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Presley Family & Friends Cookbook: A Cookbook and Memory Book from Those Who Knew Elvis Best

Presley Family & Friends Cookbook: A Cookbook and Memory Book from Those Who Knew Elvis Best

N°2 Jimmy knew he was the brother of Elvis Presley, who was adopted by t...

N°2 Jimmy knew he was the brother of Elvis Presley, who was adopted by t...

Jimmy knew he was the brother of Elvis Presley, who was adopted by the E...

Jimmy knew he was the brother of Elvis Presley, who was adopted by the E...

'The night before he was to leave', she said, 'he asked, 'Would you like to go back with me? I need someone who speaks German to go through the fan mail?'  Elisabeth worked primarily with Elvis' father, Vernon Presley, and soon learned she was one of several Elvis girlfriends. 'I kind of knew this was not the average person', she said. 'I knew this was the way it is. I just sort of accepted it. Millions of girls all over the world would have loved to have my job'.  Elisabeth Stefaniak

'The night before he was to leave', she said, 'he asked, 'Would you like to go back with me? I need someone who speaks German to go through the fan mail?' Elisabeth worked primarily with Elvis' father, Vernon Presley, and soon learned she was one of several Elvis girlfriends. 'I kind of knew this was not the average person', she said. 'I knew this was the way it is. I just sort of accepted it. Millions of girls all over the world would have loved to have my job'. Elisabeth Stefaniak

Memphis, Poplar Avenue, in front of S&S drugstore, 1949. Elvis leaving S&S drug store in Memphis circa 1949. As he was leaving..a lady that knew Elvis and his family was getting ready to go into the drug store.. and get a roll of film developed She saw Elvis..and told Elvis to pose for a photo..because she had one photo left on the roll..and didn't want it to go to waste She took Elvis' photo..and then walked inside, and dropped off the film to be developed.

Memphis, Poplar Avenue, in front of S&S drugstore, 1949. Elvis leaving S&S drug store in Memphis circa 1949. As he was leaving..a lady that knew Elvis and his family was getting ready to go into the drug store.. and get a roll of film developed She saw Elvis..and told Elvis to pose for a photo..because she had one photo left on the roll..and didn't want it to go to waste She took Elvis' photo..and then walked inside, and dropped off the film to be developed.

The King on The Road.  Robert Gordon:  "A 14 year old female fan reported to Louisville journalist: "I knew weeks in advance that today would be the greatest day of my life.  I planned for it and I was one of the first to get tickets.  Two weeks ago, I started trying to get hold of handcuffs.  I thought I'd go up to Elvis after the show for his autograph, when he reached out I'd snap the cuffs and we'd be sealed together...but nobody in town would sell me handcuffs."

The King on The Road. Robert Gordon: "A 14 year old female fan reported to Louisville journalist: "I knew weeks in advance that today would be the greatest day of my life. I planned for it and I was one of the first to get tickets. Two weeks ago, I started trying to get hold of handcuffs. I thought I'd go up to Elvis after the show for his autograph, when he reached out I'd snap the cuffs and we'd be sealed together...but nobody in town would sell me handcuffs."

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Elvis, Witch, and Warlock were the three cats who played the part of Salem throughout the series. | 19 Surprising Facts About "Sabrina, The Teenage Witch" We Bet You Never Knew

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