The Chukker archivists have glommed onto hundreds of photographs, flyers, and other ephemera from the club's glory days. We've "organized" them into albums based on random criteria—who shot them, what are they of, what we had for lunch on the day we categorized them, and et cetera. (Oh, and we have started collecting links to videos, but we haven't quite figured out what to do with them.)
Oh, and we can't say we always strictly limited ourselves to Chukkerana. Some photos are more Chukker-adjacent.
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Photographs of Chukker patrons, the building itself, and what-not—different eras chunked together.
Posters for Chukker shows and other printed ephemera (T-shirts, album covers, and et cetera). No newspaper articles (see folder below).
Chukker Nation comprises a (very) loose-knit group of pranksters, malcontents, and misfits who found a home at the Chukker. It once had a newsletter. It occasionally has reunions. It's like Woodstock Nation, but without outdoor camping.
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