1975 BERKELEY FREE CLINIC COMMUNITY HEALTH POSTER - ILLUSTRATED with CHINESE DRAGON - TWO COPIES
BERKELEY FREE CLINIC - COMMUNITY HEALTH NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT.
POSTER, illustrated with Chinese Style Dragon, unmounted, 17x22 inches.
TWO IDENTICAL COPIES of this early BERKELEY FREE CLINIC POSTER.
Published by the Berkeley Free Clinic, Berkeley, California, undated, likely early 1970s.
The posters will be shipped carefully rolled in a sturdy mailing tube.
GOOD MINUS condition: Both posters have light foxing in the margins. One has corner wear including pin holes and corner tip tears, and a couple small light creases; the other has a number of horizontal visible creases, possibly from being rolled too tightly, and a couple 2 inch closed edge tears. Otherwise both are bright and clear.
About the BERKELEY FREE CLINIC (from Wikipedia):
******The Berkeley Free Clinic is a non-profit community clinic located in Berkeley, California, US. It is operated as a worker-run collective by more than 100 volunteers. It has provided free medical care since opening in 1969.[
The Berkeley Free Clinic was founded in 1969 during the People's Park riots in Berkeley. Two founders were local booksellers Moe Moskowitz of Moe's Books and Fred Cody pf Cody's Books. The Berkeley Free Clinic operates as a totally free clinic that relies on donations and government funding. It is run by more than 100 volunteers. Since opening, the Berkeley Free Clinic has provided both medical and dental assistance for all who need it.******