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Jefferson Airplane Asbury Park NJ 1968 Handbill, Program + Ticket Stub

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Original 1st printing 5&1/2 x 8&1/2" boxing-style/schedule handbill, along with an 11 x 8&1/2" 32-page concert program/tour book and 1&1/2 x 2" (appx.- right side torn) ticket stub for Jefferson Airplane appearing (with Graffiti- not listed) at Convention Hall in Asbury Park, NJ on 7/13/1968.

*Handbill also lists appearances by: Ray Charles (7/6), Glen Campbell (7/30), Ravi Shankar (7/27), the Association (8/3), along with coming attractions for August; the Four Seasons (8/10), the Beach Boys (8/17), the Rascals (8/24), the Doors (8/31) and the Four Tops (9/1)

 Design by Murray Poster Printing (handbill), thin flat stock handbill is in near mint (A- to A-/B+) condition; aside from a VERY light amount of handling wear (a couple of tiny pinch creases) and a tiny corner-tip bend, it is in really nice shape.

 The ticket stub has the previously-mentioned hand-torn right edge, along with a couple of tiny hairline handling creases, but overall it's in pretty nice shape- maybe a B/B+ to B+, as far ast torn stubs go.

 The tour book is a generic 1967/68 JA-designed program that was sold at assorted shows from 1967-68; it has a glossy-coated index cover with a variety of paper stocks (thin textured/glossy) inside, along with photos (by Herb Greene, Jim Marshall, etc.), weird bios, band doodles and more; the book is in about B+ condition overall; there is a minor amount of spine creasing/wear, a few minor handling dings here and there and a tiny cover scuff or two, but overall pretty sharp- no missing/torn pages, handwriting or any real damage to the interior- a fully intact, nicely-preserved specimen.

 ULTRA-COOL little mini-set of mid-'68 Jefferson Airplane concert artifacts, not to mention an opening set by the very short-lived (and way ahead of their time) Graffiti. Check out their one and only album (a pop-prog/psychedelic oddball masterpiece) HERE: