Archives Periodical Collection

Archives Periodical Collection

Below is the finding aid that contextualizes and inventories this special collection at the Woody Guthrie Center Archives. Interested researchers must fill out an application prior to scheduling an appointment with the archivist.

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Collection Processed by: Jorge Arévalo Mateus, PhD

Collection Guide Prepared by:

Original finding aid was prepared by Jorge’ Arevalo Mateus, PhD; updated by Caleb Bissinger, Jane Kelly, Nicole Marie Wallace & Tiffany Colannino 2008; updated 2009 ; updated by Kate L. Blalack, May 2014

Date Range:

1946-2009

Extent:

23.5 linear feet (23 boxes plus free standing bound volumes)

Provenance:

Woody Guthrie Archives

Scope and Content:

Woody Guthrie was a prolific author, penning two published novels [“Bound for Glory” (1942); “Seeds of Man” (1979)] and one published novel length political essay [“$30 Wood Help!” (1939)]. Guthrie was also a regular contributor to the People’s Daily World , where his “Woody Sez” column appeared regularly (Acc#2002-23), Broadside MagazinePeople’s Songs and Sing Out! The Woody Guthrie Archives holds copies of all the above-mentioned articles; however, in addition to these popular publications, Guthrie’s writings also appeared in numerous other, lesser known periodicals and newspapers.

This collection includes three major folk music publications including: Broadside MagazinePeople’s Songs, and Sing Out!. In addition, the collection also includes many single-issues of a variety of periodicals, reflecting articles by or about Woody Guthrie. In some instances the entire issue was maintained, while occasionally the article itself was razored from the journal. Many of these articles are from short run or otherwise ephemeral periodicals; while others are feature-length articles from prominent journals. Of particular note in this collection is a complete six-year run from 1990-1996 of the Leadbelly Society’s Lead Belly Letter and issues of the more contemporary publication about folk music,

Broadside Magazine was started in 1962 by Agnes “Sis” Cunningham and her husband Gordon Friesen. Broadside featured a mixture of typewritten songs, musical notation, and news stories cribbed from the recent headlines. Publication of Broadside lasted until the end of the 1970s. However, in 1982 the magazine was revived by Norman Ross and showcased a new generation of folksingers. Publication ceased permanently in the late 1980s leaving behind 100s of songs by some of the world’s most influential folksingers.

People’s Songs was founded in 1946 by Pete Seeger, Woody Guthrie, Lee Hays, Burl Ives, and Alan Lomax -among others- People’s Songs aimed to find new ways of carrying on folk tradition in a post-war America. As suggested by Seeger, the original goal of People’s Songs was to create a union of musicians who would stage hootenannies, maintain a collection of protest songs that could be used by various Labor movements, and have musicians who would venture to picket lines to perform. People’s Songs was incorporated in 1946 and in February of that same year the first “People’s Songs Bulletin” was published, containing primarily labor songs. The contents of the Bulletin would slowly expand to contain book reviews, and columns, among other things. The Bulletin was published monthly until 1949, when People’s Songs was forced to shut down after the budget ran dry. However during its brief period of circulation more than 300 songs were published in “People’s Songs Bulletin” -17 by Woody Guthrie alone. A year after People’s Songs disbanded some of its former leaders would go on to found a new magazine, Sing Out!.

Sing Out!  began as a newsletter in May 1950 and sought to utilize music to inform, educate, and engage individuals in regards to contemporary international political events. Sing Out! magazine has, since it’s inception, included topical lyrics and their accompanying sheet-music; articles concerning relevant contemporary political and social issues; educational essays on topics such as leading groups in song; articles on folk music in other countries; book and album reviews; insightful letters to the editor and historical essays on music by critics such as Bela Bartok and A.L. Lloyd. Woody Guthrie has had a presence in the pages of Sing Out! since 1950, and his contributions include lyrics, articles, and correspondence. See below for a partial listing of Guthrie-related material in Sing Out! Sing Out! continues to be published today, and the Woody Guthrie Archives strives to maintain it’s ever-growing collection of issues. Please contact the Archivist for availability of issues not included in this list.

Language:

Material entirely in English

Access restrictions:

There are no access restrictions for this collection.

