The old kitchen at Sunnyridge.
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The Hippie Commune
Sunnyridge in 1970.
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60's style mens scarves with bell bottoms - Google Search
New World Utopias by Paul Kagan *1975 Pictorial History of Old School Communes in the US!!
1975 Pictorial, School Communes, Paul Kagan, Old School, Kagan 1975, Pictorial History
Hippie Commune, Hippies, 70S, Peace, 60S, People, Hippie Life, Flower Child, 1960 S
The hippie life I love and lived this image. I seek any person who understands. Peace my friends. Steve OBryan 502-265-2223 www.astheworldturnsgreen.com
my hippie past The hippie life I love and lived this image. I seek any person who understands. Peace my friends. Steve OBryan 502-265-2223
The hippie life I love and lived this image. I seek any person who understands. Peace my friends.
Hippie Communes 1960's. This scared me to death. I couldn't imagine wanting to live like this.
hippies in the 60s pictures - Google Search
70s hippie fashion - Google Search
#hippies - Haha! my people!!
Magazine Covers, Hippies, 1969, 1960S, Life Magazine, Magazines, Youth Communes, 1960 S
LIFE -Magazine July 18, 1969 (The Youth Communes-New Way of Living Confronts the U.S.) I lived in a communal space and it was nothing like this!
LIFE magazine, 1969: Youth commune lifestyle threatens the US. <- this concept is still the reality.
LIFE magazine, 1969: Youth commune lifestyle threatens the US.
hippies! Life Magazine July 1969, i remember this issue!
The Youth Communes ~ Life magazine, July 1969
Communes, Life Magazine cover, 1969
hippies- Life Magazine July 1969
Life cover: The youth communes
The Scott Street Commune gathered in the backyard of the Redevelopment-owned Victorian which they occupied from 1971 to 1974. The Free Print Shop was in the basement of the house next door. The Free Bakery would be located on the second floor next door after the Commune took possession of both buildings. This photograph was taken by Miriam, ca. mid-1972. Several members are absent.