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Courtesy photo As a 5-year-old, Margaret Ann Hollis (Margie Crawford) and her mother joined a throng greeting Elvis Presley when his train stopped at Union Station in April, 1960. Presley, traveling to Los Angeles to film "GI Blues," spotted Margie and said, “Hand her here.” "Time stopped. He was just so nice," said Margaret Ann Hollis Crawford of her April 19, 1960, encounter with the King. "I did not wash my face for a long period of time."

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