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“Woody Sez”

During his time in California Woody favored himself a newspaper columnist. His dry wit and skill with an artist’s pen added to the popularity of his column “Woody Sez,” in the People’s Daily World, a progressive newspaper of the time. Here in the archives we have a bound volume from 1939 of this newspaper, which features […]

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Announcing the 12th Annual BMI Fellowship

We are please to announce our continued partnership with BMI Foundation to encourage and support academic research in our archives. The filing period for proposals is now open until Wednesday, February 1, 2017. First established in 2005, the Woody Guthrie Fellowship seeks to encourage unique exploration into the life and legacy of one of the most […]

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Newly Donated Items to the Archives

We are especially pleased to announce our recent acquisitions to the Woody Guthrie Center Archives. Since our inception, we have been continually growing our research materials and adding historically-relevant contextual information to strengthen our base. We find so much value in learning more about how Woody’s contributions to the realms of social justice, music, and […]

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Woody Guthrie Annual

The Woody Guthrie Annual is a new open-access peer-reviewed journal containing the most up-to-date scholarship on Woody Guthrie, his work and his cultural and political significance. The journal is published once a year. In addition to peer-reviewed scholarly articles, the Woody Guthrie Annual contains book and record reviews, news, and notices of relevant events. The editors invite articles of […]

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