Chuck Gould Gallery
Diggers and Free Family
Chuck Gould graciously donated the photos on the following pages to the
Digger Archive. The most striking aspect of his work is in contrast to
most other photographers of the time. Chuck was taking photos of his life.
He wasn't an observer, but rather participant, of these events. He didn't
stand on the sidelines trying to catch the most sensationalistic moment on
film. Nor did he have a fixation on the stars of the counterculture. These
photos are more in the nature of a family album than some art-official
portfolio. And for that reason, they add a very important dimension to the
The original Gould Gallery
was a group of six pages that contained scans of photographic prints.
These pages are now under the "First Gould Gallery" link (to the left.)
As of 2012, Chuck has now scanned all the negatives in his collection
and he has selected a group of 135 photos that are even more
representative than the original set.
All rights to these photographs are reserved by the photographer.
Please send an
email to request permission for ANY use (including non-commercial OR
Note to the viewer: all
of the photos have larger
versions available for viewing. Just click on the image to bring up a 600
x 400 pixel image. Also note that if you leave the mouse rest over an
image, you will be able to read a caption for that photo.