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Springsteen Artifacts: Castilles

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The Castiles; Springsteen is second from the left.

Springsteen Artifacts: Castilles

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The Castiles; Springsteen is second from the left.

Springsteen Artifacts: Hospital Gig

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A page from a scrapbook assembled by the Marion Vineyard, the wife of Springsteen's first manager. Bruce is on the far right.

Springsteen Artifacts: Human Touch Jewelry

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The jewelry worn on the back cover of Human Touch.

Springsteen Artifacts: Castilles Scrap Book

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The Castiles; Springsteen is on the far right.

Springsteen Artifacts: Scrapbook

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Another page from Vineyard’s scrapbook, with live shots of the Castiles and handwritten lyrics.

Springsteen Artifacts: Castilles Scrap Book

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Another page from Vineyard's scrapbook, featuring a business card for Bruce's high school band the Castiles and their signatures.

Springsteen Artifacts: Federicci Acordian

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E Street keyboardist keyboardist Danny Federici's accordion, loaned to the Rock Hall by his son, Jason Federici.

Springsteen Artifacts: First Single What You Get

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An acetate of 1966’s “That’s What You Get.”

It's the first single Springsteen's first band, the Castiles, ever released.

Springsteen Artifacts: Guitar

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Bruce’s main acoustic guitar since 1987. The instrument has been used on almost every record since then including Tunnel of Love and The Rising.

Springsteen Artifacts: Keys

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Keys to Success: Bruce has collected many items over the years, including army figurines and penknives. These motel keys are from early-1970s tours.

Springsteen Artifacts: Recorder

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One-Man Band:

In 1982, Springsteen cut his low-fi masterpiece, Nebraska, at home using this four-track recorder. He used the same machine for the "Born in the U.S.A." and "Pink Cadillac" demos.

Springsteen Artifacts: River Shirt

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The outfit worn by Springsteen on the cover of The River.

Springsteen Artifacts: Seeger Guitar

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A guitar used by Springsteen on the 2006 Seeger Sessions tour.
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