These three maps are in fact original working copies of an architect's drawings, created for Woodstock Ventures in the weeks leading up to the festival. These maps were included with the original, official documents Woodstock Ventures filed with the Sullivan County sheriff's office prior to the event. They were tossed out as trash in the mid 1980's and salvaged by a long time DPW employee who routinely checked for recyclables, before recycling became a source of revenue.

These full size blueprints were archivally mounted by Michael Fitzsimmons of Westwood Gallery, Westwood, NJ., who also framed them in wood salvaged from the festival site. They were subsequently hung in the lobby of the Museum at Bethel Woods, NY during the summer of the festival's fortieth anniversary in 2009.