Counterculture


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64211924 1st edition map of Greenwich Village by Edwards.DetailsEdwards, Robert1924
Scarce pictorial 1st ed map of Greenwich Village New York
Edwards, Robert
1924
LOC:300
$365.00Edwards--RobertScarce-pictorial-1st-ed-map-of-Greenwich-Village-New-YorkScarce presumed 1st edition map of Greenwich Village, New York copyrighted by Robert Edwards in 1924. More that 50 locations in Greenwich Village are identified numerically and correspond to an included advertising section "Mr. Quill's Guide" where advertisers could feature their establishments for one dollar per line per month. According to the guide <b>"Places marked with a double asterisk ** sell booze to anybody."</b> <br><br> Locations identified on the map include: <div class="indenttextblocksingle"> <ul style="list-style-type: circle;"></li> <li>The Green Goat -- 97 West 3rd Street "Booze, gambling, and murders committed to order."</li> <li>The Jolly Friars </li> <li>Joseph Kling -- 3 Christopher Street. "International book shop. Rarest prints and originals."</li> <li>The Four Trees -- 4 Christopher Street. "Soft music that inspires synthetic moonlight, glamour, charm and romance fortified by delicious food. Here the editor dines and dances."</li> <li>The Blue Horse.</li> <li>Cherry Lane Theater.</li> <li>De Pamphilis Press -- 51 Greenwich Avenue. "The cheesy printer who makes this nifty book."</li> <li>MacDougal Alley.</li> </ul> </div> Robert "Bobby" Edwards (1879-1948) attended Chase Art School and later moved to Greenwich Village New York where he had a career as an artist, writer, performer, and maker of Ukuleles. Edwards advertised himself as <br> <div class="indenttextblocksingle"> “Maker of the Ukalyptos, Second Cousin of the Ukulele. Painting, Poetry, Movie Acting, Music, Singing, Illustrating and General Art Work Neatly Done. Also Contracts Taken to Make Restaurants Famous. Terms for Singing at Parties on Application. Also Portrait Photography.” </div> Bobby Edwards edited the Greenwich Village magazine, The Quill and contributed songs, gossip, verse and this early pictorial map. Price includes complete "The Quill". Vol 15. July 1924. No. 1. Light card cover. 31 pages. <br><br>
6393A 1967 protest march map and armband.DetailsAnonymous1967
San Francisco Protest March map, route instructions and monitors armband.
Anonymous
1967
LOC:
$275.00AnonymousSan-Francisco-Protest-March-map--route-instructions-and-monitors-armband-April 15, 1967 San Francisco, California protest march map, monitor instructions, and a crude cloth armband for a march monitor. Rare. <br><br> On April 15, 1967 amidst growing opposition to the U.S. war in Vietnam, large-scale anti-war protests were held in New York, San Francisco, and many other cities. <br><br> Numerous "monitor's notes" including: <br><br> "So far we have had good relations with the police and we would like to keep it that way". "Above all -keep cool; <b>the armband as a symbol of authority will handle most situations by itself</b>".
64181969 poster for the UC Berkeley centennial by Eli LeonDetailsLeon, Eli1968
Unreleased fish-eye birds-eye view poster 1968 California Berkeley Centennial
Leon, Eli
1968
LOC:87
$1,500.00Leon--EliUnreleased-fish-eye-birds-eye-view-poster-1968-California-Berkeley-CentennialVery rare and extremely fine 60's-era poster view of the campanile and campus of the University of California Berkeley, a dizzying birds-eye view taken with a fish-eye lens. This masterful poster was designed by Eli Leon and printed in 1968 for the centennial of Berkeley's founding. According to the Oakland Museum of California's web site, who owns the only other known copy of this poster: <br><br> <div class="indenttextblocksingle"> "According to the artist, this poster was commissioned by U.C. Berkeley <u>but never released</u>. [LMC] [1]" </div> <br> Robert Stanley Leon (1935-2018) was best known as a collector of African American quilts, but is credited with the creation of this rare poster despite having no known training in the visual arts. <div class="indenttextblocksingle"> "Eli Leon was an Oakland-based collector, scholar, and champion of African American quiltmakers whose gift of nearly 3,000 quilts to BAMPFA <i>[UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive]</i> has made possible an inspiring future of scholarship and presentation here in Berkeley. In addition to collecting artwork, Leon also compiled a massive–and unruly–collection of raw materials and textiles." [2] </div> <br><br> Sources: <br><br> [1] Eli Leon ~ artist. 2022. Online: http://collections.museumca.org/?q=collection-item/201054808<br> [2] BAMPFA. From the Estate of Eli Leon: Textile Improvisations. Online: "https://bampfa.org/event/estate-eli-leon-textile-improvisations
5436A counterculture map of the United States based on cultural distance.DetailsCrabb, Earl and Shubb, Rick1969
Humbead's Revised Map of the World with List of Population
Crabb, Earl and Shubb, Rick
1969
LOC:87
$285.00Crabb--Earl-and-Shubb--RickHumbead-s-Revised-Map-of-the-World-with-List-of-PopulationOriginal 1969 second-edition offset-lithograph counter-culture map of the "world". The first edition of Humbead's Revised Map of the World was created in 1968 based on a concept by Earl Crabb and drawn by artist Rick Shubb. Two subsequent editions were released in 1969 and 1970.
