Answered By: Timothy Grasso
Last Updated: Aug 02, 2018     Views: 42

Fuller does not own digital rights to publicly publish the Hollywood Free Paper, but a complete print run of the paper is available in our Special Collections. Scans of individual articles can be requested from the archives department through interlibrary loan within the standard limitations of fair use (a maximum of 2 articles per issue).

More information about the collection can be seen through its WorldCat record and through the Duane Pederson Collection finding aid (including the HFP), hosted on Fuller's digital commons repository. 

You can also learn more about the history of the Jesus People movement and the Hollywood Free Paper through the organization's website (now Hands of Hope Ministries). 

Please contact the archives department at archives@fuller.edu to inquire about the possibility of arranging temporary digital access to full issues for research use only. The Fuller archivist will be equipped to fully discuss the copyright issues involved.