New York: Intrepid, 1964. First Edition. Wraps. good +. 4to. Side-stapled in self-wraps.Stamps and mailing information at rear. Final page detached but present. Folds for mailing. Minor toning and dampstains at edges. Good plus. PROVENANCE: Izzy Young's copy, with his mailing addess at rear. Young was a central figure throughout the 1960s in the NYC music and literary scenes. He founded the Folklore Center, produced Dylan's first concert in 1961 (Dylan even wrote a song for/about him, "Talking Folklore Center"), and was involved in the mimeo revolution.
Early issue of this prominent mimeo magazine, with contributions from Dan Saxon, Gerard Malanga, Duane Locke and others. [Clay and Phillips, 281]. (Inventory #: 16498)
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