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1957. Marilyn Monroe in New York. Photo by Sam Shaw.
#MarilynMonroe
1957. Marilyn Monroe in New York. Photo by Sam Shaw. #MarilynMonroe 
Marilyn Monroe in her hotel room.
Marilyn Monroe in 1951 at the end of the year, at the Beverly Carlton Hotel where she was living at the time. In most of these photos she’s reading, she had an extensive library and she enjoyed high-brow literature. She’s seen reading ‘War and Peace’ by Leo Tolstoy, ‘Leaves of Grass’ by Walt Whitman, and ‘How to develop your thinking ability’ by Ken Keyes. Jr. In her library you can see ‘The Idiot’ by Fyodor Dostoevsky, and ‘Actors on Acting’ by Toby Cole, among others. 
Photographed by John Florea. 
#marilynmonroe #normajeane #normajeanebaker #normajeanemortenson #1940s #1950s #1960s #modeling #actor #actress #icon #iconic #blonde #curls #blueeyes #perfect #beautiful #talent #makeup #oldhollywood #acting #drama #beauty #glamorous #pinup #model #marilynette #marilynettes #vintage #immortal
Marilyn Monroe in her hotel room. Marilyn Monroe in 1951 at the end of the year, at the Beverly Carlton Hotel where she was living at the time. In most of these photos she’s reading, she had an extensive library and she enjoyed high-brow literature. She’s seen reading ‘War and Peace’ by Leo Tolstoy, ‘Leaves of Grass’ by Walt Whitman, and ‘How to develop your thinking ability’ by Ken Keyes. Jr. In her library you can see ‘The Idiot’ by Fyodor Dostoevsky, and ‘Actors on Acting’ by Toby Cole, among others. Photographed by John Florea. #marilynmonroe  #normajeane  #normajeanebaker  #normajeanemortenson  #1940s  #1950s  #1960s  #modeling  #actor  #actress  #icon  #iconic  #blonde  #curls  #blueeyes  #perfect  #beautiful  #talent  #makeup  #oldhollywood  #acting  #drama  #beauty  #glamorous  #pinup  #model  #marilynette  #marilynettes  #vintage  #immortal 
Good morning babes! Thanks again for 2k it means the world -
Mar by Frank Powonly,1952
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#marilyn #monroe #marilynmonroe #marilynettes #mm #normajeane #normajeanebaker #normajeanemortenson #vintage #oldhollywood #vintagehollywood #hollywood #glam #glamour
@Regranned from @miividaloca13 - 💕💄🌺🌹🌺💄💕 #normajeane #normajeanemortenson #normajeanebaker #marilyn #marilynmonroe #niagara #50s #1950s #roseloomis #queen  #regrann
Fabry & Marilyn Monroe 
#marilynmonroe #normajeanemortenson #actress #attrice
I hope it's a good sign that this is the second time my parents have given me this card. I like to think they believe I have no limits too <3 #birthdaycard #24 #normajeanemortenson #wisewoman
Marilyn Monroe en su película inacabada "Something's Got To Give", 1962 💕
#marilynmonroe #marilynmonroefan #marilynmonroefans #mm #normajeane #normajeanebaker #normajeanemortenson #moviestar #actress #gorgeous #queen #beautiful #classic #icon #model #movie #iconic #1962 #somethingsgottogive #60s
Marilyn Monroe in her hotel room.
Marilyn Monroe in 1951 at the end of the year, at the Beverly Carlton Hotel where she was living at the time. In most of these photos she’s reading, she had an extensive library and she enjoyed high-brow literature. She’s seen reading ‘War and Peace’ by Leo Tolstoy, ‘Leaves of Grass’ by Walt Whitman, and ‘How to develop your thinking ability’ by Ken Keyes. Jr. In her library you can see ‘The Idiot’ by Fyodor Dostoevsky, and ‘Actors on Acting’ by Toby Cole, among others. 
Photographed by John Florea. 
#marilynmonroe #normajeane #normajeanebaker #normajeanemortenson #1940s #1950s #1960s #modeling #actor #actress #icon #iconic #blonde #curls #blueeyes #perfect #beautiful #talent #makeup #oldhollywood #acting #drama #beauty #glamorous #pinup #model #marilynette #marilynettes #vintage #immortal
Marilyn Monroe in her hotel room. Marilyn Monroe in 1951 at the end of the year, at the Beverly Carlton Hotel where she was living at the time. In most of these photos she’s reading, she had an extensive library and she enjoyed high-brow literature. She’s seen reading ‘War and Peace’ by Leo Tolstoy, ‘Leaves of Grass’ by Walt Whitman, and ‘How to develop your thinking ability’ by Ken Keyes. Jr. In her library you can see ‘The Idiot’ by Fyodor Dostoevsky, and ‘Actors on Acting’ by Toby Cole, among others. Photographed by John Florea. #marilynmonroe  #normajeane  #normajeanebaker  #normajeanemortenson  #1940s  #1950s  #1960s  #modeling  #actor  #actress  #icon  #iconic  #blonde  #curls  #blueeyes  #perfect  #beautiful  #talent  #makeup  #oldhollywood  #acting  #drama  #beauty  #glamorous  #pinup  #model  #marilynette  #marilynettes  #vintage  #immortal 
Marilyn Monroe in her hotel room.
