One of the classic early Fillmore
images, featuring a timeless Herb Greene photo of a doe-eyed Grace
Slick. At the time, Grace was still the lead singer for the
Great Society, but would join the Jefferson Airplane within six
weeks of these shows.
The original/first print poster was printed prior to the shows and
measures approx. 13 3/4" x 21". It was printed on very
thin/delicate stock, very similar to that used for the handbills/flyers.
When exposed to black light, the back of this poster flouresces
noticeably, which does not occur on either of the reprint posters.
This poster is quite rare, and is next to impossible to find in
The second print poster, an authorized reprint, was printed on a
somewhat thicker paper stock than the first print poster, and there
are two variations as follows (it may eventually be discovered that
there were three unique printings of this poster),
This poster, Type A, measures approx. 13 3/4" x 21".
There is a VERY thin red line that runs from the top of the "L"
through the top portion of the "E" in "ELEVATORS". This line
does not appear on the original or the Type B second print.
This poster, Type B, measures approx. 13 7/8" x 21", slightly
wider than the Type A poster. The aforementioned red line
does not appear, and the paper used to print this poster does not
match either the original or Type A reprint. It is very similar
to the Type A, but not identical. This poster has an identical
appearance to the original (no red line), but was printed on a different
paper stock (black light test/thickness).
The original handbill was printed prior to the shows, and measures
approx. 4 7/8" x 8 5/8". The paper used to print this
handbill matches the paper used to print the original poster.
The post card measures approx. 4 7/8" x 8 1/2" and was printed
in early 1967. Bill Graham authorized the printing of all
of the Fillmore post cards.