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By Lara Bain
Seattle Times staff reporter
August 21, 2005
“Such was the case with 54-year-old Barbara Wechsler of Seattle, who has kept her strip of Woodstock tickets intact and weatherproof since the day rain started falling at the concert.
Bailey appraised the tickets at $1,000.
‘A thousand dollars is certainly wonderful, but I certainly wouldn’t sell for that. It’s too much of my personal history,’ said Wechsler, who hitchhiked her way to the Woodstock concert, a landmark of the love generation, held in New York during the summer of 1969.”