You can read books in their entirety for free from your computer desktop using GoogleBooks.

These are the books I found available to read about Liberace:

Liberace An American Boy By: Darden Asbury Pyron

The Wonderful Private World of Liberace By: Liberace

Not the complete book but has many of the best passages!!!!


Contributions about Liberace in other sources:

New York Magazine – March 26, 1984 Article

Las Vegas a Pictorial Celebration Liberace’s contribution to Las Vegas in pictures

Historical Dictionary of the 1940s – Liberace’s Musical Life in the 1940s

The Politics and Poetics of Camp – By Moe Meyer

Barris Cars of the Stars

Night Life: Liberace will Soar like Peter Pan over the Radio City Music Hall Stage – New York Magazine 1986 Fall Preview Issue

The Gay 100: A Ranking of the Most Influential Gay Men by: Paul Russell

The Secret Life of Siegfried and Roy by: Jim Mydlach, Jim Lavery, Louis Mydlach, Lou Mydlach, Henrietta Tiefenthaler

With amusement for all: a history of American popular culture since 1830 By LeRoy Ashby

1985 Weekly World News Ad for Liberace Anniversary Collection

Free Gift Inside!!: Forget the Customer. Develop Marketease By Stephen Brown

Alice Cooper, Golf Monster: A Rock ‘n’ Roller’s Life and 12 Steps to … By Alice Cooper, Kent Zimmerman

Billboard Magazine March 30th 1985

Cheech & Chong: The Unauthorized Autobiography By Tommy Chong

Graceland: going home with Elvis By Karal Ann Marling

Don’t Hassel the Hoff: The Autobiography By David Hasselhoff, Peter Thompson

When Blanche Met Brando: The Scandalous Story of “A Streetcar Named Desire” By Sam Staggs

I, Doll: Life and Death with the New York Dolls By Arthur Kane, Barbara Kane

Tab Hunter Confidential: The Making of a Movie Star By Tab Hunter, Eddie Muller


Please honor the legacy of Lee Liberace by asking that a stamp be commissioned in his honor.

To get Lee on a stamp – it will take a stamp! The stamp committee does not accept email, electronic petitions, or any form of non-mail communication.

The official address to send this request to including why you believe Liberace should be honored with a stamp goes to:

Citizens’ Stamp Advisory Committee
c/o Stamp Development
U.S. Postal Service
1735 North Lynn St., Suite 5013
Arlington, VA 22209-6432

Many of us no longer go to the post office on a regular basis or even buy stamps. There is another non-email option that will get your message in the hands of the USPS for just $1.00.

Easy letter sender which is linked from USPS will take your message, print it out, put it in an envelope, put on postage, and mail it for you – for just $1.00. So you can be just 10 minutes away from sharing with USPS Citizen’s Stamp Advisory Committee why Liberace should be on a stamp!

Click here to send an easy letter for just $1.00.

Either way – your snail mail or automated mail – getting the word out that Liberace a true American Icon should be honored with a stamp is easy and you will feel great having taken the time to promote his cultural legacy.