Use restrictions:

All materials is copyrighted. It is the responsibility of the researcher to seek permission to use and/or reproduce any content.

Arrangement:

Material is arranged chronologically within it’s publication title and Series 6 is further organized into the following two sub-series:

Series 6, sub-series A: Articles by Woody Guthrie
Series 6, sub-series B: Articles Related to or About Woody Guthrie

List of Series:

Series 1: Broadside Magazine

Series 2: People’s Songs

Series 3: Sing Out!

Series 4: Leadbelly Letter

Series 5: Dirty Linen

Series 6: Miscellaneous: Articles by Woody Guthrie and about Woody Guthrie

SERIES 1: BROADSIDE MAGAZINE
No. 1 – No. 144

February 1962 – Annual 1981


Woody Guthrie Songs:

-“Bizzness Ain’t Dead” – No. 16, Mid-November 1962
-“Mail Myself to You” – No. 38, January 20, 1964
-“I’ve Got to Know” – No. 57, April 10, 1965
-“You Low Life Son of a Bitch” – January / February 1971

Articles Relating to Woody Guthrie:
-“The Man Woody Guthrie” by Gordon Friesen – No. 57, April 10, 1965
-“Okemah Revisited” by Richard Reuss – No. 80, April – May 1967
-“Bound For Glory” (Obituary) by Gordon Friesen – No. 85, October 1967
-“Woody Guthrie Tribute Concert Review” by Eli Jaffe – No. 89, February –   March 1968

Poems by Woody Guthrie:
-“Earthbound Traveler” – No. 85, October 1967

No. 146 – 147 November 1983 – December 1983
No. 149 – No. 150 February 1962 – April 1984
No. 154 – No. 157 August 1984 – November/December 1984
No. 161 April 1986
No. 167 November 1985
No. 173 – No. 174 May – June/July 1986
No. 177 November 1986
No. 179 January 1987
No. 181 June/July 1987
No. 183 November/December 1987
No. 186 November/December 1987
No. 187 September 1988

SERIES 2: PEOPLE’S SONGS

Volume 1No. 1 – 12, February 1946 – January 1947
Volume 2No. 1 – 11, February 1947 – January 1948 (no January 1948 issue was printed)
Volume 3No. 1 – 12, February 1948 – January 1949

SERIES 3: SING OUT!

Note: the material related to Woody Guthrie is not a complete listing.

Volume 1Issues 1 – 12, May 1950 – May 1951

Material related to Woody Guthrie:

-Volume 1, Issue 3, July 1950, page 3.
Lyric. Silber, Irwin. “Put My name Down.” Based on a song by Woody Guthrie. Lyric.

-Volume 1, Issue 10, October 1950, page 14.
Guthrie, Woody. “I’ve Got To Know.” c. 1950 Peoples Artists, Inc. Lyric.

-Volume 1, Issue 10, March 1951, page 5.
Guthrie, Woody. “Folksongs: How Long?” Article.

Volume 2Issues 1 – 12, July 1951 – June 1952

Material related to Woody Guthrie:

-Volume 2, Issue 3, September 1951, pages 2 & 14.
Guthrie, Woody. “A Letter From Woody Guthrie.” Letter .

-Volume 2, Issue 4, October 1951, page 3.
Guthrie, Woody. “Biggest Thing Man Has Ever Done.” Lyric .

-Volume 2, Issue 5, November 1952, page 8-9.
Guthrie, Woody. “The Great Dust Storm.” Lyric . Accompanying article.

-Volume 2, Issue 11, May 1952, page 10.
Guthrie, Woody. “Folk-Songs: ‘Non-Politickled’ Pink.” Article .

Volume 3Issues 1 – 12, September 1952 – November 1953

Material related to Woody Guthrie:

-Volume 3, Issue 4, December 1952, page 12.
Guthrie, Woody. “The 1913 Massacre.” Lyric.

-Volume 3, Issue 12, November 1953, cover photo & pages 8-9.
Guthrie, Woody. “Pretty Boy Floyd.” Lyric . Accompanying article.

Volume 4Issues 1 – 12, December 1953 – Fall 1954

Material related to Woody Guthrie:

-Volume 4, Issue 7, Fall 1954, page 3.
Guthrie, Woody. “This Land Is My Land.” Lyric.

