Documents Tagged ‘youth’


Three Girls In Costume

Archive Entry Date: 1/1/2012

A piece of Peoria history.

Jodi’s Foreword

Archive Entry Date: 2002

"May all roads lead you home."

Foreword to Rag Theater

Archive Entry Date: 1975

Thomas Farber's poetic and sharply etched portrait of life on Telegraph Ave

Down and Out in Berkeley

Archive Entry Date: 5/1974

A sober 80-page study of life on the street, arguing that 'hippies' were not a large fraction of the homeless

Two Troubling Smiles

Archive Entry Date: c. 1971

An older man lifting up a woman's shirt, in a jumbled-up moment on the Ave

A Moment Stolen from Reading Together

Archive Entry Date: c. 1971

Looking up from an underground comic

Jodi Mitchell’s First Journal

Archive Entry Date: 1970

"I do not love life, or myself yet, I am not at peace with myself yet"

Police Begin Crackdown on City’s Summer Runaways

Archive Entry Date: 7/17/1970

Many young people were rounded up within five minutes of arriving in Berkeley

The View from the Street

Archive Entry Date: c. 1970

From Nacio Jan Brown, a dog's eye view of Telegraph

On the Avenue

Archive Entry Date: c. 1970

The Telegraph Avenue scene in black and white

Young Man with Drawing on Glasses

Archive Entry Date: c. 1970

In an altered pair of eyeglasses, a skewed sense of humor

A Pair on the Stage of “Rag Theater”

Archive Entry Date: c. 1970

Flanked by a middle finger and question marks

A Dancing Circle at Night

Archive Entry Date: c. 1970

A magical moment on Telegraph, captured serendipitously by photographer Nacio Jan Brown

The Street Scene Outside Rag Theatre

Archive Entry Date: c. 1970

The motion and life of Telegraph Avenue, in a photograph jammed with contrasts

Girl with Egg

Archive Entry Date: c. 1969

The portrait that helped 'Rag Theater' click into place

Off-the-Street Fair Here

Archive Entry Date: 6/20/1969

The Telegraph Ave Summer Project brought health clinics, jobs and food to the street