Child of hippie

Hippie story

'Head shop' on Haight Street in the Haight-Ashbury section of San Francisco, California, where the hippie movement was headquartered in the 1960s

[Spiro T. Agnew as a hippie]

Real bread : the stoned union of hippies

A satirical sign (we think) posted outside the Crawdad Hole restaurant in Flowood, Mississippi. Hippies, demonstrative members of a disaffected youth subculture, were more of a nuisance to retaurateurs in the 1960s ...

Michael Butler (Hair producer)

[Young "hippie" standing in front of a row of National Guard soldiers, across the street from the Hilton Hotel at Grant Park, at the Democratic National Convention in Chicago, August 26, 1968]

Wasteland, a shop on San Francisco, California's Haight Street, once the center of the "hippie movement," selling vintage clothing and eclectic party supplies

PROTESTORS. Govt. workers at Lafayette Pk.? & hippies at Capitol

PROTESTORS. Govt. workers at Lafayette Pk.? & hippies at Capitol

PROTESTORS. Govt. workers at Lafayette & hippies at Capitol

Hippies, Apartment

Hippies, Apartment

Hippies

The 70's

Aggie. "Da whole world is huggin' an' kissin' an' I don't even have no girl friend"

American family

Li'l Abner. "Land whar mah fathers died ..."

Bestiarium juvenile

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