In this Aug. 22, 2013, photo, Waylon Bishop, president of the Okfuskee County History Center, looks over boards from the boyhood home of Woody Guthrie, in storage at the center in Okemah, Okla. ... more 
In this Aug. 22, 2013, photo, Waylon Bishop, president of the Okfuskee County History Center, looks over boards from the boyhood home of Woody Guthrie, in storage at the center in Okemah, Okla. Developers working with the blessing of Guthrie’s relatives have announced plans to rebuild his 1860s-era boyhood home in Okemah, a town of 3,300 people about an hour’s drive south of Tulsa. Guthrie’s dilapidated boyhood home was ordered torn down in the late 1970s. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Sue Ogrocki
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