New York: YIPL, 1972. 4to, single sheet folded once. Offset printed on white paper stock.
Early issue of the legendary phone phreaking zine, which was affiliated with the Yippies and would deeply influence the development of computer hacking in the following decades. This issue includes a text on starting your own YIP chapter, Richard Nixon, A small Skip Williamson, comic, info on how to stop traffic lights in Los Angeles, and more.
Some scatted ink notations to second page from a previous user, who has written "not working" in red ink next to a text on how to get free calling in Miami, some heavy agged creasing and nicks to the fore edge, good only but all the sweeter for it. Item #31120