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1966 Marisol sculptures on display... Timothy Leary...

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April 21, 1966

THE VILLAGE VOICE (weekly), Greenwich Village, New York, April 21, 1966

* Marisol Escobar - Venezuelan-American sculptor
* Exhibition of sculptures at the Sidney Janis Gallery
* Timothy Leary appearance at Town Hall advertisement

Page 13 has a full page pictorial with heading: "The Many Faces of Marisol" and brief text. (see images)
Page 23 has a advertisement for a Dr. Timothy Leary lecture at Town Hall.
I suspect this to be an extremely rare item because their was really no reason to save it at the time.
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This is the complete 40 page issue, one fold along the center, nice condition.

Provenance note: This issue comes from The Village Voice's own archives, part of their in-house collection used to create their digital archive.

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Category: The 20th Century