Vol. 1 no. 1. San Francisco, September 20, 1966. Tabloïd size. (Somewhat waterstained, paper with slight waving, endemic browning; but otherwise intact.

EUR 900.00

First number of the most illustrious underground paper of the hippie era. Printed in San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury during the "Summer of Love", this paper became famous for it's lavish color psychedelic art.
With contributions by Allen Ginsberg, Allen Cohen, John Brownson, Marshall Mc Luhan, Marsha Thelin, Robert Creeley, Kent Minault, David Harris, a.o. On front page the article: Haight - Ashbury meets police. One of the most historically significant and visually stunning productions of the '60s counterculture at its peak. While later issues are relatively common, the early issues are rare.