Elvis Presley Photos: Gladys, Vernon & Elvis Presley

Gladys Presley with Elvis
Gladys Presley with Elvis.

Gladys Presley's Parents - Bob and Doll Smith - Day of Wedding September 19, 1903
Gladys Presley's Parents - Bob and Doll Smith - Day of Wedding September 19, 1903.

Elvis with his Mother - Memphis - 1034 Audubon Drive - July 4, 1956
Elvis with his Mother : Memphis - 1034 Audubon Drive - July 4, 1956.

Elvis with his Mother - Memphis - 1034 Audubon Drive - July 4, 1956
Elvis with his Mother : Memphis : 1034 Audubon Drive - July 4, 1956.

Vernon, Elvis and Gladys Presley Tupelo Mississippi
Vernon, Elvis and Gladys Presley Tupelo Mississippi.

Vernon, Elvis & Gladys Presley March 24, 1958
Vernon, Elvis & Gladys Presley March 24, 1958.

Elvis, kisses his mother goodbye before reporting to the Memphis Draft Board, where he and twelve other recruits are inducted into the US Army.
Vernon, Elvis & Gladys Presley March 24, 1958.

Elvis, kisses his mother goodbye before reporting to the Memphis Draft Board,where he and twelve other recruits are inducted into the US Army. Elvis was assigned army serial number 53 310 761.

Flanked by his parents, Gladys & Vernon, Elvis Presley reported for Army duty to the Draft Board office in the M &M Building at 198 South Main about 6:30 a.m. March 24, 1958. After undergoing processing and a physical at Kennedy Veterans Hospital, he and other inductees would board a bus for Fort Chaffee, Arkansas later that afternoon. By the 28th, Elvis arrived at Fort Hood, Texas where he would undergo six months training before shipping off to Germany. His mother would die before he completed training.

Flanked by his parents, Gladys & Vernon, Elvis Presley reported for Army duty to the Draft Board office in the M &M Building at 198 South Main about 6:30 a.m. March 24, 1958. After undergoing processing and a physical at Kennedy Veterans Hospital, he and other inductees would board a bus for Fort Chaffee, Arkansas later that afternoon. By the 28th, Elvis arrived at Fort Hood, Texas where he would undergo six months training before shipping off to Germany. His mother would die before he completed training.

Elvis Presley at the draft board with his parents, Gladys and Vernon Presley in 1958. Elvis reported for Army duty to the Draft Board office in the M &M Building at 198 South Main about 6:30 a.m. March 24, 1958. After undergoing processing and a physical at Kennedy Veterans Hospital, he and other inductees would board a bus for Fort Chaffee, Arkansas later that afternoon. By the 28th, Elvis arrived at Fort Hood, Texas where he would undergo six months training before shipping off to Germany. His mother would die before he completed training.

Gladys Presleys Coffin Forest Hills Cemetery August 1958

Gladys Presleys Coffin Forest Hills Cemetery August 1958.
Gladys Presleys Coffin Forest Hills Cemetery August 1958.

Elvis at Forrest Hill visiting Gladys grave
Elvis at Forrest Hill visiting Gladys grave.

Vernon visiting Elvis on family day at Fort Hood
Vernon visiting Elvis on family day at Fort Hood.

Above, Vernon Presley places a rose on his son's grave Nov. 24, 1977, as news people were permitted inside the grounds at Graceland in Memphis, Tenn., for the first time since Elvis' funeral.

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