Broadside magazine was a small mimeographed publication founded in 1962 by Agnes "Sis" Cunningham and her husband, Gordon Friesen. Hugely influential in the folk-revival, it was often controversial. Issues of what is folk music, what is folk rock, and who is folk were roundly discussed and debated. At the same time, Broadside nurtured and promoted important singers of the era.
The mimeograph machine used to produce the magazine had been discarded by the American Labor Party. The mixture of hand-drawn musical notation, typewriter text, and the occasional hand-drawn illustration or photocopied news story anticipated a look that would be more common in zines 20 years later.
By the end of the 1970s, Broadside had essentially ceased publication.
The whole Broadside collection can be read here

bob dylan reading broadside magazine Bob Dylan reading Broadside on 2 November 1963 in Jordan Hall, Boston.

broadside magazine 6 Bob Dylan cover story #6, 24 May 1962 (New York) , 1 page.

broadside magazine 20 Bob Dylan cover story #20, February 1963 (illustrated by Suzie Rotolo) 3 pages.

broadside magazine 23 Bob Dylan cover story #23, late March 1963, 2 page

broadside magazine 27 Bob Dylan cover story #27, June 1963, 2 pages.

broadside magazine 39 Bob Dylan cover story #39, 7 February 1964, 1 page.

broadside magazine 93 Bob Dylan cover story #93, July/August 1968, 7 pages.

broadside magazine 97 Bob Dylan cover story #97, March/April 1969, 2 pages.

broadside magazine 116 Bob Dylan cover story #116, November-December 1971, 3 pages.

broadside magazine 128 Bob Dylan cover story #128, January-June 1975, 2 pages.

broadside magazine 129 Bob Dylan cover story #129, July-December 1975, 4 pages.