COLLECTIONS: 1 - 22 of 22
Contains books, comics, and ephemera related to Tintin, intended for adults and often related to drug use, travel, and sex.
Contains audiovisual materials collected by the Ludlow-Santo Domingo Library, usually audio recordings related to drugs and counter-culture, including phonograph records, beta cassettes, video cassettes, published DVDs, and more.
Collection of film stills circa 1894-2002.
Collection of lobby cards for advertising films circa 1960s-1980s.
Collection contains photographs, mostly black and white, depicting drugs and drug use in a variety of contexts. Contains photographs that some might find offensive.
Texts with drawings in paper bindings, with inserted loose reproductions of "hash rubbings" from the 1960s and 1970s.
Includes: People from the note books. --People from the note books 1993-1994. --The snowchild. --The rat of progress a true story.
Contains materials related to Timothy Leary, who explored the therapeutic uses of psychedelic drugs, including articles, interviews, press and promotional materials, business cards, bumper stickers, videotapes, cassettes, and papers relating to Leary's book, Flashbacks.
Comics featuring counter-culture and alternative lifestyle subjects consisting of American Underground comics, underground comics from other countries, alternative comics, superhero comics (many with drug-related storylines), and other comics.
Hardbound comics, or graphic novels, chiefly French, from small and major publishers including Albin Michel, Dupis, and Humanoides Associes, some with signatures and/or signed drawings by the creators. Alternative lifestyles are addressed in many of the works, and many comics include drug references, largely marijuana consumption and opium culture, particularly as it relates to drug trafficking in regions of Asia.
Contains a copy of The Hashish Cookbook by Panama Rose, as well as the metal plates and other materials related to the printing and publication of the book.
Posters, fliers (printed matter), and printed and other materials (including a partially cut linoleum block) produced during the May 1968 Paris student protests.
Real Free Press office sales and holdings records, artwork, and works published or sold by the RFP.
Contains rolling papers, matches, smoke drops, a roller, cigarettes, all paraphernalia related to smoking tobacco and marijuana.