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Elvis at 21: Photographs By Alfred Wertheimer, April 20 - June 13, 2010



ALFRED WERTHEIMER  (American, 1929-), Going Home, 1956. © Alfred Wertheimer. All rights reserved.

ALFRED WERTHEIMER  (American, 1929-), Elvis, Steve Allen and The Basset Hound, 1956. © Alfred Wertheimer. All rights reserved.

ALFRED WERTHEIMER  (American, 1929-), Washroom, No Towels, 1956. © Alfred Wertheimer. All rights reserved. 

ALFRED WERTHEIMER(American, 1929-), Kneeling at the Mosque, 1956. © Alfred Wertheimer. All rights reserved.

Elvis at 21: Photographs by Alfred Werthheimer was developed by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service, Govinda Gallery, and the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery, and is made possible through the generous support of HISTORY™.


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