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    Pete Seeger 1965 S.F. Bay Area Concert Poster. An original cardstock window card advertising folk legend Pete Seeger in concert at a park in Woodside, CA (adjacent to Palo Alto on the San Francisco peninsula) on Sunday evening, July 11, 1965. The show was promoted by Mary Ann Pollar, a well-known local promoter who always used posters of this particular design, and did three Bob Dylan concerts using posters like this in 1964-65. No opening acts are given, but lots of other activities in the park were offered.

    Measures 14" x 20". In Near Mint Minus condition with creasing in the bottom corners (as well as light creasing in upper left portion), ink bleed through on verso from the "1.00" written in black felt tip, tape residue on the verso, and toning on verso. COA from Heritage Auctions.

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    July, 2021
    16th-18th Friday-Sunday
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