Although the Top Ten Club is not mentioned on this document, this salary receipt was found at that address, 136 Reeperbahn, Hamburg, in an accounts ledger, some years later. The period covered by this receipt represents the Beatles' eleventh week of their gruelling 13-week engagement at the Top Ten Club. The hours were long and the salaries modest. According to the terms of their agreement with the club's owner, Peter Eckhorn, they were required to perform between 7.00pm and 2.00am, Monday to Friday, from 7.00pm to 3.00am on Saturdays and from 6.00pm to 1.00am on Sundays, with 15-minute break every hour. They also had their all-in accommodation thrown-in...dingy - old army bunk-beds in the attic four flights above the club... for 35DM [£3] per day. As with their first trip to Hamburg, this second engagement had an enormously beneficial effect on the group's performance and technique. As Mark Lewisohn remarked..."13 weeks at the Top Ten club, playing a staggering total of 503 hours on stage over 92 nights...It was little wonder then that...their stamina and musical versatility improved dramatically as the visit wore on. When they returned to Liverpool in July they were simply untouchable."