The Julius
The Julius is New York's oldest continuously operating gay bar. Prior to 1966 it was illegal in the city of New York to serve alcohol to gay or lebsian patrons.  A protest was staged in the Julius that year which helped overturn this legislation and gave momentum to the early LGBT civil rights movement.

This book was written and designed as a reaction to visiting the Julius and speaking with the patrons and employees.  The topic of gay culture and community arose; whether there was still such a need in today's more socially progressive climate.  This book contains original writing along with other interviews and essays that I encountered during my research.
@ Pratt Institute, New York. 2014.