A scarce complete run in 8 issues of the short-lived Dutch Provo mimeographed magazine, with contributions from Duco van Weerlee, Rob Stolk, Hans Tuynman, Peter Bronkhorst, Th. Holterman, Jan de Leeuw, Louis van Abcoude, and Nico van Apeldoorn, three of the issues each devoted to a single topic including a women's issue, a men's issue, and a special smoking issue. Scattered illustrations. Some scattered browning, mild soiling. 4to. to tall 4to. Stapled self-wrpps., housed in modern red cardboard folder. Amsterdam, 1966.
Provo was a Dutch counterculture movement active in the mid-1960s, focused on provoking violent responses from authorities using non-violent methods and absurdist humor. Provo was founded on May 25, 1965, by anti-smoking activist Robert Jasper Grootveld, together with Roel van Duijn and Rob Stolk, two anarchists. The movement disbanded just two years later, on May 13, 1967. Very scarce; as of February 2019, WorldCat locates only two holdings in North American institutions. Book ID: 49038