Labor Day Monterey is a zine of never before seen photos from the infamous Hells Angels Monterey incident on Labor Day weekend 1964. All images and news clipping reproduced from the only female Hell's Angels member's personal photo album. Published by The Western Empire, 2016.
Softcover, 40pg. Color and B&W
7" x 7"
From Hunter S. Thompson's book, Hell's Angels: A Strange and Terrible Saga
"The destination this time was a big tavern called Nick’s, a noisy place on a main drag called Del Monte, near Cannery Row in downtown Monterey. “We went right through the middle of town,” recalls Terry, “through the traffic and everything. Most of the guys knew Nick’s, but not me because I was in jail the other time. We didn’t make it till about three because we had to wait in a gas station on the 101 for some of the guys running late. By the time we got there I guess we had about forty or fifty bikes. Berdoo was already in with about seventy-five, and people kept coming all night. By the next morning there were about three hundred from all over.”