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A. J. Weberman going through the Dylan family's garbage.
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Dylan bought the townhouse in late 1969 and moved back to the city for the first time in four or five years, the intervening time having been spent mostly in Woodstock, where he lived quietly with his wife Sara and their young family. The move back to the village was, Dylan later admitted,
"a stupid thing to do... The worst times of my life were when I tried to find something in the past. Like when I went back to New York for the second time. I didn't know what to do. Everything had changed."
Unfinished Dylan letter to Johnny Cash and June Carter
Perhaps not uncoincidentally, it was this time that Dylan found himself constantly hassled by the infamous A. J. Weberman and it was from outside this very house that Weberman made off with the Dylan family's garbage, which was later scrupulously examined for buried treasure back at the Dylan Archive at 6 Bleecker Street.
collected by A. J. Weberman (Dylan Liberation Front) from Dylan's
garbage at 94 MacDougal Street;
"liberated" by Manfred Helfert from Weberman's homepage in 1997
(since you can't claim copyright for scans of stolen garbage -- this
is Public Domain).
John Bauldie, Positively 4th Street Revisited, Q 104 (May 1995), p. 57.
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