5434A counterculture map of the United States based on cultural distance.DetailsCrabb, Earl and Shubb, Rick1970
Counterculture Cartography Humbead's Revised Map of the World
Crabb, Earl and Shubb, Rick
1970
LOC:87
$285.00Crabb--Earl-and-Shubb--RickCounterculture-Cartography-Humbead-s-Revised-Map-of-the-WorldOriginal 1970 third-edition offset-lithograph counter-culture map of the "world". The first edition of Humbead's Revised Map of the World was created in 1968 based on a concept by Earl Crabb and drawn by artist Rick Shubb. Two subsequent editions were released. <br></br> Copyright 1970 by The Great Humbead.
5473Rare, 1969 anti-war protest poster with SE Asia map.DetailsStudent Mobilization Committee1971
Very rare persuasive 1971 antiwar poster with outline map of southeast Asia
Student Mobilization Committee
1971
LOC:87
$475.00Student-Mobilization-CommitteeVery-rare-persuasive-1971-antiwar-poster-with-outline-map-of-southeast-AsiaRare, student-led anti-war protest poster on card stock with an outline map of SE Asian countries promoting two anti-war activities: A "Student Strike" on November 3 and a "March on Boston" planned for November 6 [1971] . <br></br> The text for the Strike and the March are both overlaid on top of an outline image of a map of SE Asia including the countries of North and South Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia each filled with the letters "USA", "USA", "USA". <br></br> No holdings of this poster are found online. <br></br> The two protest activities were organized by the Student Mobilization Committee (SMC). 15 Sellers Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts. <div class="indenttextblocksingle">"The Student Mobilization Committee was formed in 1966 “to coordinate opposition to U.S. involvement in the war in Vietnam among college and high school students.” Originally named The Vietnam Day Committee the SMC organized protests on campuses and in cities in addition to being one of the first groups that included civilians and soldiers alike. Based on a letter from 1969, the SMC had centers in 15 cities around the country but began to disband, like many anti-Vietnam groups in the early 1970s (1973) in conjunction with the U.S. beginning to withdrawing troops from Vietnam." (Brown University, Hall-Hoag Collection. 2015. Online) </div>
4928Pictorial map advertisement for computer networking.DetailsDigital Equipment Corporation1972
Early Persuasive Map Advertising ARPA Network pre-Internet
Digital Equipment Corporation
1972
LOC:88
$275.00Digital-Equipment-CorporationEarly-Persuasive-Map-Advertising-ARPA-Network-pre-InternetI'll see your Timothy Edward Downs and raise you 20. <br /><br /> Very early pictorial map advertisement for Digital Equipment Corporation or DEC, for their DEC10 Supercomputer as a key part of the ARPA network. With the introduction of the TCP-IP protocols, ARPANET grew rapidly in size and within less than 20 years evolved into the Internet. <br /><br /> ARPA stands for Advanced Research Projects Agency, a U.S. Defense Department agency responsible for leading-edge technical research. Beginning in 1967, by 1969 the ARPANET network interconnected four supercomputers, in 1970 - 9 supercomputers and by 1972 - 24 supercomputers . <br /><br /> The ad shows the location of ARPANET supercomputers, generally large universities and research institutions; the interconnections between those supercomputers; and the data exchanged between the computers. <br /><br /> In the early 1970's networking concepts were poorly understood and the artist uses common pictograms as metaphors as an aid to understanding. Without exception each university/research Supercomputing center is represented by old white men in suits, most with ties (NASA Ames the exception). Names of each institution appears on the outstretched arms of the old white men as they extend into the cube of another institution with an old white man. By Digital Equipment Corporation, Maynard, Massachusetts, run by old white men in the 1970's.
