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Elvis: 'Through The Lens Of Phillip Harrington' Hardcover Book from FTD


By: Elvis Australia
Source: FTD
January 11, 2019
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Following up from the excellent 'Rebel With A Cause' and 'The Wild One' in 2018, Elvis: 'Through The Lens Of Phillip Harrington' includes more than 350 photos. Over 150 unpublished from the original negatives of Phillip Harrington. A bonus CD features Elvis live at Robinson Memorial Auditorium, Little Rock, Arkansas, May 16, 1956.

In 1956, Harrington briefly toured with Elvis Presley for a story that he and Gerry Zimmerman published in Look Magazine. They went to three shows: Detroit (May 25, 1956), Columbus (May 26), and Dayton (May 27). They also photographed the Presley family at home at 1034 Audubon Drive, Memphis. These are some great candid photos.

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