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Woody Guthrie's New Years Rulin's
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You asked and we listened. New to our store is this little treasure trove of Woody Guthrie's resolutions for a new year to come.
Woody wrote these heartfelt and playful resolutions on New Year’s Day, 1943. From December 29, 1942 until January 1, 1943, Woody filled a 72-page composition book with a letter to his love, Marjorie.
This little gem, in the middle of the book, provides insight into his daily concerns at the time — the large and the small — and reflect his hopes of being his best before the birth of their first child together, Cathy Ann Guthrie. Resolution #30 LOVE PETE refers to “Railroad Pete,” the playful nickname Woody and Marjorie gave their unborn child.
Designed by Steven Brower.
Dimensions: 14" x 11"