5428Poster for 1978 Marijuana Trail.DetailsAnonymous1978
Map of the 1978 Marijuana Trail
Anonymous
1978
LOC:87
$375.00AnonymousMap-of-the-1978-Marijuana-TrailScarce Hippie / Yippie cannabis-related map or a 70's Hippie poster with cartographic interest. An uncommon original pictorial map from 1976 showing gatherings "The Marijuana Trail" planned across the continental United States during the Spring and Summer of 1978. <br></br> Interesting iconography used that adapts existing regional stereotypes to a counter-culture cannabis-infused outlook: <div class="indenttextblocksingle"> <ul style="list-style-type: circle;"> <li>San Francisco- A drunk, be-wigged barrister and a bell-bottom mod smoker.</li> <li>Ashland, Oregon- Bigfoot getting high</li> <li>Grand Junction, Colo. Naked hippies with smokie the bear.</li> <li>Atlanta- Southern gentleman and a banjo-playing hillbilly.</li> <li>Montreal - a frog, cow, and lumberjack- all smoking</li> </ul> </div> Near Kent, Ohio three citizens are shown holding large signs: REMEMBER | KENT | STATE <br></br> For many of the gatherings the provided activity and schedule information could have made this map a fine planning calendar. From A Yipster Times publication.
6432Poster for the first Rhode Island Cajun Bluegrass Festival.DetailsKonnertt, Jean1980
Poster first annual Cajun Bluegrass Festival Escoheag Rhode Island
Konnertt, Jean
1980
LOC:87
$355.00Konnertt--JeanPoster-first-annual-Cajun-Bluegrass-Festival-Escoheag-Rhode-IslandRare original serigraph concert poster for the first annual Rhode Island Cajun - Bluegrass Festival held at the Stepping Stone Ranch in Escoheag, RI in October, 1980. Skillful application of graphic and cartographic elements link Louisiana with Rhode Island. <br><br> Numbered 7/100 and signed by artist in pencil.
5426Cannabis-related poster promoting the White House Smoke-in 1982.DetailsFranzen, Dana1982
Poster Ron and Nancy Reagan White House SmokeIn 1982
Franzen, Dana
1982
LOC:300
$295.00Franzen--DanaPoster-Ron-and-Nancy--Reagan-White-House-SmokeIn-1982Original, cannabis-related protest poster promoting the White House Smoke-In '82 Washington, D.C. July 2 - 5. Promising free pot, the poster features President Ron Reagan sporting a huge smoldering doob while standing next to an elegant Nancy Reagan, both garlanded with green cannabis leaves. Above that ironic scene, on an arched semicircle, the text reads: <strong>"Pot is an herb. Reagan is a dope." </strong> <br></br> Created by Dana Franzen, a frequent contributor to the magazine's centerfold posters.. <br></br> Offset-lithograph on better-quality newsprint. Measuring 25" on the diagonal this is an original poster from a 1982 issue of A Yipster Times Publication.
5417World Cannabis March on the U.N. poster from 1983.DetailsYouth International Party Information Service1983
Fine 1983 World Cannabis March on the U.N. Poster
Youth International Party Information Service
1983
LOC:87
$265.00Youth-International-Party-Information-ServiceFine-1983-World-Cannabis-March-on-the-U-N--PosterOriginal, scarce, World Cannabis March on the U.N. poster on good-quality newsprint from a Yipster underground newspaper. The "World Cannabis March", sponsored by the 5th Avenue Pot Parade Coalition, featured speakers, a holistic massage workshop, and reggae music. <br></br> Purpose was to advertise a protest parade in New York City against the Reagan Administration's policies on cannabis. Reagan's policies diverted funds from the enforcement of hard drug laws to enforcement of the marijuana statutes, considered by many at the time to be a less harmful "soft" drug. <br></br> The march was scheduled to start at 11 A.M. May 7, 1983 at Washington Square Park in New York City.
