TULSA, Okla. — Bob Dylan’s archives have been acquired by the George Kaiser Family Foundation and the University of Tulsa and will be permanently housed in a Tulsa arts district.

More than 6,000 items are part of the archives, including recordings from 1959, Dylan’s handwritten lyrics to songs like “Tangled Up In Blue,” his first contract with a music publisher, and a wallet that includes the address and phone number of country music singer Johnny Cash.

Dylan said in a statement that he’s glad the archives will be included with the works of Oklahoma native and folk singer Woody Guthrie and alongside artifacts of Native Americans.