New York: Broadside, 1962. 4to, 9 leaves mimeographed from typescript on rectos only, and side-stapled into a mimeographed card cover sheet. With a Folklore Center rubberstamp to cover.
Very early issue of the legendary little magazine devoted to the nascent 1960's folk scene. This issue prints the poem "Talking 1962 Blues" by Lalah L. Gray, and sheet music for Peter Seeger and Bernie Packer's Song of the Punch Press Operator, Moriarty's Money by D. Brooks, Song of the Dishwasher by Jim Gold, Everybody Talks About Mine Mill by Malvina Reynolds, 12 Legions by John Brunner, and a 1 pp. article on Woody Guthrie working on his book.
Very good with some minor toning and indenting to the staples from being stacked with other Mimeos. The final leaf is pulling away ever so slightly from staples but is still holding strong.
Old paperclip ghost to cover and some soiling to cover, minor foxing to back cover, else very good. Item #29836