5423Poster for 1984 Bastille Day Marijuana Parade in San Francisco, CA.DetailsFranzen, Dana1984
Poster Bastille Day Marijuana Parade on the Democratic Convention
Franzen, Dana
1984
LOC:87
$325.00Franzen--DanaPoster-Bastille-Day-Marijuana-Parade-on-the-Democratic-ConventionAn artists view of San Francisco, California. Fine, very scarce, original 1984 cannabis-related poster promoting a Bastille Day Marijuana Parade in San Francisco. The event was a march on the Democratic Convention, to be held at the Moscone Center, the largest convention complex in San Francisco. The colorful, imaginative, scene of the march shows cannabis growing like shrubs from every rooftop. The marchers were to assemble at the corner of Oak Street and Cole at 1:00 p.m. and then march to the Moscone Center. <br></br> Presumably by Dana Franzen but unattributed. Franzen was the artist on several other similar posters. Offset lithograph. Dated within at 4/29/84. Printed for a Yipster Times Publication. <br ></br> A sign above the Moscone Center in San Francisco reads: <div class="indenttextblocksingle"><i> "Welcome to Yerba Buena Center and don't forget "Yerba Buena" is Spanish for "Good Weed." Also, "Free the half-billion." </i> </div>
5424A 1984 protest poster with Ronald Reagan and the Texas-State shape.DetailsSwartzbeck, Mike1984
Iconic Yipster Poster Texas State Reagan Mechanical Bull
Swartzbeck, Mike
1984
LOC:300
$200.00Swartzbeck--MikeIconic-Yipster-Poster-Texas-State-Reagan-Mechanical-BullFine mid-80's original protest-rally poster, an iconic offset-lithographed artifact from the waning days of the Hippy sub-culture. A broadsheet for the more liberal segment of the Baby Boomer cohort, with a Texas accent. <br></br> Ronald Reagan is depicted astride a missile-shaped quarter-a-ride mechanical bull emblazoned with the atom symbol, with all set before the shape of the State of Texas, in blazing yellow. Text at the right lays out the rally schedule in Dallas, Texas at the Republican Party Convention from August 11 to August 24, 1984. Activities included a Peace Vigil, religious services, voter registration, and a Rally Against Reagan's Diversion of Dollars from Hard to Soft Drugs. Created by Mike Swartzbeck and apparently paid for by the North American Greens Party, P.O. 392, Canal Street Station, New York City. <br></br> Activities planned for Wednesday, August 22 were: <div class="indenttextblocksingle"> <ul style="list-style-type: circle;"> <li>Morning: Toxic Waste Redeployment</li> <li>Evening: blockade Convention</li> </ul> </div> Title: "Don't Let Reagan take you For a Ride. Rally and Blockade Dallas G.O.P. Convention, Aug. 11 - 24 [1984]."
6397World Cannabis March on the U.N. poster from May, 1984 by Franzen.DetailsFranzen, Dana1984
World Cannabis March on the U.N. Poster 1984
Franzen, Dana
1984
LOC:300
$285.00Franzen--DanaWorld-Cannabis-March-on-the-U-N--Poster-1984Original, scarce and very colorful poster "World Cannabis March on the U.N." from 1984 on heavier and higher-quality newsprint by the 5th Avenue Pot Parade Coalition. Designed by Dana Franzen for A Yipster Times Publication. The poster was a center-fold insert advertising a protest parade in New York City against the Reagan Administration's policies on cannabis. The march was to start at 11 A.M. May 5, 1984 at Washington Square Park. <br></br> Verso with a black and white poster for "Rock Against Racism." <br></br> Ships folded as issued.
