Peace Eye Bookstore was here. (Ed Sanders; Fugs; Andy Warhol)
Art Biggest, Tallest, etc. (other superlatives) Folk Music Pop Culture Retail Stores, Malls Rock and Roll Warhol, Andy
Peace Eye Bookstore was here. (Ed Sanders; Fugs; Andy Warhol)

The Peace Eye Bookstore, owned by a founder of The Fugs band, was here in the 1960s. Andy Warhol printed flower banners for its opening. See p. 54 of The Downtown Pop Underground by Kembrew McLeod. There is quite a bit about the store on the Web, including that it had moved to 147 Avenue A.

Publication date Feb 06, 2019
Property ID: 11252
Updated on: Feb 06, 2019

The Peace Eye Bookstore, owned by a founder of The Fugs band, was here in the 1960s. Andy Warhol printed flower banners for its opening. See p. 54 of The Downtown Pop Underground by Kembrew McLeod. There is quite a bit about the store on the Web, including that it had moved to 147 Avenue A.

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383 East Tenth Street, New York, 10003, United States
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Art Biggest, Tallest, etc. (other superlatives) Folk Music Pop Culture Retail Stores, Malls Rock and Roll Warhol, Andy
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02-06-2019
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