“33 1/3 and his dad”: George Harrison and his father, Harold, Friar Park, 1976, photographed by Bob Cato for Thirty-Three & 1/3. Please pardon the dodgy quality cell phone image, snapped from my vinyl copy of the album!
“Once when I was eight or nine years old, Mr. Lyons… a teacher, caned me and got me on the wrist. It was swollen and when I got home, I tried to hide it but my father saw it and the next day he came down to the school and Mr. Lyons was called out of the class and my dad ‘stuck one’ on him.” - George Harrison, I Me Mine [x]
“George has got a lot to thank his parents for, for the way he is today. Even up to last year  they were very protective of him, because they knew he was vulnerable, a trusting soft-natured person. They worried a great deal about him and I don’t think he knows how much. I know it’s true from things they said. They worried constantly, I’m sure he was never aware of it. If he had known how much they worried about him, he’d have been amazed.” - Irene Harrison, I Me Mine [x; xx]
“[In terms of support through the incredible fame and pressure of Beatlemania] George always had his father in the background, and his mother, they were both really sweet people.” - Klaus Voormann, SR2 German radio interview, 19 January 2004 [x]