Dylan's Duluth childhood home getting spruced up
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- September 10, 2012 - 2:31 PM
The floors and the walls they are a changin'. Duluth pharmacist Bill Pagel tells the Agence France Press that he's sprucing up the wood-frame house that folk music icon Bob Dylan spent his first six years in, overlooking Duluth and Lake Superior. Pagel is using historic photos to guide the remodeling. Dylan moved to Hibbing in 1947 when he was 6. Pagel founded a Dylan web site in 1995 at www.boblinks.com. To read the story on the remodel click here.
Here is a nice photograph of the house that ace Star Tribune photographer Brian Peterson shot for a travel piece we ran a few summers ago.
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