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    Overcast Night Club Featuring Lowell Fulsom and Betty Bibbs Poster.
    14" x 22"
    San Francisco; December 29-31, [1967]

    An advertisement poster for end-of-the-year performances at the Overcast Night Club in San Francisco.
    Featuring acts by "Mr. Blues" Lowell Fulsom and "Miss Soul" Betty Bibbs. The New Year's Eve performances would last from 9PM to 2AM. A year is not listed on the poster, but Fulsom and Bibbs both released singles in 1968, and New Year's Eve fell on a Sunday in 1967.

    Condition: Flattened folds, with small imperfections from areas that were bent or bumped. There is archival tape on verso where creasing created weaknesses.

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    Auction Dates
    January, 2019
    15th Tuesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 2
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