I just spotted this one recently. From the Reunion in '94/'95. Just a wonderful picture of the hatchet finally being buried after 25 years between Paul & George, with Ringo looking on. And some photos of John from the Let It Be sessions in the background.
My guess: He's on the other side of the picnic table, 2nd from right. His arms are folded and he's resting his head on them as he looks at the camera. A blonde-haired girl is on the right end next to him. Would this be his sister Louise?
Close henryj & pothos. This picture of the Harrison clan was taken in 1945 when George was two. He is 4th from the right in the front row. Sister Louise is holding him so he won't fall, then brothers Peter and Harry.
Just curious: In what part of 1945 was this picture taken? After the war ended (WWII) or while it was still raging? If it was after the war ended, are there any returning soldiers in the picture?
Thanks! That's in interesting picture.
About 40 years ago there was a book about reading pictures, where psychologists could tell things about people just by looking at them in group photographs. I haven't seen anything about the book or its concept since then. May have been bunk.
According to the caption with the photo it was taken on V E Day 1945 in Liverpool. So that would be May 8, 1945, when most families celebrated the ending of the war. Notice there are no men in the photo. Also of note Louise is still living and is 86. She was 14 in the photo.