Volume 5Issues 1 – 4, Winter 1955 – Winter 1957

Material related to Woody Guthrie:

-Volume 5, Number 2, Spring 1955, page 36.
Notice regarding Guthrie’s stay and address at the Brooklyn State Hospital.Volume 5, Number 3, Summer 1955, pages 10-11
Guthrie, Woody. “Roll On, Columbia.” Lyric.

-Volume 5, Issue 4, Autumn 1955, page 32.
Seeger, Pete. “How ‘Hootenanny’ came to be.” Article . References Woody Guthrie.

-Volume 5, Issue 4, Autumn 1955, pages 33-34.
Correspondence from Woody Guthrie in response to letters received from children campers at Camp Hawthorne in Kaiser, Missouri. Letters contain Guthrie’s personal views of “This Land Is Your Land.”

Volume 6Issues 1 – 4, Winter 1956 – Winter 1957

Material related to Woody Guthrie:

-Volume 6, Issue 2, Spring 1956, pages 12-13.
Guthrie, Woody. “I Ain’t Got No Home In This World Anymore.” Lyric .

-Volume 6, Issue 2, Spring 1956, page 29.
Guthrie, Woody. “New York Town.” Lyric .

-Volume 6, Issue 2, Spring 1956, page 35.
Article about March 17 th , 1956 Tribute to Woody Guthrie.

-Volume 6, Issue 4, Winter 1957, page 23.
Guthrie, Woody [Traditional Lyrics]. “Who’s Gonna Shoe Your Pretty Little Foot?”

Volume 7Issues 1 – 4, Spring 1957 – Winter 1958

Material related to Woody Guthrie:

-Volume 7, Issue 1, Spring 1957, page 17.
Guthrie, Woody. “Pittsburgh.” Lyric .

-Volume 7, Issue 2, Summer 1957, cover.
Guthrie, Woody. Photograph.

-Volume 7, Issue 2, Summer 1957, page 3.
Guthrie, Woody. “Pastures of Plenty.” Lyric .

-Volume 7, Issue 3, Fall 1957, page 10.
Guthrie, Woody. “Dust Pneumonia Blues.” Lyric .

-Volume 7, Issue 3, Fall 1957, pages 32-33.
Seeger, Pete. Article regarding Bound For Glory Guthrie program in New York.

Volume 8Issues 1 – 4, Spring 1958 – Spring 1959

Material related to Woody Guthrie:

-Volume 8, Issue 3, Winter 1959, pages 17-22.
Greenway, John. “Songs of The Ludlow Massacre.” Article referencing Woody Guthrie.

-Volume 8, Issue 3, Winter 1959, pages 18-19.
Guthrie, Woody. “Ludlow Massacre.” Lyric.

Volume 9Issues 1 – 4, Summer 1959 – February/March 1960
Volume 10Issues 1 – 4, April/May 1960 – December/January 1960-1961
Volume 11Issues 1 – 4, February/March 1961 – December/January 1961-1962
Volume 12Issues 1 – 5, February/March 1962 – December/January 1962-1963
Volume 13Issues 1 – 5, February/March 1963 – December/January 1963-1964
Volume 14Issues 1 – 6, February/March 1964 – January 1965
Volume 15Issues 1 – 5, March 1965 – January 1966
Volume 16Issues 1 – 5, February/March 1966 – January 1967
Volume 17Issues 1 – 6, February/March 1967 – December/January 1967-1968

Material related to Woody Guthrie:

Volume 17, Issue 6, December-January 1967-1968, pages 1-13.
Guthrie, Woody. Assorted lyrics, writings, and drawings.

Volume 18Issues 2 – 6, March/April 1968 – February-March 1969

Material related to Woody Guthrie:

-Volume 18, Issue 4, October-November 1968, pages 34-35.
Feature on Woody Guthrie with excerpt of “God Bless America” (i.e “This Land Is Your Land”) from a Guthrie notebook dated February 23, 1940.

