Photo by Ned Groth, who writes:

This was a camping trip with some of the Peninsula Observer staff, circa 1969. The location is Big Basin State Park, CA. Maureen is seated at the left, in a plaid jacket; Frank is seated next to her, in a blue shirt. Seated next to Frank is Andrew Moss. Standing, behind them, in the hat, is Dave Ransom. Saul and Judy Wasserman are in the foreground; David Shen is at the right.

Marlene Lily adds that the woman behind Saul and next to Andrew is Janet Small.
The Peninsula Observer was an underground newspaper published in Palo Alto from 1967-1969.
Editorship rotated among a group including Randy Bonner, Marlene Charyn, Peter Dolinger, David Shen, Maureen Kulbaitis, Dave Ransom, and Jo Anne Wallace.
More about the Peninsula Observer is available via The San Francisco Public Library Herb Caen Magazines and Newspapers Center.
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I am compiling a small catalog of material relating to my parents’ involvement in the student radical movement.
Maureen Cassidy (nee Kulbaitis), 1944-1996, and Frank Cassidy, 1946-2007, married in 1969 and had two children: myself (Amy Duncan) and my sister (Megan Cassidy). High-res

Photo by Ned Groth, who writes:

This was a camping trip with some of the Peninsula Observer staff, circa 1969. The location is Big Basin State Park, CA. Maureen is seated at the left, in a plaid jacket; Frank is seated next to her, in a blue shirt. Seated next to Frank is Andrew Moss. Standing, behind them, in the hat, is Dave Ransom. Saul and Judy Wasserman are in the foreground; David Shen is at the right.

Marlene Lily adds that the woman behind Saul and next to Andrew is Janet Small.

The Peninsula Observer was an underground newspaper published in Palo Alto from 1967-1969.

Editorship rotated among a group including Randy Bonner, Marlene Charyn, Peter Dolinger, David Shen, Maureen Kulbaitis, Dave Ransom, and Jo Anne Wallace.

More about the Peninsula Observer is available via The San Francisco Public Library Herb Caen Magazines and Newspapers Center.

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I am compiling a small catalog of material relating to my parents’ involvement in the student radical movement.

Maureen Cassidy (nee Kulbaitis), 1944-1996, and Frank Cassidy, 1946-2007, married in 1969 and had two children: myself (Amy Duncan) and my sister (Megan Cassidy).