Don’t Mind if I Do, 1994

“Hunter S. Thompson was on a panel discussing the influence of the Beats in America. There were 500 people in the audience when he nonchalantly took out a bowl, packed it with his stash, lit up and started passing it Read More …

Sweet Marijuana Precode, 1934

The Saturday Night Kid, 1929 banned poster under the Hollywood Code for Clara Bow lifting her dress.   The Hollywood Code Even before audio was introduced to cinema many were already trying to censor what was shown on the big Read More …

Machete C.A.M.P, 1985

Once we had all reached the marijuana fields on that hot day, the press was allowed a photo opportunity… Barry Inman was the only one I saw with a machete, which he happily wielded on plant after plant… “I love Read More …

Rolling Joints, 1966

People roll joints at a marijuana party near the University of California at Berkeley campus in Berkeley, California May 23, 1966   Share page on:

Narcotics supplier, 1951

“Narcotics supplier for juveniles”, Los Angeles, California – June 27, 1951   ‘Camp Fire Girls’ box had me rolling!     Share page on:

Square Grouper, 1979

U.S. Custom Agents pose on fast boat filled bales of marijuana, Florida Keys, 1979   Catching the limit for Square Grouper… Share page on:

Outside of a small circle of friends, 1967

Phil Ochs     Outside of a small circle of friends “Smoking marihuana is more fun than drinking beer, But a friend of ours was captured and they gave him thirty years. Maybe we should raise our voices, ask somebody Read More …

Mota Motors, 1978

Officer Jerry Donovan carrying a 150 pound burlap bale of marijuana on his motorcycle down the beach.  Ft. Funston Army Reserve Depot can be seen in the background. San Francisco, California – August 17, 1978   Share page on:

Keep on the Grass, 1976

Keep on the Grass 42st boys strutting on 10th ave in Borough Park/Sunset Park, Brooklyn – 1976 So much amazing going on in this picture, lets start with a couple of the guys wearing “Female Wanted” shirts while they eye Read More …

Thanksgiving’s Peace Pipe, 1621

“when they will not give a doit to relieve a lame beggar, they will lay out ten to see a dead Indian.” – William Shakespeare writes In The Tempest (Shakespeare would most likely have saw Epenow when he was kidnapped Read More …

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