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          This Concise Bibliography of the Haight-Ashbury was compiled by the staff of the Museum of the City of San Francisco. References to some of the more escoteric or obscure publications and films contain citations to the location of the material. See also the Chronology of San Francisco Rock 1965-1969.


          Author. Sculatti, Gene.
          San Francisco nights : the psychedelic music trip, 1965-1968 / by Gene Sculatti and Davin Seay ; cover by Rick Griffin. 1st ed. New York : St
          Martin's Press, c1985.
          DISSERTATION
          Tomlinson, Sally Anne.
          San Francisco rock posters, 1965 to 1971 / by Sally Anne Tomlinson. c1991.
          Location: California State Library, Main Lib NC1849.R6 T66 1991 California
          Electric Posters: San Francisco Rock Concert Memorabilia 1966- 1968. [Davis, California : California. University. Davis. Memorial Union Art Gallery, 1974].
          Location: University of California at Santa Barbara Arts Lib AEC- 30772 Arts
          The San Francisco oracle, facsimile edition : the psychedelic newspaper of the Haight-Ashbury, 1966-1968 / edited by Allen Cohen. 1st ed. Berkeley, CA : Regent Press, 1991.
          Author: Schwartz, Stephen, 1948
          A sleepwalker's guide to San Francisco : poems from three lustra, 1966-1981 / Stephen Schawartz. San Francisco : La Santa Espina, 1983.
          Radical Theatre Festival (1968 : San Francisco State College)
          Radical Theatre Festival, San Francisco State College, September 1968. [San Francisco] : San Francisco Mime Troupe, c1969.
          Location: University of California at Berkeley, Bancroft PS351 .S25 1969
          Rolling renaissance : San Francisco underground art in celebration, 1945-1968 / co-sponsored by Intersection and the Glide Urban Center ; [editor, Bruce Finson]. [San Francisco] : Intersection, c1968.
          Location: University of California at Berkeley, Bancroft A1.5 1968 .R64
          Location: University of California at Berkeley, Bancroft F869.S3.98A9 R6
          ARCHIVE/MANUSCRIPT
          Author: Anderson, Chester, 1932
          Title: Chester Anderson papers, [ca. 1963-1980].
          Description: 1 box (.4 linear ft.)
          Notes: Records (Jan.-Sept. 1967) of the Communication 幸运彩app最新下载网址 (San Francisco, Calif.), a member of the Undergound Press Syndicate, including broadsides, flyers, and handbills printed for the Diggers, San Francisco Mime Troupe, and the Haight-Ashbury Neighborhood Council, among other organizations, individuals, and events, including Human Be-In and the Invisible Circus at Glide Church. Also includes copy of a letter, 9 Feb. 1967, written by Chester Anderson to his friend, Thurlonius Benjamin Weed in Florida, discussing his move to San Francisco, his work, and his involvement in the Haight-Ashbury community. Also, includes edited typescripts of "Puppies" (Entwhistle Books, 1979) and "Fox & Hare" (Entwhistle Books, 1980). Literary figure of the Beat Era and the Haight-Ashbury community of San Francisco, Calif. in the 1960s. Founded the Communication 幸运彩app最新下载网址, an innovative news service in 1967. Published works under his own name and a pseudonym, John Valentine. Anderson died in April 1991 in 幸运彩app最新下载网址r, Ga., where he lived with relatives.
          Location: University of California at Berkeley, Bancroft Manuscript Collection
          Gleason, Ralph J.
          The Jefferson Airplane and the San Francisco sound [by] Ralph J. Gleason. New York, Ballantine Books [1969].
          MOTION PICTURE
          [Music videos. The Buckinghams, Jefferson Airplane, Strawberry Alarm Clock].
          [19 -- ]. UCLA Film TV A3-282-1 Research Copy. Viewing on premises only. 1 reel of 1 (20 min.) (ca. 800 ft.) : opt sd., col. ; 16 mm. safety print.
          Densmore, John.
          Riders on the storm : my life with Jim Morrison and the Doors / John Densmore. New York, N.Y. : Delacorte Press, 1990.

          Rowes, Barbara.
          Grace Slick : the biography / Barbara Rowes. 1st ed. Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday, 1980.
          Author: Mouse, Stanley, 1940
          Title: Freehand : the art of Stanley Mouse / by Stanley Mouse, with joint works by Alton Kelley ; introduction by Joel Selvin ; foreword by Mickey Hart ; essay by Walter Madeiros. Berkeley : SLG Books, 1993.

          Author: Mouse, Stanley, 1940
          Title: Mouse & Kelley. New York : Dell Pub. Co., 1979.
          Author: Weissman, Steve.
          Big Brother and the Holding 幸运彩app最新下载网址: the world behind Watergate. Steve Weissman, ed. Introd. by Noam Chomsky. Palo Alto, Calif., Ramparts Press [1974].
