File:DIG13766-028 - "Ladies and Gentlemen... the Beatles!" exhibit at LBJ Presidential Library, Austin, TX, 2015-06-23 16.21.03.jpg

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"Ladies and Gentlemen...The Beatles!", a traveling exhibit curated by the GRAMMY Museum® and Fab Four Exhibits, is open at the LBJ Presidential Library from June 13, 2015 through January 10, 2016. More than 400 pieces of memorabilia, records, rare photographs, tour artifacts, video, and instruments are on display, including John Lennon's missing Gibson J-160E guitar. The guitar is on display for two weeks only, from June 13 until June 29, 2015. Photo by Lauren Gerson.

Flickr album "Exhibit: "Ladies and Gentlemen... the Beatles!"" by LBJ Foundation
" "Ladies and Gentlemen…The Beatles!" is a traveling exhibit curated by the GRAMMY Museum® and Fab Four Exhibits that explores the impact The Beatles' arrival had on American pop culture, including fashion, art, advertising, media and music, from early 1964 through mid-1966 – when the British boy band was at its peak.

On display will be more than 400 pieces of memorabilia, records, rare photographs, tour artifacts, video, and instruments from private collectors and the GRAMMY Museum, including the original Ludwig drum head Ringo played on "The Ed Sullivan Show." It even includes an oral history booth where visitors can leave their own impressions of the timeless group.

Photos by Lauren Gerson. "

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