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Elvis Presley US Army ID card


Elvis Presley US Army ID card


ITEM: Elvis Presley US Army ID card

History: Elvis Presley served in the United States Army between March 1958 and March 1960. At the time of his draft he was one of the most well-known names in the world of entertainment.. Before entering the U.S. Army, Elvis had caused national outrage with his sexually charged performances and rock and roll music. Many parents, religious leaders, and teachers groups saw his draft, removing him from public view, as a positive thing. Despite being offered the chance to enlist in Special Services to entertain the troops and live in priority housing, Presley decided to serve as a regular soldier. This earned him the respect of many of his fellow soldiers and people back home who had previously viewed him in a negative light. This was the final ID card issued to him at the end of his service.

Description: exact replica of original card. Made of cardboard and printed on both front and back, has round corners and is laminated. Photo is printed on photographic paper and glued on card.

Price: 20,00




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