Petra Mearns Cabot,"Petra
Mearns Cabot with Lawrence Jordan at Maverick Festival. Petra
was on the staff of The Hue and Cry in 1924,
and made a full page woodcut for the Festival issue of that year.
Petra went on to a sucessful career as a designer."
John Carlson, "Carlson
became director of the Art Student's League Summer School in Woodstock
in 1911 and under his tutelage the attendance swelled to 100 students."
Andrew Dasburg, "Andrew
Dasburg came to Woodstock in 1906 to study with Birge Harrison
but soon left for Paris where he is said to have painted some
nostalgic views of Woodstock. He came back to the Art Students
League and in 1920 became a founder of the Woodstock Artists Association."
Dr. Mortimer Downer, "Woodstock's
beloved doctor was one of the finest of that vanishing type, the
John Bernard Flannagan,"In
1924 Flannagan hewed the Maverick Horse from a chestnut tree that
was standing on the property. He was drunk most of the time."
Eugenie Gershoy, "Hannah
[Ludins] and I were always sculpting and there were sometimes
chips of stone and wood in the dinner."
[Isamu Noguchi] painted eyes on me and I painted lips
"Claude Howell told us that Marion's mother said '
Marion isn't a bad girl, she just gets lonely at night....The
beautiful woman on the left is the artist Marion Greenwood and
to the far right is the sculptor Noguchi and Marion's sister,
Grace Greenwood also a painter"
Emile Gruppe, "Emile
lived in Gloucester, but he had studied painting in Woodstock
with John Carlson."
William Harlan Hale,
"He was the original announcer on the Voice of America."
"The boys got together and I believe that
Miss Hervey was in on it and I believe that they made a Toonerville
Trolley. You can find out more about that from Walt Peters
because he worked on that. Wilma Hervey, she went along
with the Toonerville Trolley because she had been the Powerful
Tinka of the Toonerville Trolley days of Holleywood."
Isabella Howland, "She
was known for her genre, figure, and floral paintings."
Kleinert, American painter. The Kleinert Gallery,
an extension of the Woodstock Guild of Craftsmen, was built
in memory of her and her sister."
Mary Louise Pelly
Kay Rosen (Warner)
"I have fond memories of Bertie Shevlin whanging out popular
tunes on the piano."
The photograph is signed, "To Mrs Rothe in remembrance
of two happy weeks, Ruth Von Dick"
Ned Thatcher, "Ned
Thatcher will appear as Invisible Radio Waves and must be applauded
Hervey White, "Hervey
White, Who was this man of the quiet mien and the enigmatic
eyes, this central spirit around which the merry-go-round
of festivals, theatre, music, poetry ,and dance
Florence Williams, "Between
two'flower children of the 20's,' Florence Williams, one
of Woodstock's first astrologers"
Mache creation by Russell Wright as a costume for the 1923 Cubist
Circus, here photographed in the Maverick Music Hall."
"He was a Chilean journalist and novelist."