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RCA Victor Reference Recording Acetate for Elvis Presley's Special
The offered 12-inch acetate is a most likely unique, customized 1968 version of the rare 1967 RCA record Special Palm Sunday Programming that was distributed only to radio stations and presented as a "Complete half-hour radio program with spot announcements and selections from the RCA Victor album 'How Great Thou Art.'" In 1967, the Colonel masterminded the half hour broadcast to be delivered and aired on hundreds of stations on Palm Sunday. The record was a complete broadcast with announcements between songs from the newly released Elvis album "How Great Thou Art." The offered acetate, however, hails from one year later, and has been customized for the George Cameron Station for Palm Springs, CA, KDES 92, and features the voice of local DJ Gene Thayer handling the announcements between songs. The introduction of the show states that "this special program for the Easter season is brought to you by Elvis and the Colonel with the hope that you and your family will find happiness and peace during this most sacred of seasons and on this day of national memorial for the late Reverend Martin Luther King." The memorial fell on Palm Sunday in 1968, and apparently the folks at the Palm Springs station thought the Elvis special was the perfect fit, leaving us with perhaps the only known copy of this one-of-a-kind Elvis record. The acetate's label lists only "Elvis" on Side 1, and on Side 2 it says, "Elvis Palm Springs 'Palm Sunday' Show - 1968" The record does contain the whole 30 minute program with the unique KDES announcements. Interestingly, side two ends with about 35 seconds of The Beatles "Lady Madonna," also indicating its 1968 vintage. Accompanied by a letter of authenticity from Graceland Authenticated. The Auction at Graceland
Elvis Concert Buttons, Passes and Patch
A great collection of period concert memorabilia. Included are eight colorful fabric button stickers that read "In Concert, Elvis, Building Personnel" three unused yellow, three unused blue, one unused green and one used yellow. Also included are a yellow metal button reading "Elvis In Person 293" with spring clip back fixture, four blank heavyweight paper badges reading "Elvis Presley Concert TCB," and one black, red and white "Elvis In Concert" embroidered patch. The fabric stickers measure approximately 3 1/4 inch (8.3 cm) diameter, yellow metal button approximately 2 inch (5.1 cm) diameter, paper identification badges measure approximately 3 by 3 9/16 inches (7.6 x 9 cm) and patch measures approximately 4 x 5 inches (10.2 x 12.7 cm). Accompanied by a letter of authenticity from Graceland Authenticated. The Auction at Graceland
1970s Elvis Presley RCA Records Promotional and Record Production...
This compelling group of production items emanates from the family of an employee of the RCA Indianapolis Pressing Plant. The Indianapolis record manufacturing plant opened on August 5, 1939 and was the largest of the strategically located RCA plants in the United States, enabling it to deliver to distributors overnight until the plant ceased production of vinyl records in 1987. Offered is a collection of interesting 1970s exemplars from this plant along with additional promotional pieces from the same decade that includes:\n\n \n\n three (3) RCA promotional record store posters, each measuring 22 by 22 inches (55.88 x 55.88 cm), that advertise the Elvis albums Elvis in Concert, Welcome to My World and Moody Blue;\n\n an RCA/CAMDEN record store counter card promoting the 1970s re-release of Elvis' Christmas Album, measuring 12 1/2 by 12 1/2 inches (31.77 x 31.75 cm);\n\n two (2) unusual "golden" vinyl 45s, measuring 7 inches (17.78 cm) in diameter, plucked prior to labeling at the pressing plant, which include the singles "Love Me"/"I Want You, I Need You, I Love You" and "Surrender"/"It's Now or Never";\n\n a 45, measuring 7 inches (17.78 cm) in diameter, of "Always on My Mind"/"Separate Ways" on which one side of the label is misprinted and cut off, together with its original picture sleeve;\n\n five (5) unused LP center labels, each measuring 4 inches (10.16 cm) in diameter, which consist of three (3) for the 1977 album Elvis in Concert sides B, C and D, and two (2) for "Side A" and "Side B" of the 1977 album Moody Blue; and\n\n three (3) unused picture disc photos for Elvis: A Legendary Performer Volume 3-two for side B and one for side A-that would have been encased in the clear vinyl to create the picture disc effect, each measuring 11 inches (27.94 cm) in diameter.\n\n \n\nThis noteworthy collection emanating from the original RCA pressing plant is accompanied by a letter of authenticity from Graceland Authenticated. The Auction at Graceland
1959 "G.I. Blues" Letter with Elvis Presley Content Annotated and
Elvis was quick to return to work after leaving Germany. He came home to the U.S. in March of 1960 and began filming G.I. Blues that April. The film was released by Paramount in November of 1960 and reached number 14 as the top-grossing movie of 1960, bringing in $4.3 million.Offered is a standard reply letter responding to ten frequently-asked questions and covering several topics including G.I. Blues. The bottom of the letter has a handwritten notation in blue ink by Tom Diskin above his signature that states, “As yet no personal appearances have been scheduled due to heavy picture schedule.” The letter comes with the original mailing envelope with Colonel Parker logo, postmarked October 15, 1959 from Nashville with a 4-cent Lincoln stamp and mailed to the attention of Mrs. Bobbie Birchfield in Miami, Florida. The title was hand-amended in the same blue ink from “Mr.” to “Mrs.”The letter measures approximately 8 1/2 by 11 inches (21.59 x 27.94 cm) and is accompanied by an 8 by 10 inch (20.32 x 25.4 cm) full-color lobby card for G.I. Blues depicting Elvis and fellow soldier gazing at a poster for Café Europa; a pink Paramount Pictures Route Card No 5 dated May 2, 1960 with “83067 - Elvis Presley” typed in red, which measures approximately 8 1/2 by 3 inches (21.59 by 7.62 cm); an Austrian program for Café Europa/G.I. Blues measuring approximately 9 1/2 by 6 1/2 inches (24.13 by 16.51 cm); a Danish program measuring approximately 4 3/4 by 6 1/4 inches (12.06 x 15.87 cm); and a letter of authenticity from Graceland Authenticated. The Auction at Graceland
Colonel Parker's Blue Glass Ashtray From His Desk
<p>Cigarette smoking in the U.S. became fashionable in the 1950s, and half the population would partake in this custom that became the epitome of glamour. Smoking was socially acceptable, cheap and legal and it wasn't until health reports became increasingly numerous in the mid-1970s that cigarette smoking began to significantly decline. During this period when smoking was common and cool, the offered cobalt blue glass ashtray with scalloped edge sat prominently on the desk of Colonel Parker, as described in the letter from his widow Loanne Parker. The letter states, "This blue ashtray was on Colonel's desk for many years. Blue was Colonel's favorite color. The ashtray has been witness to many phone conversations with Elvis and many business deals." If only this ashtray could speak, imagine the stories it would tell! The ashtray, measuring 8 1/4 inches (20.96 cm) in diameter, comes with a letter of authenticity from Graceland Authenticated.</p> The Auction at Graceland
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