(from Pastures of Plenty: A Self Portrait; ed. Dave Marsh and Harold Leventhal)
Woody Guthrie (right) and his cousin Jack (left) promoting their Beverly Hillbillies show in California, ca. 1935. Jack cowrote “Oklahoma Hills” - the iconic tune of Okie nostalgia - with Woody Guthrie. 

(from Pastures of Plenty: A Self Portrait; ed. Dave Marsh and Harold Leventhal)

Woody Guthrie (right) and his cousin Jack (left) promoting their Beverly Hillbillies show in California, ca. 1935. Jack cowrote “Oklahoma Hills” - the iconic tune of Okie nostalgia - with Woody Guthrie. 

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