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    Elvis Presley Sahara Tahoe Souvenir Menus (1971-73). Two souvenir menus from Elvis' first two engagements at the Sahara Tahoe. The first from 1971, "Elvis Summer Festival Sahara Tahoe", measures 9" x 12", and opens to reveal a 2-page menu. It's in VG+ condition, with just minimal wear along the edges. The second menu is from 1973, and is shaped like an LP record, 10" in diameter. The simulated record label says, "ELVIS May 4 thru 20 SAHARA TAHOE". It, too, opens to a 2-page menu. The back cover, the flip-side of the 'record' front, has a picture of Elvis performing, apparently at a Hawaiian engagement. It's in VG condition, with only a 3" crease on the front keeping it from NM- grade.

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    October, 2007
    6th-7th Saturday-Sunday
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