London, South Kensington
24 June 2010
A collection of 24 35mm black and white negatives, on 4 strips, majority unpublished, of Ringo Starr in bed at the University College Hospital, London, circa June, 1964, images include: Ringo with basket of fruit (4], Ringo playing a pair of bongos (5); Ringo with a model ship (5); Opening fan mail (3); a man (unknown) arriving with presents (2) and a man (unknown) sat alongside Ringo's bed (5)
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On the 3rd June 1964 Ringo was taken ill with tonsillitis, and hospitalised at the University College Hospital, London, resulting in him missing the beginning of the band's imminent tour. He would eventually fly-out to Australia on the 14th.
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