Finding Aids for Related Collections at the American Folklife Center
Woody Guthrie manuscript collection, 1935-1950 [Finding aid]
Ken Lindsay collection of Woody Guthrie correspondence, 1952-1953 [Finding aid]
The following sources were particularly helpful in preparing the online presentation of the Woody Guthrie Manuscript Collection. Other articles, books, and unpublished dissertations pertaining to Woody Guthrie may be available to researchers at the Library of Congress, but fall outside the scope of this online presentation.
The following list of published sound recordings represents those that the curators of this online presentation thought to be the most representative and readily available of Woody Guthrie's work.
The recordings issued by the Recording Laboratory of the Library of Congress are currently sold in cassette format only through the Public Services Office of the Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. 20540. Selected titles are being reissued in CD format by Rounder Records in cooperation with the Library of Congress.