|BHL||Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor|
|CCS||Center for Communal Studies transcripts, University of Southern Indiana, Evansville com/co Communication Company, San Francisco (a node of Digger activity)|
|HC-SFPL||Hippies Collection, History Center, San Francisco Public Library|
|HSDR||Haight Street Diggers, Records, North Baker Library, California Historical Society, San Francisco|
|JLSP||John and Leni Sinclair Papers, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor|
|NBL-CHS||North Baker Library, California Historical Society, San Francisco|
|SCDLR||Special Collections, David L. Rice Library, University of Southern Indiana, Evansville|
|SCP||Sixties Communes Project transcripts (Timothy Miller, University of Kansas; some transcripts available at SCDLR)|
Just fifteen days before this manuscript went to press, the Digger Archives Web site www.diggers.org, a critical source for this project, was orphaned by the collapse of its Web host service. It will take some time for the site archivist to reconstitute this valuable resource. He has decided to redesign the site as he reconstitutes it, so some of the documents cited in this work are not available as of the date of this publication. When a document is available (either in the reconstituted site or in cached copies of the Archives located elsewhere on the Web), I provide an active hyperlink in the notes. When I have been unable to locate another source, I provide the URL of its last known location in boldface. The Web is a dynamic environment, so I urge readers to search for the documents cited in inactive links; they may again become available.
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