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This is a One-of-A-Kind handbill for the Carthay Studios Acid Test, commonly referred to as "Pico", since it was on Pico Blvd. This handbill has the same art style and was done by the same artist as the Fillmore handbill previously shown. So far, this one is the only one to turn up in this style.
This is a One-of-A-Kind handbill for the Carthay Studios Acid Test, commonly referred to as "Pico", since it was on Pico Blvd. This handbill has the same art style and was done by the same artist as the Fillmore handbill previously shown. So far, this one is the only one to turn up in this style.

The Acid Test Chronicles - Page 22 - Carthay Studios - LA Acid Test (11th Test) - March 19, 1966, moved from UCLA at the last minute

   Very little information exists in relation to the Los Angeles Acid Tests. Especially this one.

   Lee Quarnstrom: "There was at least one other Acid Test; that was held on Pico Boulevard in an old sound stage.
   It was a pretty crowded one. We had driven down Sunset Boulevard handing out fliers that said, "Come to the Test." We did an interesting thing at this Test. We didn't put any acid into the Kool-Aid. We had the same garbage can full of Kool-Aid but there was no acid in it. We put in some dry ice so it bubbled, but nobody took any acid at all. Still people thought they were high and acted high. It was a psychedelic placebo effect." -- On the Bus - Paul Perry - Page 166


This is an extremely rare handbill for the Carthay Studios Acid Test on March 19, 1966. There are 5 known to exist. One has writing from Gretchen Fetchen to Babbs son. One has Kesey's handwriting on the back and discusses spaveships and oddities, and one has notes or diary entries from Mountain Girl.
   This is an extremely rare handbill for the Carthay Studios Acid Test on March 19, 1966. There are 5 known to exist. One has writing from Gretchen Fetchen to Babbs son. One has Kesey's handwriting on the back and discusses spaveships and oddities, and one has notes or diary entries from Mountain Girl.
This is a One-of-A-Kind poster for the UCLA Acid Test which was moved to Carthay Studios at the last minute. So far, this is the only one known.
   This is a One-of-A-Kind poster for the UCLA Acid Test which was moved to Carthay Studios at the last minute. So far, this is the only one known.
This is the back of one of the Golden Carthay Studios Handbills - It's a note from Gretchen to Grem Babbs.
   This is the back of one of the Golden Carthay Studios Handbills - It's a note from Gretchen to Grem Babbs.