Take a nostalgic look back at a special time in a special place. It's a photographic social history of the 1970s alternative culture on the Mendocino Coast of northern California, with 160 pages and over 180 photos. The limited first edition of 200 copies sold out in a week, becoming an instant rare book. This 1st revised edition is the same book with a few errors and omissions corrected.
"...Nicholas Wilson brings that era to blazing life once more. It's time travel at its funniest and most poignant.... Reading 'Mendocino In the Seventies' is a bittersweet visit to a time we imagined could last forever, but was gone in the space of a decade or so. ... If you can find a copy ... by all means grab it." -- Tony Miksak in Words On Books
Read the full review by longtime bookseller Tony Miksak in the archive at http://web.archive.org/web/20080514075418/http://www.gallerybookshop.com/bkm/wob061217.html
For complete details and sample photos see www.nwilsonphoto.com/book.htm
Raised in Brownsville, Texas; BA&MA University of Texas, Austin, 1960s; lives in beautiful coastal Mendocino County of Northern California since 1970. Award-winning editorial, documentary and fine art photographer and part-time journalist since 1971.