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AIN'T YO' COMIN' BACK TO ME MA DINAH LEE? Words by Margaret F. Mansfield.  Music by  E. Maxwell Honeyman., Ain't yo...sheet music
1 Ain't yo...sheet music AIN'T YO' COMIN' BACK TO ME MA DINAH LEE? Words by Margaret F. Mansfield. Music by E. Maxwell Honeyman.
NY Metropolitan Music 1912 First Edition Pictorial Cover Very Good 
6pp, words and music, in part: "De levee am deserted now de coons all gone away, And no one 'roun' about de place I see. I hears no banjos plunkin' like de way dey used to play; 'Long de banks of de ribber ol' Swanee..." 13.5" x 10.75" Lyric in stereotypical, southern black dialect. The cover shows a forelorn man standing on the riverbank as a steamboat pulls away. 
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THE ACTWU SONG-BOOK: Picket Line and Union Hall - Hard Work and Hard Times - Freedom and Hope., Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union
2 Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union THE ACTWU SONG-BOOK: Picket Line and Union Hall - Hard Work and Hard Times - Freedom and Hope.
NY ACTWU, AFL-CIO, CLC 1978 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
58pp, printed in black and red; 6pp illus from photographs. Contains lyrics to 58 protest songs, including: The Farmer Labor Train; A Miner's Life; Roll The Union On; Union Maid; The Banks Are Made Of Marble; Study War No More; We Will Overcome; and 51 more. 8.5" x 5.5" Includes photographs of and songs by Woody Guthrie, Joe Glazer, The Stevens Workers, Guy Carawan, and Pete Seeger. 
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THE SONGS OF ERIC ANDERSEN  [signed], Andersen, Eric
3 Andersen, Eric THE SONGS OF ERIC ANDERSEN [signed]
NY Deep Fork Music 1969. 1969 1st Edition Soft cover Signed
Pictorial paper covers and contents in very good condition. 12" x 9" pp: 95, (1) Contains lyrics, melody lines, piano accompaniment, and chord symbols to 19 songs written and performed by Eric Andersen. Titles include: Close the Door Lightly; Hey Babe Have You Been Cheatin'; Thirsty Boots; Mary Sunshine; and 15 more. This copy is signed boldly by Andersen on the title-page, and dated 11.8.03. Illustrated by covers, 35pp photo-illus. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. 
Price: 85.00 USD
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POSTER:  JOAN BAEZ -- SUNDAY - APRIL 16 - 8:00 PM -- BERKELEY COMMUNITY THEATRE.... Presented by Manuel A. Greenhill.  Produced by Barry Olivier., Baez, Joan
4 Baez, Joan POSTER: JOAN BAEZ -- SUNDAY - APRIL 16 - 8:00 PM -- BERKELEY COMMUNITY THEATRE.... Presented by Manuel A. Greenhill. Produced by Barry Olivier.
San Francisco 1961 Original edition Very Good 
Broadside, printed in black on white, large photo-illustration of Joan Baez performing with her guitar. 21.5" x 13" This poster for Joan's 1961 Berkeley concert features her photograph by Kelly Hart, taken for the First Berkeley Folk Music Festival in 1958. 
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SIGNED, PROFESSIONAL PORTRAIT OF JOAN BAEZ: Black and white, 5" x 3.75", Baez, Joan
5 Baez, Joan SIGNED, PROFESSIONAL PORTRAIT OF JOAN BAEZ: Black and white, 5" x 3.75"

Bold signature in brown ink. Few tiny tears in top margin, repaired on verso. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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SKIFFLE: The Story of Folk-song with a Jazz Beat. With a Foreword by Lonnie Donegan (The King of Skiffle)., Bird, Brian
6 Bird, Brian SKIFFLE: The Story of Folk-song with a Jazz Beat. With a Foreword by Lonnie Donegan (The King of Skiffle).
London Robert Hale 1958 First Edition Original Boards Very Good Good + Jacket 
119pp, index; 13pp illus from photographs. 8" x 5.25" This first book on the subject traces the history of skiffle from its slave and jazz roots through the 1950s. The second part of the book is a how-to for forming a skiffle band as well as a look at the "origins, progress and personalities" of Britain's most popular skiffle bands. 
