Fischer’s pho­tographs were pri­mar­i­ly tak­en in the era’s gay meccas—San Francisco’s Cas­tro and Haight Ash­bury districts—and include expla­na­tions of visu­al codes like ear­rings, hand­ker­chiefs and keys as well as arche­typ­al gay styles like a leather man, an ‘urbane’ gen­tle­man and a ‘basic gay’ street style.