- Bob Greenberg Cisco's friend in post-WWII Texas
- Bill Wolff (From Sing Out!)
- Lee Hays (From Sing Out!)
- My Letter To Cisco, by Moses Asch (From The Cisco Songbook)
- My Friend Cisco Houston, by Woody Guthrie (From The Cisco Songbook)
- Album Notes to Cowboy Songs 78, by Woody Guthrie
- Notes from a Letter, by Woody Guthrie
- Jimmy Giuffre One of the many guys Cisco hung out with in the 50s
- String Along by The Kingston Trio Cisco earns royalties
- Harold Leventhal From the LP I Ain't Got No Home
- The Cisco Special Notes by Lee Hays
- Liner Notes from Cisco Houston Sings the Songs of Woody Guthrie
- 900 Miles LP Liner Notes
- Cowboy Ballads Liner Notes
- Legendary CD (With Alan Lomax)
- Traditional Songs of the Old West (With Bill Bender)
Biography and Appreciations
- Mark Eastman's Biography
- The SS Parismina Sinks And Cisco's brother Slim dies
- Best Of The Vanguard Years Review by Mike Regenstreif
- Blues For Cisco Houston Thomas McGrath's quirky poem
- April 1944 Cisco and Woody record and record.
- Olle Holmqvist Cisco finds a home in Sweden.
- George Pickow remembers Cisco Camp Unity in the 40s.
- Jim Clark on Cisco My memories.
- Cisco's Vocals Can he be too good a singer?
- Devin McKinney A music blogger blogs blogfully!
- Brian Crawley Nice notes about Dave Van Ronk and folk music!
- John Gallagher Cisco in Glasgow
Historical and Related Materials
- The Reuben James James Moran discusses the history and other versions of the song
- Billboard Magazine The March 19, 1955 issue discusses the "Gil Houston Show"
- Cisco's Gibson How did a wandering minstrel get a pricey guitar?
- The Big Red Songbook Jesse Hamlin
- Katie Lee Friend, Lover? She doesn't say.
- The National Maritime Union Cisco's home for a while in the late 40's
- Robert Shelton on folk music and everything else
- Joe Hill
- Passing Through Richard Silverstein on the song and its meaning
- The Cradle Will Rock The cast list and links about Cisco's 1938 Broadway stardom.
- Cisco Mysteries What we don't know, or wonder about.
Provocative, But Not Enthusiastic
- Robert Christgau Misses the point, but writes some fascinating stuff