Seed magazine/newspaper Chicago Vol 7 No 3 July 14 1971 Hot Tuna Leon Russell

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Seed magazine/newspaper Chicago Vol 7 No 3 July 14 1971 Hot Tuna Leon Russell
Chicago Seed Vol 7 No 3 July 14 1971.

Articles include an interview with Charley the tuna, the welfare crisis, festival of life, Indians v Pale Faces tied 2-2, community news, everybody's hungry momma, roaches, Radio free Chicago, 3 penny cinema, it could have been worse, Mexico 1984, and God created woman in her own image, what's on free City directory, full page advert for Leon Russell, letters page, Hot Tuna advert, jobs - theatre - messages - for sale - adverts, acid and weed prices, poems page, Harold Hedd cartoon.

Seed was an underground newspaper put together by artists Don Lewis and Earl Segal and published bi-weekly in Chicago, Illinois from May 1967 to 1974. There were 121 issues published in all.

Jim Roslof, Karl Heinz-Meschbach, Paul Zmiewski, Skip Williamson, Jay Lynch, Peter Solt, and other 60's artists contributed to one of the most beautiful underground press publications of its time. It was known for colorful psychedelic graphics and it's eclectic, non-doctrinaire radical politics, and was also a member of the Underground Press Syndicate.

Rare vintage Back Issue Magazine/newspaper in very good+ condition but bottom half of welfare crisis and poems pages has a print fault.

This issue will be shipped (folded) unless you want to pay extra to have it shipped flat.


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