          Author: Family Dog on the Great Highway (San Francisco, Calif.) Title: [Portfolio of programs, announcements, etc.]. San Francisco, 1969.
          Notes: Material assembled by The Bancroft Library.
          Location: University of California at Berkeley, Bancroft F869.S3.56 .F3 v.1
          Note: In portfolio.
          VIDEORECORDING
          Uniform title: Bell Telephone hour. Sounds and sights of San Francisco. Title: The Bell Telephone hour. The sounds and sights of San Francisco / Henry Jaffe Enterprises for the Bell System ; executive producer, Barr Wood ; producer-director-writer, Ed Spiegel. [1967-01-29]
          Notes: Music special. Broadcast on NBC.
          幸运彩app最新下载网址 notice on videocassette: c1967 by N.W. Ayer & Son, Inc.
          Credits: Editor, N.H. Cominos; photography, Eric Daarstad, Robert Kaufman; music director, Donald Voorhees. Performers: Narrated by Carl Princi. Hosted by Donald Voorhees. "This San Francisco music tour swings from jazz to opera. Cameras view musicians against a backdrop of Bay City landmarks. John Handy, top alto saxophonist in the Downbeat Jazz Critics' Poll, plays at Stern Grove before an audience of 22,000; Sylvia Davis and the San Francisco Opera 幸运彩app最新下载网址 rehearse and perform Mozart's The marriage of Figaro; and Zola Dishong dances to the electronically composed Le tombe de Edgar Allan Poe. Also seen and heard: the folk-rockin' Jefferson Airplane group, in a psychedelic-light environment; young pianist Patricia Michaelian, appearing with the San Francisco Symphony; husband-and-wife pianists Milton and Peggy Salkind; and the San Francisco Ballet. Highlights: Spanish lady, Scheme no. 1 -- Handy; Schumann's Piano Concerto in A Minor -- Michaelian; Chopin's Variations in D Major, Gravities, Polka -- the Salkinds; It's no secret -- Jefferson Airplane" -- TV guide.
          Location: University of California at Los Angeles, Film TV VA3649 T Study Copy. Viewing on premises only. 1 videocassette of 1 (VHS) (60 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
          UCLA Film TV A2-421-1397 Archival Copy. 1 videocassette of 1 (60 min.) : sd., col. ; 3/4 in.
          Note: "3/4VT1397.".
          DISSERTATION
          Author: Medeiros, Walter Patrick.
          Title: San Francisco rock concert posters: imagery and meaning. [n.p., 1972]
          Description: vi, 126 l. illus. 28 cm.
          Notes: Thesis -- University of California, Berkeley.
          Bibliography: leaves 123-126.
          Location: University of California at Berkeley, NRLF C 2 941 927
          Title: San Francisco rock poster art : [exhibition] October 6- November 21, 1976, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. [San Francisco] : The Museum, c1976.
          Notes: Introduction (p. 3-23): Walter Medeiros.
          Author: Selvin, Joel.
          Title: Summer of love : the inside story of LSD, rock & roll, free love, and high times in the wild West / Joel Selvin. New York, N.Y., U.S.A. : Dutton, c1994.
          Author: Slick, Darby, 1944
          Title: Don't you want somebody to love : reflections on the San Francisco sound : a 25th anniversary "Summer of Love" presentation / by Darby Slick. Berkeley, CA : SLG Books, 1991.
          DISSERTATION
          Author: Tomlinson, Sally Anne.
          Title: San Francisco rock posters, 1965 to 1971 / by Sally Anne Tomlinson. c1991.
          Notes: Typescript (photocopy).
          Thesis (M.A.) -- University of Victoria, 1991. Includes bibliographical references (238-253).
          Photocopy. Ann Arbor, Mich. : U.M.I. Dissertation 幸运彩app最新下载网址, 1994. 28 cm.
          Location: California State Library, Main Lib NC1849.R6 T66 1991 California
          Author: Masters, Robert E. L.
          Psychedelic art [by] Robert E. L. Masters & Jean Houston. With contributions by Barry N. Schwartz & Stanley Krippner. Edited, designed, and produced by Marshall Lee. New York, Grove Press [1968].
          Psychedelic Art. [Zurich, Switzerland : Bischofberger, Gallery, 1968].
          White, Susanne, 1959
          Psychedelic collectibles of the 1960s & 1970s : an illustrated price guide / Susanne White ; photographs by David B. Rye. Radnor, Pa. :
          Wallace-幸运彩app最新下载网址stead Book Co., c1990.
          Davies, Robertson, 1913
          What do you see in the mirror? : a footnote to the psychedelic revolution / Robertson Davies. Agincourt, Canada : The Book Society of Canada Limited, c1970.
          DISSERTATION
          Wise, David Thomas.
