San Francisco: Anstendig Institute, c. early 1980's. 4to, each issue photo-mechanically reproduced and stapled once at the upper left hand corner, some illustrated by r. D. Henggeler.
A collection of zines issued by the Anstendig Institute, many of them illustrated by Ron Henggeler. The Institute, which still continues today, is a nonprofit "that studies and educates the public about the vibrational influences in our environment, particularly those of sight and sound, and how they affect sensory perception. Its papers on sound reproduction, problems of focusing in photography, psychology and problems of hearing and seeing, and erratic vibrational influences that affect our lives are widely distributed throughout the world." - from the group's website. This lot includes material attacking the deplorable quality of American Television, phono-pickups, "The Faults of Recorded Media, Or There is No Satisfactory, Practical Means of Reproducing Sound," etc.
Very good with some minor rusting to staples and the occasion crease. Item #29647