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Kate Blalack

Getting Ready For Our New Research Library…

Thanks to a generous donation from Ronald Cohen, we are excited to finally have a small reference library focused on folk music history. This, along with our Woody Guthrie Archives reference books, will be cataloged for use.  The shelving is up, and our plan is to participate in Library Thing’s TinyCat beta project for cataloging […]

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Woody Stepped Up

Woody Guthrie is an example of how a person can come from a small isolated community and expand their world-view to a point that they are ready and willing to take action towards the betterment of society as whole. Woody was brought up in a small isolated community in Okehma, Oklahoma, and from there moved […]

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Woody and His Prose

I get a lot of questions about Woody’s lyrics. People are naturally drawn to his writing style because it is bold, full of depth, and extremely playful (even when delivering disheartening news). We love passionate people, like Woody, because they bring out our own hidden abilities and creativity. They allow us to be more than […]

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Preserving Your Photographs

I have had a lot of questions lately about storing, in particular, photographs. The bottom line is that photographic materials (in general) need to be kept in a neutral, cool, dark place. Light is the enemy when it comes to photographs, negatives and most media. To take it a step further, you can house your […]

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