This lot is for three Beaver Hall handbills. The Beaver hall was a small venue in Portland, Oregon that had many famous band plays there. They included people such as Ken Kersey and his Merry Pranksters holding one of their famous acid tests to the Byrds and the Grateful Dead along with many other bands of the day. The first handbill features headliner Nazz Are Blues Band from April 11th & 12th. Size is 6" x 7. This is by Paul Bassett and the Air Sign Company. Next is another one that features Nazz Are Blues Band, U.S. Cadenza, and Rythm Method from March 21st & 22nd. Size is 5 1/2" x 8 1/2. And last is one that features the Gazebo - Sterling Stem and McFarland Trio on April 4th & 5th. Size is 5 1/2" x 8 1/2". The artist on this and the second one was Bruce Weber who was responsible for many posters and handbills from the Pacific Northwest at the time. These are all from 1969 and are original handbills.