Volume 19Issues 1 – 6, April/May 1969 – June/July 1970
Volume 20Issues 1 – 6, September/October 1970 – July/August 1971
Volume 21Issues 1 – 6, September/October 1971 – November/December 1972
Volume 22Issues 1 – 6, January/February 1973 – January/February 1974
Volume 23Issues 2 – 5, May/June 1974 – November/December 1974
Volume 24Issues 2 – 5, March/April 1975 – January/February 1976
Volume 25Issues 1 – 5, May/June 1976 – January/February 1976
Volume 26Issues 2 – 6, July/August 1977 – March/April 1978
Volume 27Issues 2 – 5, May/June 1978 – November/December 1979
Volume 28Issues 1 – 5, January/February 1980 – November/December 1980
Volume 29Issues 1 – 5, January/February 1980 – October/December 1983
Volume 30Issues 1 – 4, January/March 1984 – October/December 1984
Volume 31Issues 1 – 4, January/March 1985 – October/December 1985; Undated Pamphlet of Record Reviews
Volume 32Issues 1 – 4, Winter 1986 – Spring 1987
Volume 33Issues 1 – 4, Fall 1987 – Summer 1988
Volume 34Issues 1, 3-4, Winter 1988 – Fall 1989 (missing issue 2, Spring 1989)
Volume 35Issues 1 – 4, Winter 1989 – Fall 1990
Volume 36Issues 1 – 3, Spring 1991 – December/January 1991/1992 (missing issue 4, Spring 1992)
Volume 37Issues 1 – 4, Spring 1991 – December/January 1991/1992
Volume 38Issues 1 – 4, May/June/July 1993 – Feb/March/April 1994
Volume 39Issues 1 – 4, May/June/July 1994 – Feb/March/April 1995
Volume 40Issues 1 – 3, May/June/July 1995 – Nov/Dec/Jan 1995/1996 (missing issue 4, Feb/Mar/April 1996)
Volume 41Issues 1 – 3, May/June/July 1996 – Feb/March/April 1997
Volume 42Issues 1 – 4, May/June/July 1997 – Spring 1998
Volume 43Issues 1 – 4, Summer 1998 – Summer 1999
Volume 44Issues 1 – 4, Fall 1999 – 50th Anniversary Issue 2000
Volume 45Issues 1 – 4, Spring 2001 – Winter 2002
Volume 46Issues 1-2, 4, Spring 2002 – Winter 2003 (missing issue 3, Fall 2003)
Volume 47Issues 1 – 4, Spring 2003 – Winter 2004
Volume 48Issues 1 – 4, Spring 2004 – Winter 2005
Volume 49Issues 1 – 4, Spring 2005 – Winter 2006
Volume 50Issues 1 – 4, Spring 2006 – Winter 2007
Volume 51Issues 1 – 2, Spring 2007 – Summer 2007 (missing issues 3-4, Fall 2007-Winter 2008)/td>
Volume 52Issues 1 – 3, Spring 2008 – Fall 2008 (missing issue 4, Winter 2009)/td>
Volume 53Issues 1 – 2, Summer 2009 – Fall/Winter 2010

SERIES 4: LEADBELLY LETTER

Volume 1No. 1 – 4, Fall 1990 – Fall 1991
Volume 2No. 1 – 4, Winter 1992- Fall 1992
Volume 2No. 1 – 4, Winter/Spring 1993- Fall 1993
Volume 4No. 1 – 4, Winter 1994- Fall 1994
Volume 5No. 1 – 4, Winter/Spring 1995- Fall 1995/Winter 1996
Volume 6No. 2 – 4, Spring/Summer 1996- Fall 1996

SERIES 5: DIRTY LINEN

No. 53 – 69August/September 1994 – April/May 1997
No. 71August/September 1997 *Winik, Steve. “Lomax’s Legacy.” Pgs. 25-27
No. 73December 1997/January 1998
No. 75April/May 1998
No. 77 – 78August/September 1998 *Dexter, Kerry. “Twin Legacies: Phil Ochs & Pete Seeger.” Pgs. 14-15; October/November 1998
No. 83August/September 1999
No. 85December 1999/January 2000
No. 87April/May 2000
No. 91December 2000/January 2001
No. 99April/May 2002
No. 102October/November 2002
No. 104February/March 2003
No. 105April/May 2003
No. 108October/November 2003 * Eshleman, Annette C. “Peggy Seeger: Homeward Bound.” Pgs. 21-23
No. 112O June/July 2004 *Murray Winters, Pamela.”Harold Leventhal: Commerce & Conscience.” Pgs. 37-9
No. 114October/November 2004
No. 116 – 117April/May 2005
No. 120 – 123October/November 2005 – April/May 2006
No. 125 – 126August/September 2006 – October/November 2006
No. 132 – 137October/November 2007 – August/September 2008
No. 139-140December/January/February 2008/2009 – March/April 2009

