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ENTERTAINMENT BOB DYLAN
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August 19, 2005 
Steve Sapp of Darrington, Washington looks at a display of a recently discovered manuscript handwritten... 
Seattle, USA 
Artifacts of US music icon Dylan are viewed by public for first time at Experience Music Project in Seattle.... 
Steve Sapp of Darrington, Washington looks at a display of a recently discovered manuscript handwritten in the early 1960s by U.S. music icon Bob Dylan at Experience Music Project in Seattle August 19, 2005. The 16-page document "Poems without Titles" was written in pencil on unlined paper and was rediscovered by a man who attended the University of Minnesota with Dylan in the 1960s. The poems are the earliest known manuscripts by Dylan up for auction and have an estimated presale value of $60,000 to $80,000. The manuscripts will be auctioned by Christie's in November 2005. REUTERS/Anthony P. Bolante APB/CCK 
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