Quantity in Basket:
Shipping Weight: 0.50 pounds
In early May of 1941, an unemployed
Woody Guthrie and his wife, Mary, packed their three children into a battered
Pontiac and left southern California for Portland, Oregon. All he had waiting
for him in the Northwest was the job of writing songs for a documentary film about
the dams being built on the Columbia River. This film details the thirty day contract
Woody had as a temporary worker for the Bonneville Power Administration.
56.30 mins. University of Oregon.
"This land was made for you and me"
Woody Guthrie Publications, Inc. 125-131 Main Street, Suite #200
Mt. Kisco, NY 10549
T: (914) 241-3844 / F: (914) 241-0299 Copyright 2000-2014, Woody Guthrie Publications, Inc. Site design by Anna Canoni.