SERIES 6: MISCELLANEOUS: ARTICLES BY  WOODY GUTHRIE AND ABOUT WOODY

Series 6, Sub-series A : Articles By Woody Guthrie

Box 1 Folder 13Guthrie, Woody. “Crossroads.”
Common Ground, Vol. 3, No. 3, Pgs. 50-56, Spring 1943.
Box 2 Folder 14Guthrie, Woody. “Crossroads.”
Guthrie, Woody. “Ear Players.”
Common Ground, Vol. 2, No. 3, Pgs. 32-43, Spring 1942
Box 2 Folder 15Guthrie, Woody. “State Line to Skid Row.”
Common Ground, Vol. 3, No. 1, Autumn 1942. Box 2, Folder 15.
Box 2 Folder 16Guthrie, Woody. “Singing, Dancing and Team-Work.”
Dance Observer, Vol. 10, No. 9, Pgs. 104-105, November 1943.
Box 3 Folder 44Guthrie, Woody. “Reuben James.”
Doubletake, Vol. 5, No. 2, Pg. 144, Spring 1999.

Series 6, Sub-series B: Articles Related to or about Woody Guthrie

Box 2 Folder 19Guthrie, Woody. “Reuben James.”
Downbeat, Vol. 12, No. 1, January 1945
Box 2 Folder 20Guthrie, Woody. “Reuben James.”
Downbeat, Vol. 12, No. 1, January 1945
Box 2 Folder 32Jewish Education Committee. “Maccabee – 1948.” Headline Parade: A Dramatization of Current Events of Jewish Interest, Vol. 3, No. 4, December 21, 1948.
Box 1 Folder 7Rosenberg, Sanda. “Woody.” Cargoes, Vol. 25, pgs. 69-74, June 1957.
Box 2 Folder 30Kochanoff, Alex. “Woody Guthrie.” Gardyloo: The Magazine of War to the Death, No. 5, Pg. 7, September 1959.
Box 2 Folder 35K”A Tribute to Woody Guthrie.” The Little Sandy Review, No. 5, (1960) Pgs. 13-40.
Box 2 Folder 29Gardyloo: The Magazine of Quiet Scholarly Discussion combined with The Folkniks’ Fumarole. No. 7, 1960.
Box 2 Folder 18Brand, Oscar.”Woodrow Wilson Guthrie: Writer.” Disc Collector, No. 16, Cover, Pg. 5, 1961.
Box 1 Folder 11Terkel, Studs. “Woody Guthrie: Last of The Great Balladeers.” Climax, Vol. 9, No. 3, Pgs. 54-69, December 1961.
Box 2 Folder 36Woody Guthrie Issue.” Mainstream, Vol. 16, No. 8, August 1963.
Box 2 Folder 33Woody Guthrie Issue.” Mainstream, Vol. 16, No. 8, August 1963.
Box 2 Folder 33Greenway, John. “The Anatomy of a Genius: Woody Guthrie.” Hootenanny: The National Folk Singing Magazine, Vol. 1, No. 3, Pgs. 16-17 & 69-72, May 1964
Box 2 Folder 26English, Logan. “For the Good He Taught, and the Dignity He Gave Us.” Folk Music, Pgs. 4-6 & 52-53, August 1964.
Box 2 Folder 23Woody Guthrie: A Tribute.” FM Guide, Pg. 5, November 1967.
Box 1 Folder 3Hector, Chris. “Memorial to Woody Guthrie-Born to Win.” Australian Tradition, No. 15, Pgs. 7-8, December 1967.
Box 2 Folder 17Kreiger, Ron. “Greenaway on Guthrie: A Slight Case of Madness.” Denver Friends of Folk Music Newsletter, Vol. 4, No. 3, Pgs, 2-3, September 1968.
Box 1 Folder 4Worth Quoting.” BMI, Pgs. 16-17, January 1970.
Box 2 Folder 28Larman, Howard and Roz. “Woody Guthrie: Citizen of the Open Road.” Folk Scene, Vol. 1, No. 5, Pgs. 14-17, July 1973.
Box 1 Folder 9Menig, Harry. “Woody Guthrie: The Oklahoma Years, 1912-1929.” The Chronicles of Oklahoma, Vol. 53, No. 2, Pgs. 239-265. Summer 1975.
