California History Section Display

Front cover of the Oracle newspaper, showing a supernatural being and two unicorns.  View of campaign posters plastered on wall of building; African American woman stands waiting, 1967 Striking Los Angeles Herald-Examiner workers. Shows women holding signs, 1989-1979.

Make Love Not War: California in the 1960's

Were you a flower child? Do you have fond memories of when the Age of Aquarius burst onto the scene? Did you participate in protests or the civil rights movement? Then check out the California History Section's latest book, photograph and ephemera display "Make Love Not War: California in the 1960's" You won't be disappointed but hurry, this display is only up through the end of August.

Our monthly display is available for viewing from 9:30-4 Monday-Friday (excluding State holidays) in the California History Section, 900 N Street, Room 200, Sacramento, CA 95814. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us.

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