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mccartneymadness:

Spring 1965

mccartneymadness:

Spring 1965

applescruff-s:

July 6th, 1957
The day John met Paul: a color edit
more here

applescruff-s:

July 6th, 1957

The day John met Paul: a color edit

more here

wonderfultonightuncensored:

George and Pattie in the kitchen at Friar Park
(Lifted off of Google with no idea where they came from)

These are Chris O’Dell’s photos from her book and website taken during Christmas celebrations in 1973.

wonderfultonightuncensored:

George and Pattie in the kitchen at Friar Park

(Lifted off of Google with no idea where they came from)

These are Chris O’Dell’s photos from her book and website taken during Christmas celebrations in 1973.

iamjennyboyd:

Pattie Boyd, by me.

Lovely!

iamjennyboyd:

Pattie Boyd, by me.

Lovely!

mccartneymadness:

July 1964

May 25, 1964 - George and John posing for the press on board their Pan Am flight taking off from LAX after a layover flying back to London from Tahiti with Pattie and Cynthia (sitting either side of them out of frame). The couples had just enjoyed a brief tour of Hollywood.

misanthrope1993:

Beatles “holiday in Greece” feature from Fab 208 magazine, 7 Oct. 1967.

misanthrope1993:

Beatles “holiday in Greece” feature from Fab 208 magazine, 7 Oct. 1967.

karinabeat:

Ringo Starr and his wife Maureen Starkey bought their first home on this day. Sunny Heights was a large mock Tudor house in Weybridge, Surrey, less than a mile from John Lennon‘s house Kenwood.
Sunny Heights was bought for £37,000 from a Mr HE Pope. Mr Pope had changed the name of the house from Haleakala upon buying it in 1948. The Starkeys moved in shortly after buying it, and remained living there for three years until November 1968.

After the Starkeys bought Sunny Heights in July 1965 extensive renovations were begun on the property. They didn’t move in until just before Christmas 1965. After moving to the Elstead, Surrey house, Brookfields, they bought from Peter Sellers in 1968, they briefly returned to live temporarily at Sunny Heights again in late 1969 while searching for new home in London. 

karinabeat:

Ringo Starr and his wife Maureen Starkey bought their first home on this day. Sunny Heights was a large mock Tudor house in Weybridge, Surrey, less than a mile from John Lennon‘s house Kenwood.

Sunny Heights was bought for £37,000 from a Mr HE Pope. Mr Pope had changed the name of the house from Haleakala upon buying it in 1948. The Starkeys moved in shortly after buying it, and remained living there for three years until November 1968.

After the Starkeys bought Sunny Heights in July 1965 extensive renovations were begun on the property. They didn’t move in until just before Christmas 1965. After moving to the Elstead, Surrey house, Brookfields, they bought from Peter Sellers in 1968, they briefly returned to live temporarily at Sunny Heights again in late 1969 while searching for new home in London. 

beataholic925:

luvulikeguitars:


Cynthia Lennon attends the Foyles Literary Guild Luncheon honoring John’s first book, In His Own Write. (1964)
Colored by me.

Beautiful! She was such a class act. Love this!

I’ve seen actual colored pictures where Cynthia’s dress was yellow

beataholic925:

luvulikeguitars:

Cynthia Lennon attends the Foyles Literary Guild Luncheon honoring John’s first book, In His Own Write. (1964)

Colored by me.

Beautiful! She was such a class act. Love this!

I’ve seen actual colored pictures where Cynthia’s dress was yellow

worshipinginthechurchofgeorge:

March 12 1969 London Police Drug Raid On George Harrison
 On March 12th 1969, the London drug squad appeared at house of George Harrison and Pattie Boyd with a warrant and drug-sniffing canines. Boyd immediately used the direct hotline to Beatles headquarters, and George returned to find his home turned upside down. He is reported to have told the officers “You needn’t have turned the whole bloody place upside down. All you had to do was ask me and I would have shown you where I keep everything.”
Without his assistance, the constables, including Sergeant Pilcher who had directed the drug-related arrest of John Lennon the previous year, had already found a considerable amount of hashish. Harrison and Boyd were arrested and as they were being escorted to the police station, a photographer began shooting pictures of the famous couple. Harrison chased after the photographer, with the cops trailing right behind him down the London street. Finally, the man dropped his camera and George stomped on it before the officers subdued him.
Harrison and his model wife, who missed Paul and Linda McCartney’s wedding that same day because of the arrest, were released on bail. A few weeks later, Harrison and Boyd were allowed to plead guilty. Despite the rather prodigious amount of hash recovered from their home, the authorities were satisfied that it was all for their personal use. They were fined 250 pounds each, and even had a confiscated pipe returned to them. Ten years later, Boyd married guitarist Eric Clapton and Harrison sang and played at their wedding.
Sergeant Pilcher, the man behind the raid, was convicted of planting drugs in other cases and went to jail in 1972.
 George stomped on the camera! That’s the best part!

Photo above taken on March 31, 1969 leaving court after their second court appearance at which they were found guilty and fined.Note: George and Pattie were taken to the local police station in Esher, not London. There does exist at least one photo of George at Kinfauns on the evening of the bust. George and Pattie did not miss Paul and Linda’s  morning wedding because of the evening drug bust. George was at Apple and Pattie, after shopping in London that day, was at Kinfauns several hours after the wedding when the drug squad arrived with a warrant. The Harrisons had not planned to attend the McCartney wedding. 

worshipinginthechurchofgeorge:

March 12 1969 London Police Drug Raid On George Harrison


On March 12th 1969, the London drug squad appeared at house of George Harrison and Pattie Boyd with a warrant and drug-sniffing canines. Boyd immediately used the direct hotline to Beatles headquarters, and George returned to find his home turned upside down. He is reported to have told the officers “You needn’t have turned the whole bloody place upside down. All you had to do was ask me and I would have shown you where I keep everything.”

Without his assistance, the constables, including Sergeant Pilcher who had directed the drug-related arrest of John Lennon the previous year, had already found a considerable amount of hashish. Harrison and Boyd were arrested and as they were being escorted to the police station, a photographer began shooting pictures of the famous couple. Harrison chased after the photographer, with the cops trailing right behind him down the London street. Finally, the man dropped his camera and George stomped on it before the officers subdued him.

Harrison and his model wife, who missed Paul and Linda McCartney’s wedding that same day because of the arrest, were released on bail. A few weeks later, Harrison and Boyd were allowed to plead guilty. Despite the rather prodigious amount of hash recovered from their home, the authorities were satisfied that it was all for their personal use. They were fined 250 pounds each, and even had a confiscated pipe returned to them. Ten years later, Boyd married guitarist Eric Clapton and Harrison sang and played at their wedding.

Sergeant Pilcher, the man behind the raid, was convicted of planting drugs in other cases and went to jail in 1972.


George stomped on the camera! That’s the best part!

Photo above taken on March 31, 1969 leaving court after their second court appearance at which they were found guilty and fined.
Note: George and Pattie were taken to the local police station in Esher, not London. There does exist at least one photo of George at Kinfauns on the evening of the bust. George and Pattie did not miss Paul and Linda’s  morning wedding because of the evening drug bust. George was at Apple and Pattie, after shopping in London that day, was at Kinfauns several hours after the wedding when the drug squad arrived with a warrant. The Harrisons had not planned to attend the McCartney wedding. 

thebeatlesphotovault:

Ringo having a rummage in his attic.

ebay listing press photo of Ringo checking out the damage in the attic of his Los Angeles home after the fire of November 28, 1979 in which he lost some of his Beatles keepsakes.

thebeatlesphotovault:

Ringo having a rummage in his attic.

ebay listing press photo of Ringo checking out the damage in the attic of his Los Angeles home after the fire of November 28, 1979 in which he lost some of his Beatles keepsakes.

May 22, 1966 - Pattie and George at the Formula One races in Monte Carlo.

May 22, 1966 - Pattie and George at the Formula One races in Monte Carlo.

sixtiescircus:

Jenny Boyd

sixtiescircus:

Jenny Boyd

cutebabe:

celesgami:

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Amazing!

George and Pattie never went to the Bahamas in 1965. These photos were all taken during their February 1966 honeymoon in Barbados.

norwegianwoods:

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