Box 3 Item 48A Photographic Portfolio.” National Geographic, Vol. 150, No. 1, Pgs. 2-11, July 1976.
Box 2 Folder 37Salvato, Larry and Dennis Schaefer. “Hal Ashby Interview.” Millimeter: The Magazine For and About Film and Videotape People, Pgs. 36-38, 42, 44, & 64-67, October 1976.
Box 2 Folder 21McBride, Joseph. ” Song for Woody .” Film Comment, Vol. 12, No. 6, Pgs. 26-28, Nov./Dec. 1976.
Box 3 Item 64Colvin, Kathleen / Logsdon, Guy. “Woody’s Tree” / “Woody’s Roots” Music, Vol. 34, No. 10, Pgs. 18-21 / 22-24 & 46, December 1976.
Box 1 Folder 2Turner, Frederick. “Just What the Hell Has Gone Wrong here Anyhow?: Woody Guthrie and the American Dream.” American Heritage, Vol. 28, No. 6, Pgs. 34-43, October 1977.
Box 2 Folder 22Demby, Betty Jeffries and Judith McNally. “Bound For Glory: Producing Woody’s Life.” Filmmakers Newsletter, Vol. 10, No. 3, Pgs. 18-22, January 1977.
Box 3 Item 49Howarth, William. “The Okies: Beyond the Dustbowl.” National Geographic, Vol. 166, No. 3, Pgs. 322-349, September 1984.
Box 2 Folder 38Ulrichs, Von Wieland. “Woody Guthrie in Prosa.” Musikblatt, No. 119, Pgs. 18-25, October/November 1987.
Box 2 Folder 24Opoka, Liz. “A Salute to Woody and Arlo Guthrie.” Folio, Pgs. 3-4, July 1989.
Accession 2010-24.Green, Archie. “Working with Laborlore.” Labor’s Heritage: Quarterly of the George Meany Memorial Archives, Vol. 1, No. 3, Pgs. 66-72, July 1989.
Box 1, Folder 12Thompson, Mary Jane. “Ballads for Energy.” Cobblestone: The History Magazine for Young People Vol. 11, No. 10, Pgs. 24-26, October 1990.
Accession 2010-25.Nelson, Bruce. “J. Vance Thompson, The Industrial Workers of the World, & The Mood of Syndicalism, 1914-1921.” Labor’s Heritage: Quarterly of the George Meany Memorial Archives, Vol. 2, No. 4, Pgs. 45-65, October 1990.
Box 2 Folder 31Landis, Arthur H. “Woodie Guthrie and the Wind Machine.” The Hawsepipe: The Newsletter of the Marine Workers Historical Association, Vol. 10, No. 2, Pgs. 1 & 4-5, April/May 1991.
Box 1 Folder 6Yett, Jane. “In Touch with the Human Spirit: On the Road with Woody Guthrie.” The Californians, Vol. 10, No. 4. Pgs. 24-30. Jan./Feb. 1993.
Box 1 Folder 8Budin, David. “Spreading Like A Prairie Fire.” CWRU, Vol. 9, No. 2. pgs. 10-15, February 1997.
Accession 2010-27Labor’s Heritage: Quarterly of the George Meany Memorial Archives, Vol. 9, No. 2, Fall 1997.
Box 1 Folder 5Fitzpatrick, Eileen. “Huntington ‘s Group To Fete Guthrie Family.” Billboard Vol. 109, No. 41. Cover, 108. October 11, 1997.
Box 3 Item 62Seaport: New York ‘s History Magazine, Vol. 31, No. 1, Winter 1997.
Accession 2010-26Labor’s Heritage: Quarterly of the George Meany Memorial Archives Vol. 9, No. 1, Summer 1998
Accession 2010-31Poet, J. “Independents Day: The Sound of Music.” Country Song Roundup, Vol. 50, No. 443, Pg. 67, April 1998.
Box 2 Folder 34Schechter, John. “So Long, It’s Been Good To Know Ya.” The Horace Mann Review, Vol. 7, No. 10, Pg. 30, Summer 1998.
Accession 2010-40Seaport: New York ‘s History Magazine, Vol. 33, No. 1, Summer 1998.
