Graceland meets Waterloo

Cerio, Gregory
April 1993
Newsweek;4/5/1993, Vol. 121 Issue 14, p6
Reports that in April, 1993, Memphis, Tenn., home of Elvis Presley, will welcome `Napoleon,' a $9.1 million exhibit on Bonaparte that will be the largest show on the French emperor ever held in North America. Showcases more than 200 items culled from French museums.


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