BLAIR PALTRIDGE

Blair Paltridge photographed The Cockettes in some of their early theatrical productions. This laid the groundwork for his fine photography and scholarly research in Mexican Art History. Blair was one of the earlier editors of the San Francisco Bay Guardian. He once ran an autoerotic poem in the underground publication Open Process, by an anarchist student under the pen name of Jefferson Fuck Poland. This resulted in his temporary suspension from SFSU. Blair was re-instead after the American Civil Liberties Union intervened.

Hibiscus in Hollywood Babylon
1970
Photo © Blair Paltridge
Brent and Rumi in Hollywood Babylon
1970
Photo © Blair Paltridge
Palace Marquee
1970
Photo © Blair Paltridge
Johnny in Golden Gate Park
1970
Photo © Blair Paltridge
John Rothermel, Sandy, Aaron, Rumi, Toby, Kreemah Ritz and Johnny
Recreation of the Painting "Allegory of Venus" by Agnolo Bonzino, painted circa 1546
1970
Photo © Blair Paltridge
Judith, Rumi, Bobby and Johnny in Golden Gate Park
1970
Photo © Blair Paltridge

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