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    Keep on Truckin' Blacklight Poster - $10.99 From the Zap Comix of the late 60's comes this Keep on Truckin black light poster. An R. Crumb original design. Officially licensed R. Crumb merchandise. This cool wall black light poster measures 24" x 36". With or without a blacklight, this poster looks awesome!

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Considered to be the most famous rock poster there is, the Woodstock festival was held in August 1969 and is the most well known rock festival in history. Woodstock attracted more than 400,000 people, as well as all of the top bands of the era.

I have this poster framed and hanging in my hallway. I SO would have wanted to be there!

David Cassidy - one of four heartthrobs in the 1970s. Remember when The Partridge Family had cut-out posters on the back of the Raisin Bran box??!

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We ALL wanted to be her. Anna Taylors brother,Dennis had this poster on his wall when we were kids.