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Kaliflower, Volume Five
San Francisco: Free Print Shop 1980 - Very Good HC, no DJ. Beige cloth over boards, white stylized woman’s head with hair spelling 'Kaliflower' on front cover, the hair wrapping around spine onto back cover; gray laid paper end papers. Bright generally clean covers and spine have few small spots; firm, square corners; tightly bound; crisp, clean interior. Brilliant colorful images and print on every page. Starting in April of 1969, Sutter Street Commune in S.F., following Digger philosophy, began issuing a free intercommunal newspaper to area communes to ‘pass the dharma’, i.e., share information with other like-minded communards. For the next 3 years Kaliflower was distributed on a weekly basis, eventually to nearly 300 communes. This volume is drawn from some of those issues but also has some commentary about the making and growth of Kaliflower. As with everything this group produced, nothing is signed or attributed. One of the Sutter Street Commune founders was an experienced printer and the press work was high quality. This is a nicely bound, fine quality volume. Large 4to, 256 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
      [Bookseller: Lee Madden, Book Dealer]
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