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SONGS OF '76:  A Folksingers History of the Revolution [signed], Brand, Oscar
7 Brand, Oscar SONGS OF '76: A Folksingers History of the Revolution [signed]
NY M. Evans 1972 First Edition Original Cloth Fine Fine Jacket Signed
pp: xiv, 178; frontispiece, illus in text. Contains lyrics, melody lines and guitar chords to more than 60 songs collected from manuscripts and newspapers of the day. This is a presentation copy, inscribed on the endpaper and signed by Oscar Brand. 10.25" x 7.5" 
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[poster]  LIVE AT THE CACTUS!  DAVID BROMBERG & CHRIS HILLMAN WITH HERB PEDERSEN: March 2 & 3, 2006, Cactus Cafe, Austin, Texas., Bromberg, David and Chris Hillman
8 Bromberg, David and Chris Hillman [poster] LIVE AT THE CACTUS! DAVID BROMBERG & CHRIS HILLMAN WITH HERB PEDERSEN: March 2 & 3, 2006, Cactus Cafe, Austin, Texas.
Austin Cactus Cafe 2006 First Edition not bound Fine Jeff Miller 
This colorful concert poster is printed in various colors on coated stock, featuring performance photos of Bromberg and Hillman. 17" x 11" Bromberg has been touring as a solo folk performer since 1970. Hillman was in on the beginning of folk-rock as bass player with the Byrds. 
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IAN CAMPBELL FOLK GROUP SONGBOOK, Campbell, Ian
9 Campbell, Ian IAN CAMPBELL FOLK GROUP SONGBOOK
London Heathside/Sing 1965. 1965 1st Edition Soft cover 
Pictorial paper covers and contents in very good condition. 9" x 5.75" (38)pp Contains words and music to 29 traditional and contemporary folk songs, a number of which were written by Ian Campbell. Titles include: The Derby Ram; Mary Mild; Bloody Orkney; A Garland of Children's Street Songs; Hard Life on the Cut; The Canny Miner Lad; Talking Blackbird; Marilyn Monroe; and 21 more. Illustrated by many photos and drawings. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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CAN'T YO' HEAH ME CALLIN' CAROLINE: Song., Can't yo...sheet music
10 Can't yo...sheet music CAN'T YO' HEAH ME CALLIN' CAROLINE: Song.
NY M. Witmark & Sons 1914 First Edition Original Wraps Very Good 
Lyric by Wm. H. Gardner. Music by Caro Roma. 8pp, words and music, in part: "I miss yo' in de mo'nin', when ole Bob-white gives his call, Caroline, Caroline...." 12.25" x 9" 
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AIN'T YOU GOT A RIGHT TO THE TREE OF LIFE? The People of Johns Island, South Carolina--their faces, their words and their songs., Carawan, Guy and Candie, compilers
11 Carawan, Guy and Candie, compilers AIN'T YOU GOT A RIGHT TO THE TREE OF LIFE? The People of Johns Island, South Carolina--their faces, their words and their songs.
NY Simon and Schuster 1966 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
190pp; illus throughout from photographs. Contains dialogue and songs recorded by the Carawans, photographs by Robert Yellin, and a preface by Alan Lomax. 11" x 8.25" 
Price: 35.00 USD
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SING FOR FREEDOM: The story of the Civil Rights Movement through its songs., Carawan, Guy and Candie, editors
