[sixties-l] Fwd: Re: Kallifower and the Free Print Shop

From: radman (resist@best.com)
Date: Mon Jan 22 2001 - 02:08:01 EST

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    >Date: Fri, 19 Jan 2001 19:53:49 -0800
    >Subject: Re: Kallifower and the Free Print Shop
    >Tim Hodgen <Tim.Hodgdon@asu.edu>
    >I have at least laid hands on each of the collections mentioned in the
    >above-reference posting--the Friends of Perfection documents and the
    >Haight Street Diggers Records, kept at the North Beach Library, Calif.
    >Hist. Soc., S.F.; though I looked at the "Perfection" materials only
    >briefly (they are outside the period I'm studying at the moment). Both are
    >genuine treasures.
    >I'm aware of three other Bay Area collections: the Anderson papers in the
    >Bancroft Social Protest collection; files at the S.F. Public Library
    >(perhaps these are clippings), and a private collection, the Summer of
    >Love Archive, cited in Michael Doyle's recent dissertation. I wonder if
    >anyone can provide any information about the latter, or suggest other
    >archival resources that would shed light on the Diggers/Free Families
    >nexus? Thanks in advance.
    >Tim Hodgdon
    >Ph.D. candidate
    >Department of History
    >Arizona State University

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