[Mid-1970s to early 1980s].
Unbound. A group of 50 amateur color snapshot photographs. Various sizes between 1" x 3" and 3" x 3". Mostly undated, about half have been captioned on the verso, depicting daily life in the Renegade Biker Gang from the mid-1970s and early 1980s. Several are trimmed (as evidenced by the captions occasionally cut off the sides] some have the colors faded out a bit, but most are near fine. Included are three images of a small concert or bar performance by country legend David Allan Coe dated May 2, 1980 at The Warehouse. The bearded and tattooed bikers, apparently one of the two Georgia chapters of The Renegades (a fair number are identified on the versos) are depicted camping, drinking, and partying, on or with bikes, at a gravestone, with girls, and generally having a lovely time.