Exhibit Examines Guthrie Legacy

Morris, Chris
January 2000
Billboard;01/08/2000, Vol. 112 Issue 2, p1
Trade Publication
Focuses on a travelling exhibition opening at the Museum of the City of New York entitled 'This Land Is Your Land,' which examines the life of folk musician Woody Guthrie. Biographical information on Guthrie; His ties to New York; Other museums which will host the exhibition; Details of the exhibition, including the use of motion picture and sound recording excerpts from Guthrie's career. INSET: Interest in Guthrie Still Strong.


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