          Dharma West : a social-psychological inquiry into Zen in San Francisco / by David Thomas Wise. 1971.
          Location: University of California at Berkeley, Bancroft NRLF C 2 941 890
          Selvin, Joel. Monterey Pop : June 16-18, 1967 / by Joel Selvin ; photographs by Jim Marshall. San Francisco : Chronicle Books, c1992.
          Author: Anthony, Gene.
          Title: The summer of love : Haight-Ashbury at its height / written and photographed by Gene Anthony ; with foreword by Michael McClure. Millbrae, Calif. : Celestial Arts, c1980.
          Notes: Includes index.
          Author: Arthur D. Little, Inc.
          Title: San Francisco community renewal program, programming area analysis, programming area 7, Buena Vista and Haight Ashbury. [San Francisco] June 1965.
          Location: University of California at Berkeley, EnvDesign HT177.S3 L5252
          Author: Brilliant, Ashleigh.
          Title: Haight Ashbury song book : songs of love and Haight / by Ashleigh Brilliant. [San Francisco, Calif. : A. Brilliant], c1967.
          Notes: H-B publications.
          Author: Brown, Kenneth R.
          Title: A tiger in Haight-Ashbury / by Kenneth R. Brown. New York : Caravelle, 1967.
          Author: Charters, Samuel Barclay.
          Title: Looking for Michael McClure at the corner of Haight and Ashbury / Samuel Charters. [New York : Portents] c1967.
          Description: 1 sheet ([2] p.) : ill. ; 33 x 35 cm. folded to 33 x 18 cm. Series: Portents ; 8.
          Notes: "A Portents broadsheet printed in an edition of 300 copies" -- Verso.
          "Looking for Michael McClure at" -- Verso.
          "The corner of Haight and Ashbury" -- At head of poem.
          "Photo Montage by Dorothy Hawley" -- Verso.
          Location: University of California at Berkeley, Bancroft PS3553.H37 L6
          Location: University of California at Santa Barbara, Main Lib PS3553.H327 L65 Special Coll
          Author: Gaskin, Stephen.
          Title: Haight Ashbury flashbacks / by Stephen Gaskin. Berkeley, CA : Ronin Pub., 1990.
          Notes: Originally published under title: Amazing dope tales.
          Author: Gaskin, Stephen.
          Uniform title: Amazing dope tales.
          Title: Haight Ashbury flashbacks / by Stephen Gaskin. [2nd ed.]
          Berkeley, CA : Ronin Pub., 1990.
          Notes: Originally published as: Amazing dope tales.
          Author: Gips, Elizabeth.
          Title: Scrapbook of a Haight Ashbury pilgrim : spirit, sacraments and sex in 1967/68 / Elizabeth Gips. Santa Cruz, CA : Changes Press, c1991.
          Notes: Includes bibliographical references.
          Title: Haight Ashbury guide book. [San Francisco? s.n., 1967]
          Description: [8] p. : ill. ; 38 cm.
          Notes: "A necessary guide to a 21st century culture. 幸运彩app最新下载网址 of the flower children and the refuge of youth."
          Location: University of California at Berkeley, Bancroft HN80.S4 H33 1967
          Title: Haight-Ashbury. San Francisco Hippieville. Sausalito, Calif. : W.T. Samhill, 1967.
          Description: 1 sheet : ill. ; 43 x 56 cm. fold. to 22 x 14 cm.
          Notes: At head of title: Hippieville, U.S.A. ; guide and map.
          Map of the Haight-Ashbury district on recto.
          Location: University of California at Berkeley, Bancroft F869.S3.98.H45H3
          Author: Perry, Charles, 1941
          Title: The Haight-Ashbury : a history / Charles Perry. 1st ed. New York : Random House, c1984.
          Author: Pittel, Stephen Michael.
          Title: The current status of the Haight-Ashbury hippie community, September 1968 [by] Stephen M. Pittel. [San Francisco?] Mount Zion Hospital and Medical Center, 1968.
          Notes: Includes bibliography.
          Location: University of California at Berkeley, PubHealth HQ796 .P56
          Location: California State Library, Main Lib HQ799.7 P5 California Non Circ
          California State Library, Main Lib HQ799.7 P5 California
          Author: San Francisco (Calif.). Dept. of City Planning.
          Title: The Haight Ashbury; a brief description of the past. [San Francisco, 1971?]
          Location: University of California at Berkeley, EnvDesign F869.S3 A29 *c2 copies
          Author: San Francisco (Calif.). Dept. of City Planning.
          Title: Haight- Ashbury transportation: a background study. [San Francisco] 1971.
          Location: University of California at Berkeley, EnvDesign HE310.S4 A19 *c2 copies
          Title: The San Francisco oracle, facsimile edition : the psychedelic newspaper of the Haight-Ashbury, 1966-1968 / edited by Allen Cohen. 1st ed. Berkeley, CA : Regent Press, 1991.