Marilyn Monroe in 1951 at the end of the year, at the Beverly Carlton Hotel where she was living at the time. In most of these photos she’s reading, she had an extensive library and she enjoyed high-brow literature. She’s seen reading ‘War and Peace’ by Leo Tolstoy, ‘Leaves of Grass’ by Walt Whitman, and ‘How to develop your thinking ability’ by Ken Keyes. Jr. In her library you can see ‘The Idiot’ by Fyodor Dostoevsky, and ‘Actors on Acting’ by Toby Cole, among others. 
Photographed by John Florea. 
#marilynmonroe #normajeane #normajeanebaker #normajeanemortenson #1940s #1950s #1960s #modeling #actor #actress #icon #iconic #blonde #curls #blueeyes #perfect #beautiful #talent #makeup #oldhollywood #acting #drama #beauty #glamorous #pinup #model #marilynette #marilynettes #vintage #immortal
Marilyn Monroe in her hotel room. Marilyn Monroe in 1951 at the end of the year, at the Beverly Carlton Hotel where she was living at the time. In most of these photos she’s reading, she had an extensive library and she enjoyed high-brow literature. She’s seen reading ‘War and Peace’ by Leo Tolstoy, ‘Leaves of Grass’ by Walt Whitman, and ‘How to develop your thinking ability’ by Ken Keyes. Jr. In her library you can see ‘The Idiot’ by Fyodor Dostoevsky, and ‘Actors on Acting’ by Toby Cole, among others. Photographed by John Florea. #marilynmonroe  #normajeane  #normajeanebaker  #normajeanemortenson  #1940s  #1950s  #1960s  #modeling  #actor  #actress  #icon  #iconic  #blonde  #curls  #blueeyes  #perfect  #beautiful  #talent  #makeup  #oldhollywood  #acting  #drama  #beauty  #glamorous  #pinup  #model  #marilynette  #marilynettes  #vintage  #immortal 
Marilyn Monroe in her hotel room.
Marilyn Monroe in 1951 at the end of the year, at the Beverly Carlton Hotel where she was living at the time. In most of these photos she’s reading, she had an extensive library and she enjoyed high-brow literature. She’s seen reading ‘War and Peace’ by Leo Tolstoy, ‘Leaves of Grass’ by Walt Whitman, and ‘How to develop your thinking ability’ by Ken Keyes. Jr. In her library you can see ‘The Idiot’ by Fyodor Dostoevsky, and ‘Actors on Acting’ by Toby Cole, among others. 
Photographed by John Florea. 
#marilynmonroe #normajeane #normajeanebaker #normajeanemortenson #1940s #1950s #1960s #modeling #actor #actress #icon #iconic #blonde #curls #blueeyes #perfect #beautiful #talent #makeup #oldhollywood #acting #drama #beauty #glamorous #pinup #model #marilynette #marilynettes #vintage #immortal
Marilyn Monroe in her hotel room. Marilyn Monroe in 1951 at the end of the year, at the Beverly Carlton Hotel where she was living at the time. In most of these photos she’s reading, she had an extensive library and she enjoyed high-brow literature. She’s seen reading ‘War and Peace’ by Leo Tolstoy, ‘Leaves of Grass’ by Walt Whitman, and ‘How to develop your thinking ability’ by Ken Keyes. Jr. In her library you can see ‘The Idiot’ by Fyodor Dostoevsky, and ‘Actors on Acting’ by Toby Cole, among others. Photographed by John Florea. #marilynmonroe  #normajeane  #normajeanebaker  #normajeanemortenson  #1940s  #1950s  #1960s  #modeling  #actor  #actress  #icon  #iconic  #blonde  #curls  #blueeyes  #perfect  #beautiful  #talent  #makeup  #oldhollywood  #acting  #drama  #beauty  #glamorous  #pinup  #model  #marilynette  #marilynettes  #vintage  #immortal 
The glow is real ✨✨✨ Yesterday I visited @ripleysbelieveitornot to see Marilyn Monroe’s dress she wore to sing “Happy Birthday” to JFK. The most expensive dress in the world at over $5 mil. I had never seen anything of Marilyn’s in real life let alone the famous dress she commissioned herself. Thank goodness @bixbyfilms was there to help me capture more of this moment since I was mainly staring! 😂 I will share the vlog, interview with @suzgala, Ripley’s lovely PR manager who travels with the dress, and lots more pictures this week! Thank you @ripleysbelieveitornot  for having me 💎✨
The glow is real ✨✨✨ Yesterday I visited @ripleysbelieveitornot to see Marilyn Monroe’s dress she wore to sing “Happy Birthday” to JFK. The most expensive dress in the world at over $5 mil. I had never seen anything of Marilyn’s in real life let alone the famous dress she commissioned herself. Thank goodness @bixbyfilms was there to help me capture more of this moment since I was mainly staring! 😂 I will share the vlog, interview with @suzgala, Ripley’s lovely PR manager who travels with the dress, and lots more pictures this week! Thank you @ripleysbelieveitornot for having me 💎✨
1957. Marilyn Monroe in New York. Photo by Sam Shaw.
#MarilynMonroe
1957. Marilyn Monroe in New York. Photo by Sam Shaw. #MarilynMonroe 
Good morning babes! Thanks again for 2k it means the world -
Mar by Frank Powonly,1952
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#marilyn #monroe #marilynmonroe #marilynettes #mm #normajeane #normajeanebaker #normajeanemortenson #vintage #oldhollywood #vintagehollywood #hollywood #glam #glamour
The places that procrastination will take you to 😳...Rest in peace, Norma Jeane 💘 ************************
#marilynmonroe #normajeane #normajeanemortenson #normajeanedimaggio #normajeanedougherty #normajeanebaker #1940s #1950s #1960s #TheAsphaltJungle #gentlemenpreferblondes #thesevenyearitch #howtomarryamillionaire #TheMisfits #somethingsgottagive
Marilyn Monroe in her hotel room.
