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Mendocino In The Seventies
(and early Eighties)
"New Pioneer Family" - Tony and Ella Russell with son Jesse near their home in Elk / Greenwood, California, 1972 - © 2006 Nicholas Wilson
Above is the front cover of a new hard cover photo book by Nicholas Wilson titled Mendocino In The Seventies and released December 9, 2006.
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Cat Mother band publicity shot, 1971. Charlie Prichard, Roy Michaels, Bob Smith,
Steve Davidson, Michael Equine, with little Jennifer Smith in front.
The book is dedicated to the memory of Bob Smith, seen here in 1977.
Bo's Land boogie crowd in dusty light, Sept. 1970.
Wild dance scene from a Sep 1970 boogie at Bo's Land, Albion. The photo's psychedelic appearance is due in part to a 4 yr. delay in processing, causing color shifts and steaks
Gai Waller (now Daly) created beautiful tie-dyed velvet in 1972.
Mark LeVine and John Chamberlin were the early duo version of the Mark LeVine Revue in 1973. JC also did the poster, of course, and he's still at it in 2006.
This 1977 version of the Mark LeVine Revue included John Chamberlin, Steve Davidson, Mark LeVine and Louis Callas.
The Caspar Flats Jug Band in all its funky glory in 1973.Dave Jensen, Paul Tully, David Isakson, Bob Ross, John Chamberlin Mark LeVine, Jan Eno and Davis Te Selle.
Capt. Fathom (aka Alan Graham) with all the right gear in 1977.
John Griffith (in straw hat) gets a ticket from Dep. Fred Lima for violation of the new anti-street-vending ordinance in December 1977. Note Paul Katzeff rear center with camera, Santa Claus right rear, and Byrd Baker right edge.
Nancy Littleriver and Sunshine cut their wedding cake at Point Cabrillo Light Station, 1977. Note Tony Burr, upper left, Annie Leveton with long blond hair and red flower.
This portrait of Tony Award winning Broadway impresario Saint Subber was done for the New York Times in December 1975. He produced Kiss Me Kate, the Odd Couple, Barefoot in the Park, and many other famous plays. He had a Mendocino home from the mid-seventies to the early eighties, and died in 1994.
Dr. Harold Robinson in clown suit and Graham Keighley (left) at the Fort Bragg Co-op Street Fair boogie in 1972, with the Mendocino All-Stars on stage in this photo. Cat Mother and Caspar Flats Jug Band also played this one. Located on Stewart St. at Redwood St.
Rambling Jack Elliott with Young Brigham at Dave Sverko's stables on Little Lake Road, Mendocino, 1972.
A young Meca Wawona provides scale and emotion in this scene of a 10 ft. diameter ancient redwood cut down by Georgia Pacific near Mendocino Woodlands camps in 1975.
The old Sea Gull in 1974, before it burned down in Dec. 1976.
A nearly full moon rises in the twilight over Mendocino in 1980. Three ponies were pastured in the field next to the red house. The Masonic Hall (now Savings Bank) is in the left background, and the Red Church (Corners of the Mouth natural food store) is at right.
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