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‘Rolling Stone’ Magazine Recreated San Francisco Office for 50th Anniversary Exhibition


In Celebration of its 50th Year, ‘Rolling Stone’ Magazine recreated their first San Francisco Office in a three-floor exhibition at I.M. Pei’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio. You can walk the exhibition and feel like part of the team, seeing the publications first issue, editors letter and even Co-founder Jann Wenner’s original desk.

The Rolling Stone: 50 Years exhibit is on display until Winter 2017.

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