Box 2 Folder 27Irwin, Colin. “Bound For Woody.” Folk Roots, Vol. 19, No. 12, Pgs. 42-45 & 75, June 1998.
Box 1 Folder 1Frankel, David. “Dust Buster” Artforum Vol. 37, No. 2, Pg. 31, October 1998.
Accession 2010-32Horner, Marianne. “Ramblin’ Jack Elliott, Brooklyn Free Spirit.” Country Song Roundup, Vol. 50, No. 445, Pgs. 64-65, October 1998.
Accession 2010-41Seaport: New York ‘s History Magazine, Vol. 34, No. 1, Spring 1999.
Accession 2010-33Graff, Gary. “Woody Guthrie: Songs of Freedom.” Country Song Roundup, Vol. 50, No. 447, Pg. 18, April 1999.
Accession 2010-30Phillips, Elizabeth. “Seeing Woody Guthrie.” Doubletake, Vol. 5, No. 3, Pgs. 125-129, Summer 1999.
Accession 2010-35Schinder, Scott. “Teething Gains.” Grammy Magazine, Pgs. 48-49, Summer 1999.
Box 2 Folder 25Rogner, Stephan. “Der freche Spatz singt wieder. (The fresh sparrow sings again.)” Folker! Das Muzikmagazin, No. 3, Pgs. 12-14, May/June 2000.
Accession 2010-34Heiber, Sharon. “This Land’s Legacy.” Alaska Airlines, Vol. 34, No. 6, Pg. 11, June 1999.
Accession 2010-43Jaffee, Larry. “Nora Guthrie and Billy Bragg: Two Exclusive Interviews.” On the Tracks, Vol. 7, No. 1, July 1999 (2 copies).
Accession 2010-21Logsdon, Guy. “Folk’s Hero.” Oklahoma Today, Vol. 49, No. 5, Pgs. 50-57, July/August 1999 (2 copies).
Accessions 2010-42An interview with Jim Longhi by Amy Danielian.” Seaport: New York’s History Magazine, Vol. 35, No. 1, Pg. 40, Fall 2000 (2 copies).
Accession 2010-39Sutcliffe, Phil. “Dustbowl Ballads.” MOJO, No. 146, Pg. 95, January 2006 (2 copies)..
Accession 2010-23Archer, Seth. “Reading the Riot Acts.” Southwest Review, Vol. 91, No. 4, Pgs. 500-516, 2006.
Accession 2010-38Woody Guthrie: Rattle My Rattle.” The Paris Review, Vol. 48, No. 177, Pgs. 86-97, Summer 2006.
Accession 2010-28Briley, Ronald. ““Woody Sez”: Woody Guthrie, The People’s Daily World, and Indigenous Radicalism.” California History, Vol. 84, No. 1, Pgs. 30-43, Fall 2006 (2 copies).
Accession 2010-22Reeves, Amil. “Hallowed Be Their Names.” Oklahoma Today, Vol. 56, No. 6, Pg. 61, November/December 2006./td>
Accession 2010-29Guthrie, Woody. “Reuben James.” Doubletake, Vol. 5, No.3, Pg. 144, Spring 1999./td>
Accession 2010-36Vowell, Sarah. “This Guy is Your Guy, This Guy is My Guy.” GQ, Vol. 68, No.6, Pgs. 89-92, June 1998.
Accession 2010-4Woodrow Wilson Guthrie: Patriot.” Oklahoma Today, Vol. 21, No. 4, Pgs. 17-19, Autumn 1971.
Accession 2010-5Johnson, Greg. “Woody Guthrie: This Land Is Your Land: The Asch recordings, Vol. 1, 1997, Smithsonian Folkways.” Oklahoma Today, Vol. 49, No. 5, Pg. 66, July/August 1999.
Accession 2010-5Klein, Joe. “Drifting into Myth.” Oklahoma Today, Vol. 49, Pgs. 55, July/August 1999.
Accession 2010-5Logsdon, Guy. “Folks Hero.” Oklahoma Today, Vol. 49, No. 5, Pgs. 50-57,July/August 1999.
Accession 2010-6Kleff, Von Michael. “Billy Bragg und Wilco singen Guthrie auf Mermaid Avenue.” Folker! Das Musikmagazin, Vol. 98, No. 4, Pgs. 6-10, July/August 1998.
