Irwin Klein and the New Settlers

Photographs of Counterculture in New Mexico
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When photographer Irwin Klein began visiting northern New Mexico in the mid-1960s, he found self proclaimed New Settlers - basically the counterculture - in the back country between Santa Fe and Taos. Join us when author Ben Klein talks about the photos and the counterculture in New Mexico during the 1960s. A book sale by the Friends of the San Francisco Public Library follows the event.

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