Woody Guthrie, the popular singer/songwriter of such greats as “This Land Is Your Land,” “Red Wine,” “Jesus Christ” and “Pastures of Plenty,” turns our to be more than a performer. In addition to being a journalist, activist, entertainer, poet and an all-around folk hero, Guthrie was an artist.
And the Okfuskee County Historical Society Museum in Okemah, Oklahoma, where Guthrie was born, is the permanent home to a collection of Woody Guthrie’s political cartoons.
There is also a collection of 300 of his drawings on sale at the Woody Guthrie website.
[h/t – Mike Lynch]