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Ad for the The Temptations concert in Auburn in 1970

It was not just your imagination. The Temptations came to Auburn in February 1970. Pretty sure it was their first time. They came again (with The Supremes) in 1972.

Related: Poster for 1969 Rolling Stones concert in Auburn appraised for $5,000 on ‘Antiques Roadshow.’

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