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Communal living

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Here are entered works on arrangments in voluntary cooperative living, usually informal, including the communes that flourished beginning in the 1960s. Works on traditional, formally organized communal ventures, usually based on ideological, political or religious affiliation are entered under Collective settlements.

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Memories of Mountain Drive Exhibition Photographs

 Unprocessed Material — Folder 2022-134
Identifier: 2022-134
Dates: 1950 - 1970
Found in: Gledhill Library

Mountain Drive Oral History Collection

Identifier: AR-2020-008
Abstract Mountain Drive, a residential enclave of free spirits located in the hills above Montecito, coalesced in the years following World War II. The driving force behind its formation was Robert McKee Hyde, known to all as Bobby. The spirit of the community was bohemian, a “live-and-let-live” feel that fostered a close-knit camaraderie. Community interaction often centered on a growing number of celebrations and festivals. Probably the best-known was the Wine Stomp, begun in 1952, in which the...
Dates: 1985 - 2022

Mountain Drive Oral History Digitized

 Unprocessed Material
Identifier: 2021-053
Dates: 2021-06-11
Found in: Gledhill Library

Mountain Drive Oral History Project

 Unprocessed Material
Identifier: 2020-083
Found in: Gledhill Library