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Marilyn Monroe - Magazines Covers - Marilyn Magazines

Tele 7 Jours - January magazine from France. Front cover of Marilyn Monroe in a publicity photo for "River of No Return", by Frank Powolny, 1954

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Marilyn Monroe in Floppy Hat with Flower Pin. Looks to be a hand tinted black and white photo. Just the perfect amount of color

Lauren Bacall et Marilyn Monroe à la première du film How to Marry a Millionaire, 1953

Lauren Bacall et Marilyn Monroe à la première du film How to Marry a Millionaire, 1953

Beautiful photograph of Marilyn and Arthur Miller shortly after they got married by Judge Seymour Rabinowitz in a civil wedding at the Westchester County Court House in White Plains, New York on June 29, 1956.

Beautiful photograph of Marilyn and Arthur Miller shortly after they got married by Judge Seymour Rabinowitz in a civil wedding at the Westchester County Court House in White Plains, New York on June 1956

Marilyn Monroe by Milton H. Greene

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Marilyn Monroe

most people remember this woman for her beauty and how she looked like in the first picture. A women's smile that comes from the heart is one of the most beautiful and attractive thing she can do

MARILYN MONROE magazine covers 1950s - Google Search

Marilyn Monroe modelling 'The Moon of Baroda' diamond, publicity photo for "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" by Frank Powolny, 1953

....they don't realize it was always just because they're EASY - everytime.  From the beginning til now. #heputsinNOwork #sheputsout

so pretty! No, my daughter was not named after her, but I do think she is a classic beauty and style icon.and of course I love her name.

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Marilyn Monroe with a Nikon F by Bert Stern Theres numerous others out there Bert Stern photographed of the beautiful Marilyn in recent articles due to going up for auction.

I'll be Seeing You

I'll be Seeing You

That Girl Marilyn!, c. 1954, USA. Magazine devoted entirely to Marilyn Monroe. Cover photo by Carlyle Blackwell, 1953.

That Girl Marilyn! Magazine devoted entirely to Marilyn Monroe. Cover photo by Carlyle Blackwell,

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