The Tallahassee Museum opened the Grace and Grit exhibit, which featured Elvis photography from the CBS photo archives.
The 33 black and white photos on display show Elvis in his younger years.
Fans of “The King” had a chance to check out other items owned by Elvis, such as clothing and accessories he wore to perform.
Patrick Sebastian, an Elvis tribute artist, said, "He was just a one of a kind. No one is going to be like Elvis ever again. His name is not difficult to remember. It's not difficult to keep his memory going on forever and forever. Basically, he is the American legend."
The first 50 people dressed like Elvis received free admission. The exhibit started Sunday and will last until October 29.
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