Further Reading on Fourth & Main

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SPECIAL LINKS FOR THIS WEEK: “Enter Laughing” filmed backstage at the Follies (1966), Woody Guthrie remembers early days in Los Angeles, Maxine Crissman’s “Woody and Lefty Lou Radio Show” Collection, Woody Guthrie sings “Skid Row Serenade” and “Los Angeles New Year’s Flood,”
La Crescenta-Montrose Flood of 1933/34, Los Angeles City Council declares Woody Guthrie Day (April 12, 2012),  Los Angeles City Council declares Woody Guthrie Square/ Fifth Street / Main Street… or is it?, Proposal To House Skid Row Homeless At Cecil Hotel Gets Yanked Amongst Opposition (from Tom Gilmore), Woody Guthrie Plaque on Tom Gilmore’s building, 2012 redistricting and Jose Huizar’s corruption charges, Towers of Gold: How One Jewish Immigrant Named Isaias Hellman Created California by Frances Dinkelspiel, Tempest Storm’s obituary in the New York Times, Tempest Storm documentary, Donald Spivack: Retired, but Doing the Work You Love, The Follies in the Finding Aid for the S. Charles Lee Papers, 1919-1962 UCLA Special Collections, Senor Stretchy Skin, aka Joe Holliday is interviewed on our podcast at the East Jesus art colony, American Saloons: Pre-Prohibition Photographs by Roger E. Kislingbury (aka Waldo), Waldo is interviewed about his book on our podcast. Toddles the Elephant appears in The Adventures of Kathlyn (1913, restored by EYE Filmmuseum). A Virtual Tour of the Barclay Hotel: Grand Lobby to Hidden Tunnels. Subscriber edition Esotouric newsletter about the Barclay Hotel’s dangerous Victorian elevator. (And if these are not the links you expected to see at your webinar’s end, send us an email.)

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