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:

Kanapinis: Return of the Hemp Man

Posing with the Hemp Man   Kanapinis: Return of the Hemp Man What if I told you there was a day where from sun up to sun down you were not only offered but expected to eat delicious fried pancakes Read More …

The American Dope Party, 1906

‘The American dope party’ “A lesson in practical patriotism taught by the Boston tea party.” Illustration shows many men dressed as Native Americans on board a ship labeled “The Good Ship Dope”, throwing cartons and boxes of adulterated and unhealthy Read More …

Halloween’s Hemp Seed Sow, 1850

Some merry friendly country folks Together did convene, To burn their nits upon their stocks, An hold their Halloween. – Robert Burns, 1855   Tam O’Shanter and the Witches, illustration by John Faed to the poem of Robert Burns 1855 Read More …

To Autumn, 1783

The San Francisco call, November 23, 1902   To Autumn O Autumn, laden with fruit, and stain’d With the blood of the grape, pass not, but sit Beneath my shady roof; there thou may’st rest, And tune thy jolly voice Read More …

After Eating Hasheesh, 1895

After Eating Hasheesh During quite a good half hour I felt nothing in any way abnormal, but when the meal was drawing to its close a subtle warmth, which came, as it were, in gusts to my head and seemed Read More …

Hemp For Traitors, 1861

    Hemp for Traitors’ Civil War Postal Cover (printed picture on envelope) By J.F. Nash (out of Boston) 1861-1865. I always thought these to be standard size (around 4in x 9 1/2in or so) but these are the small Read More …

Gratefully After Dark: Hugh and the Bear, 1969

“Was I a criminal? No. I was a good member of society. Only my society and the one making the laws are different.” – Owsley Stanley Hugh Hefner and Barbi Benton with bunnies 1969   Gratefully After Dark: Hugh and Read More …

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