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Prominent candidates for the Democratic nomination at Charleston, S.C. [Composite of bust portraits of Stephens, Orr, Davis, Guthrie, Slidell, Pierce, J. Lane, Hunter, Breckenridge, Douglas, and Houston]

George D. Prentice, James Guthrie, and James Speed to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, November 05, 1861 (Telegram regarding military affairs in Kentucky)

James Guthrie to Simon Cameron, Saturday, October 19, 1861 (Telegram regarding military affairs in Kentucky)

"James and Joshua F. Speed, and James Guthrie" to Abraham Lincoln, Wednesday, October 09, 1861 (Telegram regarding military affairs in Kentucky)

James Guthrie and Robert Anderson to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, September 30, 1861 (Telegram regarding arrests in Kentucky)

John Guthrie, north Custer County, Nebraska.

Scenes and incidents of the settlement of Oklahoma

The Founding of cities in Oklahoma

Guthrie, Oklahoma, Indian Territory, Jan. 22nd 1890 /

Sir Connop Guthrie, Fred. Benson

W.D. Guthrie

Geo. W. Guthrie

In the name and by the authority of the Territory of Oklahoma. Executive department. Thanksgiving proclamation ... I recommend that Thursday, November 27th, 1902. be observed as a day set apart for devotion and thanksgiving ... Done at Guthrie,

GUTHRIE, G.W. HONORABLE

Panoram #1 of Guthrie, Okla.

Root & Guthrie

GUTHRIE, GEORGE W. STATE CHAIRMAN FROM PENNSYLVANIA; DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE; AMBASSADOR E. & P. TO JAPAN, 1913-

DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION. GEORGE W. GUTHRIE, PENNSYLVANIA STATE CHAIRMAN; REP. R. L. HENRY OF TEXAS

BRYAN, WILLIAM JENNINGS. REP. FROM NEBRASKA, 1891-1895; SECRETARY OF STATE, 1913-1915. GEORGE W. GUTHRIE; BRYAN; CAPT. WINTERHALTER

BRYAN, WILLIAM JENNINGS. REP. FROM NEBRASKA, 1891-1895; SECRETARY OF STATE, 1913-1915. GEORGE W. GUTHRIE; BRYAN; CAPT. WINTERHALTER

G.W. Guthrie & wife, Tokyo

GUTHRIE, PERCY A., LT. COL., 236 BATTALION, CANADA, 'THE MacLEAN KILTIES OF AMERICA'

Col. Percy A. Guthrie

Col. Guthrie on RECRUIT

Lieut. Seely, Lt. Col. P.A. Guthrie, Col. J.S. Denis [i.e. Dennis], Capt. Black

GUTHRIE, PERCY A., LT. COL., 236 BATTALION, CANADA, 'THE MacLEAN KILTIES OF AMERICA'

Guthrie dancer

Guthrie dancers in St. Mark's Church

Direct Radio Telegraphic communication between the United States and Spain was officially opened at the offices of the R.C.A. Communications in Washington this morning. Mariano de Amoedo, charge d'affaires of the Spanish Embassy is shown pressing the telegraphic key opening the service. The King of Spain and the Prime Minister were at the other end of the circuit. In the group, on the left is F.P. Guthrie of the Radio Corporation and on the right, David A. Salmon, Chief of the Bureau of Indexes and Archives, Dept. of State

Letter from Alan Lomax to Woody Guthrie, July 15, 1940

Immediately on entering state of Kentucky the greater increased number of liquor signs is very noticeable. Guthrie, Kentucky

Letter from Alan Lomax to Woody Guthrie, November 1, 1940

Letter from Woody Guthrie to Alan Lomax, ca. late July 1940

Essay from Woody Guthrie to Alan Lomax, ca. November 1940

Immediately on entering state of Kentucky the greater increased number of liquor signs is very noticeable. Guthrie, Kentucky

R.R. Guthrie. Assistant Director of Purchases in charge of the Textile, Clothing and Equippage Branch, Office of Production Management (OPM)

Letter from Alan Lomax to Woody Guthrie, July 26, 1940

Letter from Woody Guthrie to Alan Lomax, September 17, 1940

Letter from Woody Guthrie to Alan Lomax, ca. December 1941

Letter from Woody Guthrie to Alan Lomax, ca. January 1941

Letter from Alan Lomax to Woody Guthrie, February 4, 1941

Letter from Alan Lomax to Woody Guthrie, December 2, 1941

Letter from Alan Lomax to Woody Guthrie, December 13, 1941

Letter from Woody Guthrie to Library of Congress, ca. 1942

Letter from Woody Guthrie to Alan Lomax, June 17, 1942

Statement of Permission from Woody Guthrie to Library of Congress, March 9, 1942

Letter from Woody Guthrie to Alan Lomax, June 7, 1942

Letter from Alan Lomax to Woody Guthrie, August 7, 1942

Letter from Alan Lomax to Woody Guthrie, January 21, 1942

Letter from Woody Guthrie to Victor, ca. June 17, 1942

Letter from Woody Guthrie to Almanac Singers, June 19, 1942

Letter from Woody Guthrie to Columbia, ca. June 17, 1942

Letter from Alan Lomax to Woody Guthrie, July 9, 1942

Statement of Permission from Woody Guthrie to Library of Congress, October 2, 1942

