Bob Bonis/The Bob Bonis ArchiveLimited-edition prints of 22 rare candid photos taken of The Beatles and The Rolling Stones while they toured the U.S. during the mid-1960s will go up for bid tomorrow to raise money for the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Los Angeles organization. The images were snapped by the late Bob Bonis, who served as the tour manager of both groups during their first few visits to the States.

The collection includes shots of various band members on stage and backstage at concerts, in the recording studio, traveling on planes and lounging at hotels. Among the pics are photos of The Beatles clowning around at a Bel Air, California, mansion they rented during their 1964 tour, and of a shirtless Mick Jagger checking out a copy of Bob Dylan‘s Bringing It All Back Home album while at the pool of a Savannah, Georgia, motor lodge in 1965.

The sale, which marks the first time that these photos will be available to the public, will be held at The Beverly Hilton as part of the charity’s annual The Big Bash! fundraiser. You also can bid on the prints via a silent auction by visiting BBBSLA.org. Billboard helped curate the sale, and has posted an online gallery of the pics that will be available.

Bonis’ photo collection was put together by Frank Marion, curator of The Bob Bonis Archive. In 2008, Marion, with help from Bob’s family, began poring through more than 5,000 unpublished images that had been stored in the Bonis’ basement to create the collection.

“While The Beatles and The Stones are among the most photographed celebrities in history, there really are almost no photographs available to the public taken from an insider’s perspective,” Marion tells Billboard. “These photos show them as real people.”

He adds, “These photos transport you back to that moment in time, as if you were a fly on the wall — or The Beatles’ or The Rolling Stones’ tour manager.”

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