Celebrating a half century since The Beatles invaded America via Queens
The Lord Mayor of Liverpool, Gary Millar, unveils a plaque which will be placed at JFK Airport to commemorate the arrival there of The Beatles for their appearance on “The Ed Sullivan Show” and a brief concert tour of the states 50 years ago.
A fan poses for a picture with a sign making no secret of his favorite Beatle.
Beatles impersonators arrive in the old TWA Flight Center, with Pan Am bags similar to those the Fab Four carried on Feb. 7. 1964, while a fan holds up a sign to greet them as so many did 50 years ago.
Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Executive Director Patrick Foye stands with Pan Am stewardesses who were working for the airline in 1964, including Jill Kellogg, far right, who flew with The Beatles on their flight from London to New York 50 years ago.
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Officials and community leaders assemble at Diversity Plaza
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