People keep a large ball, painted to represent a world globe, in the air during a gathering at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco to celebrate the summer solstice June 21, 1967, the first day of the Summer of Love.
People keep a large ball, painted to represent a world globe, in the air during a gathering at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco to celebrate the summer solstice June 21, 1967, the first day of the Summer of Love. Associated Press file
People keep a large ball, painted to represent a world globe, in the air during a gathering at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco to celebrate the summer solstice June 21, 1967, the first day of the Summer of Love. Associated Press file
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February 19, 2017 12:01 AM

Glitter bombs and Haight-Ashbury tours: Celebrating Summer of Love in San Francisco

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