(NYPOST) — Bob Dylan has sold his personal archive of notes, draft lyrics, poems, artwork and photographs to the University of Tulsa, where they will be made available to scholars and curated for public exhibitions, the Oklahoma school said on Wednesday.
The 6,000-item collection spans nearly the entire length of Dylan’s 55-year career, and many have never been seen before. The collection was acquired by the George Kaiser Foundation and the University of Tulsa.
The collection also includes master recording tapes of Dylan’s entire music catalog, along with hundreds of hours of film video.
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