Marilyn Monroe in 1951 at the end of the year, at the Beverly Carlton Hotel where she was living at the time. In most of these photos she’s reading, she had an extensive library and she enjoyed high-brow literature. She’s seen reading ‘War and Peace’ by Leo Tolstoy, ‘Leaves of Grass’ by Walt Whitman, and ‘How to develop your thinking ability’ by Ken Keyes. Jr. In her library you can see ‘The Idiot’ by Fyodor Dostoevsky, and ‘Actors on Acting’ by Toby Cole, among others. 
Photographed by John Florea. 
#marilynmonroe #normajeane #normajeanebaker #normajeanemortenson #1940s #1950s #1960s #modeling #actor #actress #icon #iconic #blonde #curls #blueeyes #perfect #beautiful #talent #makeup #oldhollywood #acting #drama #beauty #glamorous #pinup #model #marilynette #marilynettes #vintage #immortal
Marilyn Monroe in her hotel room. Marilyn Monroe in 1951 at the end of the year, at the Beverly Carlton Hotel where she was living at the time. In most of these photos she’s reading, she had an extensive library and she enjoyed high-brow literature. She’s seen reading ‘War and Peace’ by Leo Tolstoy, ‘Leaves of Grass’ by Walt Whitman, and ‘How to develop your thinking ability’ by Ken Keyes. Jr. In her library you can see ‘The Idiot’ by Fyodor Dostoevsky, and ‘Actors on Acting’ by Toby Cole, among others. Photographed by John Florea. #marilynmonroe  #normajeane  #normajeanebaker  #normajeanemortenson  #1940s  #1950s  #1960s  #modeling  #actor  #actress  #icon  #iconic  #blonde  #curls  #blueeyes  #perfect  #beautiful  #talent  #makeup  #oldhollywood  #acting  #drama  #beauty  #glamorous  #pinup  #model  #marilynette  #marilynettes  #vintage  #immortal 
Marilyn Monroe in her hotel room.
Marilyn Monroe in 1951 at the end of the year, at the Beverly Carlton Hotel where she was living at the time. In most of these photos she’s reading, she had an extensive library and she enjoyed high-brow literature. She’s seen reading ‘War and Peace’ by Leo Tolstoy, ‘Leaves of Grass’ by Walt Whitman, and ‘How to develop your thinking ability’ by Ken Keyes. Jr. In her library you can see ‘The Idiot’ by Fyodor Dostoevsky, and ‘Actors on Acting’ by Toby Cole, among others. 
Photographed by John Florea. 
#marilynmonroe #normajeane #normajeanebaker #normajeanemortenson #1940s #1950s #1960s #modeling #actor #actress #icon #iconic #blonde #curls #blueeyes #perfect #beautiful #talent #makeup #oldhollywood #acting #drama #beauty #glamorous #pinup #model #marilynette #marilynettes #vintage #immortal
Marilyn Monroe in her hotel room. Marilyn Monroe in 1951 at the end of the year, at the Beverly Carlton Hotel where she was living at the time. In most of these photos she’s reading, she had an extensive library and she enjoyed high-brow literature. She’s seen reading ‘War and Peace’ by Leo Tolstoy, ‘Leaves of Grass’ by Walt Whitman, and ‘How to develop your thinking ability’ by Ken Keyes. Jr. In her library you can see ‘The Idiot’ by Fyodor Dostoevsky, and ‘Actors on Acting’ by Toby Cole, among others. Photographed by John Florea. #marilynmonroe  #normajeane  #normajeanebaker  #normajeanemortenson  #1940s  #1950s  #1960s  #modeling  #actor  #actress  #icon  #iconic  #blonde  #curls  #blueeyes  #perfect  #beautiful  #talent  #makeup  #oldhollywood  #acting  #drama  #beauty  #glamorous  #pinup  #model  #marilynette  #marilynettes  #vintage  #immortal 
Marilyn Monroe in her hotel room.
Marilyn Monroe in 1951 at the end of the year, at the Beverly Carlton Hotel where she was living at the time. In most of these photos she’s reading, she had an extensive library and she enjoyed high-brow literature. She’s seen reading ‘War and Peace’ by Leo Tolstoy, ‘Leaves of Grass’ by Walt Whitman, and ‘How to develop your thinking ability’ by Ken Keyes. Jr. In her library you can see ‘The Idiot’ by Fyodor Dostoevsky, and ‘Actors on Acting’ by Toby Cole, among others. 
Photographed by John Florea. 
#marilynmonroe #normajeane #normajeanebaker #normajeanemortenson #1940s #1950s #1960s #modeling #actor #actress #icon #iconic #blonde #curls #blueeyes #perfect #beautiful #talent #makeup #oldhollywood #acting #drama #beauty #glamorous #pinup #model #marilynette #marilynettes #vintage #immortal
Marilyn Monroe in her hotel room. Marilyn Monroe in 1951 at the end of the year, at the Beverly Carlton Hotel where she was living at the time. In most of these photos she’s reading, she had an extensive library and she enjoyed high-brow literature. She’s seen reading ‘War and Peace’ by Leo Tolstoy, ‘Leaves of Grass’ by Walt Whitman, and ‘How to develop your thinking ability’ by Ken Keyes. Jr. In her library you can see ‘The Idiot’ by Fyodor Dostoevsky, and ‘Actors on Acting’ by Toby Cole, among others. Photographed by John Florea. #marilynmonroe  #normajeane  #normajeanebaker  #normajeanemortenson  #1940s  #1950s  #1960s  #modeling  #actor  #actress  #icon  #iconic  #blonde  #curls  #blueeyes  #perfect  #beautiful  #talent  #makeup  #oldhollywood  #acting  #drama  #beauty  #glamorous  #pinup  #model  #marilynette  #marilynettes  #vintage  #immortal 
Nr. 3 // The one and only Marylin Monroe
Collage painting series: FP from 20 century
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#marylinmonroe #actress #sexsimbol #playboy #photomodel #hollywood #losangeles #model #normajeanemortenson #painting #collage #infinitepainter #brushstroke #art #inspiration #amsterdam #netherlands #dutch
#MarilynMonroe always made looking good look easy. Flawless! #fashiongoals (via @marilyn_m_in_colour)
Marilyn Monroe in her hotel room.
