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Correspondence, essays, prose, doodles, and song lyrics written by Woody Guthrie between 1935 and 1950.
BOX 1 FOLDER 1 Collection Finding Aid
FOLDER 2 Inventories and Case File
FOLDER 3 Correspondence: Letters (mostly to Alan Lomax, Duncan Emrich), 1940-50 and undated
FOLDER 4 Correspondence: Letters of Permission, 1942-48
FOLDER 5 Correspondence: Post Cards, 1941
FOLDER 6 Correspondence: Letters to Record Companies, 1940, and circa June 1942
FOLDER 7 Correspondence: Library of Congress to Guthrie, 1940-50 and undated
FOLDER 8 Correspondence: Library of Congress concerning Guthrie, 1940-42 and undated
FOLDER 9 Lyrics: "Alonzo M. Zilch's Own Collection of Original Songs and Ballads," 1935
FOLDER 10 Lyrics: "Farther Along," March 1941
FOLDER 11 Lyrics: "The Final Call," April 1941
FOLDER 12 Lyrics: Old Time Hill Country Songs, undated
FOLDER 13 Lyrics: Songs of Woody Guthrie, songbook, undated
Carbon copy. For original, see Box 2 of 3.
FOLDER 14 Lyrics: "Ten of Woody Guthrie's Songs: Book One," April 1945
FOLDER 15 Lyrics: Wartime Songs, 1940-42 and undated
FOLDER 16 Writings: "No Title," undated
FOLDER 17 Writings: "The Railroad Cricket," 1941
FOLDER 18 Writings: Undated essay on 8" x 12" envelope, circa Fall 1940
FOLDER 19 Writings: Three essays written between September and November 1940
Reference photocopy of oversize materials. For originals, see Box 3 of 3.
BOX 2 Lyrics: Songs of Woody Guthrie, original songbook, undated
BOX 3 Writings: Three essays written between September and November 1940

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