THE HULL-RUST-MAHONING PIT MINE

THE HULL-RUST-MAHONING PIT MINE

Now that was a big hole. The gritty realities of the Massabi iron range lay only a mile or so from Dylan’s home.

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ANOTHER FAMOUS ALUM OF HIBBING HIGH

ANOTHER FAMOUS ALUM OF HIBBING HIGH

Check out Kevin McHale in the back row of his state championship team.

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BILL ON THE STAGE

BILL ON THE STAGE

Bill standing on the very stage where Dylan’s band rocked out at the school talent show–to the delight of some and the shock of many.

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THE AUDITORIUM, CHANDELIERS & ALL

THE AUDITORIUM, CHANDELIERS & ALL

Dylan accurately described the facility as a small concert hall. Visiting opera companies performed here.

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LOBBY OUTSIDE THE AUDITORIUM

LOBBY OUTSIDE THE AUDITORIUM

Wow!

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At HIBBING H.S.

At HIBBING H.S.

Impressive!

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ECHO’S PLAQUE

ECHO'S PLAQUE

Affixed to the big outdoor sign was a small brass plaque remembering Echo.

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ZIMMYS

ZIMMYS

The restaurant Zimmy’s became a favorite hangout for us. It was marinated in Dylan memorabilia inside and out. The main sign outside had a huge blow-up photo of Dylan’s beautiful hometown girlfriend, Echo Helstrom.

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HIBBING NATIVES

HIBBING NATIVES

We enjoyed talking to Nick and Debbie on a bench across from the Ambroy Hotel. Debbie’s sister knew Bob and his brother David. Debbie was really into the 60s and likes Dylan’s music. She still finds Hibbing a very narrow-minded town. Nick agreed.

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SITE OF THE BAR MITZVAH PARTY

SITE OF THE BAR MITZVAH PARTY

This hotel, once the fanciest in the north country, has fallen on hard times. 500 people attended the party Bob’s mother invited.

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