Original 1st printing 8&1/2 x 11" double-sided concert/event flyer for "Angry Arts Week", a series of concerts, events, protests and happenings (*ant-Vietnam War) held at various venues across San Francisco, CA in April of 1967. The front features an advertisement for a show held at Longshoreman's Hall on 4/9/67, featuring Sopwith Camel appearing with Quicksilver Messenger Service, Big Brother & the Holding Company (featuring Janis Joplin), Country Joe & the Fish and special guests Grateful Dead. The reverse features an appeal to local High School students to join the 4/15 Spring Mobilization March, along with an ad for the closing rally featuring Quicksilver (replaced by Country Joe & the Fish), Robert Vaughan (the Man from U.N.C.L.E.), Coretta Scott King and more.
Artist unknown, this is the second-state version of the flyer- the Grateful Dead addition, along with additional passes of color ink are not on the first version.
Thin flat stock flyer is in used (B-) condition; a pair of horizontal/vertical folds, a 1 x 1/2" chunk of paper missing from the top left margin, a 1 x 2" soft moisture stain/discoloration in the top right margin/edge, tack/pin holes in all corners and one or two around the outer edges, a few stray surface marks and edge dings, otherwise fine.
While the condition on this example may not be perfect, it is still a VERY uncommon Grateful Dead concert flyer from early '67 that almost never turns up.