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    Berkeley Barb Group of 4 (Max Scherr, 1970-71) Condition: Average VG/FN. The Berkeley Barb was a weekly underground newspaper, published in Berkeley, California, during the hippy/free love heyday years, beginning in 1965 and lasting in print until 1980. It was one of the first and most influential counterculture newspapers of the late '60s, covering the anti-war and Civil Rights Movements as well as social changes advocated by the youth culture. Includes issues V11#19 (#274 - November 13-19, 1970), V11#21 (#276 - November 27-December 3, 1970), V11#23 (#278 - December 11-17, 1970 - Robert Crumb cover art), and V12#10 (#291 - March 12-18, 1971 - Robert Crumb cover). Not listed in Fogel's. From the Eric Sack Collection.

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