The Beatles and their wives at the Rishikesh in India with the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi in February of 1968
John Lennon and Paul McCartney of the Beatles announce their business venture, Apple Corps, Ltd., at a news conference in New York City on May 14, 1968.
Ringo Starr and George Harrison pose with a Blue Meanie from their film Yellow Submarine on July 8, 1968 in London.
Mad Day Out (1968 photo-shoot)
John and George Abbey Road Studios
Mad Day Out photo shoot, (1968)
Tired of being shopkeepers, The Beatles’ members give away thousands of pounds worth of Apple stock in Baker Street, London, on July 31, 1968.
George and Ringo chow down in the control room at Abby Road Studios (1968)
George, unknown and Paul, White Album Sessions, Abbey Road Studios (1968)
Mal Evans, Ringo and John, White Album Sessions, Abbey Road Studios (1968)
George Martin, John, Ringo and session musicians, Abbey Road Studios (1968)
Life Magazine, (September 1968)
Rolling Stone Magazine, (December 1968)
The Beatles performing “Hey Jude” on the David Frost Show (1968)
Abby Road Studios control room.
Abbey Road Studio 2
John and Paul announcing Apple, New York (1968)
Mad Day Out photo-shoot (London 1968)
John, Paul and George, Twickenham Studios, London,n (1968)
John and Yoko Ono, Twickenham Studios, London, 1968
September 1968 cover of Helen Gurley Brown’s ill-fated underground magazine