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© The Vincent Vigil Collection, 1964
On August 24, 1964, one day after their Hollywood Bowl performance, The Beatles and their entourage, reconvened at the home of Capitol Records president, Alan Livingston, for a charity event. It was decided that The Beatles would partake in the event, after learning that Livingston's son, Peter Livingston, suffered from Hemophilia. The Beatles were parked specifically under a Deadora tree, where they were able to meet and greet the guests.
The Beatles with Brian Epstein at Hemophilia Event 1964 by The Vincent Vigil Collection
Type: Archival Digital Print
Edition: 11x14-Open, 16x20-50, 20x24-35, 30x40-25
Signed: Estate Stamped
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