William Zantzinger and the Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll in 1963 - Flashbak

William Zantzinger and the Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll in 1963 - Flashbak

Hattie Carroll:  Murdered by William Zantzinger because she couldn't serve him a drink fast enough. Zantzinger received 6 months in prison for the crime which was the subject of a 1964 Bob Dylan song on the album "The Times They Are A'Changin".

Hattie Carroll: Murdered by William Zantzinger because she couldn't serve him a drink fast enough. Zantzinger received 6 months in prison for the crime which was the subject of a 1964 Bob Dylan song on the album "The Times They Are A'Changin".

Arrest after the beating of Hattie Carroll. He was dressed like Fred Astair, with top hat and cane. He beat Hattie Carroll with that cane.

Arrest after the beating of Hattie Carroll. He was dressed like Fred Astair, with top hat and cane. He beat Hattie Carroll with that cane.

Emerson Hotel where Hattie Carroll worked as a servant. She was not allowed to sit at the tables.

Emerson Hotel where Hattie Carroll worked as a servant. She was not allowed to sit at the tables.

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Three Maryland lawyers were to be honored today for their prosecution of a tobacco farmer charged in the death of a Baltimore waitress 50 years ago. Lieutenant Governor Anthony Brown was at the event Sunday to present citations to the attorneys.

Hattie Carroll, buried at Baltimore National Cemetery, Baltimore city, Md

Hattie Carroll - Murdered by William Zantzinger because she couldn't serve him a drink fast enough. Zantzinger received 6 months in prison for the crime which was the subject of a 1964 Bob Dylan song on the album "The Times They Are A'Changin".

Newspaper article that inspired Bob Dylan's 'The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll'.

Newspaper article that inspired Bob Dylan's 'The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll'.

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Bob Dylan - The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll. A Brief interview about the song with Steve Allen, then a heartfelt performance.

from 1965, Bootleg of Bob Dylan at age 24, Baby Blue, live 5/7/65 - Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England

Gates of Eden - Bob Dylan - May 1965 Free Trade Hall Manchester (Bootleg) - first half!

50 Years On, Dylan's "Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll" Still Speaks Truth to Power

50 Years On, Dylan's "Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll" Still Speaks Truth to Power

The arrest, he was dressed like Fred Astair, with top hat and cane. He beat Hattie Carroll with that cane.

Zantzinger’s six-month sentence in the fatal caning of a black barmaid moved Bob Dylan to write a dramatic, almost journalistic song in 1963 that became a classic of modern American folk music.

Bob Dylan Walking With Top Hat in Philadelphia PA 1964, Daniel Kramer Dylan on the way to the now-notorious Philadephia concert. A bootleg of this concert has been available under the title The Chimes of Philadelphia: the set opened with The Times they are a Changing and ended with The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll and All I Really Want To Do. This was the first time Kramer saw Dylan live

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Bob Dylan Walking with Top Hat, Philadelphia, PA, Daniel Kramer Photography

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