12 Carawan, Guy and Candie, editors SING FOR FREEDOM: The story of the Civil Rights Movement through its songs.
Bethlehem, PA Sing Out 1990 0865711801 / 9780865711808 Revised & Enlarged Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
310pp with index; 135 text illus from photographs. Contains words and music to 115 songs, and a new introduction by the editors. 9.75" x 7" 
Price: 35.00 USD
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CARRY ME BACK TO OLD VIRGINNY: Sung by Haverly's Colored Minstrels., Carry...song sheet
13 Carry...song sheet CARRY ME BACK TO OLD VIRGINNY: Sung by Haverly's Colored Minstrels.
NY Henry J. Wehman Circa 1870s Early edition Very Good 
Broadside, decorative borders. Contains words only, two verses and two choruses, beginning: "Carry me back to old Virginny, There's where the cotton and the corn and tatoes grow...." Lightly age-tanned. 9.25" x 6" Wolf, American Song Sheets, #274 (cites Andrews edition). 
Price: 25.00 USD
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THE CARTER FAMILY FOLIO NO. 3: Album of Smokey Mountain Ballads [War edition]., Carter Family
14 Carter Family THE CARTER FAMILY FOLIO NO. 3: Album of Smokey Mountain Ballads [War edition].
NY Southern Music 1944 Second Edition Original Wraps Very Good 
33pp. Contains words and music to 25 songs written by A.P. Carter, including: Sweet Fern; The Foggy Mountain Top; The Cyclone of Ryecove; Lulu Walls; Worried Man Blues; Wabash Cannon Ball; and 19 more. 12" x 9" The cover photo is of A.P. Carter, flanked by daughter Sara and wife Maybelle. The World War II edition is a shorter version of the 64-page 1941 edition by the same title. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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THE CARTER SISTERS AND MOTHER MAYBELLE:  Song Folio No. 1  [signed], Carter Family
15 Carter Family THE CARTER SISTERS AND MOTHER MAYBELLE: Song Folio No. 1 [signed]
Nashville Acuff-Rose 1949 First Edition Original Wraps Fine 
48pp; 25 illus from photographs, some full-page. Contains words and music to 14 songs, most written by one or more of the Carters, including: A Jilted Love; I Dreamed Somebody Else's Dream; Root Hog Or Die; Walk A Little Closer; and 10 more. 12" x 9" The cover features a photograph of the three Carter sisters and Maybelle with their instruments. Inscribed on her accordion in blue ink: "Good Luck, Helen Carter." 
Price: 150.00 USD
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HARRY CHAPIN:  LIVING ROOM SUITE, Chapin, Harry
16 Chapin, Harry HARRY CHAPIN: LIVING ROOM SUITE
NY Warner Bros. 1978 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Fine 
64pp; 9pp illus from photographs. Contains words and music to 9 songs written by Harry Chapin (1942-1981). 12" x 9" Songs include: Dancin' Boy; Flowers Are Red; Jenny; Why Do Little Girls; and five more. 
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ALL OUR LIVES: A WOMEN'S SONGBOOK, Cheney, Joyce and others, editors
17 Cheney, Joyce and others, editors ALL OUR LIVES: A WOMEN'S SONGBOOK
Baltimore Diana Press (1976). 1976 0884470083 / 9780884470083 1st Edition Soft cover 
Pictorial covers and contents in very good condition. 10.75" x 8.25" 200pp Contains lyrics, melody lines, and guitar chords to more than 60 songs. Subjects include: Historical Role Models; Songs for Today's Activists; Women with Women; Self-defense: Physical and Cultural; Motherhood; Shrewish Women; Murder Ballads; Adventurers and Tricksters; Women and Work; Women in Struggle; Songs of Choice. Illustrated by photo-illus, some full-page. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. 
