Flower Power, Revisited

A large photograph in the museum, shot in a San Francisco in 1967.
The Woodstock Generation’s favorite mode of transport.

Lines of the Times

The Band in 1968: © Elliott Landy.

Mythical Locale

Festival-goers abandoned their cars and made the last leg of the journey by foot.

Mud and Hunger

Fun & Music: © John Dominis/The LIFE Picture Collection via Getty Images.

Musical Hodgepodge

Richie Havens lights up the crowd: © Ralph Ackerman/Getty Images
The field of dreams is empty now.

Emblem of an Era

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