Okemah family sets goal to restore Woody Guthrie's childhood home - Article Photos 14/16

From left, J. D. Crosby, Wayland Bishop, and Dan Riedemann among the old boards that will be used to reconstruct the Woody Guthrie "London House. " The lumber is stacked in a back room at the Okemah Historical Society Museum on W. Broadway in downtown Okemah. The Duke family and 19th Century Restorations are raising funds to reconstruct Woody Guthrie's birth home in Okemah. Bishop is a board member for the Okemah Historical Society and he helped transport the wood to the museum. Riedemann is supervising the reconstruction of Guthrie's home. Crosby is a volunteer tour guide at the museum. Photo taken June 7, 2012. Photo by Jim Beckel, The Oklahoman