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Jacob Mango's Haight Ashbury Book By Michael Jenison
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Take a photographer's pilgrimage to Haight Street. See life as it is and how it will be.
Jacob Mango's Haight Ashbury Book By Michael Jenison
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Take a photographer's pilgrimage to Haight Street. See life as it is and how it will be.
Haight St. Posse By Token Jackson
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The final years of the kids of the Grateful Dead Family that lived in San Francisco in the Haight & Ashbury District.
Haight St. Posse By Token Jackson
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The final years of the kids of the Grateful Dead Family that lived in San Francisco in the Haight & Ashbury District.
Haight St. Posse By Token Jackson
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The final years of the kids of the Grateful Dead Family that lived in San Francisco in the Haight & Ashbury District.
Diary of a Haight Street Drug Dealer: Part One By Jonathon Stanaford
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This story is based off of my teenage adventures in San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury District. Some may view it as a "how to" of Haight Street drug dealing. Not all of it is true...
SPARE CHANGE? By Douglas Winkworth
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A young man struggles to find real meaning and good company in his life, amid the social upheaval of the late 1960's in the wildest hip community to ever surface on planet Earth. This book describes... More > the Haight-Ashbury scene during 1966-67 in detail, including scenes from the Fillmore auditorium, the Human Be-in featuring acid guru Timothy Leary, the radical Diggers who wanted to make everything free, and free concerts by all the rock bands of Haight-Ashbury. Contains explicit sexual scenes, some violence, and much substance abuse.< Less
Razzle, Dazzle, Hazel By Hazel Troxel
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For the first time in her eighty-three year career, Hazel Troxel tells her side of the story in this exciting new autobiography, "Razzle, Dazzle, Hazel." From a small Kansas farm to... More > Hollywood, Paris, Berlin and New York, Hazel's complete life and career are covered in 134 fact-filled pages that are a real treat for any fan of classic film, television or history. Along the way, you'll read about her troublesome first marriage, her time in Hollywood, the time she spent in Berlin with Hitler during World War II, and her encounters with such famous names as Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney, Picasso, Alexander Woollcott, Andy Warhol, Elvis, Martin and Lewis, Kevin Sorbo and many, many more. This refreshingly honest book is a must-read if you truly want to understand how it all happened in the life of this American icon.< Less
Razzle, Dazzle, Hazel By Hazel Troxel
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For the first time in her eighty-three year career, Hazel Troxel tells her side of the story in this exciting new autobiography, "Razzle, Dazzle, Hazel." From a small Kansas farm to... More > Hollywood, Paris, Berlin and New York, Hazel's complete life and career are covered in 134 fact-filled pages that are a real treat for any fan of classic film, television or history. Along the way, you'll read about her troublesome first marriage, her time in Hollywood, the time she spent in Berlin with Hitler during World War II, and her encounters with such famous names as Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney, Picasso, Alexander Woollcott, Andy Warhol, Elvis, Martin and Lewis, Kevin Sorbo and many, many more. This refreshingly honest book is a must-read if you truly want to understand how it all happened in the life of this American icon.< Less
Autobiography of a Hippie: for what it's worth! By Christopher Totten
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This book is mainly about my teenage years as a runaway "flower-child" between the years of 1964 and 1969. I'd become a "Ken Kesey electric cool aid acid test" hippie,... More > experiencing the "turn on, tune in and drop out" culture of the 1960s. My memories are still quite vivid of those very amazing days, and I've often felt compelled to write about them. It began when I ran away home at the age of 14, from a terribly dysfunctional situation at home where a horribly violent alcoholic father; nearly murdered me! By age 16, I'd become a "hardened" street youth, experimenting with all the "mind altering" substances available in those days. Those "misadventures", which I describe in great detail in this book; range from the wildly ecstatic, to insanely mind bending! All of that and more; is in my book!< Less