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Dead on Haight

The Grateful Dead lived at 710 Haight. And the intersection of Haight and Ashbury was ground zero for the hippie counterculture of the ’60s. Herbie took this photo in 1966, just a year before the Summer of Love and the Grateful Dead personified that counterculture. This photo captures their passion for life in the ’60s.

Product Details

Edition of 500
Lithograph
Signed
Unframed
Width: 14.5"
Height: 19"

$500.00

In stock

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