Elvis Autograph – Oldest Known Elvis Presley Signature Elvis Presley Signature on Library Card Elvis collectors contacted a woman who worked as an assistant librarian at Milam Junior High School in Tupelo, Mississippi when she discovered an Elvis’ signature in a book of English Fairy Tales
Elvis signed Library Book
Elvis Autograph – The 1948 library card with Elvis signature (see below) was found by a librarian while discarding old books, according to the paper. The current bid for the card, which is being sold with a copy of the book, is $2,600, and is expected to grow to at least $4,000 when the Heritage Auction closes on August 14, two days before the 35th anniversary of the singers death.
Elvis Presley Signature on Library Card: A signed library card was found by the librarian at the school Elvis attended in Tupelo and this is one of the earliest known signatures. Once the librarian realized Elvis fame, she searched through all of the books borrowed from the library by Elvis to find his signature. This example is accompanied by a letter from the Graceland Archives the archives has no full Elvis Presley signature pre-dating the one appearing on the offered library card.
The two men that attended the same Milam Junior High that Elvis Aron Presley attended in the 1940s learned that the woman in Tupelo had been employed at the school in the 1950s came across the English Fairy Tales book
The astute Milam Junior High librarian noticed that one of the names on the checkout card which every student had to sign when borrowing a book was that of Elvis Presley! Written next to the name was the notation 7-C, signifying Elvis 7th grade homeroom class.
A further search of the library unearthed another card with the singing stars signature. Obtaining permission from the school, the excited woman took the two cards home and put them in her scrapbook.