The Wells Fargo Bank branch in The Haight celebrates its world-famous neighborhood as the center of the '60s counterculture movement. After a private unveiling on June 7, the bank officially debuts to the public a new interior, transformed into an art gallery featuring Jim Marshall's iconic '60s photography from the acclaimed book 'The Haight: Love, Rock, and Revolution.' Also included in the exhibit is a selection of concert posters and other historic photos from that era.

Johnny Cash flips the bird.

Leica Store San Francisco: The Photography of Jim Marshall

A not-to-be-missed experience featuring the many of Jim Marshall's iconic image and a selection of his memorabilia.

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PubWest: "The Haight" is a 2015 Book Design Award Winner

The PubWest Book Design Awards recognize superior design and outstanding production quality of books throughout North America.

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"The Haight" Wins IPPY Gold Medal Award

The Independent Publisher announced its 2015 Independent Publisher Regional and Ebook Awards, presented to the year's best titles, which include "The Haight: Love, Rock, and Revolution.

Another rave review of "The Haight."

The Charlatans perform in the Golden Gate Park, 1967

HuffPost: 'The Haight: Love, Rock and Revolution'

Jim Marshall's success as a photographer can be attributed to his insistence on one non-negotiable term from his subjects:

Access to everything.

SXSW‬ attendees are invited to an hourlong ‪All Access‬ panel discussion with Amelia Davis, musicologist Joel Selvin, photographer Jay Blakesberg and musician/educator Jorma Kaukonen, dishing on legendary photographer and Grammy Trustees Award-winner Jim Marshall‬ and his place in music history. Check out the venue and details at Festivities, art and refreshments follow from 4pm to 6pm at ACL-Live’s Jack and Jim Gallery.

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This gorgeous collection of photographs (most of them black and white), by one of the pioneers of rock photography, documents the epicenter of the countercultural revolution: San Francisco's Haight District in the mid- to late-1960s.

Lights (psychedelic). Cameras (Leicas). Action (an exhibit of photos of ‪‎the Haight‬ era by Jim Marshall). All wrapped up in a not-to-be-missed ’60s-style launch event on February 6 at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism.

Rolling Stone magazine names "The Haight" one of the best music books of 2014.