- Two volumes of The Natoma Free Sun, 1968 Includes: The Natoma Free Sun, Vol. 1, No. 1 - April 25, 1968. San Francisco, Natoma Free Sun, 1968. Edited by Gail Dusenbery. Newspaper type publication, 45.5 x 30 cm, 4 pp, folded once. Featuring written work by David Cole, Clemens Starck, Leland Stoney, Harry Newman, Luis Garcia, Suzanne Brooke, Diane Moran, Harvey Bialy, John Simon, Richard Denner, Ken McLaren, and Jim Wehlage. Also includes Claude Pelieu’s text ‘At 7 p.m.’ dated April 5th, 1968 location San Fran Fascist America, translated by Mary Beach. Regular age toning and tiny wear along margins, generally a fine copy. + The Natoma Free Sun,
Vol. 1, No. 2 – July 25, 1968. This issue edited by James Liddy. Contributions by David Polk, Mary Rexroth, Thomas Hill, William Siverley, James Liddy. Copy with spotting and age toning, else fine.