          Notes: Facsim. of: Sept. 3, 1966-Feb. 1968.
          Includes bibliographical references (p. lvi).
          Author: Seymour, Richard B.
          Title: The Haight Ashbury Free Medical Clinics : still free after all these years, 1967-1987 / Richard B. Seymour, David E. Smith. 1st ed. San Francisco : Partisan Pres, [1987], c1986.
          Notes: "Haight-Ashbury Publications, 409 Clayton Street, San Francisco, California 94117" -- P. 4 of cover.
          "June 7, 1987" -- P. 240.
          Location: University of California at San Francisco Library RC445.C23 S42 1987 History
          Location: University of California at San Francisco Library RC445.C23 S42 1987 History NonCirc
          Author: Simon, John S.
          Title: The sign of the fool [memoirs from the Haight-Ashbury, 1965-68] / John S. Simon. New York, Ace Books c1971.
          Author: Smith, David E. (David Elvin), 1939
          Title: Love needs care; a history of San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury Free Medical Clinic and its pioneer role in treating drug-abuse problems, by David E. Smith and John Luce. [1st ed.] Boston, Little, Brown [1971]
          Notes: Bibliography: p. [373]-378.
          Author: Sturges, Clark.
          Title: Dr. Dave : a profile of David E. Smith, M.D., founder of the Haight Ashbury Free Clinics / Clark S. Sturges. Walnlut Creek, Calif. : Devil Mountain Books, c1993.
          Location: University of California at Los Angeles, URL R 154 S519 S88 1993
          W 129 069 Request item at University of California, Berkeley Bancroft Library.
          VIDEORECORDING
          Author: Burch, Claire.
          Title: Oracle rising : a video / by Claire Burch. Oakland, CA : Regent Press, [1992?]
          Notes: "The recreation of the original Haight Ashbury hippie psychedelic underground newspaper."
          Location: University of California at Berkeley, Bancroft Motion Picture 769 D
          Author: Didion, Joan.
          Title: Slouching towards Bethlehem : the hippie generation / by Joan Didion.
          Found in: Saturday evening post. Vol. 240, no. 19 (Sept. 23, 1967)
          AUDIOVISUAL
          Title: Electric happenings [excerpts]. San Francisco, CA : KPIX Television Station, 1970.
          Description: 1 videocassette
          Notes: U-matic format.
          Bill Haley and the Comets, "Rock 'n Rally" with St. Ignatius High School, Beatles in SF, Haight-Ashbury, to the moon and back.
          Location: University of California at Berkeley, Media Ctr VIDEO/C 2044
          VIDEORECORDING
          Title: The Experimental avant garde series, 23. [Brooklyn, NY] : New York Film Annex, [199-?]
          Description: 1 videocassette (60 min.) : sd., col. and b&w ; 1/2 in. Notes: Title from cassette label.
          Contents: The Hippie temptation / CBS News, 1967 (50 min.) -- Dream flower / British Instructional Films Ltd., 1932 (10 min.)
          Credits: Producer/writer, Warren Wallace ; reporters, Harry Reasoner, Warren Wallace (1st work) Hippie Temptation is a study of the lifestyle of hippies in San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury district. Explores the reasons why young people become hippies and the great dependence of the hippie culture on drugs, especially their experimentation with LSD. Includes an interview and performance with a young, obscure rock group, The Grateful Dead. Dream Flower is an educational film which examines the cultivation of opium poppys and how the sap is made into drugs. VHS.
          Location: University of California at Berkeley, Media Ctr VIDEO/C 3564
          Author: Gips, Elizabeth.
          Title: Scrapbook of a Haight Ashbury pilgrim : spirit, sacraments and sex in 1967/68 / Elizabeth Gips. Santa Cruz, CA : Changes Press, c1991.
          Notes: Includes bibliographical references.
          Title: Haight Ashbury guide book. [San Francisco? s.n., 1967]
          Notes: "A necessary guide to a 21st century culture. 幸运彩app最新下载网址 of the flower children and the refuge of youth."
          Location: University of California at Berkeley, Bancroft HN80.S4 H33 1967
          VIDEORECORDING
          Title: My generation / Time-Life Video & Television ; Telepictures Productions ; Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution ; QDE ; Andrew Solt Productions. [Chicago] : Time-Life Video & Television ; Burbank, Calif. : Warner 幸运彩app最新下载网址 Video [distributor], c1995.
          Description: 1 videocassette (60 min.) : sd., col. and b&w ; 1/2 in. Series: History of rock n' roll ; 6.
