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Thursday, 25 December 2014

Mendips etc.: Beatles' Folks At Home.

I've filched these from the lovely Beatles At Home tumblr account; whilst some of the individual pics are familiar, others, equally, aren't - at least to me. If anyone knows which mag this originally comes from and could inform me (or, better still, scan in hi-res and send the results), I'd be eternally you-know-what.

Unt a Season's Gratings, to one unt, moreover, all.


  1. I never saw this magazine before - interesting! A Happy New Year to you & yours and to all the readers!

  2. It's obviously Australian in origin from the wording "coming to Australia", so pre-June 1964.

  3. The calendar on the wall gives march

    (The Beatles Book Calendar)

  4. sorry wrong picture, it's actualy april on the calendar

    (there are more pictures of Ringo with Elsie and Harry they are from march) and a interview with the on utube