The New York Times Magazine, May 14, 1967 - Hunter S. Thompson on Haight Ashbury


144 pages. Features: Cover Photo of General Charles de Gaulle; An All Volunteer Army - the cash for abolishing the draft; Two Kinds of Tankers - clean and dirty - life aboard these ever-growing sea vessels; France's Struggle of Apres de Gaulle has Begun; Haight Ashbury - the 'Hashbury' is the Capital of the Hippies - great photo-illustrated article by Hunter S. Thompson; The Price of Hogs is way down; There are 300 Negroes at the University of Alabama - 4 years after Governor Wallace stood in the door - photo-illustrated article; Classy photo-ad for Hunter Haig men's fashions features gent in cream-colored suit beneath caption 'How Completely Have You Conformed?'; Fantastic Magee Carpet ad features "Schultz The Carpet Ripper"; Amazing color centerfold cross-section illustration of Montreal's Place Bonaventure and its 3.1 million square feet of commercial space; Photo of Vivian Malone, the first Negro to graduate from U.A., in 1965; Fashion photos of summer separates; Many gorgeous color fashion ads; "; How to Talk Childrenese; Photos of home designed for Mr. & Mrs. Charles Prussack by George Nemeny; and more. Above-average external wear. Covers loose but present. Faint library stamp and handwritten date upon front cover. A worthy vintage copy.

Title: The New York Times Magazine, May 14, 1967 - Hunter S. Thompson on Haight Ashbury

Author: Friedman, Milton; Kentfield, Calvin; Lewis, Flora; Thompson, Hunter S.; Kneeland, Douglas E.; Samuels, Gertrude; Cain, Harriet; Fishman, Katherine Davis; Claiborne, Craig; Plumb, B.

Illustrator: Dauman, Henri (cover); Larsen, Peter; Anthony, Eugene; Samuels, Gertrude; Huehnergarth, John; Maggio, Gene; Tierney, Tom; Larsen, Peter; Peterson, Gosta; Lewis, P.F.; Peterson, Gosta

Categories: Fashion, Magazine Back Issues, Aviation,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, The New York Times: 1967

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Fair

Type: Magazine

Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall

Seller ID: 202g4007

Keywords: The New York Times Magazine, May 14, 1967 - Hunter S. Thompson on Haight Ashbury Civil Rights Cover Photo of General Charles de Gaulle; An All Volunteer Army - the cash for abolishing the draft; Two Kinds of Tankers - clean and dirty - life aboard these ever-growing sea vessels; France's Struggle of Apres de Gaulle has Begun; Haight Ashbury - the 'Hashbury' is the Capital of the Hippies - great photo-illustrated article by Hunter S. Thompson; The Price of Hogs is way down; There are 300 Negroes at the University of Alabama - 4 years after Governor Wallace stood in the door - photo-illustrated article; Classy photo-ad for Hunter Haig men's fashions features gent in cream-colored suit beneath caption 'How Completely Have You Conformed?'; Fantastic Magee Carpet ad features "Schultz The Carpet Ripper"; Amazing color centerfold cross-section illustration of Montreal's Place Bonaventure and its 3.1 million square feet of commercial space; Photo of Vivian Malone, the first Negro to graduate from U.A., in 1965; Fashion photos of summer separates; Many gorgeous color fashion ads; "; How to Talk Childrenese; Photos of home designed for Mr. & Mrs. Charles Prussack by George Nemeny,