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The Other Woodstock via Smithsonian Libraries / Unbound

October 22nd, 2019
Woodstock the event was actually held in Bethel, a neighboring town in upstate New York. Woodstock itself wasn’t even considered as a site for the festival. According to Woodstock the Oral History (1989) the only connection between the concert and the town is that the event’s promoters originally considered building a music studio in Woodstock, NY and incorporated under the name Woodstock Ventures. So what about the other Woodstock? Though it didn’t host the eponymous music festival, Woodstock, NY had been home to a thriving art colony since the early 1900s.
Read The Other Woodstock via Smithsonian Libraries / Unbound


An interesting link found among my daily reading

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