The San Francisco Oracle, an underground or alternative newspaper, was a worker-owned cooperative paper. It began in September 1966 and after a very
short run of only twelve issues, folded in February 1968. The collection contains partial holdings of the articles, essays,
original artwork, paste-ups, photomechanical transfers, photographs, poems, and transcripts of interviews and speeches used
in the publication of the newspaper. Also included are a small assortment of business records and correspondence. Ten of the
newspaper's twelve issues are included in the collection.
The San Francisco Oracle, a worker-owned cooperative newspaper, began in September 1966 and after a very short run of only twelve issues, folded in
February 1968. According to one of its founders and co-editors, Allen Cohen, the paper's circulation peaked at between 100,000
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Collection is open for research.