There have long been rumors that Bob Dylan had stashed away an extensive archive, but even die-hard Dylanologists couldn’t have dreamed up anything like the 6,000-piece private trove of his work recently acquired by a group of institutions in Oklahoma. The archives hold untold insight into the songwriter’s work, but George B. Kaiser—the driving force behind the acquisition—hopes they have the power to do something much bigger: make Tulsa cool.
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