The expanded exhibit features never-before-seen childhood items, music memorabilia, clothing, and photos
Lisa Marie Presley is being remembered on what would've been her 56th birthday.
Elvis Presley's iconic Memphis mansion, Graceland, opened a newly expanded exhibit featuring some of Lisa Marie's never-before-seen childhood items, music memorabilia, clothing, and photos on Thursday.
The Lisa Marie: Growing Up Presley exhibit was closed for the latter half of January in preparation for the unveiling.
Now, fans can see yearbooks, school photos, report cards that belonged to Lisa Marie, her wallet from the late 1980s and some of the framed pictures she had displayed in her home.
Memorabilia from Lisa Marie's music career include tambourines she used, her gold record for 2003's To Whom It May Concern and the handwritten lyrics for the song "Weary" from her 2012 album Storm & Grace.
Joel Weinshanker, managing partner and majority owner of Elvis Presley Enterprises, said in a statement that the expanded exhibit is "amazing."
"Lisa was born in Memphis and had always called Graceland home. I remember her first seeing a quote from her dad from the original exhibit that said she was the greatest thing that had ever happened to him, and her reaction will forever be etched into my brain. I know y'all will enjoy this amazing, expanded exhibition as much as she did," Weinshanker said.
Keough is honoring her mom by working as a collaborator on her unfinished memoir, which she began working on before her death and will be released in October.
"She had been working on it for I want to say three or four years and it's just something I felt that I needed to do for her and help her complete that project. It's very bittersweet and I am happy to do that for her. I feel honored to be able to help," Keough told Variety at the 2023 Emmy Awards.
The opportunity to work on the memoir and narrate its audiobook is something Keough said in a statement has been a "privilege."
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"Few people had the opportunity to know who my mom really was, other than being Elvis's daughter. I was lucky to have had that opportunity, and working on preparing her autobiography for publication has been a privilege, albeit a bittersweet one," said Keough.
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