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Photos put visitors in room with John, Yoko

In May 1969, John and Yoko staged an eight-day "bed-in" at the Queen Elizabeth Hotel in Montreal. Here, they sing "Give Peace a Chance" with bed-in visitors Tommy Smothers, on the guitar; Timothy Leary and his wife, Rosemary, on lower left, and Judy Marcioni Steinberg, a friend of Smothers, on the right. (Copyright Joan Athey/Peaceworks Now Productions)
In May 1969, John and Yoko staged an eight-day "bed-in" at the Queen Elizabeth Hotel in Montreal. Here, they sing "Give Peace a Chance" with bed-in visitors Tommy Smothers, on the guitar; Timothy Leary and his wife, Rosemary, on lower left, and Judy Marcioni Steinberg, a friend of Smothers, on the right. (Copyright Joan Athey/Peaceworks Now Productions)
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If you are old enough to remember the 1960s, “Give Peace a Chance” could melt your heart or cause youthful memories to tumble into consciousness. Walking in the gallery door, there’s the stirring sound of John Lennon’s anti-war anthem for the ages. Then, before that door shuts behind you, we see them: John and Yoko, two hairy hippies hanging out in bed together in flowing white pajamas, like apostles for peace. At the new 12 ...


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