1966 Christmas card sent from Elvis Presley and Family.

Value $250-$300 Dollars

Back of Christmas card is blank.

1966 post date from Memphis

Its said that Elvis is the snowman and the Colonel is the Santa. Why would they do that to old Saint nick?The card is blank on the back.

The size is 7x1/2 by 6x1/2 / It came in a large envelope . it was folded down the middle to fit .The year was 1963 in December. The return address is a stamp that reads :
ELVIS PRESLEY
3764 HIGHWAY 51 SO.
MEMPHIS 10. TENN.

Very rare

value $200-$250 Dollars

CHRISTMAS CARD SENT TO BUSINESS ASSOCIATES. interior reads FROM ELVIS AND THE COLONEL

VALUE $100.00

CHRISTMAS CARD FROM THE PRESLEYS 1960,S

PERSONAL CARDS SENT OUT BY ELVIS. EXTREMLEY RARE AND HIGHLY SOUGHT AFTER .WITH ENVELOPE WITH ADDRESS ON THE BACK .

VALUE $500

 

Thank you letter sent out to fans. The letter was hand written by Priscilla and then Xeroxed. The name of the person was then written in at the top by someone at Graceland. VALUE $100

Originally from the Hill Collection.

BELOW THE ENVELOPE. THE RETURN ADDRESS READS. 3764 HWY.51. THE CANCELLATION STAMP IS MEMPHIS TENN.

A rare thank you letter sent from Elvis and Priscilla for a baby gift. Typed and then signed by Priscilla . Letter is with envelope and note the date.

Originally from the  Hill Collection.

THANK YOU AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS FROM THE PRESLEY FAMILY

ABOVE. THANK YOU CARD SENT FROM GRACELAND TO FANS THAT SENT ELVIS A GET WELL CARD IN 1973. WITH ENVELOPE . THE SIGNATURE IS A STAMP

 

 

The letter enclosed is a correspondence from Mr. Vernon Presley, father of Elvis Presley, to Mrs. Virginia Herman. Mrs. Herman resided at Virginia Avenue in Uniontown, Pennsylvania at the time. She was also the mother of Elvis fan and collector John Herman.

The text refers to an incident that happened while Elvis was on tour in 1975.

The Hermans were following Elvis and his entourage as fans did. While in a hallway waiting to have a chance to see the Rock N Roll icon Mrs. Herman was knocked to the ground by some of Elvisí bodyguards who were moving swiftly down a hallway.

In the fall Mrs. Hermanís camera was damaged. She was not hurt physically. At the time I believe that the Presley camp was dealing with fallout from Elvisí bodyguards being too physical with some people In regard to Elvisí safety.

Mr. Vernon Presley took steps to ensure that nothing would come of the event. He offered to pay for any damages. He still had concern that legal issues may arise from the incident.

He kept in contact with the Hermanís and once he realized that they were true fans and were not after monetary gain or notoriety they formed a bond. The bond was further cemented when Elvis learned that Mrs. Hermanís son, John, was a police officer in the town they lived in.

The family gained ready access to both Elvis and the Presley camp through their loyalty.

This lead to many encounters, letters & phone calls with most all the people in and around Elvis Presley as well as to Presley himself.

John Herman went on to be involved with many Elvis related moments such as recording and photographing the well known December 31, 1976 concert at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. This recording led to the shows release as a ìbootleg vinyl LP release that garnered much notoriety. That show was ultimately released on Presleyís actual record label on its subsidiary label Follow That Dream Records in 2001.

Hermans voice can also be heard on another FTD release ìDinner At Eightî as he spoke from the audience to Elvis during a performance recorded at the Las Vegas Hilton.

This letter is one of the items from John Hermans collection. It now belongs to the Elvis2001 Collection .

 

Note from Ginger Alden post August 16 1977

                                

THANK YOU LETTER FROM SANDI MILLER. VERNON'S NURSE AND FRIEND. 1978                                

    

A congratulation card sent out by Priscilla PRESLEY for someone's graduation. It also came with a hundred dollar bill. Gifted to me from DONNA Pritchett. The top of the card is embossed.

THANK YOU CARD FROM THE PRESLEY FAMILY, SENT OUT TO THOSE WHO SENT A SYMPATHY CARD. ENVELOPE DATE IS NOVEMBER 1,1977 . ONE JUST SOLD AT RECENT AUCTION FOR

$180.00 DOLLARS WITHOUT THE ENVELOPE.

 

ABOVE SOME FANS ALSO SENT SYMPATHY CARDS TO CHARLIE HODGE OVER THE DEATH OF ELVIS PRESLEY. ABOVE IS A THANK YOU CARD FROM CHARLIE TO THE FANS THAT DID.THE SIGNATURE IS A STAMP.

 

           Thank You note from Aunt Delta.

A STAMPED SIGNATURE ON POST CARD AND THANK YOU LETTER. SENT OUT IN THE LATE 70S WHILE SHE WAS ON "DALLAS" SOME THINK ITS A REAL SIGNATURE BECAUSE IT IS INDENTED IN THE POST CARD. BUT I HAVE SEVERAL AND WHEN YOU PLACE THEM SIDE BY SIDE. YOU CAN SEE THEY ARE THE SAME.

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