“The Elvis Treasures,” Robert Gordon
Examining Elvis Presley’s possessions makes as much sense as examining those of King Tut — he was our boy-king, after all. A gorgeous “interactive” book assembled by historian Robert Gordon with the help of the Graceland estate, The Elvis Treasures features an hour-long CD of interviews and 22 removable documents. And those are just the bonuses. Personal letters, business contracts, invitations, greeting cards, handwritten plays for “Memphis Mafia” football games…it’s all here. And then some!