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Memphis Elvis Style by Cindy Hazen, Mike Freeman

Memphis Elvis Style

Description : A tour of Elvis Presley's home town visits such locations as his homes, the school and churches he attended, and the recording studio where he made his first record

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Authors : Cindy Hazen, Mike Freeman

Published Date : 1997

Publisher : John F. Blair, Publisher

ISBN : 0895871734

Page : 244 Pages

Categories : Travel

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Filesize: 8 MB

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