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Ohio to San Francisco, 1967, 22

Sporting Goods and the Psychedelic Shop :)

Hippies of Haight Street, San Francisco, 1967

Hippies at Haight & Masonic Street Address: Haight Street Masonic Avenue Haight-Ashbury Location: San Francisco

Haight Street, where the Haight-Ashbury of the 60s is alive and well in the vibrant neighborhood.

Haight Street, where the Haight-Ashbury of the is alive and well in the vibrant neighborhood. My favorite neighborhood!

23 Spectacular Color Photos Of San Francisco In The 1960s

23 Spectacular Color Photos Of San Francisco In The 1960s

vintage everyday: 60 Amazing Black and White Photos Capture Street Sences of San Francisco in 1968

These Vintage Photographs of San Francisco Hippies in Reveal the Carefree Lifestyle of Youths ~ vintage everyday

SAN FRANCISCO - 1967: Hippies dawdle at the corner of Haight and Ashbury Streets, the epicenter of the Summer of Love

Our SF: Music from the 1960s fuels a social revolution

SAN FRANCISCO - Hippies dawdle at the corner of Haight and Ashbury Streets, the epicenter of the Summer of Love

''Real Hippies''

On the cusp of the San Francisco was a veritable hub of culture. This series of vintage photographs, taken by photographer William Ge.

POLICE STRUGGLING TO RESTRAIN BEATLES FANS OUTSIDE BUCKINGHAM PALACE IN OCTOBER, 1965.

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police struggling to restrain Beatles fans outside Buckingham Palace , October, 1965

some hippies on haight street. the shadow of the photographer is kind of ominous

The Haight-Ashbury district initially drew hippies living in San Francisco because of its low-rent, large Victorian homes, and proximity to Golden Gate Park. San Francisco In 1967

~Jerry Garcia ~  Jerry and the Grateful Dead moved into 710 Ashbury Street during September of 1966. Financed by Owsley Stanley, the house became the band's communal home until March of 1968. Legend has it, Jerry discovered the band's eventual name while browsing the dictionary in the house's front room. Coincidentally, the house across the street (715 Ashbury) was the home of the Hells Angels San Francisco chapter at the same time.     If those walls could talk...

Musicians on the Steps of 710 Ashbury St, San Fransisco, CA. The famous Haight/Ashbury district. Posing are members of the bands: Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, Janis Joplin/ BBHC

vintage everyday: San Francisco Hippies, ca. 1966-1967

See photos of homegrown San Francisco hippies, - Curbed SFclockmenumore-arrow : Summer of Love lovefest continues

Max Bunyan 1909 Syracuse

vintage everyday: 37 Amazing Photos Show Students in Their Dorm Rooms From Between the and

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