Marilyn Monroe in 1951 at the end of the year, at the Beverly Carlton Hotel where she was living at the time. In most of these photos she’s reading, she had an extensive library and she enjoyed high-brow literature. She’s seen reading ‘War and Peace’ by Leo Tolstoy, ‘Leaves of Grass’ by Walt Whitman, and ‘How to develop your thinking ability’ by Ken Keyes. Jr. In her library you can see ‘The Idiot’ by Fyodor Dostoevsky, and ‘Actors on Acting’ by Toby Cole, among others. 
Photographed by John Florea. 
#marilynmonroe #normajeane #normajeanebaker #normajeanemortenson #1940s #1950s #1960s #modeling #actor #actress #icon #iconic #blonde #curls #blueeyes #perfect #beautiful #talent #makeup #oldhollywood #acting #drama #beauty #glamorous #pinup #model #marilynette #marilynettes #vintage #immortal
Marilyn Monroe in her hotel room. Marilyn Monroe in 1951 at the end of the year, at the Beverly Carlton Hotel where she was living at the time. In most of these photos she’s reading, she had an extensive library and she enjoyed high-brow literature. She’s seen reading ‘War and Peace’ by Leo Tolstoy, ‘Leaves of Grass’ by Walt Whitman, and ‘How to develop your thinking ability’ by Ken Keyes. Jr. In her library you can see ‘The Idiot’ by Fyodor Dostoevsky, and ‘Actors on Acting’ by Toby Cole, among others. Photographed by John Florea. #marilynmonroe  #normajeane  #normajeanebaker  #normajeanemortenson  #1940s  #1950s  #1960s  #modeling  #actor  #actress  #icon  #iconic  #blonde  #curls  #blueeyes  #perfect  #beautiful  #talent  #makeup  #oldhollywood  #acting  #drama  #beauty  #glamorous  #pinup  #model  #marilynette  #marilynettes  #vintage  #immortal 
Marilyn Monroe in her hotel room.
Marilyn Monroe in 1951 at the end of the year, at the Beverly Carlton Hotel where she was living at the time. In most of these photos she’s reading, she had an extensive library and she enjoyed high-brow literature. She’s seen reading ‘War and Peace’ by Leo Tolstoy, ‘Leaves of Grass’ by Walt Whitman, and ‘How to develop your thinking ability’ by Ken Keyes. Jr. In her library you can see ‘The Idiot’ by Fyodor Dostoevsky, and ‘Actors on Acting’ by Toby Cole, among others. 
Photographed by John Florea. 
#marilynmonroe #normajeane #normajeanebaker #normajeanemortenson #1940s #1950s #1960s #modeling #actor #actress #icon #iconic #blonde #curls #blueeyes #perfect #beautiful #talent #makeup #oldhollywood #acting #drama #beauty #glamorous #pinup #model #marilynette #marilynettes #vintage #immortal
Marilyn Monroe in her hotel room. Marilyn Monroe in 1951 at the end of the year, at the Beverly Carlton Hotel where she was living at the time. In most of these photos she’s reading, she had an extensive library and she enjoyed high-brow literature. She’s seen reading ‘War and Peace’ by Leo Tolstoy, ‘Leaves of Grass’ by Walt Whitman, and ‘How to develop your thinking ability’ by Ken Keyes. Jr. In her library you can see ‘The Idiot’ by Fyodor Dostoevsky, and ‘Actors on Acting’ by Toby Cole, among others. Photographed by John Florea. #marilynmonroe  #normajeane  #normajeanebaker  #normajeanemortenson  #1940s  #1950s  #1960s  #modeling  #actor  #actress  #icon  #iconic  #blonde  #curls  #blueeyes  #perfect  #beautiful  #talent  #makeup  #oldhollywood  #acting  #drama  #beauty  #glamorous  #pinup  #model  #marilynette  #marilynettes  #vintage  #immortal 
Marilyn Monroe in her hotel room.
Marilyn Monroe in 1951 at the end of the year, at the Beverly Carlton Hotel where she was living at the time. In most of these photos she’s reading, she had an extensive library and she enjoyed high-brow literature. She’s seen reading ‘War and Peace’ by Leo Tolstoy, ‘Leaves of Grass’ by Walt Whitman, and ‘How to develop your thinking ability’ by Ken Keyes. Jr. In her library you can see ‘The Idiot’ by Fyodor Dostoevsky, and ‘Actors on Acting’ by Toby Cole, among others. 
Photographed by John Florea. 
