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Collection Number: D-208

Books, correspondence, ephemera, financial papers, photographs, serials, and working files relating to energy use; some of these materials were once part of a lending library on alternative energy generation.
Extent

56.8 linear feet

Biography

Non-profit corporation founded in 1972 to develop alternative energy and to contribute to a lifestyle independent of organized society. Originating in Saugus, California, and later moving to Mariposa County, the collective focused on solar and wind power generation. Earthmind's central figure, Michael Hackleman, supported the group by putting up wind machines and by publishing books and articles on alternative energy.

Inclusive Dates

1912-1984.

Subject

Natural Resources

Additional Collection Information

Finding Aid on the Online Archive of California

Access

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