Accession 2010-7Harold Leventhal.” Folker! Das Musikmagazin, Vol. 99, No. 2, Pg. 10, March/April.
Accession 2010-8.Briley, Ron. “Woody Guthrie and the Christian Left: Jesus and ‘Commonism.’” The Journal of Texas Music History, Vol. 7, Pgs. 8-21, 2007
Accession 2010-9Colvin, Kathline. “Woody’s Tree.” Music Journal, Vol. 34, No. 10, Pgs. 22-24, December 1976./td>
Accession 2010-9Logsdon, Guy. “Woody’s Roots.” Music Journal, Vol. 34, No. 10, Pgs. 18-21, December 1976.
Accession 2010-10Phillips, Elizabeth . “Seeing Woody Guthrie.” Double Take, No. 17, Pgs. 126- 129, Summer 1999.
Accession 2010-11Porter, Tim. “Wilco: In the Company of Ghosts.” Paste, No. 11, Pgs. 42-48, August/September 2004.
Accession 2010-12Klein, Joe. “A Simple Twist of Fate.” Rolling Stone: A Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Special: The Interviews, 1967-1992, No. 641, Pg. 74, October 15, 1992
Accession 2010-12Loder, Kurt. “Bob Dylan.” Rolling Stone: A Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Special: The Interviews, 1967-1992, No. 641, Pgs. 110-113, October 15, 1992.
Accession 2010-12Loder, Kurt. “Bruce Springstein.” Rolling Stone: A Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Special: The Interviews, 1967-1992, No. 641, Pgs. 130-132, October 15, 1992.
Accession 2010-14Loder, Kurt. “Bruce Springstein.” Rolling Stone: A Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Special: The Interviews, 1967-1992, No. 641, Pgs. 130-132, October 15, 1992.
Accession 2010-13Rolling Stone: A Twenty-Fifth anniversary Special: Portraits, 1967-1992, No. 643, November, 12, 1992 .
Accession 2010-16Rolling Stone: Our 1,000 th Issue. No. 1,000, May 18- June 1, 2006.Accession 2010-15Seeger, Pete. “A Time To Mourn A Time To Heal.” The Little Magazine, Vol. 2, No. 5, Pgs. 8-14, September-October 2001
Accession 2010-18Kienzle, Rich. “Woody Guthrie: The Live Wire: Woody Guthrie In Performance 1949.” No Depression, No. 72, Pgs. 87-88, November-December 2007.
Box 5 Accession 2010-16Kupfer, David. “You Never Can Tell: A Conversation with Pete Seeger.” Talking Leaves: Voices of the Earth: People in Harmony, Vol. 13, Nos. 3 & 4, Pgs. 8-17, Fall/Winter 2003/2004.
Accession 2010-17Roth, Chris. “Seeger’s Golden River.” Talking Leaves: Voices of the Earth: People in Harmony, Vol. 13, Nos. 3 & 4, pgs. 58-59, Fall/Winter 2003/2004.
Accession 2010-18Winick, Stephen D. “Odetta, Longtime Friend of the AFC Archive, 1930-2008.” Folklife Center News, Vol. 30, Nos. 3-4, Pgs. 13-14, Summer/Fall 2008.
Accession 2010-18Winick, Stephen D. “Sung with Gusto by the Men“: A Unique Recording of ‘The Leaving Liverpool ‘ in the AFC Archive.” Folklife Center News, Vol. 30, Nos. 3-4, Pgs. 3-12, Summer/Fall 2008.
Accession 2010-18Winick, Stephen D. “Sung with Gusto by the Men“: A Unique Recording of ‘The Leaving Liverpool ‘ in the AFC Archive.” Folklife Center News, Vol. 30, Nos. 3-4, Pgs. 3-12, Summer/Fall 2008.