Photographer Henry Grossman has released a book including 1,000 mostly never before seen photos of the Beatles between 1964-1968, a period known as the zenith of Beatlemania. Released through Curvebender Publishing, the work entitled Places I Remember: My Time With the Beatles includes an introduction from Paul McCartney himself.

The photographer was 27 when he first photographed the Beatles for an appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show. This was the beginning of his four-year stint with the iconic band. He went on to capture over 6,000 rare images of the band members' homes and family. The book is a 528-page, 15 pound work that documents one of the biggest bands to ever hit the world. The book costs $495 and can be purchased here.