1- BOB DYLAN SOAKING HIS HOHNER HARMONICA IN WATER..
2- Photographer: Daniel Kramer
Bob Dylan in a tree in Woodstock, NY
3- Photographer: Daniel Kramer/ 1963
Bob Dylan and Victor Maymudes
4- Bob Dylan in the woods/ Woodstock
5- Photographer: Fred W. McDarrah
Bob Dylan, January 22, 1965, with the help of unidentified construction workers, with a cigarette in his mouth, operates a jackhammer in Sheridan Square Park, New York, N.Y.
6- Bob Dylan In A Tree / Woodstock
7- BOB DYLAN, NOVEMBER 15, 1980 AT THE FOX WARFIELD THEATRE IN SAN FRANCISCO, CA
8- Bob Dylan is presented with a Presidential Medal of Freedom (established in 1963 by President Kennedy )
Bob Dylan is presented with a Presidential Medal of Freedom (established in 1963 by President Kennedy ) by U.S President Barack Obama during an East Room event May 29, 2012 at the white house in Washington, DC.
The Medal of Freedom, the nation’s highest civilian honour, is presented to individuals who have made especially meritorious contributions to the security or national interests of the US to world peace, or to cultural or other significant public or private endeavors.
His work had considerable influence on the Civil rights movement of the 1960 and had significant impact on American culture over the five decades.
Obama said, ” They’ve challenged us, they’ve inspired us, and they’ve made the world a better place”.
9- JANUARY 22, 1974, BOB DYLAN PERFORMED AT THE OMNI IN ATLANTA GEORGIA AND BOB ALSO VISITED WITH JIMMY CARTER
JANUARY 22, 1974, BOB DYLAN PERFORMED AT THE OMNI IN ATLANTA GEORGIA AND BOB ALSO VISITED WITH JIMMY CARTER, THEN GOVERNOR OF GEORGIA, AT THE GOVERNOR’S MANSION DURING THAT STOP AT A POST-CONCERT PARTY AT THE GOVERNOR’S MANSION
Note: Carter once cited that Dylan’s song, ‘Maggies Farm’ in a campaign speech as helping him appreciate the “dynanism of a change in modern society.”
10- Ted Russell photo of Bob Dylan In autumn 1961,
In autumn 1961, New York City photographer Ted Russell got a call from a friend who spoke of a folk singer presenting himself as “an itinerant hobo-like person in the wold of Woody Guthrie,” complete with “funny cap and blue jeans and all that,” Russell says. The photographer was deeply into jazz and knew nothing about folk music, but sensing intriguing story possibilities, Russell showed up at Gerde’s Folk City in Greenwich Village to photograph 20-year-old Bob Dylan in action.
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