Portland in the 1960s
stories from the counterculture
Part I. Retrospective: From beat to hip
Darcelle Looks Back at the Caffe Espresso
The Thirteenth Avenue Gallery Goes Dada
Days and Nights Bookstore
A Way Out Café
Franz Schneider Remembers the Music
Allen Ginsberg Comes to Town
Henk Pander in America
The Portland Zoo
A Storefront Theatre
Part II. Counter Institutions
Emery Ingham and the Psychedelic Supermarket
The Willamette Learning Center Gives Dropouts a Chance
Outside In from the Ground Up
Fitting It into the Gospel, Harper Richardson and the Centenary Wilbur Church
KBOO, On the Air
The Willamette Bridge
Part III. Action
The Life and Death of the Portland Reporter
The Portland State Student Strike
A People's Army Jamboree
The Black Panther Party Serves Breakfast
George Oberg Leads the Second Foundation
Donald Dwayne Downing Has a Spiritual Experience
Letters to the Fountain
Beginning with Red Emma
Appendix: 1960s Timeline
From Library Staff
"In 1968, Newsweek reported an imminent threat of twenty thousand hippies descending on Portland, Oregon." -- Back Cover
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