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  • Jul 19, 1937
    "The Oklahoma And Woody Show" debuts on Los Angeles radio station KFVD. The program features Jack Guthrie and cousin Woody Guthrie, who will later be credited as co-writers on Jack Guthrie's hit "Oklahoma Hills"
    Sep 14, 1937
    Two months after the debut of the "Oklahoma And Woody Show" on Los Angeles' KFVD, Jack Guthrie abandons the radio program in search of a better income. His cousin, Woody Guthrie, continues to work without him
    Nov 12, 1937
    Woody Guthrie and on-air partner Maxine Crissman sign a one-year contract with the Standard Broadcasting Company in Los Angeles. Guthrie sends money to Pampa, Texas, for his family to join him
    Jun 18, 1938
    Woody Guthrie performs in Los Angeles on his KFVD radio show for the last time, despite signing a one-year contract in November

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