Police log books for the officials who safe The Beatles from hordes of screaming fanatics on their first consult with to america have long gone on show.
The information record the names of the officials who guarded the band in New York as they ready to seem on The Ed Sullivan Display in February 1964.
The consult with noticed the Fab 4 adopted by way of large crowds anyplace they went.
NYPD officer Patrick Cassidy, who discovered the logs, has donated them to Liverpool’s Magical Beatles Museum.
Detailed because the “consult with of Beatles making a song team”, the handwritten police blotter lists Sergeants O’Shea, Jones and McAuliffe, with officials Delgado, De Angelo, Lucarelli and Madden a few of the NYPD detachment taking a look after the band.
The information additionally point out The Beatles’ display at Carnegie Corridor on 12 February 1964 and an incident the place an officer used to be “knocked off steadiness” and injured out of doors the Plaza Resort whilst “making an attempt to restrain the surging crowd”.
Mr Cassidy, whose father Edward additionally served with the NYPD, stated he discovered the logs whilst looking out in police information.
“The Ed Sullivan Theatre is within the confines of my precinct, so in the future in 2013, I went into the garage house that holds those books.
“After 50 years, they blank out and ruin them, so I regarded up February ’64 and located the ebook, which might had been destroyed the next 12 months.”
Mr Cassidy stated his father had instructed him he discovered The Beatles to be “smartly dressed and smartly behaved”, including that the band had modestly assumed “the crowds out of doors the lodge have been for any person else”.
The Beatles had already hit primary in america charts once they arrived on 7 February 1964 and the degrees of anticipation surrounding their arrival had now not been noticed for the reason that days of Elvis Presley within the 1950s.
Throngs of screaming fanatics and newshounds shadowed the band’s each transfer, with police on alert for any person posing as lodge visitors or different disguises looking to get with reference to them.
Their look on The Ed Sullivan Display, which marked their US TV debut, used to be watched by way of a then report 73 million other people, with 60% of televisions within the nation tuned in to the display.