Bring Home Bob Dylan's Village
photographed by Fred W. McDarrah
In the 1950s and 60s, Greenwich Village teemed with artistic energy, fed by legends like Bob Dylan and scores of others who both shaped and were shaped by the vibrant neighborhood. These Villagers turned the streets into a living venue for creating, performing, and exchanging ideas and their legacy is still alive today.
With a celebratory spirit and an impeccable eye, Village Voice photographer Fred W. McDarrah (1926 – 2007) chronicled this roiling atmosphere. These ten McDarrah photos depict the exciting Greenwich Village of Bob Dylan and his peers, and beautifully depict the neighborhood in which these legends lived, worked, and played.
Give the gift of Greenwich Village with a professionally printed Fred W. McDarrah photograph. Perfect for Bob Dylan fans, diehard beatniks, Village residents, and photography lovers, these photos recall the dynamic energy that makes Greenwich Village so special. All proceeds go directly to support the mission of GVSHP.
8x10 print: $300 -- Buy three or more prints and pay just $270 per print!
11x14 print: $350 -- Buy three or more prints and pay just $315 per print!
Set of ten 8x10 prints: $2400 (a savings of $60 per print)
Set of ten 11x14 prints: $2800 (a savings of $70 per print)
Gift-wrapping option available at checkout. Want your print framed? Our friends at Excel Art and Framing (81 3rd Avenue) are offering a 25% discount to anyone framing one of these McDarrah prints. Just mention the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation to receive your discount in the East Village store.
For all bulk and multiple orders, please contact 212-475-9585 x39 or email@example.com. Please note that only orders placed before Friday, December 9 at 1:00 p.m. will be guaranteed to arrive via shipping before December 23.
All photographs printed on glossy, resin-coated paper. Price includes the cost of printing and shipping. All photos © Estate of Fred W. McDarrah. Our special thanks to the Estate of Fred W. McDarrah for their support of GVSHP.
Bob Dylan on bench, Sheridan Square, January 22, 1965.
Bob Dylan on bulldozer, Sheridan Square, January 22, 1965.
White Horse Tavern, Hudson and 11th Streets, October 6, 1960.
Bob Dylan, Karen Dalton (1938-1993), and Fred Neil (1936-2001) perform at Cafe Wha?, MacDougal Street, February 6, 1961.
Kettle of Fish bar, 114 MacDougal Street, May 10, 1959. Among those pictured is poet Brigid Murnaghan who holds her infant daughter Annie, in the doorway.
The Shanty Boys (Roger Sprung, Mike Cohen, and Lionel Kilberg) perform in Washington Square Park, July 22, 1956.
Washington Square Arch in fisheye, December 20, 1970.
MacDougal Street night scene, June 25, 1966.
Night scene in front of Café Borgia, May 22, 1966.
Village Cigars, May 21, 1975, designed to look like it may have in the 1950s. Photo taken during the filming of the Paul Mazursky film Next Stop Greenwich Village, filmed in the neighborhood and set in the 1950s.