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Buffalo Springfield and You
Date Made: circa 1966
Place Made: United States: California, Los Angeles
Measurements: 51.5 cm x 42.5 cm; 20 1/4 in x 16 3/4 in
Main Subject: Viet Nam War Era
Materials: paper (fiber product)
Buffalo Springfield and You Where Can We Go! Peace On The Strip Mobil Peace, Understanding And Love Are Intelligence How Do You Rate? No Curfew Make Love Not War 'Surfer' Nail Decals Kealaokamalamalama Peace On Strip Peaceful Protes Youths Riot On Sunset Strip Civilans Must Control Thier Police Support Your Local Teenager!! Us Help Teenagers Where Can We Go! If They Close The Strip Peace On The Strip Peaceful Protest No Riot Make Teenagers Dont Close Compromise Police Protest Not Riot Mayor Samuel Yorty Praised Demonstrators But Found Fault With News Men Understanding And Love Are Intelligence How Do You Rate? Peaceful Protest No Riot Mayor Samuel Yorty Praised Demonstrators But Found Fault With News Men Farmers Insur N.
Acquisition Number: 1992-098
According to Michael Rossman, this poster was made by an SDS member trying to organize the youth on Sunset Strip. Totally different interpretation on https://recordmecca.com/item-archives/buffalo-springfield-1966-management-made-promo-poster/ - the poster was made by A 1966 Buffalo Springfield management produced promotional poster commemorating the "Pandora's Box" riots on the Sunset Strip. Steven Stills famously wrote "For What It's Worth" about this legendary youth-revolt event. Poster incorporates photographs from the riot and the protests that followed.. A copy is on display at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland.
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The poster commemorates the Sunset Strip riots of November 1966.