Memphis SteamLaundry by Alfred Wertheimer

Memphis Steam
Laundry

Elvis waves to the crowd upon arriving by the
sheriff’s black and white. Underneath the sign
advertising the local steam Laundry which
claims it would pay any ball player that hit the
sign $1,000. It has never been done. Russwood
Park, Memphis, TN. July 4, 1956.
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