canada, and San Francisco's Bakery Cafe labor dispute. Part 2 is a call-in show on gay and lesbian relationships. Notes on original container: 1/3/79 Call in show on relationships, music at beginning, not very interesting. 1/10/79 Bakery cafe-on the street interviews and picketers talking to restaurant patrons. Harry Brit- swearing in ceremony and his inaugural speech. California Audiovisual Preservation Project
Master 1/4 inch audio tape
1 Tape of 1 01:25:43
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