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BOB DYLAN'S boyhood home sells for $94,600

DULUTH, Minn. (AP) - Bob Dylan's boyhood home has been sold for $94,600 on eBay, the online auction service. The Web listing, posted May 24 on Dylan's 60th birthday, described the duplex as "a must-have for the ultimate diehard Dylan fan." Owner Kathy Burns of Solomon's Island, Md., opened the bidding at $85,000.

The top bid - submitted by "Srueff" - edged out the next highest by $100. Burns bought the property, near downtown and with a view of Lake Superior, for $62,000 in October 1996. She lived in Minneapolis at the time
and once planned to live in the house or turn it into a museum.

Dylan was born Robert Zimmerman in Duluth in 1941 and lived there until he was 6. He graduated from Hibbing High School in 1959.

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