Highlights of the
Over the years, there's been much feedback from visitors to the
Digger Archives web site. Some have used the site for school research,
some for dissertations, some for books, some for media studies, etc.
etc. There is much more in the online archive than is listed below. Just
follow the links on the top entry page. But
the items below are special—at the least for the person who built this
issue of the Free City News sheets, distributed in San Francisco, 1967-68.
Shown above is the "1% Free" poster that first appeared as wall sized
posters in the Winter of 1968 and became a Digger trademark for the last
cycle of street events. Various interpretations of the cryptic symbology of
the poster evolved, but the one that seemed most popular was the Free City
Bank. Merchants and rock bands contributed 1% of their profits to the Free
City Bank to fund various activities such as the Free Food Distribution