Eric Cash’s “The Introduction”

I was recently able to do a brief interview with Eric Cash and with his permission post his pictures on my website.
I’m sure you’ve seen his picture called “The Introduction” which depicts the first meeting of John Lennon and Paul McCartney some 52 years ago at the Woolton Village Fete. But did you know that Eric also created some other wonderful pics of the Beatles?
You can see them all and read the interview I did with him on my new website page here:
http://www.the-beatles-history.com/eric-cash.html

Enjoy

Woody

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