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Berkeley: SLATE, 1958. Single issue of the newsletter, four pages, very good. The first periodical issued by SLATE, the campus activist group that was a precursor to the wild and woolly 1960s at Berkeley. Features news about campus politics and an effort by SLATE to have student bookstores raise their...
Los Angeles: no publisher noted, 1978. Single 8.5x14 inch sheet handbill, fold crease at bottom otherwise very good on yellow stock with bold, black text. Other text reads -Ransacking of BSA Office, Bill Davis Controversy, Irresponsible Journalism by Daily Bruin, TA Cutbacks, Racism in Law School, Racism! with an 11-line...
Ann Arbor, WI: Youth Liberation, 1975. Two issues of the publication, 40p. each, the initials standing for Freedom, Peace and Solidarity. Very good. Radical anti-skool, youth liberation journal, touching on issues such as student rights, starting a student paper, youth in colonial times, and more.
San Francisco: Haight Ashbury Newspaper Collective, 1980.  p., folded tabloid, illus., evenly toned else very good condition. Neighborhood news, calendar of events, and numerous ads for neighborhood shops of the era. Holliday issue with centerfold of Christmas drawings by children.
San Francisco: Heliotrope, 1973. 8p. tabloid format newspaper, paper toned, otherwise very good. Listing of alternative education classes (From standards like photography and hypnosis to people's self-defense, LGBT encounter groups, and alpha brain wave training. Includes listings for SF, Marin, and the East Bay.
New York: Trans-High Corporation, 1977. Magazine. 114p., 8.25x11 inches, slick magazine, illus., mild toning on some pages, else very good. This issue of the archetypal drugs and counter-culture magazine is most distinguished by containing the 7-page "premier issue" of VAMP: Fantasy and Humor by Women, edited by Terry Richards and...
Berkeley: Hog Farm, 1991. 12p., tabloid format newspaper of Wavy Gravy's group, with articles on community members' activities, ads for Clown Clinic and a Jerry Garcia performance, an upbeat piece by Wavy Gravy's mother-in-law about the joys of living in a commune, and more. Horizontal fold, some toning, otherwise very good.
Oklahoma City: the newspaper, 1972. Single issue of the undeground newspaper, generally even toning, horizontal fold, moderate edgewear. This issue includes material on prisons, such as TX Bond's "The myth of prison reform," a full page painting by an Oklahoma prisoner, Leo Darrell Chandler, and a piece by Jim Cook...
Jackson, MS: 1969. Newspaper. 12p., folded tabloid, lightly tanned, illus., a couple of small closed tears at bottom edge, else very good. Southern underground newspaper, a "Mississippi Student News Project," with both news of MS universities and colleges and broader countercultural subjects. Includes report on demonstrations at Nixon's inauguration in...
New York: Guardian Workers Collective, 1970. 16p., folded tabloid, lightly toned, mailing label on rear cover, some page corners creased, else very good. Apparently the second issue published by the Guardian workers who seized control of the Guardian's offices in their dispute with the radical newspaper's management. (Issue number is...
Montague, MA: Liberation News Service / New Media Project, 1968. 24p., 8.5x11 inches, staplebound at upper left; very good. LNS was the primary news service providing radical movement news and comment to the underground press. This packet includes a cover story on Hubert H Humphrey getting the finger, Billy Graham...
New York: Liberation News Service / New Media Project, 1968. 16p., 8.5x11 inches, staplebound at upper left; horizontally creased, small stain on rear wrap, a few small stains throughout else good condition. LNS was the primary news service providing radical movement news and comment to the underground press. This packet...
Madison, WI: Kaleidoscope Publishing Co., 1970. 24p., folded tabloid, wraps., illus., browned paper, some fraying on bottom edge, else very good. This issue details the travails of the paper's editor before a Grand Jury and his contempt citation, communiques from both the Weather Underground and Tim Leary in the wake...
St. Louis, MO: Cardinal Mindszenty Foundation, 1963, 1970. Two issues of the anticommunist cardinal's newsletter, 8.5x11 inches, four pages each. Issues present are Aug. 15 1963 and March 15, 1970, the latter slightly toned. The latter issue is devoted to exposing communist subversion and degenerate morality in the musical "Hair."