Cynthia Lennon in New York
Spring 1990 - Cynthia Lennon, accompanied by her partner Jim Christie, made a sentimental journey back to the Plaza Hotel in New York City where she and the Beatles had stayed 26 years earlier during their February 1964 debut in the States. Photograph by Michael Sean Edwards. Cynthia was interviewed as the tenth year anniversary of the death of John Lennon neared for an article published in Hello! magazine, April 21, 1990.
Source of scan is the Cynthia Powell Lennon group at Yahoo!
New York City
Late November 1968 - A rare photo of George and Pattie on a New York street near Thanksgiving shortly before they returned home to England after their extended U.S. visit. George in black leather and Pattie keeping warm in a black fur hat with a shaggy fur coat on the cold windy fall evening. Official Beatles Fan Club member Kathy Dakis took the photo and sent it to London - where George and Pattie flipped over it. The fan club offered 8X10” copies of the photo to members for 50 cents each.
Source of scan is the Something About Pattie Boyd group at Yahoo!
February 9, 1964 - Cynthia, John and Ringo (with Geri Miller sitting on his lap, cut out of the photo). My scan and retouching altered to remove my tag. Maybe beatlesgarden would prefer tags across people’s faces in the future?
Source of scan is the Cynthia Powell Lennon group at Yahoo!
16th 1969 - Maureen boards the QEII with her husband and two sons to set sail for New York.
Docking in New York
May 22, 1969 - Ringo and Maureen with son Jason aboard the Queen Elizabeth II upon arrival at the port of New York City. (Scans I made for Sentamentalist’s Little Willow website.)
maureen | 1964
Early morning hours of February 10, 1964 - The Beatles arrived at the Peppermint Lounge around midnight after performing on the Ed Sullivan Show. This clip shows Ringo with his twisting partner Geri Miller sitting on his lap after he invited her over to the Beatles’ table. Maureen Cox did not accompany Ringo to America in February 1964.
For Valentine’s Day, one of my favorite couples ever ♥
February 7, 1964 - John and Cynthia riding from JFK into Manhattan in a chauffeured Cadillac.
On this day in 1964, (February 9th 1964), The Beatles (including Cynthia) went to the Peppermint Lounge until 4AM after The Beatles first Ed Sullivan performance!
This photo was taken at the Playboy Club (hence the Playboy Bunny in the background) - this one and all the ones where John is on the left and Cynthia on the right are at the Playboy Club. At the Peppermint Lounge Cynthia was on the left and John on the right - like in the one where John is showing Cynthia’s wedding ring. What’s confusing is that both clubs have the exact same style tables. In many of the photos at the Playboy Club you can see railings in front of their table (they were seated in front of the stage) that aren’t in the Peppermint Lounge photos.
Source of photo is Sara/starshyne of the Meet The Beatles For Real Blog. It was published in the fanzine, Beatlology, Sept/Oct 2003 issue.
1971, October 9th - Ringo and Maureen share some cake whilst visiting friend John Lennon on his 31st Birthday in New York. Mo’s hair looks amazing!
All Things Must Pass
November 1970 - Pattie and George with Mal Evans in New York City where they’d arrived together for George to deliver the master tapes for his forthcoming triple record album, All Things Must Pass, and finalize release details. Details about this occasion unknown.
Jane on Broadway
March 1971 - Fan photo of Jane Asher on Broadway in New York City filming fans with her movie camera. She appeared as Celia in “The Philanthropist” at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre from March 15th to May 15, 1971 for 64 performances and five previews.
Source of this scan is the Lady Jane Asher group at Yahoo! - not weheartit.com as falsely sourced and linked.
Sailing on the Hudson
June 24, 1966 - Linda Eastman of Town and Country magazine relaxing with Mick Jagger during the press launch for the Rolling Stones’ new album Aftermath held aboard a yacht while sailing on the Hudson River. Linda was working as a receptionist at Town and Country and intercepted a press invitation to the Stones’ launch party. Among the crowd of press on the dock she was the only photographer allowed on board - the result being her photos were in high demand and established her future as an up-and-coming rock phototographer.
This photo was published in a teen magazine with Linda’s story about meeting the Stones. (First time I’ve seen it in color!)
HAPPY 73rd BIRTHDAY, CYNTHIA!
Collection of John and Cynthia photos all taken in February 1964, except the first photo by Henry Grossman taken in late March 1965 at Kinfauns.
Source of all of the scans is the Cynthia Powell Lennon group at Yahoo!
Docking In New York From the QE2
May 22, 1969 - The Starkey family arrived at the port in New York City after their voyage from Southampton, England aboard the luxurious Queen Elizabeth II liner. Fan snapshots show Maureen carrying son Jason with nanny Stella holding Zak in the port terminal at New York harbor. The trip was paid for by Commonwealth United, the backers of Ringo’s film, The Magic Christian, as a reward for bringing the film in on time and under budget. They travelled along with co-star Peter Sellers and his wife, and producer Denis O’Dell and his wife.
Source of these personal fan snapshots is the Maureen Starr Tribute group at Yahoo!
New York, New York
February 7, 1964 - John and Cynthia in the back of a Cadillac driving from Kennedy Airport to the Plaza Hotel in Manhattan on their arrival day in New York with the Beatles.
Source of scan in the Cynthia Powell Lennon group at Yahoo!
These are too adorable for words. May Pang, Mike McCartney and Cynthia Lennon in November 1981.
“The MACS” Book Launch Party
November 23, 1981 - Mike McCartney with May Pang and Cynthia Lennon at the launch party for his book “The MACS” held at the Horn of Plenty Restaurant in New York City.