Early career of Elvis Presley
Photographer Alfred Wertheimer took a picture of early career of Elvis. Wertheimer received an order from RCA Victor for shooting of coming singer and no one suspected that someday these photos would be sensation.
Elvis and Barbara Hearn in the living room. Elvis plays his recordings to ex lover made in New York. 1034 Audubon Drive, Memphis, Tennessee, July 4, 1956.
A kiss. Theatre Mosque, Richmond, Virginia, June 30, 1956.
Goodbye America, Hello Germany! – Elvis arrives in the port of Brooklyn, where he and 6,000 soldiers depart for service in Germany, 22 September 1958.
Elvis with soldiers on the ship “USS RANDALL”. Elvis throws a pack of his photos with autographs to fans at the pier, where at that time a military band performs Presley’s hits, Brooklyn port, New York, September 22, 1958.
Elvis Presley gives a concert at the stadium Rossvud Park – Memphis, Tennessee, July 4, 1956.
Grim – Elvis seriously preparing for his speech on television. New York, March 17, 1956.
The waitress in the dining room at Jefferson. Richmond, Virginia, June 30, 1956.
In the men’s clothing store in Broadway in New York – Elvis pondering about buying a shirt, but didn’t decided to buy it, New York, March 17, 1956
Elvis and his band performing the song BLUE SUEDE SHOES. Studio CBS, New York, March 17, 1956
Elvis at the service entrance, surrounded by his fans after the performance on the show brothers Dorsey, New York, March 17, 1956
Arriving at the rehearsal in the center of Manhattan, Elvis sits on the piano to sing a few songs that help him relax. Rehearsal Steve Allen Show, June 29, 1956
Elvis and his companion Barbara Gray going to theater Mosque, Richmond, Virginia, 1956
Elvis with his companion Barbara Gray behind the scenes Theatre Mosque, Richmond, Virginia, June 30, 1956
After two concerts in Richmond, Elvis returned to New York by night train in order to appear in the show the next day Siwa Allen, 30 June 1956
The theater HUDSON Elvis meets fan, who came from Long Island to see her idol, New York, July 1, 1956