Tabletop Postcards

The Tabletop Protest Sign Postcard

This is the only color image of this sign available.

The rusted kitchen tabletop pictured here was nailed to a fencepost on 17-B, the main road near Max Yasgur's farmland in Sullivan County, New York. The sign is referred to in several books (including one by Max's son Sam) as having been the "last draw" in Max's view. After seeing it, he determined, more than ever, that no one would stop this festival. Max, with the full support of his wife, Miriam, sincerely wanted to close the "generation gap" on his green pastures.

Offered in a Three Card Set for $6:
Two with appropriate forever stamps affixed (ready to send snail mail -1969 style)
And one without, to save as your own keepsake of the Museum at Bethel Woods' enshrinement
of this relic from the World's Greatest Music Festival

Three Post Card Set $6

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