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ALL OUR LIVES: A WOMEN'S SONGBOOK, Cheney, Joyce and others, editors
18 Cheney, Joyce and others, editors ALL OUR LIVES: A WOMEN'S SONGBOOK
Baltimore Diana Press (1976). 1976 0884470083 / 9780884470083 1st Edition Soft cover 
Pictorial covers and contents in very good condition. 10.75" x 8.25" 200pp Contains lyrics, melody lines, and guitar chords to more than 60 songs. Subjects include: Historical Role Models; Songs for Today's Activists; Women with Women; Self-defense: Physical and Cultural; Motherhood; Shrewish Women; Murder Ballads; Adventurers and Tricksters; Women and Work; Women in Struggle; Songs of Choice. Illustrated by photo-illus, some full-page. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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Broadside:  CLUB 47 INC. CHILDREN'S SERIES, SATURDAYS 2:30, DONATION $1.00. January 8, Guy Carawan;  January 15, The Beers Family;  January 22, The Cambridge Quintet;  January 24, Dudley Laufman & The Canterbury Country Orch.;  February 5, Happy Traum;  February 12, Margaret MacArthur;  February 19, Sandy & Caroline Paton., Club 47
19 Club 47 Broadside: CLUB 47 INC. CHILDREN'S SERIES, SATURDAYS 2:30, DONATION $1.00. January 8, Guy Carawan; January 15, The Beers Family; January 22, The Cambridge Quintet; January 24, Dudley Laufman & The Canterbury Country Orch.; February 5, Happy Traum; February 12, Margaret MacArthur; February 19, Sandy & Caroline Paton.
47 Palmer Street, Harvard Square, Cambridge, MA Club 47 1966 Original edition Near Fine 
Broadside, one page, 14" x 8.5", printed in black ink on tan stock, incorporating six vignettes. Small chip from top edge without text loss. "The Club 47 once was a coffee house in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Although it was only open ten years (January,1958 to April, 1968) and seated only about 80 people, it became the flagship of the Boston area's coffee house armada and one of the centers of the 1960s folk music revival. It hosted many of the heroes of traditional music: Appalachian dulcimer players, Cowboy singers and storytellers, Delta blues men and women, gospel groups, Celtic artists, jug bands, bluegrass bands... legendary artists from around the globe. You could also hear new voices at the Club 47 ... the young Joan Baez trying out a Child ballad for the first time, or that new kid, Bob Dylan, up from New York, testing the crowd's reaction to some new lyrics set to an old melody. Judy Collins, Richie Havens, Van Morrison, Eric Anderson, Tom Paxton, John Hammond, Tom Rush and a host of others came to that tiny room, and learned...." (Tom Rush). This is an original broadside, not a cheap, modern reprint. On the back are on-the-spot, blue-ink sketches of folk musicians, drawn and signed by artist/sculptor Jonathan Shahn. Jon was in the Boston folk-revival scene back in the early '60s, and he often used the versos of handouts and broadsides for his sketches. Jon worked at Club 47, part-time as the dishwasher and part-time as a musician. 
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Broadside:  CLUB 47 INC. CHILDREN'S SERIES, SATURDAYS 2:30, DONATION $1.00. October 15, Happy and Artie Traum ... October 29, Mike Cooney ... November 5, Carol Langstaff ... November 26, Jackie Washington ... December 10, The Cambridge Consort ....", Club 47
20 Club 47 Broadside: CLUB 47 INC. CHILDREN'S SERIES, SATURDAYS 2:30, DONATION $1.00. October 15, Happy and Artie Traum ... October 29, Mike Cooney ... November 5, Carol Langstaff ... November 26, Jackie Washington ... December 10, The Cambridge Consort ...."
