Good question. In general, if something is unsourced, and it seems dubious, you should consider removing it. Peter Yarrow is a living person, which means the referencing rules are particularly tight, to prevent libel. So you should definitely remove dubious unsourced material.
As far as finding sources, besides the common methods (searching the web and visiting your library), you may find Wikipedia:Resource exchange helpful, particularly if you've found an article that requires payment/registration. Superm401 - Talk 03:18, 19 September 2013 (UTC)
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- It was my ham-fisted attempt to share something I knew with you. I apologize for my awkwardness, I have not spent as much time on talk pages as a means of communicating.
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