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    Forever Young: Folk History Month in Harvard Square - Photo Tour


    November 1st – November 30th 2009.
    Harvard Square unveils a “Community Gallery Window Project” featuring Vintage Photos,
    Folk Art, and Harvard Square Folk Music History Ephemera displayed
    in the following windows throughout the month of November!



    Video – New England Folk Music Archives Video with highlights from the collection. 

    Cardullo's Gourmet Shoppe, 6 Brattle Street, 617-491-8888

    Photographer: Melissa Bugg – “Portraits”

    The Tannery, 39 Brattle Street, 617-491-0810


    Photographer: Steve Nelson -”Faces of the Square in the 1960’s”

    Passport, 43 Brattle Street, 617-576-0900  


    Photographer: John Byrne Cooke “Visions of the Future: Baez & Dylan”

    Ephemera Artist: Original Club 47 Calendar by Byron Lord Linardos.

    Vision House, 7 JFK Street, 617-661-3676.


    Photographer: Rowland Scherman – “Folk Giants”

    The former Z-Square Windows at 14 JFK Street




    “The Sexy Sixties” – Portraits of Maria Muldaur, Joan Baez and Betsy Siggins, at the Viking Hotel Pool, Newport 1964 - Various Photographers

    Mint Julep, 6 Church Street, 617-576-6468


    Ephemera Artist: Byron Lord Linardos “Beautifully Illustrated and Hand Printed Posters and Club 47 Calendars”

    LF Stores, 26 Church Street, 617-492-7700


    Photographer: Robert Corwin “Early Newport Folk Festival Photos from the 1960’s”

    Dado Tea, 50 Church Street, 617-547-0950,


    Photographer: Ralph Jaccodine’s images of Anje Duvecot and Adam Ezra

    Tistik, 54 Church Street, 617-661-0900



    Photographer: Various Photos from the New England Folk Music Archives Collection.

    J.P. Licks, 1312 Massachusetts Avenue, 617-492-1001


    Artwork & Ephemera Window: Eric Von Schmidt

    Book Collection: Folk Music Books for kids and teens!

    Photographer: Don West – “Folk Music through the Ages"

    Harvard COOP 1400 Massachusetts Avenue, 617-499-2000, WWW.THECOOP.COM,


    Posters: Club Passim Campfire Festival Posters Autographed by hundreds of folk artists. Installation: Interactive Guitar with Oral Histories of Folk Artists by Touchable Stories Artist Shannon Flattery.

    Club Passim, 47 Palmer Street, 617-492-5300