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Pictured: Mrs Harrison wrote about key events in the Beatles' career - tours, the premier of Help!, being awarded MBEs, the disastrous trip to Manilla in the Philippines and the changes to the 'Butcher' cover sleeve, among others.
A collection of letters George Harrison's mother wrote to a Beatles fan over a five-year period has emerged for sale.
Louise Harrison wrote to super fan Lorraine O'Malley from August 1964 until her death in 1970, sharing notable events in the band and Harrison's life like the band getting MBEs and her son's marriage to Pattie Boyd.
Mrs O'Malley, who started writing as a star-struck 16-year-old, kept the letters safely stored in a safety deposit box for the next 50 years.
She has now decided to put the 55 letters up for sale with Omega Auctions, based in Merseyside, with an estimate of £6,000.