Farmworker's Benefit: San Francisco Mime Troupe's last San Francisco performance of Bertolt Brecht's, 'The Mother'
17.5 in HIGH x 22.5 in WIDE
(44.45 cm HIGH x 57.15 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Poster has a blue and white background image of a farm in the middle of a field with trees surrounding. The top center has a green and white photograph of the freeway interchange of the James Lick freeway. Across the freeway in the photograph is "Your City's Cultural Karma". The bottom edge of the photograph has "An aerial view of the Army street (now Cesar Chavez) - James Lick freeway traffic structure, looking north from Old Bayshore." In the bottom half of the poster in green is "Farmworker's Benefit/ san francisco mime troupe's/ last san francisco performance of Bertolt Brecht's 'The Mother'/ October 26, 1974 8:00PM $2.00/ The Farm 1499 Potrero Avenue at the Army Street Circle/ 826-1290." The Farm was a community center and urban farm between 1974-1987, and the venue for may alternative art and music events. [LMC]
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