In the last day a heap of new photo’s have surfaced from ‘The lost weekend’ taken by Pattie Daley who was Jesse Ed Davis’ girlfriend, the above show’s the rear of the house and pool where most of the photo’s were taken, and a pic of John by the pool, and Paul inside playing John’s piano with the pool seen behind him. The photo’s are really starting to disintegrate, i hope someone gets hold of Patti, gets her a book deal and repairs the photo’s before it’s too late.

NB: This is the same house that Peter Lawford used to own, and this is where JFK used to stay and it’s said used to meet up with Marilyn Monroe.

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  1. Sara S. says:

    I am anxious to see all of her photos. And once again I have to remind everyone to never put your photographs in those magnetic albums. They literally eat away at your photographs and ruin them! It looks like that is what has happened to these treasures. If you value your photos and they are in a magnetic album, please carefully remove them today. Dental floss works great for this, by the way!

  2. Tammy says:

    Hi Sara, i knew you’d like these :-) good point about the magnetic albums, and cool tip about dental floss. Greg xoxo

  3. A Car And A Room And A Room And A Room says:

    I think the pic of John is from October – November 1973 when he was staying at Lou Adler’s house. His hair was growing back after shaving it off – see pics of he and Yoko at the Watergate hearings. Also, if you look at the other Santa Monica pics with Paul from April 1974 John’s hair has grown out.

  4. Brian says:

    Yes I remember those enormous bell-bottoms from those late 73 shots

  5. Diabolo1 says:

    also check this one out:

    kind regards,


  6. Bill says:

    Is this perhaps the time that Paul brought John news of a glimmer of hope of reconciliation with Yoko, but he had to work and prove himself to her after his prior philandering ?

  7. Tammy says:

    Now i look at it Datey i concur, i just got the pics and put them in my excitement without studying them enough.

  8. Jocelyn says:

    The real problem with the quality of these photos is that they are Polaroids – the later type where the chemical pack remains attached to the photo itself. Had they been the earlier type (where one had to pull out the photo/chemical backing and then wait 30-60 seconds to pull off the backing) they would have fared much better. This later type of Polaroid photo will undergo colour and contrast change no matter how they are stored.

    Yes, those 1980s-era self-adhering albums are bad news for photos. The old-fashioned corners stickers on some heavy stock acid-free paper works best.

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