In 1956, freelance photographer Alfred Wertheimer was assigned to photograph Elvis Presley who, at the time, had already recorded "Heartbreak Hotel" but he was nowhere close to becoming a cultural icon he still is even after death today. The result, several candid and never before seen shots of the man behind the image, showcased here for your viewing and crafting pleasure.
From a profile shot of Elvis reading the papers to a more contemplative look of a young man aligning himself with his destiny, Elvis In The 50's Novelty captures the person and the star in assorted snap shops tossed and repeated against a star filled aqua backdrop offering plenty of print per yard for your next themed project.
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with other novelty fabrics
or solid broadcloth to make everything from Hawaiian shirts, boxers, and lounge wear, to laminated pins, lampshades, quilts, music room decor and more!