November 1971 · Cambridge, Mass.
People's Yellow Pages.
Cambridge, MA: Vocations for Social Change, November 1971.
Sparsely but appropriately illustrated throughout.
Large 4to., [ii]125 pp.; self-wrappers, overall light staining but complete. Ink annotation in outer margin of front cover.
Second edition (revised, updated)
Apparently the FIRST putting together of a "People's Yellow Pages" by a group that describes itself as "anti-profit": an alphabetical inventory detailing many groups, legal services, support organizations, and everything else one would be needing to know about coming out of the various movements from the late 1960s. Topics include abortion, assassination, bio-rhythm, coffee houses, communes, draft counseling, drugs, ecology, food cooperatives, group therapy and child care, help crisis, liberation struggles, mental health, nonviolence, political science, prisons, radicals, resistance, sensitivity training, spirituality, tenant's rights, war crimes, welfare, &c. OCLC locates one copy only (Emory Univ) of this specific printing, but later editions were issued through 1973. (Inventory #: VBF_01)