Lost images of Elvis Presley performing at New York's Madison Square Garden have been unearthed by the venue's former photographer.
George Kalinsky discovered nearly 100 never-before-seen snaps of the King of Rock 'n' Roll, after being asked to raid his collection for an exhibition.
He says: "I thought I had eight or 10 good photos, but I found four rolls of film. It was mindboggling. I'd totally forgotten that I'd taken that many."
Presley's estate has dubbed several of the shots "iconic", and the collection is heading to his former Graceland home, to be exhibited there.
Kevin Kern, a spokesperson for Elvis Presley Enterprises, tells the New York Daily News: "This is an incredible and rare find. It is as if George found a treasure chest of never before seen Elvis photos."