|Anthology Film Archives, 2000|
|Artist Job Sheets 1965 & 1966|
|Beatty Zimmerman's cake recipe|
|Bob Dylan Banknotes|
|Bob Dylan Birth Certificate (UK)|
|Bob Dylan Fan Certificate (Japan)|
|Bob Dylan Photo Sleeve, 1965, UK|
|Bob Dylan Tree (Eye poster), 1968|
|Bob Dylan Introduction, 1978|
|Bob Dylan's New York Revisited|
|Box Of Vision, USA|
1994 Q Rock'n Roll, UK
2010 HMV UK
2017 Ganymede's Calendars
|Catherine Jackson's designs|
Starbucks Song Of The Day
Zimmy's Gift card
|Dylan Morning News (The)|
|Hurricane signed words|
|Imaginary books and magazines|
|Lyric Quote Print|
|'Lyrics' In Potato Chip Bags|
Duluth Directory 1944
Hibbing Directories 1950's
Hibbing High School Yearbooks
|No Direction Home artwork proofs|
|Rolling Stone 1969 reprint|
|SNAP Galleries Letterpress|
Official and Illegal
|Street Legal legal file of lyrics|
|Tablecloth & Menu|
|Trevor Wright's lithos, USA|
|Twelve Tribes booklets|
THE MINNESOTA YEARBOOKS
At the beginning there was... DULUTH, Minnesota, Abe Zimmerman's home town.
HEMATITE: THE HIBBING HIGH SCHOOL YEARBOOKS: 1957, 1958, 1959.
Hibbing High School 1950's post card.
One might wonder why a high school yearbook from Hibbing, Minnesota, would be named the Hematite. Well, it turns out that Hibbing sits right on the Mesabi Iron Range, a vast deposit of iron ore of which hematite is the principally-occurring form. In 1963, Dylan memorialized the region in his song "North Country Blues" (from The Times They Are a-Changin') which laments the hard times due to mines shutting down. It is also mentioned in a Springsteen song "Youngstown" (from Ghost of Tom Joad). (entertainment.ha.com)
1958 first page
Other signed and inscribed copy of the 1958 Hibbing High School Hematite yearbook in blue ballpoint pen. Bob Dylan has written to a fellow classmate: "Dear Brenda, Well I didn't see you too much this year but you know that went (sic) on in Study Hall was jus' kidding. I hope you and Jerry have all the happiness or is it LeRoy?? See yuh around this summer. A Friend, Bob Zimmerman". Dylan, known then by his birth name, Bob Zimmerman, graduated the following year.
1959 Senior Year School Yearbook, inscribed with a note: 'Bob Z. to his high school friend Pat'.