#marilynmonroe #normajeane #normajeanebaker #normajeanemortenson #1940s #1950s #1960s #modeling #actor #actress #icon #iconic #blonde #curls #blueeyes #perfect #beautiful #talent #makeup #oldhollywood #acting #drama #beauty #glamorous #pinup #model #marilynette #marilynettes #vintage #immortal
Marilyn Monroe in her hotel room. Marilyn Monroe in 1951 at the end of the year, at the Beverly Carlton Hotel where she was living at the time. In most of these photos she’s reading, she had an extensive library and she enjoyed high-brow literature. She’s seen reading ‘War and Peace’ by Leo Tolstoy, ‘Leaves of Grass’ by Walt Whitman, and ‘How to develop your thinking ability’ by Ken Keyes. Jr. In her library you can see ‘The Idiot’ by Fyodor Dostoevsky, and ‘Actors on Acting’ by Toby Cole, among others. Photographed by John Florea. #marilynmonroe  #normajeane  #normajeanebaker  #normajeanemortenson  #1940s  #1950s  #1960s  #modeling  #actor  #actress  #icon  #iconic  #blonde  #curls  #blueeyes  #perfect  #beautiful  #talent  #makeup  #oldhollywood  #acting  #drama  #beauty  #glamorous  #pinup  #model  #marilynette  #marilynettes  #vintage  #immortal 
Marilyn Monroe. Writing and signature : High elongated: in search of demonstrative pomp up to eccentricity, everything that needs to be approved and admired  for a background insecurity.
Marilyn Monroe. Scrittura e firma Alta allungata : alla ricerca dello sfarzo dimostrativo fino all'eccentricità. Tutto ciò che fa dev'essere approvato e ammirato per un'insicurezza di fondo. #marilyn #graphology #psychology #firma #signe  #attori #stars #icone #woman #photography #photo #stars #spettacolounico #cinema #actors #hollywood #autografi #marilynmonroefan #personalitytypes #ciak #joedimaggio #arthurmiller #artist #andywarhol #instagrm #follower #style #normajeanemortenson #amazing #instagram #follower
Marilyn Monroe. Writing and signature : High elongated: in search of demonstrative pomp up to eccentricity, everything that needs to be approved and admired for a background insecurity. Marilyn Monroe. Scrittura e firma Alta allungata : alla ricerca dello sfarzo dimostrativo fino all'eccentricità. Tutto ciò che fa dev'essere approvato e ammirato per un'insicurezza di fondo. #marilyn  #graphology  #psychology  #firma  #signe  #attori  #stars  #icone  #woman  #photography  #photo  #stars  #spettacolounico  #cinema  #actors  #hollywood  #autografi  #marilynmonroefan  #personalitytypes  #ciak  #joedimaggio  #arthurmiller  #artist  #andywarhol  #instagrm  #follower  #style  #normajeanemortenson  #amazing  #instagram  #follower 
Marilyn Monroe in her hotel room.
Marilyn Monroe in 1951 at the end of the year, at the Beverly Carlton Hotel where she was living at the time. In most of these photos she’s reading, she had an extensive library and she enjoyed high-brow literature. She’s seen reading ‘War and Peace’ by Leo Tolstoy, ‘Leaves of Grass’ by Walt Whitman, and ‘How to develop your thinking ability’ by Ken Keyes. Jr. In her library you can see ‘The Idiot’ by Fyodor Dostoevsky, and ‘Actors on Acting’ by Toby Cole, among others. 
Photographed by John Florea. 
#marilynmonroe #normajeane #normajeanebaker #normajeanemortenson #1940s #1950s #1960s #modeling #actor #actress #icon #iconic #blonde #curls #blueeyes #perfect #beautiful #talent #makeup #oldhollywood #acting #drama #beauty #glamorous #pinup #model #marilynette #marilynettes #vintage #immortal
Marilyn Monroe in her hotel room. Marilyn Monroe in 1951 at the end of the year, at the Beverly Carlton Hotel where she was living at the time. In most of these photos she’s reading, she had an extensive library and she enjoyed high-brow literature. She’s seen reading ‘War and Peace’ by Leo Tolstoy, ‘Leaves of Grass’ by Walt Whitman, and ‘How to develop your thinking ability’ by Ken Keyes. Jr. In her library you can see ‘The Idiot’ by Fyodor Dostoevsky, and ‘Actors on Acting’ by Toby Cole, among others. Photographed by John Florea. #marilynmonroe  #normajeane  #normajeanebaker  #normajeanemortenson  #1940s  #1950s  #1960s  #modeling  #actor  #actress  #icon  #iconic  #blonde  #curls  #blueeyes  #perfect  #beautiful  #talent  #makeup  #oldhollywood  #acting  #drama  #beauty  #glamorous  #pinup  #model  #marilynette  #marilynettes  #vintage  #immortal 
Marilyn Monroe in her hotel room.
Marilyn Monroe in 1951 at the end of the year, at the Beverly Carlton Hotel where she was living at the time. In most of these photos she’s reading, she had an extensive library and she enjoyed high-brow literature. She’s seen reading ‘War and Peace’ by Leo Tolstoy, ‘Leaves of Grass’ by Walt Whitman, and ‘How to develop your thinking ability’ by Ken Keyes. Jr. In her library you can see ‘The Idiot’ by Fyodor Dostoevsky, and ‘Actors on Acting’ by Toby Cole, among others. 
Photographed by John Florea. 
