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The Beatles in New York City on 9 February 1964

The Beatles in New York City on 9 February 1964

7-20 - in 1964: Capitol Records release a whole new Beatle LP in the US called "Something New" - I am sure when you see the LP cover many of you will recall you owned this LP - it was a very popular LP in the US since the fab 4 had really established by July 1964 as the biggest thing to hit pop music ever. -  look at the next pin for the LP Cover of  'Something New"  - right now enjoy hearing The Beatles sing - 'Tell Me Why' with John on lead vocal  off the 'Something New" LP.

7-20 - in 1964: Capitol Records release a whole new Beatle LP in the US called "Something New" - I am sure when you see the LP cover many of you will recall you owned this LP - it was a very popular LP in the US since the fab 4 had really established by July 1964 as the biggest thing to hit pop music ever. - look at the next pin for the LP Cover of 'Something New" - right now enjoy hearing The Beatles sing - 'Tell Me Why' with John on lead vocal off the 'Something New" LP.

The Beatles meet Cassius Clay, and he hits them in the mouth.  What does this have to do with nature?  Find out!  #mothernaturesmaid

The Beatles meet Cassius Clay, and he hits them in the mouth. What does this have to do with nature? Find out! #mothernaturesmaid

Elvis Presley (1963) Photo shoot for “Kissin Cousins” (MGM) – November 8 - 14, 1963 | Photo used on the 45rpm single sleeve of "Kissin Cousins/It Hurts Me" (47-8307) - released in February 1964

Elvis Presley (1963) Photo shoot for “Kissin Cousins” (MGM) – November 8 - 14, 1963 | Photo used on the 45rpm single sleeve of "Kissin Cousins/It Hurts Me" (47-8307) - released in February 1964

Photo used on the 45rpm single sleeve of "Kissin Cousins/It Hurts Me" (47-8307) - released in February 1964  |  Elvis Presley (1963) Photo shoot for “Kissin Cousins” (MGM) –

Photo used on the 45rpm single sleeve of "Kissin Cousins/It Hurts Me" (47-8307) - released in February 1964 | Elvis Presley (1963) Photo shoot for “Kissin Cousins” (MGM) –

November 20, 1964   I’m always trying to find absurd vintage National Enquirer covers from the 1960s. They’re mildly amusing and usually make me chuckle. Anyway, I’ve collected a few I’ve found online from various sources and posted them here. Hopefully you’ll find them as funny as I do.   I tried to add the dates at the bottom of each cover. If there’s no date for a National Enquirer cover… I simply couldn’t make it out. A lot of these were small jpgs. and the dates were pixelated when I…

November 20, 1964 I’m always trying to find absurd vintage National Enquirer covers from the 1960s. They’re mildly amusing and usually make me chuckle. Anyway, I’ve collected a few I’ve found online from various sources and posted them here. Hopefully you’ll find them as funny as I do. I tried to add the dates at the bottom of each cover. If there’s no date for a National Enquirer cover… I simply couldn’t make it out. A lot of these were small jpgs. and the dates were pixelated when I…

The Beatles at the Olympia in Paris 16 January -- 4 February 1964

The Beatles at the Olympia in Paris 16 January -- 4 February 1964

3918th Strategic Wing (3918th SW) is an inactive United States Air Force unit, discontinued on 31 March 1965. The 3918th SW was a ground service support element for the Strategic Air Command 7th Air Division (AD), stationed at RAF Upper Heyford, Oxfordshire, in the United Kingdom. It was upgraded to wing status on 1 February 1964 and discontinued on 31 March 1965.

3918th Strategic Wing (3918th SW) is an inactive United States Air Force unit, discontinued on 31 March 1965. The 3918th SW was a ground service support element for the Strategic Air Command 7th Air Division (AD), stationed at RAF Upper Heyford, Oxfordshire, in the United Kingdom. It was upgraded to wing status on 1 February 1964 and discontinued on 31 March 1965.

February 1964: House of Representatives Passes Civil Rights Act. The landmark piece of legislation that outlawed all major forms of discrimination in the U.S. passed the House of Representative in February 1964. It would go on to pass the Senate in June and was signed into law by President Lyndon B. Johnson on July 2, 1964

February 1964: House of Representatives Passes Civil Rights Act. The landmark piece of legislation that outlawed all major forms of discrimination in the U.S. passed the House of Representative in February 1964. It would go on to pass the Senate in June and was signed into law by President Lyndon B. Johnson on July 2, 1964

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