It’s A Fair Exchange by Alfred Wertheimer

It’s A Fair Exchange

After a long 27 hour train trip from New York to
Memphis Elvis receives a clean pair of Jockey
shorts from his mother Gladys and she gets a
kiss on the cheek in exchange. 1034 Audubon
Dr., Memphis, TN, July 4, 1956.
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The Shadow Man <div>Elvis has Breakfast</div><div>While Waiting to</div><div>Change Trains</div> <div>“They sure know</div><div>what I mean up</div><div>there.”</div>