San Francisco: Trystero Company, 1969. Newspaper. 36 folded tabloids, illus., some toning, with a bit of fraying, chips, tears, on a few issues, most issues have subscription mailing stamps addressed to People's World on the front page. All issues have two holes punched near left spine-folds, indicating these were formerly archived flat in large ring-bound binders. Issues present: Vol. 2, Nos. 1, 4, 8, 11, 13-35, 37, 41-44, 46-49.
1969 is the year that S.F.'s main political underground paper morphed (with Vol. 2, No. 13) into the Good Times, a more communal, countercultural, dope-oriented paper. For most of the year it tried to sell itself (in the fine print) as a bulletin of an Universal Life Church affiliated Church of the Time). Extensive coverage of sex, drugs, and rock 'n roll, and local S.F. countercultural news, with some Panther, Yippie, anti-war material as well. Sporadic comix by Dan O'Neill, Harry Driggs, and others.