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Forever young

An Amesbury psychotherapist reaches into his past -- and finds galleries (and Martin Scorsese) interested in his 40-year-old photos of an icon

By Steven Rosenberg
Globe Staff / January 23, 2005

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In Douglas Gilbert's Amesbury darkroom, the black-and-white silhouettes slowly emerge, revealing images of a person and a time that changed the face of rock 'n' roll history. The person is Bob Dylan, the time is the summer of 1964, and the photos were hidden from the public for four decades. (Full article: 1166 words)

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