#marilynmonroe #normajeane #normajeanebaker #normajeanemortenson #1940s #1950s #1960s #modeling #actor #actress #icon #iconic #blonde #curls #blueeyes #perfect #beautiful #talent #makeup #oldhollywood #acting #drama #beauty #glamorous #pinup #model #marilynette #marilynettes #vintage #immortal
Marilyn Monroe in her hotel room. Marilyn Monroe in 1951 at the end of the year, at the Beverly Carlton Hotel where she was living at the time. In most of these photos she’s reading, she had an extensive library and she enjoyed high-brow literature. She’s seen reading ‘War and Peace’ by Leo Tolstoy, ‘Leaves of Grass’ by Walt Whitman, and ‘How to develop your thinking ability’ by Ken Keyes. Jr. In her library you can see ‘The Idiot’ by Fyodor Dostoevsky, and ‘Actors on Acting’ by Toby Cole, among others. Photographed by John Florea. #marilynmonroe  #normajeane  #normajeanebaker  #normajeanemortenson  #1940s  #1950s  #1960s  #modeling  #actor  #actress  #icon  #iconic  #blonde  #curls  #blueeyes  #perfect  #beautiful  #talent  #makeup  #oldhollywood  #acting  #drama  #beauty  #glamorous  #pinup  #model  #marilynette  #marilynettes  #vintage  #immortal 
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The dress/dresses Marilyn wore in Bement.
From August 6-9th, 1955, Marilyn Monroe leaves for Bement. On the plane, she writes and repeats her speech.They then were driven to Champaign and after, Bement. The plane ride is long and the first stop is in Chicago. After two hours of waiting at the airport, Marilyn, her hairdresser and Eve Arnold, take another plane in the direction of Champaign, where a car and a biker escort from the governor are waiting to take them to Bement. On arrival at Champaign airfield, Eve Arnold describes the atmosphere as "nightmarish". Hundreds of journalists from the press, radio and even television were on the scene and jostling each other to see the star. Everyone wanted to see Marilyn, touch her, talk to her, get an autograph and Marilyn meets all expectations. For the occasion, the population of the city had quadrupled and admirers had come from far to see the star. Among the fans is James Haspiel, who is mixed with photographers and journalists on one of the photographs. In the airport, Eve Arnold keeps a close watch on Marilyn and even follows her to the bathroom to make sure no one comes to disturb her.
By the time they reached Bement Marilyn was exhausted but after resting for a little while she fulfilled her engagements which included judging a beard and Lincoln look alike contest, then saw an art display at Bryant Cottage, and finally gave her speech.
Black and white photographs by Eve Arnold; Snapshots by James Collins and Frieda Hull, fan from the 'Monroe Six' band James Haspiel.
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The dress/dresses Marilyn wore in Bement. From August 6-9th, 1955, Marilyn Monroe leaves for Bement. On the plane, she writes and repeats her speech.They then were driven to Champaign and after, Bement. The plane ride is long and the first stop is in Chicago. After two hours of waiting at the airport, Marilyn, her hairdresser and Eve Arnold, take another plane in the direction of Champaign, where a car and a biker escort from the governor are waiting to take them to Bement. On arrival at Champaign airfield, Eve Arnold describes the atmosphere as "nightmarish". Hundreds of journalists from the press, radio and even television were on the scene and jostling each other to see the star. Everyone wanted to see Marilyn, touch her, talk to her, get an autograph and Marilyn meets all expectations. For the occasion, the population of the city had quadrupled and admirers had come from far to see the star. Among the fans is James Haspiel, who is mixed with photographers and journalists on one of the photographs. In the airport, Eve Arnold keeps a close watch on Marilyn and even follows her to the bathroom to make sure no one comes to disturb her. By the time they reached Bement Marilyn was exhausted but after resting for a little while she fulfilled her engagements which included judging a beard and Lincoln look alike contest, then saw an art display at Bryant Cottage, and finally gave her speech.
Black and white photographs by Eve Arnold; Snapshots by James Collins and Frieda Hull, fan from the 'Monroe Six' band James Haspiel. #marilynmonroe  #normajeane  #normajeanebaker  #normajeanemortenson  #1940s  #1950s  #1960s  #modeling  #actor  #actress  #icon  #iconic  #blonde  #curls  #blueeyes  #perfect  #beautiful  #talent  #makeup  #oldhollywood  #acting  #drama  #beauty  #glamorous  #pinup  #model  #marilynette  #marilynettes  #vintage  #immortal 
Arriving in Bement.
From August 6-9th, 1955, Marilyn Monroe leaves for Bement. On the plane, she writes and repeats her speech.They then were driven to Champaign and after, Bement. The plane ride is long and the first stop is in Chicago. After two hours of waiting at the airport, Marilyn, her hairdresser and Eve Arnold, take another plane in the direction of Champaign, where a car and a biker escort from the governor are waiting to take them to Bement. On arrival at Champaign airfield, Eve Arnold describes the atmosphere as "nightmarish". Hundreds of journalists from the press, radio and even television were on the scene and jostling each other to see the star. Everyone wanted to see Marilyn, touch her, talk to her, get an autograph and Marilyn meets all expectations. For the occasion, the population of the city had quadrupled and admirers had come from far to see the star. Among the fans is James Haspiel, who is mixed with photographers and journalists on one of the photographs. In the airport, Eve Arnold keeps a close watch on Marilyn and even follows her to the bathroom to make sure no one comes to disturb her.
By the time they reached Bement Marilyn was exhausted but after resting for a little while she fulfilled her engagements which included judging a beard and Lincoln look alike contest, then saw an art display at Bryant Cottage, and finally gave her speech.
Black and white photographs by Eve Arnold; Snapshots by James Collins and Frieda Hull, fan from the 'Monroe Six' band James Haspiel.
