Elvis Presley : Phoenix, AZ : September 9, 1970 When Elvis Presley appeared before 13,000 people at the veterans Memorial Coliseum, Phoenix, Arizona at 8:30 pm on Wednesday September 9, 1970, he had not toured since October 1957. After the success of those first three Las Vegas seasons, it was decided that he would go back on the road again and re-establish his ties with a wider public.

Elvis Presley : Phoenix, AZ : September 9, 1970 When Elvis Presley appeared before 13,000 people at the veterans Memorial Coliseum, Phoenix, Arizona at 8:30 pm on Wednesday September 9, 1970, he had not toured since October 1957. After the success of those first three Las Vegas seasons, it was decided that he would go back on the road again and re-establish his ties with a wider public.

Elvis Presley : First Appearance : The Ed Sullivan Show : September 9, 1956.    Viewers got to see the full Elvis - legs, hips, and all - during the second segment, when he performed the up-tempo Little Richard song 'Ready Teddy' and two verses of 'Hound Dog.'

Elvis Presley : First Appearance : The Ed Sullivan Show : September 9, 1956. Viewers got to see the full Elvis - legs, hips, and all - during the second segment, when he performed the up-tempo Little Richard song 'Ready Teddy' and two verses of 'Hound Dog.'

♡♥Elvis wears 'Thin Green Leaf' jump suit performing in Phoenix, Arizona on September 9th,1970♥♡

♡♥Elvis wears 'Thin Green Leaf' jump suit performing in Phoenix, Arizona on September 9th,1970♥♡

♍ Marjorie Lee Brown (September 9, 1914 – October 19, 1979) was a notable mathematics educator and has the distinction of being the third African American woman to earn a PhD in mathematics.  She graduated with a B.S. degree in mathematics from Howard University in 1935, a M.S. and PhD in Mathematics from the University of Michigan in 1939 and 1950 respectively.  She was a member of the faculty at North Carolina Central University in Durham, NC until 1979 when she retired.

♍ Marjorie Lee Brown (September 9, 1914 – October 19, 1979) was a notable mathematics educator and has the distinction of being the third African American woman to earn a PhD in mathematics. She graduated with a B.S. degree in mathematics from Howard University in 1935, a M.S. and PhD in Mathematics from the University of Michigan in 1939 and 1950 respectively. She was a member of the faculty at North Carolina Central University in Durham, NC until 1979 when she retired.

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