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             “Jack Fritscher and Roger Radloff,” 1961. Fritscher and Radloff were longtime nonsexual
             friends and roommates at the Pontifical College Josephinum where Fritscher was the editor
             of the college paper, Pulse, as well as writer and editor for The Josephinum Review. In 1991,
             the Reverend Roger Radloff, a Jungian psychiatrist and priest in Miami, died of [Catholic
             obituary quote] “the dread disease of cancer” [unquote], after being—in the wider salon—a
             client of Fritscher’s friend, David Hurles, whose Old Reliable studio specialized in photos
             and videos of rough trade. Photograph taken with Jack Fritscher’s camera handed to a
             friend. ©Jack Fritscher.



                   Captions: Eyewitness documentation of the existence of graphics providing
                   internal evidence supporting Jack Fritscher’s text are located in the Jack Fritscher
                   and Mark Hemry GLBT History collection. Out of respect for issues of copy-
                   right, model releases, permissions, and privacy, some graphics are not available
                   for publication at this time, but can be shown by appointment.

                        Photograph. “Jack Fritscher and Robert Mapplethorpe Entwined,” Stom-
              Eyewitness  pers Gallery, New York, 1979. Photographer as yet unknown.
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