Bonneville Power Administration, 1941. Form BP-79: Notice of Release document for Woodrow W. Guthrie, 6111 SE 92nd, Portland, Oregon, Signed June 11, 1941 (8AM).
Ed Cray, 2004. Ramblin’ Man: The Life and Times of Woody Guthrie, W.W. Norton and Company, New York, 488 Pages.
Felicia Katz Harris, Archivist with Woody Guthrie Archives, 2005. E-mail correspondence, confirming Woody’s 6111 SE 92nd Ave, Portland, Oregon address, adding that correspondence with Mary Jennings (Woody’s first wife) indicated that they lived on the ground floor.
Joe Klein, 1980. Woody Guthrie: A Life. Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., New York, New York. 496 Pages.
University of Oregon, 2000. Roll on Columbia: Woody Guthrie and the Bonneville Power Adminstration. Video documentary produced by the University of Oregon’s Knight Library Media Service, Produced and directed by Michael Majdic and Denise Mathews, www.libweb.uoregon.edu/med_svc/wguthrie.
John Terry, 2005. Woody Guthrie: a Bargain for American Music. Article in the Sunday Oregonian newspaper, May 1, 2005, “Oregon Trails” in Oregon & The West Section. Reporting in the article about Woody’s stay in Portland: “They stayed briefly in Unit 42 at the Portland Auto Camp at 9000 NE Union (now Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard), but soon found better quarters at 6111 SE 92nd Avenue, which still stands in the Lents neighborhood.”