1970 Vol 2 #7 Underground Newspaper Kudzu Freedom Justice Suspended Mississippi
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1970 Vol 2 #7 Underground Newspaper Kudzu Freedom Justice Suspended Mississippi:
Estate sale find of a rare vintage underground newspaper, June 1970 "Kudzu" Vol. 2 No. 7 "Keep On Truckin'! Freedom And Justice Suspended In Mississippi" 16-page edition. In this issue: Boycott, Huey Newton Free?, LA. Fest Raided, John Lee Hooker. Cartoon on the back is one of "Those Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers" by Gilbert Shelton. Found in the advertising invoice records files for the Atlanta International Pop Festival. Approximately 11 3/8 incheswide, 16" tall.Collectible collector collection, bar pub store shop restaurant, decoration decorative, advertisement, anti-industrial industry, peace anti-war movements, re-enactor re-enactment acting actor, movie theatre theater museum exhibit prop, VTG old, volume number #, 1970's 1970s, hard-to-find HTF, popular culture, civil rights, protests, underground press syndicate u.p.s. ups, liberation news service l.n.s. lns, etc. Please see photos and/or scans for more on condition (and read definitions). Pre-owned, edge wear & tears, folded in half, uniform age fading, etc.
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