A collection of early photographs of the Beatles intended for the Clinton Presidential Library has been stolen. A suitcase reportedly containing Beatles memorabilia, that was stolen from George Harrison's sister Lou has been recovered by the police, but the photographs are missing.
According to rate the music, the only item left inside is a personal telephone directory. Her driver's license, social security card and credit cards are yet to be recovered.
The stolen photographs were all copies that she signs and sells for 5 dollar a piece for charity, informs New Kerala.
According to Reuters, &to=http://english.pravda.ru/world/2001/12/01/22620.html' target=_blank>George Harrison, the Beatles' legendary lead guitarist whose compositions with the group included "Taxman," "Here Comes the Sun" and "Something," died of cancer in Los Angeles in December 2001.
His sister said she felt the stolen items should be in the Clinton library, which opens next month, because of the former president's fondness for the legendary British musicians.
"I feel that, really, Clinton is the Beatle president," Harrison said. "I thought maybe if I could house them at the Clinton library, they could be on display, that all the Beatle people could enjoy seeing them."