          Notes: Closed-captioned for the hearing impaired. Originally broadcast on television, March 1995. Credits: Writer/producer/director, Obie Benz ; executive producers, Andrew Solt, Quincy Jones, Bob Metrowitz and David Salzman ; series producer, Jeffrey Peisch. Performers: Jimi Hendrix, the Grateful Dead, Santana, The Doors, Neil Young, Jefferson Airplane, Janis Joplin, Big Brother, Holding 幸运彩app最新下载网址, Crosby, Stills and Nash, Rolling Stones, Mick Jagger.
          Performers: Narrator: Gary Busey. Rock musicians performing in the midst of war that was tearing America apart, set the tone for the counterculture. Included in this segment are rare footage of the underground bands of the Haight Ashbury to classic performances from Woodstock. When the era ended, it was with a grisly bang as drugs killed some of rock n' roll's biggest names. VHS.
          Location: University of California at Berkeley, Media Ctr VIDEO/C 3944
          Author: Redmond, Tim.
          Title: Love and war : 20 years in the Haight / by Tim Redmond.
          Found in: The San Francisco Bay Guardian. Vol. 21, no. 33 (June 3- 10, 1987)
          Author: Whittemore, L. H.
          Title: Cop! A closeup of violence and tragedy, by L. H. Whittemore.
          [1st ed.] New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston [1969]
          Notes: Contents: Patrolman Joseph Minelli, Harlem, New York. -- Detective Ernie Cox, South Side, Chicago. -- Patrolmen Colin Barker and Gary Cummings, Haight-Ashbury, San Francisco.
          Author: Plossu, Bernard.
          Title: Pourquoi n'etes-vous pas hippie? Avec la participation de: Michel-Claude Jalard [et al.] Textes de: Gabriel Marcel [et el.] Documents photographiques de Bernard Plossu. [Paris] La Palatine [1970]

          Author: Raphi, Ponnikkara, 1924
          Title: Kaliyugam. Ernakulam, 1971.
          Notes: In Malayalam.
          ARCHIVE/MANUSCRIPT
          Title: Republican campaigns and party issues, 1964-1976 : oral history transcript / interviews conducted in 1981 and 1983 by Sarah Sharp and Gabrelle Morris ; the Bancroft Library, Regional Oral History Office, 1981-1983. Berkeley, Calif. : University of California, c1986.
          Notes: Interviews are part of the Governmental History Documentation Project and the Ronald Reagan Gubernatorial Era Oral History Project.
          Members of Reagan's gubernatorial staff, appointees, and reporters remember state and national Republican campaigns and activities. Topics include: the California G.O.P's liberals and conservatives; 1964 Goldwater campaign; the State Highway Commission,1967-74; 1968 National Convention; student unrest, hippies, campus closures; Reagan's Presidential hopes, 1967; PG&E; Reagan's 1970 campaign; Reagan and the Eastern establishment.
          Sound tapes also available as Phonotape 1806 C (10 cassettes). This manuscript is made available for research purposes only. All publication rights are reserved to The Bancroft Library of the University of California. Requests for permission to publish should be addressed to the Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, Calif. 94720.
          Jack S. McDowell: press director of the committee to re-elect Governor Reagan. Vernon Christina: campaign supporter and transition team advisor. A. Ruric Todd: administration advisor. Norman (Skip) Watts: governor's staff member.
          Author: San Jose State College. Library.
          Title: Tribal literature : publications of the counter culture / by Jack Douglas. [San Jose, Calif.? : s.n., 1970]
          Description: 23 p. Location: California State Library, Main Lib S4030 .T7 Govt Pubs
          Author: Santos, Manoel Hygino dos.
          Title: Hippies, protesto ou modismo / Manoel Hygino dos Santos. Belo Horizonte : [s.n.], 1978 (Belo Horizonte, MG (Rua Timbiras, 2.062, Belo Horizonte, M.G.) : Minas Grafica Editora)
          Notes: Includes bibliographical references.
          Author: Simon, John S.
          Title: The sign of the Fool [memoirs from the Haight-Ashbury, 1965-68] / John S. Simon. New York, Ace Books c1971.

          Author: Von Hoffman, Nicholas.
          Title: We are the people our parents warned us against. Chicago, Quadrangle Books, 1968.
          Author: Wavy Gravy.
          Title: The hog farm and friends, by Wavy Gravy as told to Hugh Romney and vice versa. Foreword by Ken Kesey. New York, Links; [distributed by Quick Fox, 1974]
          Author: Wolf, Leonard,
          Title: Voices from the love generation. Edited and with an introd. and epilogue by Leonard Wolf. In collaboration with Deborah Wolf. [1st ed.] Boston, Little, Brown [1968]
          Notes: A collection of 15 interviews.
          Author: Wolfe, Tom.
          Title: The electric kool-aid acid test. New York, Farrar, Straus and Giroux [1968]
          Author: Bonn, Gisela, 1909
          Title: Unter Hippies. First edition. Dusseldorf, Wien, Econ-Verlag (1968).
