Berkeley Tribe: Vol. 1, No. 12 (#12), Sept 26-Oct 3, 1969. Red Mountain Tribe.

Berkeley Tribe: Vol. 1, No. 12 (#12), Sept 26-Oct 3, 1969

Berkeley, CA: Red Mountain Tribe, 1969. Newspaper. 28 p., folded tabloid (11.5x17 inches), mild toning and edgewear especially along foldlines, one word ("love") in ink on cover, a good copy. Cover text is a short-title mix: Mexico in Revolt see page 5, Big Dope Holdup, Family Dog Flying, &c.

Content starts with a Ron Cobb take on air traffic problems (all-too-closely resembles 9/11), Berkeley renters' action, Vietnam short-takes, P G & E collects a "riot tax" to compensate Alameda County police and the National Guard for battling young citizens, The Tribe (the Red Mountain Tribe folks) withdraw support for Lake Amador's Gold Rush rock concert, Panther Warren Wells convicted, several police beatings (includes a lost eyeball), a quarter page on Raymond Broshears (with a photo-portrait! 2.5x2 inches, he wears a small Frank Zappa type moustache and chin-comma ), a full-page of John Bryan describing San Francisco's Dolores Park area.

Cat.No: 204900

Price: $20.00