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Dylan, RFK, Joplin - he shot them all in the '60s, then vanished from the scene. Now Rowland Scherman's photos can be seen anew.

By Geoff Edgers
Globe Staff / February 3, 2008

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ORLEANS - In those days, you could get close. Very close. That's how Rowland Scherman worked. With his hand-held Leica, he shot Mississippi John Hurt strumming a guitar on a rickety bed, Robert F. Kennedy strategizing with campaign advisers, and Bob Dylan at the 1963 Newport Folk Festival. (Full article: 2040 words)

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