47 Palmer Street, Harvard Square, Cambridge, MA Club 47 1966 Original edition Near Fine 
Broadside, one page, 14" x 8.5", printed in red ink on tan stock, incorporating six vignettes. Mailing panel on verso. "The Club 47 once was a coffee house in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Although it was only open ten years (January,1958 to April, 1968) and seated only about 80 people, it became the flagship of the Boston area's coffee house armada and one of the centers of the 1960s folk music revival. It hosted many of the heroes of traditional music: Appalachian dulcimer players, Cowboy singers and storytellers, Delta blues men and women, gospel groups, Celtic artists, jug bands, bluegrass bands... legendary artists from around the globe. You could also hear new voices at the Club 47 ... the young Joan Baez trying out a Child ballad for the first time, or that new kid, Bob Dylan, up from New York, testing the crowd's reaction to some new lyrics set to an old melody. Judy Collins, Richie Havens, Van Morrison, Eric Anderson, Tom Paxton, John Hammond, Tom Rush and a host of others came to that tiny room, and learned, Tom Rush recalls. This is an original broadside, not a cheap, modern reprint. On the back are rough, on-the-spot sketches of folk musicians, executed and signed by artist/sculptor Jonathan Shahn. Jon was in the Boston folk-revival scene back in the early '60s, and he often used the versos of handouts and broadsides for his sketches. Jon worked at Club 47, part-time as the dishwasher and part-time as a musician. 
Price: 200.00 USD
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JUDY COLLINS: Concert tour souvenir program + autograph., Collins, Judy
21 Collins, Judy JUDY COLLINS: Concert tour souvenir program + autograph.
Colorado Rocky Mountain Productions 1968 First Edition Original Wraps Near Fine Signed
22pp; large format, illus throughout from photographs. Includes biographical and career information on Judy Collins, a long poem by Richard Farina (copyright 1965), and a Judy Collins discography. 14" x 10" Tipped at the front is a plain, buff card, 3" x 5", handwritten in purple ink: "Best Wishes -- Judy Collins." 
Price: 125.00 USD
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SINGING LESSONS: A Memoir of Love, Loss, Hope, and Healing [signed], Collins, Judy
22 Collins, Judy SINGING LESSONS: A Memoir of Love, Loss, Hope, and Healing [signed]
NY Pocket Books 1998 067102745X / 9780671027452 First Edition Hardcover Fine Fine Jacket Signed
pp: xv, 346, index; 16pp illus from photographs. The legendary folksinger's second book of autobiography centers on her son's suicide, marriage to Louis Nelson,etc. Signed in purple ink, with a heart, on the title-page. 9.5" x 6.25". 
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THE JUDY COLLINS SONGBOOK. With comments, instructions, and personal reminiscences., Collins, Judy
23 Collins, Judy THE JUDY COLLINS SONGBOOK. With comments, instructions, and personal reminiscences.
NY Grosset & Dunlap 1970 6th printing Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
255pp; 16pp illus from photographs. Contains words and music to 55 songs, seven reminiscences, photo notes, and discography. 10.75" x 8.25" 
Price: 25.00 USD
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THE GUITARIST:   A Monthly Magazine Published in the Interest of Hawaiian, Tenor, and Spanish Guitarists. Volume XV,  No. 6, June 1937., Conolly, Willis, editor
24 Conolly, Willis, editor THE GUITARIST: A Monthly Magazine Published in the Interest of Hawaiian, Tenor, and Spanish Guitarists. Volume XV, No. 6, June 1937.
Cleveland, Ohio Guitar Publishing 1937 First Edition Original Wraps Good + 
66pp; text illus from photographs. Some wear at ends of spine. 10.75" x 7.75" Features in this issue include: The Spanish Guitar; The Tenor Guitar; A Story of Feminine Daring in the Great War; guitar club and studio news from various states; etc. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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THE GUITARIST:   A Monthly Magazine Published in the Interest of Hawaiian, Tenor, and Spanish Guitarists. Volume XV,  No. 7, July 1937., Conolly, Willis, editor
25 Conolly, Willis, editor THE GUITARIST: A Monthly Magazine Published in the Interest of Hawaiian, Tenor, and Spanish Guitarists. Volume XV, No. 7, July 1937.
Cleveland, Ohio Guitar Publishing 1937 First Edition Original Wraps Very Good 
62pp; text illus from photographs. Some wear to spine. 10.75" x 7.75" Features in this issue include: The Tenor Guitar; Where Does My Guitar Wood Come From?; The Spanish Guitar; The Hawaiian Guitar; guitar club and studio news from various states; etc. 
