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"The Faces of Woody Guthrie: A Collection of Photographs"
Exhibit

This exhibit is comprised of 15 photographs of Woody Guthrie dated from 1939-1954. Included are publicity stills and personal family photographs, which are housed in the Woody Guthrie Archives Collection and available for display.

This exhibit includes:

  • 15 photographs, framed; outside dimensions are 16" x 20" (mat board opening is 11" x 14")
  • A text panel that introduces Woody Guthrie to the audience.
  • Descriptive and contextual text to accompany the photographs.
  • Weight of exhibit - 60lbs.
  • Exhibit Fee - $500.00
  • Estimated shipping & handling cost (charges includes cost of insurance) - $500.00

1. Woody Guthrie (far left) in Pampa's Junior Chamber of Commerce Band, Pampa, TX, 1936.

2. Guthrie joking around with an old jalopy,
California, 1939.

3. Woody Guthrie with first wife, Mary Jennings Guthrie and their children, Gwendolyn, Sue,
and William, Los Angeles, CA, 1941.

4. Woody Guthrie looking over a song lyric,
Los Angeles, CA 1941.
Photograph by Seema Weatherwax

5. Woody Guthrie performing at Shafter Farm Workers Community, a migrant worker camp, 1941.
Photograph by Seema Weatherwax

6. Woody Guthrie performing for children, New York City, 1943. Bound For Glory publicity photograph.
Photograph by Eric Schaal/TIMEPIX

7. Woody Guthrie sings at the American
Club for Indian Seamen, New York City, 1943.
Bound For Glory publicity photograph.
Photograph by Eric Schaal/TIMEPIX

8. Woody Guthrie performs at the Jewish Welfare
Board of the U.S.O., New York City, 1943.
Bound For Glory publicity photograph.
Photograph by Eric Schaal/TIMEPIX

9. Woody Guthrie sings with African American enlisted men, New York City, circa 1940's.
Bound For Glory publicity photograph.
Photograph by Eric Schaal/TIMEPIX

10. Woody Guthrie plays one of his famous
"This Machine Kills Fascists" Gibson guitars,
circa early 1940's.

11. Woody Guthrie with Cisco Houston perform
in support of the reelection campaign of
Franklin Delano Roosevelt, New York City, 1944.

12. Woody Guthrie with Pete Seeger in
performance, circa late 1940's.

13. Woody Guthrie with second wife, Marjorie Greenblatt Guthrie and son, Arlo, 1947.

14. Woody Guthrie with fellow folk singers, Jean Ritchie, Pete Seeger, and Fred Hellerman at the WNYC Radio Studio, New York City, 1949.

15. Woody Guthrie with Ramblin' Jack Elliott in Washington Square Park, New York City, 1954.
Photograph by Robert Wersan

This exhibit was created by the Woody Guthrie Foundation.
All images are protected by Copyright and are embedded with a watermark for protection.

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