Original large-format photographs, most of the images of which are reproduced in Anthony's book Summer of Love : Haight-Ashbury
at Its Highest (published in 1980). Images document people, places, events and street scenes associated with the counter-culture
movement of the mid- to late 1960s in the San Francisco Bay Area, especially as evidenced in the Haight-Ashbury district in
San Francisco and culminating in the 1967 summer of love associated with this community. Among the individuals, music groups
and other organizations depicted in the collection are Grateful Dead, the Charlatans, Bill Graham, Timothy Leary, Sonny Barger
and Hell's Angels, Chet Helms, the Diggers, Michael McClure, Allen Ginsberg, Gary Snyder, Jerry Rubin, Grace Slick, Janis
Joplin, Jefferson Airplane, Herb Caen, the Cockettes, Sexual Freedom League, Kenneth Rexroth, and John Altoon. Locations depicted
include Haight Street and the Haight-Ashbury district, Golden Gate Park, Grateful Dead headquarters at 710 Ashbury St., the
Fillmore Auditorium, the Winterland, the Psychedelic Shop, the Haight-Ashbury Free Medical Clinic, and City Lights Bookstore.
Events include the Love Pageant Rally, the Trips Festival, Now Day, and the Human Be-In. Also depicted in the collection are
Ken Kesey's 1939 International Harvester bus Furthur and many unidentified hippies, flower children and other young people
who gravitated to San Francisco during this time.
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in writing, to the Head of Public Services, The Bancroft Library.