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    Beatles Carnegie Hall Program with "John McCartney" Misprint (1964). During their historic first visit to New York to appear on the Ed Sullivan Show, the Beatles played two shows at the Carnegie Hall on February 12, 1964 (7:00 and 9:30). This is a copy of the Hall's early 1964 program, with a two-page center spread on the Fab Four. The left page devoted to a Capitol Records ad for the Meet The Beatles LP and the "I Want To Hold Your Hand" single which were both at #1. The right side page states that Theatre Three Promotions presents The Briarwood Singers and The Beatles, with performance times and the group's members. Paul is listed as John McCartney. Twenty-four internal pages, 8.25" x 11.25". Some wear and damp staining, Very Good Minus condition. From the Connie and Dennis Dailey Monumental Beatle Collection.

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