The San Joaquin historian: vol. 1, new series, #3, Fall 1987: Elvira Mugarrieta alias Jack Bee Garland or, in Stockton, Babe Bean
by Bloom, John Porter, editor, Louis G. Sullivan
Lodi, CA: San Joaquin Historical Society, 1987. Magazine. 16p., includes covers, 7x10 inches, illustrations, very good newsletter in stapled yellow wraps. This issue is comprised fully of the offprint of Sullivan's essay on crossdresser Babe Bean, a young woman who lived for a time on an ark (houseboat) in Stockton as a young man named Jack. Originally published at greater length with annotations in volume 4 of The Study of History (1976) a publication of papers written for History 10 at San Joaquin Delta College. (Inventory #: 202777)
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