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Arriving in Bement. From August 6-9th, 1955, Marilyn Monroe leaves for Bement. On the plane, she writes and repeats her speech.They then were driven to Champaign and after, Bement. The plane ride is long and the first stop is in Chicago. After two hours of waiting at the airport, Marilyn, her hairdresser and Eve Arnold, take another plane in the direction of Champaign, where a car and a biker escort from the governor are waiting to take them to Bement. On arrival at Champaign airfield, Eve Arnold describes the atmosphere as "nightmarish". Hundreds of journalists from the press, radio and even television were on the scene and jostling each other to see the star. Everyone wanted to see Marilyn, touch her, talk to her, get an autograph and Marilyn meets all expectations. For the occasion, the population of the city had quadrupled and admirers had come from far to see the star. Among the fans is James Haspiel, who is mixed with photographers and journalists on one of the photographs. In the airport, Eve Arnold keeps a close watch on Marilyn and even follows her to the bathroom to make sure no one comes to disturb her. By the time they reached Bement Marilyn was exhausted but after resting for a little while she fulfilled her engagements which included judging a beard and Lincoln look alike contest, then saw an art display at Bryant Cottage, and finally gave her speech.
Black and white photographs by Eve Arnold; Snapshots by James Collins and Frieda Hull, fan from the 'Monroe Six' band James Haspiel. #marilynmonroe  #normajeane  #normajeanebaker  #normajeanemortenson  #1940s  #1950s  #1960s  #modeling  #actor  #actress  #icon  #iconic  #blonde  #curls  #blueeyes  #perfect  #beautiful  #talent  #makeup  #oldhollywood  #acting  #drama  #beauty  #glamorous  #pinup  #model  #marilynette  #marilynettes  #vintage  #immortal 
Arriving in Bement.
From August 6-9th, 1955, Marilyn Monroe leaves for Bement. On the plane, she writes and repeats her speech.They then were driven to Champaign and after, Bement. The plane ride is long and the first stop is in Chicago. After two hours of waiting at the airport, Marilyn, her hairdresser and Eve Arnold, take another plane in the direction of Champaign, where a car and a biker escort from the governor are waiting to take them to Bement. On arrival at Champaign airfield, Eve Arnold describes the atmosphere as "nightmarish". Hundreds of journalists from the press, radio and even television were on the scene and jostling each other to see the star. Everyone wanted to see Marilyn, touch her, talk to her, get an autograph and Marilyn meets all expectations. For the occasion, the population of the city had quadrupled and admirers had come from far to see the star. Among the fans is James Haspiel, who is mixed with photographers and journalists on one of the photographs. In the airport, Eve Arnold keeps a close watch on Marilyn and even follows her to the bathroom to make sure no one comes to disturb her.
By the time they reached Bement Marilyn was exhausted but after resting for a little while she fulfilled her engagements which included judging a beard and Lincoln look alike contest, then saw an art display at Bryant Cottage, and finally gave her speech.
Black and white photographs by Eve Arnold; Snapshots by James Collins and Frieda Hull, fan from the 'Monroe Six' band James Haspiel.
#marilynmonroe #normajeane #normajeanebaker #normajeanemortenson #1940s #1950s #1960s #modeling #actor #actress #icon #iconic #blonde #curls #blueeyes #perfect #beautiful #talent #makeup #oldhollywood #acting #drama #beauty #glamorous #pinup #model #marilynette #marilynettes #vintage #immortal
Arriving in Bement. From August 6-9th, 1955, Marilyn Monroe leaves for Bement. On the plane, she writes and repeats her speech.They then were driven to Champaign and after, Bement. The plane ride is long and the first stop is in Chicago. After two hours of waiting at the airport, Marilyn, her hairdresser and Eve Arnold, take another plane in the direction of Champaign, where a car and a biker escort from the governor are waiting to take them to Bement. On arrival at Champaign airfield, Eve Arnold describes the atmosphere as "nightmarish". Hundreds of journalists from the press, radio and even television were on the scene and jostling each other to see the star. Everyone wanted to see Marilyn, touch her, talk to her, get an autograph and Marilyn meets all expectations. For the occasion, the population of the city had quadrupled and admirers had come from far to see the star. Among the fans is James Haspiel, who is mixed with photographers and journalists on one of the photographs. In the airport, Eve Arnold keeps a close watch on Marilyn and even follows her to the bathroom to make sure no one comes to disturb her. By the time they reached Bement Marilyn was exhausted but after resting for a little while she fulfilled her engagements which included judging a beard and Lincoln look alike contest, then saw an art display at Bryant Cottage, and finally gave her speech.
Black and white photographs by Eve Arnold; Snapshots by James Collins and Frieda Hull, fan from the 'Monroe Six' band James Haspiel. #marilynmonroe  #normajeane  #normajeanebaker  #normajeanemortenson  #1940s  #1950s  #1960s  #modeling  #actor  #actress  #icon  #iconic  #blonde  #curls  #blueeyes  #perfect  #beautiful  #talent  #makeup  #oldhollywood  #acting  #drama  #beauty  #glamorous  #pinup  #model  #marilynette  #marilynettes  #vintage  #immortal 
Arriving in Bement.
