NEW DRUG & COUNTERCULTURE CATALOG

Giancreco, Dennis, Michael Lindsay, and David Doyle, eds.
Giancreco, Dennis, Michael Lindsay, and David Doyle, eds.
Giancreco, Dennis, Michael Lindsay, and David Doyle, eds.
Giancreco, Dennis, Michael Lindsay, and David Doyle, eds.
Giancreco, Dennis, Michael Lindsay, and David Doyle, eds.
Giancreco, Dennis, Michael Lindsay, and David Doyle, eds.
Giancreco, Dennis, Michael Lindsay, and David Doyle, eds.
Giancreco, Dennis, Michael Lindsay, and David Doyle, eds.
Giancreco, Dennis, Michael Lindsay, and David Doyle, eds.

Westport Trucker, Vol. 1, No. 6, September 1969

Giancreco, Dennis, Michael Lindsay, and David Doyle, eds.

Kansas City, MO: Mother Love Tribe, 1969. Edited by Dennis Giangreco, Michael Lindsay, and David Doyle. Unbound tabloid format, 17-1/2 x 11-3/8 in. 22pp. Printed in various colors on better-than-newsprint paper stock, with multiple colors and/or color-gradients on many pages. Corner wear; light soiling and foxing to rear cover. Very good or better, and unfolded.

An early issue of one of the more handsomely produced hippie-era underground newspapers, and one of the longer-lived, with 90+ issues produced from 1969-1976. This issue featuring "Why Tribe" by Gary Snyder, "Servant of God" by Baba Ram Dass, "Heal Thyself... Or Why Is There Food?" by J.M. Lindsay, a centerfold manifesto, "The Unanimous Declaration of Interdependence," along with comix, recipes, astrology, etc.
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