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Being old enough to have both lived and loved through the turbulent period that was 1964-1967, Jack Cassin decided to collect rare paper ephemera from this era and form an archive that would detail the rise of youth culture in America. Because San Francisco, and the Haight-Ashbury district in particular, was the epicenter of that culture, it is not surprising that a majority of the material he found originated there.

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