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DARING AND DANGEROUS: The life of Eve Adams, with author Jonathan Ned Katz

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The story of Polish-Jewish lesbian émigré Eve Adams, convicted of obscenity and deported to Europe

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In his forthcoming book, The Daring Life and Dangerous Times of Eve Adams, author Jonathan Ned Katz uncovers the life of Polish-Jewish lesbian émigré Eve Adams, operator of the popular gay and lesbian tearoom in Greenwich Village, who was convicted of obscenity and disorderly conduct and deported. Katz will discuss her remarkable life and eventual death at Auschwitz, using FBI reports and Adams' own letters.

Photo below: Exterior of 129 MacDougal Street, the former location of Eve Adams' Tearoom.

This event is made possible with generous support from American Express, Consolidated Edison, and NYC & Company Foundation.

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