5408World Cannabis March on the U.N. poster from May, 1985 by Franzen.DetailsFranzen, Dana1985
Fine 1985 World Cannabis March on the U.N. Poster
Franzen, Dana
1985
LOC:87
$275.00Franzen--DanaFine-1985-World-Cannabis-March-on-the-U-N--PosterStunning, scarce, original World Cannabis March on the U.N. poster (1985) on heavier, better-quality newsprint. Designed by Dana Franzen for A Yipster Times Publication. The poster was a center-fold insert. <br></br> The intent of the poster was to advertise a protest parade in New York City against the Reagan Administration's strict policies on cannabis. The march was to start "before high noon" on May 4, 1985 at Washington Square Park. <br></br> Contains text likely to appeal to members of the counter-culture who understood the double entendre meaning of some of the poster's copy:</br> "Appeal to a <b>higher power</b>"</br> "Meet at Washington Sq. Park before <b>high noon</b>"
5472Thematic, pictorial, world map for dope growing and manufacture.DetailsHigh Times1985
Late 20th C map of International Drug Production
High Times
1985
LOC:87
$225.00High-TimesLate-20th-C-map-of-International-Drug-ProductionThematic, pictorial, world map focused on the agricultural and manufacturing/refining sites that produced illegal drugs in the mid 1980's. A two-page "Bonus Centerfold" to a 1985 issue of <i>High Times</i> a monthly drug-oriented, counterculture magazine published by Trans-High Corporation of Farmingdale, N.Y. Robert Aronson, publisher. Perfect for collectors, dispensary decoration, or nostalgic old hippies. <br></br> This fine, increasingly scarce, original map <strong>"The World According to Dope: A Guide to International Drug Production"</strong> shows locations for growing coca, pot, poppies, and khat as well as of laboratories for production of cocaine, heroin amphetamine, and more all explained in a legend near bottom center using simple easily-understood pictographs to represent each drug. Notations on the map supplement the location information with a few interesting tidbits, (e.g., "Ukrainian ditchweed", "Bahamas and Turks and Caicos Islands: one big money laundry".) <br></br> Verso with a single-page map <strong> "Guide to International Trade Routes" </strong>for heroin, marijuana, Quaaludes, Cocaine, and khat. Most destinations are located on the map in the United States or in Europe. Polar projection.
6440Very rare thematic world map of LSD historic sites from 1993.DetailsHorowitz, Reemes and Harrison1993
Rare Map of Historic Sites of LSD Discovery Research Culture by Horowitz et al
Horowitz, Reemes and Harrison
1993
LOC:0
$750.00Horowitz--Reemes-and-HarrisonRare-Map-of-Historic-Sites-of-LSD-Discovery-Research-Culture-by-Horowitz-et-alVery scarce original thematic world map of LSD historic sites published in 1993 on the 50th anniversary of the first use of the hallucinogenic drug LSD. Contains information relative to the discovery, usage and culture of LSD (and other drugs) for approximately forty locations spread across the world. For example:</br> <div class="indenttextblocksingle"> <ul style="list-style-type: circle;"> <li><strong>SAN FRANCISCO: </strong>The Hippie-Xanadu (Haight-Asbury 1966-1970), Owsley tabs, windowpane, blotter acid, First Human Be-in (Jan. 1967), Fillmore and Avalon psychedelic dance concerts, poster art, Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, Big Brother, Quicksilver, Blue Cheer, Ludlow Library, 1978-1980 Ecstasy, rave scene, early 1990's.</li> <li><strong>BERKELEY: </strong>Telegraph Ave., counterculture scene, Psychedelic Venus Church, The Barb, The Tribe, A. Shulgin's research lab. Home mushroom cultivation started.</li> <li><strong>VANCOUVER: </strong>Captain Al Hubbard manages Hollywood Hospital for LSD therapy, late 1950s-60s.</li> <li><strong>CUERNAVACA: </strong> Site of Leary's first psychedelic trip.</li> <li><strong>COPENHAGEN: </strong>Joint lecture of Huxley and Leary, 1961.</li> <li><strong>SIBERIA: </strong>Ancient shamanic use of Amanita muscaria. Tree/mushroom/reindeer triad.</li> <li><strong>NORFOLK ISLANDS: </strong>Hallucinogenic fish reported, 1960.</li> </ul> </div> At the bottom of the map is a large canoe populated with human and animal passengers drawn in the style of ancient Mayan art. The map is surrounded by a wild assortment of icons, totems, pure decorative elements and drawings relative to psychedelic drugs and the psychedelic experience. Small scroll at the top center identifies the work as "Psychedelica cartographia." Copyright 1978, 1993 by Michael Horowitz, Dana Reemes, and Kathleen Harrison