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Electric Factory 1970 Mailed Schedule Handbill w/Led Zeppelin, Clapton, Kinks ++

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Original 1st printing 4&1/4 x 11" mailed concert handbill for the Winter/Spring 1970 schedule of shows sponsored by Larry Magid/Electric Factory Presents; 

Shows listed include: (at the Electric Factory) Mother Earth, Kaleidoscope and High Treason (1/23-24), "Viet-Rock: A Musical Drama" (1/25), the Kinks, Eric Mercury and the Image (1/30-31), Renaissance (2/6-7), Delaney & Bonnie & Friends with Eric Clapton and the Nice (2/11), American Dream and Argent (3/6-7), Santana and Zephyr (3/14); (Spectrum) Iron Butterfly, Savoy Brown and Catfish ((2/14), Joe Cocker, John Mayall and King Crimson (3/21), Led Zeppelin (3/31); (Academy of Music) Moody Blues and Seals & Crofts (2/27), James Taylor and Melanie (4/5); (McGonicle Hall, Temple University) Chicago with Good News (2/20);

Designer unknown (E.F. Ben Franklin logo with a buddha body), medium-thin index card stock handbill (hand-addressed in pencil on the reverse and postmarked 1/20/1970) is in good to very good (B to B/B+) condition; there is a single tack hole in the top center margin, along with a soft stain/discoloration in the upper right corner, a few tiny edge bends, pin-prick surface smudges, soft handling dings and a pair of partially-erased pencil circles around a couple of dates near the bottom, otherwise fine.

 Neat little original 1970 concert schedule from Philadelphia with an UNBEATABLE lineup!