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Turn on tune in - hippie photos unseen for decades

Social History, San Francisco, California, USA, 6th October 1967. More than 100 hippies hold rites celebrating the "Death of the Hippie" as they parade down Haight Street, center of the famed Haight-Ashbury district, carrying a symbolic casket in a protest against being labeled "hippies." (Photo by Rolls Press/Popperfoto/Getty Images)

San Francisco flower power, circa 1967, has a now-classic look. But let's not overlook the scholarly sports coat, either.

Turn on tune in - hippie photos unseen for decades

Carrying a loaf of bread, a guitar and a knapsack, a hippie walks down the street away from the Haight-Ashbury district of San Francisco, Oct. 16, 1967. As the last of the summer weather moves out, so does the influx of young people that came in with it. (AP Photo) Photo: Jb, AP

Turn on tune in - hippie photos unseen for decades

Haight & Ashbury meeting on street corner. October 29, 1973 Photo: Clay Alders, The Chronicle

The MC5 and friends at the Hill Street commune. I think this is the place my mom used to party with MC-5 back in the day! Maybe I was even there as a baby!!