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Happy Birthday, Paul McCartney: 70 Iconic Images for 70 Years

by James Kaplan
In honor of Paul McCartney's 70th birthday on June 18, LightBox culled various photography archives to feature 70 iconic images of the Beatle—one for each year of his life.
  • Maria Andreacchi

    British pop band The Beatles, aka John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr, staging their final, legendary public performance on the rooftop of the Apple Corps HQ at 3 Saville Row in London, January 30th 1969.

  • Renee Louise

    The Beatles on Apple rooftop

  • Brittany Terry

    Happy Birthday, Paul McCartney: 70 Iconic Images for 70 YearsLightBox - LightBox

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