Bob Dylan’s Archives Get a New Home

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By Jeff Slate As you enter the Bob Dylan Center, in the heart of Tulsa, Oklahoma’s newly burgeoning Arts District, you’re greeted by a massive, 16-foot ironworks sculpture by the man whose name adorns the building that houses a veritable treasure trove of cultural artifacts from the last 60 years: the 100,000-plus item archive that Dylan sold to oil-mogul and philanthropist George Kaiser in 2016, for a reported $20 million. While that’s where Dylan’s current association with the center bearing his name begins and ends, when the Bob Dylan Center opens to the public on Tuesday, May 10, it will m…

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