This poster, owned by Herb Summers, is an original from the Woodstock festival.
Peace, love and music are remembered from their days at Woodstock: clockwise from left are Dr. Cindy Bunin-Nurik, Bob Del Pozo, Herb Summers and Sheena Spirit. MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Dr.Cindy Bunin-Nurik was 17 in 1969 and living in Long Island when she drove to Woodstock with her boyfriend in a station wagon with a huge peace sign painted on the hood. They lasted a day. MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Bob Del Pozo and three friends from Westchester drove to upstate New York in a Volkswagon Beetle during the summer of 1969 to attend the Woodstock festival. MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Herb Summers was part of an art crew hired from the University of Miami to work on a variety of projects in the months before the original Woodstock festival in 1969. During the festival he worked as backstage security. MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Sheena Spirit appeared in the <em>Woodstock</em> movie, dancing on the stage to Santana, whom she had meet a few days before at the Fillmore East in New York City. Later, she talked her way back up on stage for Sly and the Family Stone. She says she ended up with Janis Joplin's dog. MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Sheena Spirit (a.k.a. Judith Seidenberg), circa summer 1969. Sheena Spirit appeared in the <em>Woodstock</em> movie, dancing on the stage to Santana, whom she had meet a few days before at the Fillmore East in New York City. COURTESY SHEENA SPIRIT
Cartoon by David B. Levine shows Sheena Spirit and friends headed to Woodstock.
Bob Del Pozo and three friends from Westchester drove to the concert in this 1964 VW bug. COURTESY BOB DEL POZO
Bob Del Pozo and fellow band members play the Columbus High School Pop Festival in 1969, prior to Woodstock. From left to right: Pete Goldstein, guitar; Bob Del Pozo, vocals; Fred Powell (behind Del Pozo), bass; Wayne Powell, lead guitar; and Skip Hitt; percussion. COURTESY BOB DEL POZO
Bob Del Pozo, far right, in a recent photo with friends who made the trek to Woodstock with him in 1969. Left to right: Skip Hitt, Ross Bloomfield, Mike Lawson and Del Pozo. COURTESY BOB DEL POZO