Berkeley: Berkeley Barb, 1969. Newspaper. 16p., folded tabloid underground newspaper, illustrated with b&w photos, local ads, articles, news, columns, toned and frayed else very good on newsprint.
Another issue from the Allan Coult interregnum, before the return of Max Scherr as owner. Cover headline: "Paranoia" accompanying nicely a detailed cartoon and lead essay illustrating same. Centerspread features long think piece on "The Creative Visionary and the New Revolution", while another full page is devoted to "What's Wrong with California?", a talk given by Charles McCabe (feisty SF Chron. columnist) before the Commonwealth Club. A smattering of the usual news (Panther Chairman busted) and sex ads.