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Northwest Passage, Vol. 5, No. 11, Sept. 27 - Oct. 10, 1971
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Northwest Passage, Vol. 5, No. 11, Sept. 27 - Oct. 10, 1971

Bellingham, WA: Northwest Passage, 1971. Newspaper. 32p., folded tabloid, paper toned, illus., some fraying and dog-earing, some evidence of contact with water, else good. Underground paper covering movement news for Seattle and Bellingham. Centerspread features hippie recipes (with appropriate cartoon illustrations) for Carob-Fudge, Mincemeat Bars, and Great Green Good (don't ask). Also features reports on the Satsop Music Festival, write-up of the Ananda Marga Yoga Society, Moon-based birth control, hip travelers to Kabul and of course an astrology column. Plus news and ads of the era.

$18.00

Free Charles Manson [pinback button]
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Free Charles Manson [pinback button]

Philadelphia: Horn Co, 1969. 1.75 inch diameter pin, intrinsic rust stains. These pins were ordered by a staff member of Vortex, a Lawrence, Kansas underground newspaper, who had them manufactured by the Horn Company, which was then a prominent maker of pins for activist causes. Vortex published an article at the same time these were issued, asserting that Manson had been framed by the government. These pins were intended as a fundraiser for the newspaper, though they did not prove very popular. We obtained the final stash from the original Kansas activist, who now feels somewhat sheepish about his advocacy for this particular cause. Unfortunately all of the pins are marred by rust stains. The pin in the accompanying photo is the actual one you will get.

$25.00

Free Charles Manson [pinback button]
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Free Charles Manson [pinback button]

Philadelphia: Horn Co, 1969. 1.75 inch diameter pin, intrinsic rust stains. These pins were ordered by a staff member of Vortex, a Lawrence, Kansas underground newspaper, who had them manufactured by the Horn Company, which was then a prominent maker of pins for activist causes. Vortex published an article at the same time these were issued, asserting that Manson had been framed by the government. These pins were intended as a fundraiser for the newspaper, though they did not prove very popular. We obtained the final stash from the original Kansas activist, who now feels somewhat sheepish about his advocacy for this particular cause. Unfortunately all of the pins are marred by rust stains. The pin in the accompanying photo is the actual one you will get.

$25.00

Free Charles Manson [pinback button]
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Free Charles Manson [pinback button]

Philadelphia: Horn Co, 1969. 1.75 inch diameter pin, intrinsic rust stains. These pins were ordered by a staff member of Vortex, a Lawrence, Kansas underground newspaper, who had them manufactured by the Horn Company, which was then a prominent maker of pins for activist causes. Vortex published an article at the same time these were issued, asserting that Manson had been framed by the government. These pins were intended as a fundraiser for the newspaper, though they did not prove very popular. We obtained the final stash from the original Kansas activist, who now feels somewhat sheepish about his advocacy for this particular cause. Unfortunately all of the pins are marred by rust stains. The pin in the accompanying photo is the actual one you will get.

$25.00

The East Village Other; Vol. 3, No. 32?, [early July, 1968]
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The East Village Other; Vol. 3, No. 32?, [early July, 1968]

By [Rodriguez, Spain and Kim Deitch]

New York: East Village Other, Inc, 1968. Newspaper. 16p., folded tabloid, evenly toned, illus., mailing label overlaps cover logo, a few small closed tears, else very good. Thinner than usual issue, BUT collosal centerspread by Spain: "The Rape of the Toe Queen". Also: Full-page art by Kim Deitch presenting a "magic disk" mandala to cut-out and mount on cardboard, cut slits in, and spin before a mirror looking through slits. Remainder is the usual EVO columnists yakking on film, politics, music, and politics. Issue was published missing both issue number and date. Date estimate based on ads inside.

$40.00

Long Island Free Press, Vol. 1, No. 4, July-August 1972; \
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Long Island Free Press, Vol. 1, No. 4, July-August 1972; "What You Do Is News

By Long Island Collective

Westbury, NY: Long Island Collective, 1972. Newspaper. 12p., folded tabloid, illus., toned, chipped and dog-eared at top right corners, else good. Newspaper published for Nassau and Suffolk counties by a collective of workers for workers. Material on the "newly-formed Eastern Farm Workers Association", the Attica Brigade, West Virginia mining disaster, inflation, etc. A hybrid between a radical political paper and an underground paper.