          AUDIOVISUAL
          Title: Buses and vans. Berkeley, CA : University of California, Office of Media 幸运彩app最新下载网址, 1971.
          Description: 1 videocassette
          Notes: U-matic format.
          A tour of various "hippie" vans parked by the panhandle in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California. Student architecture project recorded in 1971.
          Location: University of California at Berkeley, Media Ctr VIDEO/C 2301
          MOTION PICTURE
          Title: Captain Milkshake / Richmark Productions ; a Joint Adventure Productions ; producer-director, Richard Crawford ; executive producer, Lloyd Marcus ; co-producer, Harvey B. Levitt ; screenplay, Richard Crawford, Barry Leichtling. 1970.
          Notes: Credits were supplied from: AFI catalog, 1961-1970. Original running time was 89 min., according to: AFI catalog, 1961-1970.
          Credits: Director of photography, Robert A. Sherry; slow motion & combat photography, Joe Purcell; film editor, David Korn, Richard Crawford; song, Children of the future, Steve Miller, performed by Steve Miller Band; song, Who do you love, Gene McDaniels, sung by Quicksilver Messenger Service; song: Untitled protest, Joe McDonald, sung by Country Joe & the Fish; song: Oh, death, J. Reedy, performed by Kaleidoscope; song: Lie to me, David Lindley, Solomon Feldthouse, Stuart A. Brotman, Paul Lagos, Templeton Parcely, sung by Kaleidoscope; songs, Fall in love with life, Run with my rhythm, written & sung by Eric Selten; song: Minor miracle, written & sung by Richard Johnson; song: Who's zoo, written & sung by Bud Conway; song: Untitled guitar song, written & sung by Wayne Stromberg; song: Ballad of Tommy Udo, David Lindley; [] sound, Richard Pitstick; assistant director, Don Russel. Performers: Geoff Gage (Paul Fredericks); Andrea Cagan (Melissa Hamilton); David Korn (Thesp); Ronald Barca (Anchovy); Evelyn King (Evelyn); Belle Greer (Mrs. Fredericks); Joanne Moore Jordan (Mrs. Randolph); Darlene Conley (Mrs. Hamilton); James Ashton (Uncle Jimson); Stuart Lancaster (cabby); Wally Starr (Mr. Toliver); Buddy Pantsari (priest); Barry Leichtling (lightning); Rob Reece (Frank); Kip Winsett (Kip); Hal Neilson; James Hourigan (border guards); Paul Lagos (Bubber); Edward O'Brien (O.B.); George Driver (Loose George); Richard Morrill (Dr. Haskell); Trans Love Airways. Location scenes film in and around San Diego and in Berkeley during an antiwar demonstration held in People's Park.
          Location: University of California at Los Angeles, Film TV A1- 465-3 Research Copy. Viewing on premises only.
          6 reels of 6 (ca. 12000 ft.) : scope, sd., IB col. ; 35 mm. safety print.
          Author: Cavan, Sherri.
          Title: Hippies of the Haight. [1st ed.] St. Louis, New Critics Press, 1972.
          Notes: Includes bibliographical references.
          Author: Crone, Richard. Title: Hippy Hi / Richard Crone. [San Francisco, Calif.] : R. Crone, 1967 ([San Francisco, Calif.] : East Wind Printers)
          Location: University of California at Santa Barbara Main Lib HQ799.7 .C76 1967 Special Coll
          W 115 920 Request item at University of California at Bereley, Bancroft Library.
          The flower children. London, Solstice Productions Ltd., 1969.
          Notes: Bibliography: p. [111]-112.
          Title: The Digger papers. [San Francisco : The Diggers, 1968]
          Description: 22, [2] p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
          W 100 078 Request item at University of California at Berkeley, Bancroft Library.
          Author: Fitch, Robert Beck, 1938
          Title: Hippie is necessary. [San Francisco, Glide Urban Center, 1967]
          Location: University of California at Berkeley, Bancroft HN65 .F5
          Location: California State Library, Main Lib HQ7997 F5 California Non Circ
          MOTION PICTURE
          Title: Gas-s-s-s; or, It may become necessary to destroy the world in order to save it / San Jacinto ; producer-director, Roger Corman ; associate producer-screenplay, George Armitage ; production executive, Stephanie Rothman, Charles S. Swartz. 1970.
          Notes: Comedy.
          Credits were supplied from: AFI catalog, 1961-1970. Original running time was 79 min., according to: AFI catalog, 1961-1970.
