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Baron Wolman

An Interview with Rolling Stone's First Chief Photographer
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Baron Wolman
Photograph by Baron Wolman

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"Tourists were coming to Haight Street to see hippies," Wolman says. "During the Summer of Love kids would make any money by buying these [counterculture] newspapers from whoever was publishing them for say, a quarter. Then they'd sell them for a dollar, because the tourists wanted some kind of hippie memento."

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