Warner Robins, Georgia. Air Service Command, Robins Field. Private Walter F. Guthrie learning marksmanship with a carbine. In civilian life he was a gas station operator in Canadian, Texas

Warner Robins, Georgia. Air Service Command, Robins Field. Private Walter F. Guthrie, of Canadian, Texas, learning to handle a carbine. The instructor is Sergeant Dennis Maloney of Brooklyn, New York. Guthrie was a filling station operator in his home town; Maloney, a clerk in an A&P store. Both are now members of a depot group

Warner Robins, Georgia. Air Service Command, Robins Field. Private Walter F. Guthrie, of Canadian, Texas, learning to handle a carbine. The instructor is Sergeant Dennis Maloney of Brooklyn, New York. Guthrie was a filling station operator in his home town; Maloney, a clerk in an A&P store. Both are now members of a depot group

[Woody Guthrie, half-length portrait, facing slightly left, holding guitar] / World Telegram photo by Al Aumuller.

Warner Robins, Georgia. Air Service Command, Robins Field. Private Walter F. Guthrie, of Canadian, Texas, learning to handle a carbine. The instructor is Sergeant Dennis Maloney of Brooklyn, New York. Guthrie was a filling station operator in his home town; Maloney, a clerk in an A&P store. Both are now members of a depot group

[Woody Guthrie, half-length portrait, seated, facing front, playing a guitar that has a sticker attached reading: This Machine Kills Fascists] / World Telegram photo by Al Aumuller.

Letter from Woody Guthrie to Archive of American Folk Song, March 14, 1946

Letter from Duncan Emrich to Woody Guthrie, March 26, 1946

Letter from Duncan Emrich to Woody Guthrie, April 12, 1946

Letter from Woody Guthrie to Duncan Emrich, March 29, 1946

Letter from Duncan Emrich to Woody Guthrie, December 8, 1947

Letter from Woody Guthrie to Duncan Emrich, September 8, 1950

Letter from Duncan Emrich to Woody Guthrie, October 2, 1950

F.P. Guthrie, Senor Amaedo, David A. Salmon, 10/21/29

6666 Ranch, Water Tower, 1102 Dash for Cash Road, Guthrie, King County, TX

Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church, Third & Guthrie Streets, Louisville, Jefferson County, KY

Union Station, West Oklahoma & Railroad Avenues, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

Ferd-Heim Brewing Company, 424 West Oklahoma Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

General Counsel of Civil Aeronautics Authority. Washington, D.C., Aug. 22. Charles Guthrie, recently named General Counsel of the new Civil Aeronautics Authority, photographed at his desk today shortly after taking the oath of office

Oklahoma State Capitol, 301 East Harrison Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

F.P. Guthrie, Senor Arnoldo, David A. Salmon, 10/21/29

Coolidge & Geo. W.Guthrie of Trenton, 8/22/26

James Guthrie to Joshua F. Speed, Friday, November 22, 1861 (Military affairs in Kentucky; endorsed by Speed to Lincoln, Nov. 26, 1861; and endorsed by Lincoln, Nov. 26, 1861)

James Guthrie to Joshua F. Speed, Friday, November 22, 1861 (Military affairs in Kentucky; endorsed by Speed to Lincoln, Nov. 26, 1861; and endorsed by Lincoln, Nov. 26, 1861)

James Guthrie to Joshua F. Speed, Friday, November 22, 1861 (Military affairs in Kentucky; endorsed by Speed to Lincoln, Nov. 26, 1861; and endorsed by Lincoln, Nov. 26, 1861)

James Guthrie to Joshua F. Speed, Friday, November 22, 1861 (Military affairs in Kentucky; endorsed by Speed to Lincoln, Nov. 26, 1861; and endorsed by Lincoln, Nov. 26, 1861)

James Guthrie to Joshua F. Speed, Friday, November 22, 1861 (Military affairs in Kentucky; endorsed by Speed to Lincoln, Nov. 26, 1861; and endorsed by Lincoln, Nov. 26, 1861)

James Guthrie to Joshua F. Speed, Friday, November 22, 1861 (Military affairs in Kentucky; endorsed by Speed to Lincoln, Nov. 26, 1861; and endorsed by Lincoln, Nov. 26, 1861)

James Guthrie to Joshua F. Speed, Friday, November 22, 1861 (Military affairs in Kentucky; endorsed by Speed to Lincoln, Nov. 26, 1861; and endorsed by Lincoln, Nov. 26, 1861)

Alan Lomax Collection, Manuscripts, Guthrie, Woody

Alan Lomax Collection, Manuscripts, Guthrie, Woody

Alan Lomax Collection, Manuscripts, Guthrie, Woody

P. J. Heilman House, 401 East Cleveland Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

P. J. Heilman House, 401 East Cleveland Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

P. J. Heilman House, 401 East Cleveland Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

P. J. Heilman House, 401 East Cleveland Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

P. J. Heilman House, 401 East Cleveland Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

P. J. Heilman House, 401 East Cleveland Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

P. J. Heilman House, 401 East Cleveland Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

P. J. Heilman House, 401 East Cleveland Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

P. J. Heilman House, 401 East Cleveland Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

P. J. Heilman House, 401 East Cleveland Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

P. J. Heilman House, 401 East Cleveland Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

P. J. Heilman House, 401 East Cleveland Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

P. J. Heilman House, 401 East Cleveland Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

P. J. Heilman House, 401 East Cleveland Avenue, Guthrie, Logan County, OK

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