          Credits: Director of photography, Ron Dexter; art director, David Nichols; set decor, Stephen Graham; title animation, Murakami-Wolf; film editor, George Van Noy; music, Country Joe & the Fish ; additional music, Barry Melton; songs: I'm looking for a world, Please don't bury my soul, Maybe it really wasn't love, Don't chase me around, Got to get movin', This is the beginning, Barry Melton; sung by Robert Corff; songs: Cry a little, Gas man, Greg Dewey, Mark Kapner, Barry Melton, Doug Metzner, Olsen; sung by Johnny & the Tornados; song: World that we all dreamed of, Joe McDonald; sung by Robert Corff; sound, James Tanenbaum; boom operator, Bob Easton; assistant director, Robert Dijoux; makeup, Dean Cundy. Performers: Robert Corff (Coel); Elaine Giftos (Cilla); Bud Cort (Hooper); Talia Coppola (Coralie); Ben Vereen (Carlos); Cindy Williams (Marissa); Alex Wilson (Jason); Lou Procopio (Marshall McLuhan); Phil Borneo (Quant); Jackie Farley (Ginny); Country Joe McDonald (FM radio); George Armitage (Billy the Kid); Pat Patterson (Demeter); Alan Braunstein (Dr. Drake); David Osterhout (Texas Ranger); Bruce Karcher (Edgar Allan Poe); Mike Castle (policeman); Stephen Graham (thief); Bob Easton (fanatic religious leader); Country Joe & the Fish, Juretta Taylor.
          Location scenes filmed in New Mexico.
          Location: University of California at Los Angeles, Film TV A3- 155-1X Research Copy. Viewing on premises only. 5 reels of 5 (ca. 10000 ft.) : sd. ; 35 mm. safety print.
          Author: Gross, Henry.
          Title: The flower people / Henry Gross. New York : Ballantine Books, 1968.
          Author: Hall, Stuart.
          Title: The hippies : an American "moment" / Stuart Hall. Birmingham : Centre for Comtemporary Cultural Studies, University of Birmingham, [1968]
          Series: Stencilled occasional paper. Sub and popular culture series ; SP no. 16.
          Notes: "October, 1968." Includes bibliographical references
          Location: University of California at Berkeley, Main HQ799.7 .H34 1968
          Title: The Hippies. Editors: Jan Meadoff [and] Michael Rosenberg.
          Photographers: Sandy Fontwit [and others]. San Francisco, Idlewild Pub. Co. [1967] Location: University of California at Berkeley, Bancroft F869.S3.96.H5
          California State Library, Main Lib HQ799.7 .H5 California
          VIDEORECORDING
          Title: [Hippies. Hearst color cans, HCCc245r8, DIA173]. [1968]
          Notes: Slate title on videocassette: Hippies on Haight Street, CS1138. -- Unedited footage.
          Location: University of California at Los Angeles, Film TV VA4373 M Study Copy. Viewing on premises only.
          1 videocassette of 1 (VHS) (5 min.) : MOS, col. ; 1/2 in.
          Note: Reproduction of 3/4 in. preview cassette (ZVB713) made by the UCLA Film and Television Archive for reference collection, 1990.
          UCLA Film TV ZVB713 M Research Copy. Viewing on premises only. 1 videocassette of 1 (5 min.) : MOS, col. ; 3/4 in.
          Note: Reproduced by UCLA Film and Television Archive from color pos, 1989.
          UCLA Film TV A4-60-10 Archival Copy. 1 videoreel of 1 (5 min.) : MOS, col. ; 1 in.
          Note: Former Archive location number: ZVC172. Reproduced by UCLA Film and Television Archive from color pos. Reproduction of footage for which UCLA owns the rights, 1989.
          Author: Hopkins, Jerry, comp.
          Title: The hippie papers; notes from the underground press. [New York] New American Library [1968]
          Title: Huang miu ti hsi p'i [Hsieh Ting-hua pien]. [T'ai-chung, Ch'uang i she, 1969?]
          Location: University of California at Los Angeles, EastAsian HQ 796 H9
          Author: Lancelot, Michel.
          Title: Je veux regarder Dieu en face, vie mort et resurrection des hippies. Paris, A. Michel, 1968.
          Author: Larson, Bob, 1944
          Title: Hippies, Hindus and rock & roll. McCook, Neb., c1969.
          Location: University of California at Santa Barbara Main Lib BV4596.H5 L37 Special Coll
          Note: American Religions Collection.
          Title: The Morning Star scrapbook : in the pursuit of happiness / by Unohoo, Coyote, Rick and the Mighty Avengers. 1st ed. [Occidental, Calif. : Friends of Morning Star, 1976?]
          Notes: Cover title. "The story of [Lou Gottlieb's] Morning Star Ranch from 1966 to 1973 told through the photos and newspaper clippings [clippings mostly from the Santa Rosa Press Democrat and the San Francisco Chronicle]"
          Location: University of California at Berkeley, Bancroft F860.G662U5
          Author: Mount Zion Hospital and Medical Center.
          Title: Research papers. San Francisco, 1968
          Description: pts. in 1. 28cm.
