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Dos Lesbos was a play written by Terry Baum, an American feminist playwright, along with Carolyn Myers. The play opened in Ollie's bar in Oakland, California in 1981. It ran for two years in the San Francisco Bay Area and Santa Cruz, California, and was anthologized in Places, Please (1985), the pioneering anthology of lesbian plays, edited by Kate McDermott. Notes on original container: Consider the Alternatives; Dos Lesbos - 3 excerpts 1) 4:49 2) 3:32 3) 13:20= 21:48 California Audiovisual Preservation Project
Master 1/4 inch audio tape
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