Elvis Presley's Graceland : April, 1962
Photos of Graceland - April, 1962 taken by Tony Douglas - Australia.
In May 2008 we published these photos of Graceland from April, 1962 taken by Tony Douglas from Australia. Joseph Pirzada [MRS] promptly saw the value of these unique images and it was promptly arranged back then that they would appear in his planned Graceland Through The Years 1957-1977 book.
Now four  years later the book is set for release late next month, we thought you would like to take look at these again or for the first time if you did not in '08. Boxcar Enterprises [MRS] will release the book; Graceland Through The Years 1957-1977 at the end of June. Several years in the making this will be one very essential book for every Elvis fan with 450 pages including 1000 photos with many never before published, informative text, original purchase documents and blueprints in hardcover within a deluxe book cardboard sleeve. [Boxcar is the new official label run by our good friends at MRS, (Joseph Pirzada) your guarantee of high quality workmanship.] View the promo video and book cover. Pre-order now.
Originally Published : February 14, 2008
Updated : May 10, 2012
Pre-order : Graceland Through The Years 1957-1977 book.
Please not these photos were published 'as is' and have been cleaned up for book publication.
Graceland Gates - April, 1962
Graceland - April, 1962
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