Woody Guthrie and Pete Seeger performing at the Music Inn, a carriage house and retreat for New York City intellectuals in Lenox, Mass, 1950. This is  believed to be one of Woody’s last performances before Huntington’s disease began to affect his behavior and ability to play and sing. Photos by Leonard Rosenberg.

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