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Bob Dylan at Home: See Rare, Intimate Photos From the Sixties

Photographer Ted Russell captured candid images of the baby-faced singer in his Greenwich Village apartment

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Bob Dylan in his New York City apartment in Greenwich Village.

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When Ted Russell met Bob Dylan, the rising folk singer was gigging across New York's Greenwich Village. The New York Times had published a positive review of one of his sets and Columbia had recently signed him to a recording contract, but those outside the city had yet to hear his distinct voice or piercing lyrics. Russell shot the young musician in his apartment, with girlfriend Suze Rotolo and out on the street, and these images – many of them previously unreleased – are now being published as Bob Dylan: NYC 1961-1964. Click through to see some of the book's most striking shots.

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