          Location: California State Library, Main Lib HQ799.7 M58 General Coll
          Title: Notes from the new underground : an anthology / edited by Jesse Kornbluth. New York : Ace, c1968.
          Author: Perry, Helen Swick.
          Title: The human be-in. New York, Basic Books [1970]
          Notes: Includes bibliographical references.
          Author: Davis, R. G.
          Title: The San Francisco Mime Troupe : the first ten years / by R. G. Davis ; introd. by Robert Scheer. 1st ed. Palo Alto, Calif. : Ramparts Press, [1975]
          Notes: Includes index.
          Bibliography: p. 215.
          Title: Guerrilla theater essays: 1; a publication of the San Francisco Mime Troupe. [San Francisco] San Francisco Mime Troupe, 1970.
          Location: University of California at Riverside, Rivera PN2277.S4 G84
          Author: Radical Theatre Festival (1968 : San Francisco State College) Title: Radical Theatre Festival, San Francisco State College, September 1968. [San Francisco] : San Francisco Mime Troupe, c1969.
          Notes: Cover title. At head of title: Bread & Puppet Theatre, Teatro Campesino, San Francisco Mime Troupe.
          Location: California State Library, Main Lib PN3203 R3 California Non Circ
          Title: Ein Vierteljahrhundert, San Francisco Mime Troupe, 1959- 1984 : Dokumente, Materialen, Analysen / Gerd Burger und Dieter Herms. Berlin : Argument-Verlag, c1984.
          Series: Argument Studienhefte ; SH 62.
          Notes: Title on cover: San Francisco Mime Troupe, 1959-1984. On cover: The San Francisco Mime Troupe presents Fact wino meets the Moral Majority.
          Includes bibliographical references (p. 119-122).
          DISSERTATION
          Author: Edelson, Mary Elizabeth Booth. Title: The San Francisco Mime Troupe as radical theater / by Mary Elizabeth Booth Edelson. 1975.
          Notes: Vita.
          Thesis (Ph.D.) -- University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1975.
          Includes bibliographical references (leaves 330-373).
          Photocopy. Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI Dissertation 幸运彩app最新下载网址, 1995. 22 cm.
          Title: Bill Graham, 1931-1991. San Francisco : Bam Publications, Inc., 1991.
          Notes: Special issue of Bam, Bay Area music magazine, no. 371 (Nov. 15, 1991), devoted to Bill Graham.
          Author: Glatt, John. Title: Rage & roll : Bill Graham and the selling of rock / by John Glatt. Secaucus, N.J. : Carol Pub. Group, c1993.
          Notes: "A Birch Lane Press book."
          Includes bibliographical references (p. [281]-295) and index.
          Author: Graham, Bill, 1931
          Title: Bill Graham presents : my life inside rock and out / Bill Graham and Robert Greenfield. 1st ed. New York : Doubleday, c1992.
          Notes: Includes index.
          Author: Amburn, Ellis.
          Title: Pearl : the obsessions and passions of Janis Joplin : a biography / by Ellis Amburn. New York, NY : Warner Books, c1992.
          Notes: Discography: p. 323-329. Includes bibliographical references (p. 330-333) and index.
          Author: Caserta, Peggy.
          Title: Going down with Janis / by Peggy Caserta as told to Don Knapp. Secaucus, N.J. ; L. Stuart, c1973.
          Author: Dalton, David.
          Title: Janis. New York, Simon and Schuster [1971]
          Description: xi, 212 p. illus. and phonodisc (1 s. 8 in. 33 1/3 rpm.) 28 cm.
          Author: Dalton, David.
          Title: Janis / written and edited by David Dalton. London : Calder & Boyars and Nelm, c1972.
          Author: Dalton, David.
          Title: Piece of my heart : the life, times, and legend of Janis Joplin / by David Dalton. 1st ed. New York : St. Martin's Press, c1985.
          Author: Dalton, David.
          Title: Piece of my heart : a portrait of Janis Joplin / by David Dalton. New York, N.Y. : Da Capo Press, c1991.
          Notes: Reprint. Previously published : New York : St. Martins Press, 1985.
          Author: Friedman, Myra.
          Title: Buried alive; the biography of Janis Joplin. New York, W. Morrow, 1973.
          Author: Friedman, Myra.
          Title: Buried alive; the biography of Janis Joplin. New York, Bantam Books [1974]
          Author: Friedman, Myra. Title: Buried alive : the biography of Janis Joplin / Myra Friedman. New and updated, 1st Harmony Books ed. New York : Harmony Books, c1992.
          Notes: Includes index.
          Discography: p. [341]-343.
          Author: Joplin, Laura.
          Title: Love, Janis / Laura Joplin. 1st ed. New York, NY : Villard Books, 1992.
          Notes: Includes bibliographical references (p. 331-334) and index.