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[Newspaper cutting (1871? The Times?) about an appearance of Christina and Millie McCoy, 'The African Twins' or Two-Headed Nightingale (with Anna Swan, the Nova Scotian Giantess and Captain Bates, a Kentucky Giant). They were conjoined twin girls, born in North Carolina in 1851. Their mother was a slave].
A group of gay men including a transvestite, a black man and a man in a wheelchair sit having a picnic on a check blanket in a field with the message: "A family takes care"; an advertisement for the support services for gay men affected by AIDS by the Deutsche AIDS-Hilfe e.V. Colour lithograph by Michael Taubenheim and Wolfgang Mudra.
- [between 1990 and 1999]