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Graceland - An American Treasure [electronic resource]

As the second-most-visited home in America after the White House, Elvis Presley's Memphis estate, Graceland, stands as a monument to the King of Rock ’n’ Roll and a symbol of his remarkable rise out of poverty to become one of the greatest music legends ever. But the 23-room mansion also serves as an emotional gathering place for Elvis fans, who honor their idol with celebrations like Elvis Week, held every August on the anniversary of his death in 1977. Now, Graceland: An American Treasure takes you on an intimate tour of the place that inspired and protected Elvis and his family. With more than 150 photos, get a peek at Elvis' favorite rooms and the sprawling $45 million "Elvis In Memphis" entertainment complex while learning more about the roots of Memphis soul music that inspired him.
[Place of publication not identified] : A360 Media, LLC, [date of publication not identified]
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Graceland - An American Treasure
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