The boys banter with the press on Feb. 11, 1964, as they travel by train from New York to Washington for their first U.S. concert. When they went to the British ambassador's house there for a reception, a guest snipped off a piece of Ringo Starr's hair for a souvenir. "We thought it would be quite a cool crowd, but they weren't cool at all," Paul McCartney says. (Photo: Apple Corps Ltd.)
The boys banter with the press on Feb. 11, 1964, as they travel by train from New York to Washington for their first U.S. concert. When they went to the British ambassador's house there for a reception, a guest snipped off a piece of Ringo Starr's hair for a souvenir. "We thought it would be quite a cool crowd, but they weren't cool at all," Paul McCartney says. (Photo: Apple Corps Ltd.) Apple Corps Ltd.
The boys banter with the press on Feb. 11, 1964, as they travel by train from New York to Washington for their first U.S. concert. When they went to the British ambassador's house there for a reception, a guest snipped off a piece of Ringo Starr's hair for a souvenir. "We thought it would be quite a cool crowd, but they weren't cool at all," Paul McCartney says. (Photo: Apple Corps Ltd.) Apple Corps Ltd.

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