Photo exhibit featuring Bruce Springsteen on display at Princeton’s Morven Museum

A photo exhibit featuring legendary New Jersey musician Bruce Springsteen is on display at the Morven Museum and Garden in Princeton.



The exhibit was put together by the Grammy Museum and loaned to the Morven Museum.



"This is an American success story, and it's completely and utterly entertaining," says Barbara Webb, the museum's director of development. "It's a gift, and it's New Jersey."



There are 40 photos on display that cover over 40 years of Springsteen's life. The earliest photos are from 1972, when Springsteen was a relatively unknown rock musician from the Garden State.



The photos are by five different photographers, including Springsteen's sister Pamela Springsteen. Many of the other photographers also have deep roots in New Jersey.



"Bruce Springsteen: A Photographic Journey" is open until May 21. Admission to the museum is $10.


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