$15.00

The East Village Other; Vol.3, No.18, Apr. 5-11, 1968
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The East Village Other; Vol.3, No.18, Apr. 5-11, 1968

By [Rodriguez, Spain and Kim Deitch]

New York: East Village Other, Inc, 1968. Newspaper. 24p., folded tabloid, 11.5 x 16 inches, illus., lightly and evenly toned, a few small closed tears and a chip or two, mailing label overlapping cover logo, else very good condition. Cover shows Mickey Rooney (?) reacting to headline "Hanoi Says Yes?" Inside: full-page "Zap Zap Comix" by Spain, full-page Sunshine Girl strip by Kim Deitch, Lennox Raphael cogitating on H. Rap Brown, full-page naked Slumgoddess photo, lengthy interview with Pete Townsend of the Who, recorded heated political discussion between Jerry Rubin and Phil Ochs, centerspread of Saul Gottlieb yakkery festoned with numerous photos of Destruction in Art Symposium nude artists-actors, plus usual cultural natter, news and ads of the era. Altogether a primo vintage issue of EVO.

$35.00

The East Village Other; Vol.5, No.5, Jan. 7, 1970
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The East Village Other; Vol.5, No.5, Jan. 7, 1970

By [Griffith, Bill] et al.

New York: East Village Other, Inc, 1970. 20 p., tabloid, folded slightly askew, illus., some browning at spine and edges, and slight wear on edges, address label across logo, otherwise very good, Standouts in the issue are an early Bill Griffith full page comic "DumDeeDumDee" and a full-page comic by D.A. Latimer stylistically influenced by Archie. Reviews and cultural commentary from the usual gang (David Walley, Renfu Neff, et al).

$25.00

The East Village Other; Vol.3, No.49, Nov. 8, 1968
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The East Village Other; Vol.3, No.49, Nov. 8, 1968

By Rodriguez, Spain, Vaughn Bode, and Kim Deitch, et al.

New York: East Village Other, Inc, 1968. Newspaper. 28 p., tabloid, folded a bit askew, 11.5 x 16.5 inches, illus., light browning a bit darker at quarterfold and on frayed edges, spine sports a small split at bottom and small chips at fold, address label across logo, else good condition. Features: Big drawing of thumbs down on cover by Spain (autographed), full-page "Cryin (Ain't Lying) High Flying Funnies" by Kim Deitch, back cover is full-page Vaugh Bode comic ad for Douglas records featuring dinosaur characters, Bode also has half-page "The Man" strip inside (dated '66), full-page primo Trashman strip inside, boutique article by Trina, plus reviews and cultural commentary from the usual gang (D.A. Latimer, et al).

$40.00

The East Village Other; Vol. 4, No. 1, Dec. 13, 1968
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The East Village Other; Vol. 4, No. 1, Dec. 13, 1968

By Rodriguez, Spain [signed] and various

New York: The East Village Other, Inc, 1968. Newspaper. 24p., folded tabloid, illus., lightly tanned with a bit of foxing at the spinefold, a dog-ear or two, mailing label at cover logo, else very good. Iconic riot cop cover by Spain Rodriguez, autographed by him in 2010. Long LNS report by Todd Gitlin on the student strike at SF State, all the usual columnists: Dean Latimer, Bob Rudnik and Dennis Frawley, Yaakov Kohn, etc. Back cover is Douglas Records ad (for Richie Havens) by Vaughn Bode, depicting himself with Alan Douglas in comic strip monolog instructing Bode on how to do the ad.

$35.00

Midnight special. No. 9 (April 23, 1971)
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Midnight special. No. 9 (April 23, 1971)

Oak Park, IL: the paper, 1971. 8p., tabloid format newspaper, leaflet laid in for an anti-war rally. Also included is an incomplete issue 7. "A newspaper dedicated to the human liberation of the students of Oak Park and River Forest High School.

$20.00

Los Angeles Free Press, Vol. 37, no. 1, Jan 28 - Feb 10, 2000; National edition
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Los Angeles Free Press, Vol. 37, no. 1, Jan 28 - Feb 10, 2000; National edition

By Kunkin, Art (ed.)

Los Angeles: Los Angeles Free Press, 2000. Newspaper. 12p., folded tabloid, illus., untoned, light crease at cover corner, else very good. A late-breaking attempt to sustain the "Freep". This issue is almost entirely devoted to the anti-WTO demonstrations in Seattle and related groups such as the Ruckus Society and STARC (Student Alliance to Reform Corporations). Ad in the issue by editor Kunkin inviting readers to take his class in becoming enlightened. This iteration of the famed underground paper apparently encouraged the homeless to sell copies to support themselves.

