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Going Home with Elvis

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$65.00 • €48.00

ISBN 9780674865105

Publication Date: 08/16/1996

258 pages

34 line illustrations


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  • Going to Graceland
  • Mississippi
    • 1. Tupelo: Blue Lights. Shotgun Shack
    • 2. Oxford: Mr. Billy's Mansion
  • Memphis
    • 3. Main Street at Beale
    • 4. All Roads Lead Towards Home
    • 5. A Cadillac Cowboy Goes to Nashville
    • 6. New Frontiers: The Las Vegas Strip
    • 7. Route 66: Hollywood to Home
    • 8. All Aboard the Mystery Train: New York to Memphis
  • Graceland
    • 9. U.S. 51 South
    • 10. The Southern Mansion
    • 11. Heavenly Mansions
    • 12. Hollywood House
    • 13. Inside Graceland
    • 14. Elvis Exoticism: The Jungle Room
    • 15. In the Garden
    • 16. Peckerwood Palace
    • 17. Going Home
  • Sources
  • Acknowledgments

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