Poem by Young Bob Dylan for Camp Newspaper to be Auctioned

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By: ULA ILNYTZKY

Long before he became famous for such tunes as “Blowin’ in the Wind,” Bob Dylan wrote a poem about a little dog who met a tragic end.

Dylan was just 16 ? and still going by his given name Bob Zimmerman ? when he wrote “Little Buddy” in the summer of 1957 for the newspaper at Herzl Camp in Webster, Wis.

Now the poem is being offered for sale at a Christie’s auction, where it is expected to sell for $10,000 to $15,000 on June 23.

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