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Offered are file copies of Elvis Presley documents from the archive of his west coast Hollywood secretary in the 1950s, Trude Forsher. The pieces include: A transcript of an interview with actor Ernest Borgnine where he is complimentary to Elvis "Elvis is the young man, I don't know whether I make sense, he is the kind of young man, I don't know whether I make sense, he is the kind of young man people should get to know a little better in reality not only as a performer.";

Elvis Presley bio written in the first person, in which Elvis defends the positive effect he is having on teenagers "Many of the teen agers have found a new hobby and interest in singing and playing; when they are listening to records and dancing they are not only finding recreation that we all need, but they are staying out of trouble."; and

Bio for Elvis' back up singers, The Jordanaires. All three documents present with toning and wear from filing. Excellent condition overall.

1956 Elvis Presley Press Bios Incl. Unreleased Files Copies and Testimonial from Actor Ernest Borgnine (3 Pieces)
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Minimum Bid: $150
Final prices include buyers premium: $173
Estimate: $300 - $500
Number Bids:1
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