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    Yoko Ono- Indica Gallery Program 1966 (5.5" X 11"). In November of 1966 John Lennon stepped into the Indica Gallery and met Yoko Ono for the first time. Yoko had mounted a showing of her avant-garde artwork with the help of her husband Tony Cox and Lennon had come to view the work of this news making artist. From that first meeting, the Beatles future would forever be in question. The consignor of this item was friends with Tony Cox and his daughter Kyoko. This copy was apparently one of their personal copies. This is an original multi page Black and White gallery program from that very sale with items in the sale pictured. Done in a very unusual layout, this program has a number of pages that are gum-backed and with perforations to appear as stickers. Slight water damage on back lower pages but in Fine shape.

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    November, 2003
    20th-23rd Thursday-Sunday
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