Photos of The Summer of Love

 Krishna’s Kirtan, a sacred chant music group, on the Diggers truck during the Ratha-Yatra Festival on Haight Street, July 9, 1967.

 Jimi Hendrix performing onstage at a free concert in the Panhandle, June 19, 1967.
 The famous corner of Haight-Ashbury streets, June 1967. The Unique Men’s Shop is now a Ben & Jerry’s ice cream shop.
 A family driving down Haight Street, looking at hippies, June 1967.
 Janis Joplin on her bed, taken in her apartment on Lyon Street, December 1967.
 Panhandle crowd at Hells Angels’ Thanks for Diggers New Years Day Wail, January 1, 1967.
 Dancing in the Panhandle, June 1967.
 Timothy Leary, Allen Ginsberg, and Gary Snyder onstage telling everyone to “Turn on, tune in, and drop out” at the Human Be-In at Golden Gate Park Polo Fields, January 14, 1967.
 Jerry Garcia and Carolyn “Mountain Girl” Garcia on the steps of the Grateful Dead house at 710 Ashbury Street, May 1967.
Eric Clapton playing guitar in Jim Marshall’s apartment on Union Street, August 1967.
Photos © Jim Marshall Photography LLC