Photographer George Kalinsky was asked to go through his collection of Elvis photos for a recent exhibition. When he did, he found almost 100 never seen-before-seen images of Elvis Presley performing at New York's Madison Square Garden. Kalinsky said, "I thought I had eight or 10 good photos, but I found four rolls of film. It was mind-boggling. I'd totally forgotten that I'd taken that many."
Presley's estate calls the photos "iconic" and the collection will go to Graceland for exhibition. A rep told the New York Daily News, "This is an incredible and rare find. It is as if George found a treasure chest of never before seen Elvis photos."
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Thursday, April 10, 2008
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