And I believe a few others in the same genre. As such, I have a package deal on the following memorabilia. It is all circa mid 70s.
AUTOGRAPHED picture of Gregg Allman addressed to a woman named Beth. It reads To Beth, Love Ya, Gregg Allman. What appears to be an access pass meant for an employee of The Allman Brothers. It is dated 7-16 during their Seven Turns Tour with the word "RoDo" written on it. 2x booklets containing information pertaining to the ABB 1975 tour.
The bulk of the pictures in this listing are pictures of each page of the booklet. A black and white photo of Gregg Allman, unautographed. A color group photo of the ABB, unautographed. Some of the receipts include locations of venues for tours, bus routes, parking information for the buses, seating information for the venues, T-shirt and merchandise order forms, etc.
Some of it is ABB, some of it for other bands that he's worked under. It is mostly typewritten/handwritten so the paper is a little fragile but still able to be handled without much care. A little about the house and previous owner.It is located in Macon, Georgia where The Allman Brothers were originally from. The previous owner's initials were JM. Not listing his full name for privacy reasons. He is the one who had accrued all of this and worked under the ABB and the other bands listed above.