Due for pre-order is "Elvis On Tour 1970 Volume 2" from Kieran Davis. According to the site it is a "comprehensive review of the November tour of 1970. With140 pages, many new and unpublished photographs, and new fan stories".
From the website:
Elvis On Tour 1970 Volume 2' is in the final proofing stage and will be available shortly. If you would like to place an order for this book then be sure to let us know as once
again the initial print run will be limited to less than 500 copies.
The book is the same length and format as On Tour November 1971 (140 pages) and all our other books, with the same quality printing and contents. If you have our other books you know exactly what to expect. There are new photos and new stories, plus a great 'California Adventure' describing the quest to get tickets and see all of Elvis' shows that were held in California in November of 1970.
Contract For Sale
Up for auction from "Got To have It" auctions is the contract used in the purchase of the Graceland Mansion.
From the site:
This original contract used in the purchase of Graceland, is signed by Elvis Presley's father Vernon Presley. The original contract was created to acknowlege the use of two brokers, each is named on the contract. Each page measures 8 X 14.
The agreement shows that Elvis (Vernon) put down a $1000.00 deposit on the purchase of Graceland, and that the purchase price was a total of $102,500.00. This was ultimately made up of a $10,000.00 cash payment, the trade of the Presley’s Audubon Drive home for $55,000.00, and a mortgage over Graceland.
On Saturday, March 17, 1957, Vernon Presley called local Memphis real estate agent, Virginia Grant, and asked her what properties she had that they could look at to purchase on behalf of their son, Elvis Presley. Grant wasted no time, and showed them two properties that day, leaving Graceland to last. By 6pm, she had drawn up a provisional sales agreement for Vernon to sign and the deal was put in place for what has become as much a part of Elvis as anything else you will see.
Julien's announced the exclusive fall online Entertainment Auction 2014. The catalogue features Elvis Presley on the cover.
Julien’s Auctions presents a unique online only entertainment auction that will occur twice a year in the Spring and Fall prior to our premier live auctions. This timed auction will run from Friday, September 5th through Monday, September 22nd, 2014. This wide-ranging sale includes items from vintage and contemporary Hollywood, Rock n’ Roll, and everything Entertainment! You will have an opportunity to bid on Marilyn Monroe photographs, Phyllis Diller original artwork, Michael Jackson signed memorabilia, Jackson 5ive, Elvis Presley, David Hasselhoff, Debbie Reynolds, Cyd Charisse, Greta Garbo personal and professional items, Rick Griffin artwork, Frank Sinatra, Fran Drescher, and much more!
(Source: FECC / The Elvis Presley Show / ElvisMatters / Gotta Have It / Julien's)