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JIM CROCE, HIS LIFE AND MUSIC, Croce, Jim
26 Croce, Jim JIM CROCE, HIS LIFE AND MUSIC
Secaucus, NJ Derbibooks 1974 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
254pp; many illus from photographs. Contains words and music to 44 songs written by Jim Croce and others, along with Conversations with Croce, his life, his "Village Voice" obituary (1943-1973), etc. 12" x 9" Songs include: Alabama Rain; Bad, Bad Leroy Brown; Big Wheel; Roller Derby Queen; Time In A Bottle; You Don't Mess Around With Jim; and 38 more. 
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NEW ALBUM OF XAVIER CUGAT'S BEST COMPOSITIONS AND OTHER LATIN-AMERICAN FAVORITES., Cugat, Xavier
27 Cugat, Xavier NEW ALBUM OF XAVIER CUGAT'S BEST COMPOSITIONS AND OTHER LATIN-AMERICAN FAVORITES.
NY Edward B. Marks 1941 First Edition Original Wraps Very Good 
56pp. Contains words and music to 16 songs, including: A Gay Ranchero; Chiapanecas; El Rancho Grande; My Shawl; Negra Consentida; and 11 more. 12" x 9" 
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XAVIER CUGAT'S FAVORITE COLLECTION OF TANGOS AND RHUMBAS: Including Mexican and Spanish Songs and Dances., Cugat, Xavier
28 Cugat, Xavier XAVIER CUGAT'S FAVORITE COLLECTION OF TANGOS AND RHUMBAS: Including Mexican and Spanish Songs and Dances.
NY Robbins Music 1936 First Edition Original Wraps Very Good 
80pp; five full-page caricatures by Cugat. Contains words and music to 22 songs, including: Cuban Love Song; Dark Night; El Choclo; La Cucaracha; La Golondrina; Santiago; Tango In D; and 15 more. 12" x 9" 
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BROADSIDE #02 National Topical Song Quarterly, Cunningham, Sis (Agnes), editor
29 Cunningham, Sis (Agnes), editor BROADSIDE #02 National Topical Song Quarterly
NY Broadside Magazine March 1962 First edition Self-wraps Near Fine 
Original sheets, side-stapled; 10pp; text illus from drawings. Original songs in this issue: One Man's Hands, by Alex Comfort and Pete Seeger; The Birch Society, by Malvina Reynolds; Duffy Square, by D. Brooks; Plain Bill Brown, by Ernest Marrs; and Bill Wolff's new words to two traditional songs. The editor's notes call for hootenannies or hootenparties devoted solely to topical songs to raise money to support Broadside. In notes about the authors of songs in Broadside #1, she states: "Bob Dylan is a new young songwriter and singer out of New Mexico; his first Columbia album is to be out soon...." 11" x 8.5" 
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BROADSIDE #03 National Topical Song Quarterly, Cunningham, Sis (Agnes), editor
30 Cunningham, Sis (Agnes), editor BROADSIDE #03 National Topical Song Quarterly
NY Broadside Magazine April 1962 First edition Self-wraps Near Fine 
Original sheets, side-stapled; 8pp; text illus from drawing. Original songs in this issue: I Can See A New Day, by Les Rice; Freedom, Freedom Rider, by Marilyn Eisenberg; I Will Not Go Down Under The Ground, by Bob Dylan; The Flowers Of Peace, words by Pete Seeger, trad tune; Ding Dong Dollar & We Dinna Want Polaris, words by Glasgow Song Guild, trad tunes. The editor notes that Marilyn Eisenberg was a freedom rider who spent a month and a half in jail in Parchman, Mississippi....Bob Dylan's first album for Columbia was released....Pete Seeger is turning out quite a few songs these days....Broadside has hootenannies scheduled for NYC and San Francisco..., etc. 11" x 8.5" 
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