Kansas City, Missouri: People's Yellow Pages, 1972. One of the many “people’s yellow pages” issued during the 1960s and 70s, this one by a collective in Kansas City, Missouri. A national directory of “places to buy the everyday essentials at a reduced rate, groups that are involved in that big arena called social change, services available to the public, people who have skills and resources, and other bits and pieces of information others have found valuable.” Organized alphabetically by service, individual, organization, and publication. Includes two indices.
Stapled newsprint wrappers (10 ¾” x 8 ¼”), , 54,  p., illus. Sticker ghost to the top corner of the front wrapper, penned name, toning along the spine. Seven copies in OCLC, most in Kansas libraries. Item #10691