Berkeley, CA: Red Mountain Tribe, Publisher, 1969. Tabloid. Good. Item #015557
Tabloid format. 24 pp. Side folding tabloid format. Illustrations and photos throughout. Front cover a nude photo of a woman, photographed by Paul Kagan, a photographer, artist and designer known for his work used in concert posters and other psychedelic imagery, as well as his documentation of utopian communities in California. A single issue of this radical, counterculture underground newspaper from Berkeley, California, formed after a split with the Berkeley Barb over labor issues. The Tribe embraced more radical and left wing causes. An early issue, similar in style to the Barb and not yet quite as "radical" as it would become. This issue with a piece on a psychedelic strike by the Light Artists Guild, including a photo of Jerry Garcia of the Grateful Dead; an article on the trial of Black Panther Charles Bursey; a piece on Eldridge Cleaver in exile and efforts to bring him back; Notes of a Dirty Old Man column by Charles Bukowski, etc. GOOD condition. Horizontal fold crease present. Moderate browning and minor soiling.
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