This banner embraces the efforts that were put forth prior to the evolution of historic preservation. The Woodstock Preservation Alliance is the banner which the Preservationists stood under throughout their efforts for the historic preservation of the Woodstock Site. The "Dove Behind the Fence" was a signature logo used by the Woodstock Preservationists to raise awareness and the chain-link fence is symbolic of the fact that the privilege to walk freely on the Woodstock Site, is no longer allowed.

Welcome to the Woodstock - Preservation Archives
Dedicated to the Historic Preservation of the Site of the 1969 Woodstock Festival

THE WOODSTOCK SITE
Hurd & West Shore Rds
Sullivan County
Bethel  NY


 

The Woodstock Preservation Photo and Video Gallery
 
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THE KISSING COUPLE
The Kissing Couple
WHO IS THIS “KISSING COUPLE”?
DOES ANYONE KNOW THEIR NAMES?
WHERE THEY'RE FROM?
ARE THEY STILL TOGETHERE?
IS IT YOU?

It would be great to find out.
If anyone has any info on this "kissing couple",
please e-mail me at joann1108@aol.com
Debunking Woodstock:
What Really Happened.

Rumors include births and deaths, a lack of food and general debauchery


This peace sign and dove cut-out is an exact duplicate of the one originally hand-crafted by Ken VanLoan
This peace sign and dove cut-out is an exact duplicate of the one originally hand-crafted by Ken VanLoan, using the top of a metal picnic table. It was seen by concertgoers on their way to the festival.
(Courtesy: Lynden Lilley)
The Village VOICE - August 21 1969
The Village VOICE
August 21, 1969


Anti-War Flyer - 1969 
Anti-War Flyer
1969
Constable Badge - Bethel 1969


      
      WOODSTOCK TRIVIA
The East Village OTHER - August 20 1969

The East Village OTHER
August 20, 1969


       Courtesy: Francis Cardamone
       East Village Other, The Village Voice, Anti-War Flyer 

Where Are They Now?
The Performers at Woodstock 1969








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