$15.00

Valley Advocate, Vol. 2, No. 23, July 24, 1975; The Alternative in Connecticut
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Valley Advocate, Vol. 2, No. 23, July 24, 1975; The Alternative in Connecticut

By Matys, Edward (ed.)

Hartford: New Mass. Media Inc, 1975. 20p., folded tabloid, lightly toned, illus., mild fraying, else very good. Halfway between an underground and an alternative paper, with more political content than typical. Material on "Ozone perils," new look at the Rosenberg case, report on the Libertarian Party ("strange purists"), movie reviews, etc.

$15.00

Lincoln Gazette [6 issues]
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Lincoln Gazette [6 issues]

Lincoln, Nebraska, 1975. Newspaper. Six issues of the tabloid format newspaper, address stamp on cover, toned and somewhat edgeworn. Issues present are Vol. 3 nos. 19, 21-23, vol. 4 nos. 1 and 2. Coverage of the anti-war movement, gay liberation, local activism, etc.

$60.00

Ann Arbor Sun, #29, April 13-27, 1972
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Ann Arbor Sun, #29, April 13-27, 1972

By Sinclair, John

Ann Arbor, MI: Rainbow People's Party, 1972. Newspaper. 16p., folded tabloid, illus., paper tanned, a bit of light fraying at edge, folded with covers in, else in good shape. In Spring 1971, the White Panther Party changed its name to the Rainbow People's Party, and shifted its publishing efforts from the tabloid Sundance to the more local-oriented Ann Arbor Sun. This issue's cover is photo of cheering longhairs with fists held high celebrating the election of two Human Rights Party candidates to the Ann Arbor City Council, articles inside on that election, on the release of 128 Michigan prisoners on weed charges, the building of local People's Ballroom rock venue, gardening article headline "Eat to Get High," material on Michigan bands, letters from prisoners, including Pun Plamondon, various news items, and ads of the era.

$18.00

SDS New Left Notes, Vol. 1, No. 32, August 24, 1966
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SDS New Left Notes, Vol. 1, No. 32, August 24, 1966

By Students for a Democratic Society

Chicago: SDS, 1966. Newspaper. 32p., folded tabloid, lightly browned, illus., very good condition. Cover headline: National Convention, Clear Lake, Iowa, August 27-Sept. 1. Pre-convention issue filled with officers' reports, proposed SDS constitutional amendments and resolutions, papers, proposals, and some well-wishing ads.

$20.00

Prairie Dispatch. Vol. 2 no. 7 (July 5-18, 1974)
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Prairie Dispatch. Vol. 2 no. 7 (July 5-18, 1974)

Champaign-Urbana: Prairie Dispatch Collective, 1974. 12 p., single issue of the tabloid-format newspaper issued by the worker-controlled cooperative, evenly toned. Cover stories on the People's Bicentennial, ERA, and more.

$12.00

Sedition. Vol. 2 no. 12 (March 12, 1973)
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Sedition. Vol. 2 no. 12 (March 12, 1973)

San Jose: Graphic Offensive, 1973. Single issue of the underground tabloid newspaper, 8 p., very good. Includes articles on local political activism, "Cover story on mothers and children protesting Nixon's childcare cuts. Updates on Wounded Knee, the war in Laos, and more.

$20.00

Weakly Citizen Harold [issues 1-6 of the resurrected zine]
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Weakly Citizen Harold [issues 1-6 of the resurrected zine]

By Moon, Buck

San Francisco: Intergalactic Peace Conspiracy, 1989. Six issues of the staplebound zine, all in fine condition, in an original mailing envelope with the addressee's name blotted out; 7x8.5 inches. The Harold was originally an underground newspaper from Isla Vista, but its creator moved to San Francisco and got involved in other projects such as San Fran Synthesist. This zine was a resurrection of the spirit of the old newspaper but in a format fitting the zine culture of the late 1980s. The series is identified as volume 3, the first issue appearing on the 20th anniversary of the original 1968 publication.

$45.00

Capitalism stinks. Vol. 1 no. 11 (June 1, 1969)
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Capitalism stinks. Vol. 1 no. 11 (June 1, 1969)

Berkeley: New World Vision Action Committee, 1969. 4p., tabloid format newspaper, evenly toned with some edgewear; cover story on People's Park.

$20.00

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