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    VENUES AND OTHER PLACES...

    The Other End (Bitter End) The White Horse Tavern One Sheridan Square 94 MacDougal Street Café Wha? The Folklore Center The Gaslight Café (Kettle of Fish) The Commons (Fat Black Pussycat) Gerde's Folk City Art D. Lugoff's Village Gate Washington Square Park Hotel Earle (Washington Square Hotel) Cedar Street Tavern 161 West 4th Street

    This page was inspired by the late John Bauldie's Positively 4th Street Revisited article in Q, No. 104, May 1995, pp. 56-57.
    The Greenwich Village map (from that article) was scanned by Giulio Molfese and made into an image map by Manfred Helfert, Nov 1998 (click on the numbers or use text links provided below).


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    GIL TURNER:
    Dylan's first appearances in New York were at hootenannies held in the afternoon hours in Greenwich Village coffee-houses. It was at one of these that I first heard him, blowing blues harmonica with singer-guitarist Mark Spoelstra.

    Gil Turner, 'Bob Dylan -- a new voice singing new songs,' Sing Out!, Oct-Nov 1962; reprinted in Elizabeth M. Thomson & David Gutman, The Dylan Companion, London, 1990, p. 65.

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