Lost Elvis photos going on display at Graceland
MEMPHIS (AP) — Recently rediscovered photos of Elvis Presley performing in New York City in 1972 are going on display at Graceland.
Managers of the Graceland tourist complex at Presley’s former Memphis residence say they are putting the photos on display beginning Friday at their Sincerely Elvis Museum.
George Kalinsky, a photographer for Madison Square Garden for 40 years, said he discovered the pictures while working on a billboard project called “Great Moments in New York.”
The pictures, taken by Kalinsky, show Presley performing in a white jumpsuit and cape.
Graceland managers say 20 of the photos will be displayed for the first time in public as part of an exhibit called “Elvis Jumpsuits: All Access.”
Information from: The Commercial Appeal, http://www.commercialappeal.com
Published in The Messenger 5.26.08