Allen Cohen - San Francisco Oracle, Human-Be-IN, History of the Haight-Ashbury.
Aspen - This is a web version of Aspen, a multimedia magazine of the arts published
by Phyllis Johnson from 1965 to 1971. Each issue came in a customized box filled with booklets, phonograph recordings, posters, postcards
- one issue even included a spool of Super-8 movie film. It's all here.
Berkeley Barb - One of the earliest and most influential underground newspapers to serve the civil rights, anti-war, and countercultural movements. Launched on 13 Aug 1965, by Max Scherr.
Hippies Collection 1965-1972 - San Francisco History Center. This collection
documents the counter-culture movement of the mid 1960's in San Francisco, the Summer of Love (1967), and local anti-war and racial equality
movements, to a lesser degree. The Hippies Collection includes correspondence, newspapers, little magazines, poetry, monographs, clippings
(from mainstream periodicals), ephemera. The bulk of the collection emanates from San Francisco, though some counter-culture publications from outside
San Francisco and California are included.
Red House Books - Sells out-of-print books on subjects like social movements of the 1960s,
the Beat Generation.
San Francisco Oracle Facsimile - A complete, full-color recreation
in book form of all 12 issues of the legendary psychedelic newspaper originally published in the Haight-Ashbury during the Summer of
S.F. Heart - Dedicated to San Francisco and the promotion and practice of peace and love.
Sixties Project - A collective of humanities scholars using electronic resources
to make available primary and secondary sources for researchers, students, teachers, writers and librarians interested in the Sixties.
The Sixties: Primary Documents and Personal Narratives 1960-1974 - Brings the 1960s alive through diaries, letters, autobiographies and other memoirs, written and oral histories, manifestos, government documents, memorabilia, and scholarly commentary. With 150,000 pages of material at completion, this searchable collection is an important electronic resource for students and scholars researching this period in American history, culture, and politics.
Wes Wilson - The father of the 1960s rock concert poster and one of the leading designers of psychedelic posters. Best-known for designing posters for Bill Graham of the The Fillmore in San Francisco, he invented a style that is now synonymous with the peace movement, psychedelic era and the 1960s.
Yippie Girl - The ongoing chronicles of Judy Gumbo Albert, an original member of the Yippies.
Yippies (Youth International Party) - Wikipedia backgorunder. A radically youth-oriented and countercultural revolutionary offshoot of the free speech and anti-war movements of the 1960s. It was founded on 31 Dec 1967.
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