La Mesa, CA: Dale Herschler, Publisher, 1968. Tabloid. Good. Item #016719
Side folding tabloid newspaper format. 12 pp. Black and white photos throughout. Originally started in early 1968, Teaspoon Door was one of a variety of short-lived names for what became known as the San Diego Door, an underground paper with a focus on San Diego issues as well as left wing/radical politics and causes. This issue with an article on the Peace and Freedom Party of California's nomination of Black Panther leader Eldridge Cleaver for President of the United States, with a photo of Cleaver on the lower front page. Also present are reprinted excerpts of racist claptrap from politician George Wallace regarding African-Americans in Alabama (and elsewhere). With columns on music, the zodiac, etc. GOOD condition. Horizontal fold crease present. Moderate browning. Minor foxing.