PAPERBAG #1-2 (Los Angeles: MPS Corporation, February and August 1968) - all published.
PAPERBAG #1-2 (Los Angeles: MPS Corporation, February and August 1968) - all published.
PAPERBAG #1-2 (Los Angeles: MPS Corporation, February and August 1968) - all published.
PAPERBAG #1-2 (Los Angeles: MPS Corporation, February and August 1968) - all published.

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PAPERBAG #1-2 (Los Angeles: MPS Corporation, February and August 1968) - all published.

4to. Stapled wrps., each 66pp. Ed. Lou Kimzey & Lawrence Lipton, with contributing editors Leon Russell, Paul Krassner and others. Features original content, along with reprints from the underground press.

#1) Contents include Miles's interview with George Harrison reprinted from IT; a feature on The Doors; an extensive report by Robert Courtney on the 'Death of Hippie' event in the Haight, with photographs by Baron Wolman; a tribute to Chocolate George (reprinted from the Berkeley Barb); a lengthy and exclusive interview by Paperbag with Bill Graham; Paul Krassner on LSD; Larry Frederics' instructions for a do-it-yourself lightshow; student power movements by Fred Freel; "What Is A Hippie?" (reprinted from the Haight-Ashbury Maverick); brief record reviews by Leon Russell, including first albums from the Dead and Hendrix; Maryjane in her Laurel Canyon hideaway, photographed by Ray Leong; article on the Haight-Ashbury Switchboard; + cartoons, including a full-page strip by 'Webley-Vickers' (continued in #2), ads., classifieds, plus five colour posters, including the centrefold poster of the Maharishi; and more. Near Fine.

#2) Contents include Ashley Pandell on Blue Cheer (illustration by John Van Hamersveld); "Playing It Cool About Pot" by Robert Courtney (plus centrefold poster); "The Discovery of America" by Lord Buckley, illustrated by Jim Williams; smoking paraphernalia, with photographs of items offered for sale in Jerry Hopkins' head shop on Westwood Boulevard, Los Angeles; James A. Schreiber on the SDS and student radicalism; an underground press directory; full-page ad. for the Velvet Underground's second LP; more. Lower right edge creasing, o/w Very Good plus.

Individual issues are scarce, rarer still to find both together.

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