Presley photo to be auctioned for hospital

Presley photo to be auctioned for hospital

A print of Alfred Wertheimer’s famous photo of Elvis Presley, titled The Kiss, will be auctioned at a Friends Without Borders fundraiser for Siem Reap’s Angkor Hospital for Children on October 25 at the chic Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel.

The famous Presley photo that will be auctioned has a rich history, according to Vanity Fair which said: “Elvis Presley was often in the company of mysterious women, but perhaps none so famously mysterious as the blonde in black in the widely reproduced The Kiss photograph, taken backstage before a concert in Richmond, Virginia, in the summer of 1956.”


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