From August 6-9th, 1955, Marilyn Monroe leaves for Bement. On the plane, she writes and repeats her speech.They then were driven to Champaign and after, Bement. The plane ride is long and the first stop is in Chicago. After two hours of waiting at the airport, Marilyn, her hairdresser and Eve Arnold, take another plane in the direction of Champaign, where a car and a biker escort from the governor are waiting to take them to Bement. On arrival at Champaign airfield, Eve Arnold describes the atmosphere as "nightmarish". Hundreds of journalists from the press, radio and even television were on the scene and jostling each other to see the star. Everyone wanted to see Marilyn, touch her, talk to her, get an autograph and Marilyn meets all expectations. For the occasion, the population of the city had quadrupled and admirers had come from far to see the star. Among the fans is James Haspiel, who is mixed with photographers and journalists on one of the photographs. In the airport, Eve Arnold keeps a close watch on Marilyn and even follows her to the bathroom to make sure no one comes to disturb her.
By the time they reached Bement Marilyn was exhausted but after resting for a little while she fulfilled her engagements which included judging a beard and Lincoln look alike contest, then saw an art display at Bryant Cottage, and finally gave her speech.
Black and white photographs by Eve Arnold; Snapshots by James Collins and Frieda Hull, fan from the 'Monroe Six' band James Haspiel.
#marilynmonroe #normajeane #normajeanebaker #normajeanemortenson #1940s #1950s #1960s #modeling #actor #actress #icon #iconic #blonde #curls #blueeyes #perfect #beautiful #talent #makeup #oldhollywood #acting #drama #beauty #glamorous #pinup #model #marilynette #marilynettes #vintage #immortal
Arriving in Bement. From August 6-9th, 1955, Marilyn Monroe leaves for Bement. On the plane, she writes and repeats her speech.They then were driven to Champaign and after, Bement. The plane ride is long and the first stop is in Chicago. After two hours of waiting at the airport, Marilyn, her hairdresser and Eve Arnold, take another plane in the direction of Champaign, where a car and a biker escort from the governor are waiting to take them to Bement. On arrival at Champaign airfield, Eve Arnold describes the atmosphere as "nightmarish". Hundreds of journalists from the press, radio and even television were on the scene and jostling each other to see the star. Everyone wanted to see Marilyn, touch her, talk to her, get an autograph and Marilyn meets all expectations. For the occasion, the population of the city had quadrupled and admirers had come from far to see the star. Among the fans is James Haspiel, who is mixed with photographers and journalists on one of the photographs. In the airport, Eve Arnold keeps a close watch on Marilyn and even follows her to the bathroom to make sure no one comes to disturb her. By the time they reached Bement Marilyn was exhausted but after resting for a little while she fulfilled her engagements which included judging a beard and Lincoln look alike contest, then saw an art display at Bryant Cottage, and finally gave her speech.
Black and white photographs by Eve Arnold; Snapshots by James Collins and Frieda Hull, fan from the 'Monroe Six' band James Haspiel. #marilynmonroe  #normajeane  #normajeanebaker  #normajeanemortenson  #1940s  #1950s  #1960s  #modeling  #actor  #actress  #icon  #iconic  #blonde  #curls  #blueeyes  #perfect  #beautiful  #talent  #makeup  #oldhollywood  #acting  #drama  #beauty  #glamorous  #pinup  #model  #marilynette  #marilynettes  #vintage  #immortal 
Arriving in Bement.
From August 6-9th, 1955, Marilyn Monroe leaves for Bement. On the plane, she writes and repeats her speech.They then were driven to Champaign and after, Bement. The plane ride is long and the first stop is in Chicago. After two hours of waiting at the airport, Marilyn, her hairdresser and Eve Arnold, take another plane in the direction of Champaign, where a car and a biker escort from the governor are waiting to take them to Bement. On arrival at Champaign airfield, Eve Arnold describes the atmosphere as "nightmarish". Hundreds of journalists from the press, radio and even television were on the scene and jostling each other to see the star. Everyone wanted to see Marilyn, touch her, talk to her, get an autograph and Marilyn meets all expectations. For the occasion, the population of the city had quadrupled and admirers had come from far to see the star. Among the fans is James Haspiel, who is mixed with photographers and journalists on one of the photographs. In the airport, Eve Arnold keeps a close watch on Marilyn and even follows her to the bathroom to make sure no one comes to disturb her.
By the time they reached Bement Marilyn was exhausted but after resting for a little while she fulfilled her engagements which included judging a beard and Lincoln look alike contest, then saw an art display at Bryant Cottage, and finally gave her speech.
Black and white photographs by Eve Arnold; Snapshots by James Collins and Frieda Hull, fan from the 'Monroe Six' band James Haspiel.
#marilynmonroe #normajeane #normajeanebaker #normajeanemortenson #1940s #1950s #1960s #modeling #actor #actress #icon #iconic #blonde #curls #blueeyes #perfect #beautiful #talent #makeup #oldhollywood #acting #drama #beauty #glamorous #pinup #model #marilynette #marilynettes #vintage #immortal
Arriving in Bement. From August 6-9th, 1955, Marilyn Monroe leaves for Bement. On the plane, she writes and repeats her speech.They then were driven to Champaign and after, Bement. The plane ride is long and the first stop is in Chicago. After two hours of waiting at the airport, Marilyn, her hairdresser and Eve Arnold, take another plane in the direction of Champaign, where a car and a biker escort from the governor are waiting to take them to Bement. On arrival at Champaign airfield, Eve Arnold describes the atmosphere as "nightmarish". Hundreds of journalists from the press, radio and even television were on the scene and jostling each other to see the star. Everyone wanted to see Marilyn, touch her, talk to her, get an autograph and Marilyn meets all expectations. For the occasion, the population of the city had quadrupled and admirers had come from far to see the star. Among the fans is James Haspiel, who is mixed with photographers and journalists on one of the photographs. In the airport, Eve Arnold keeps a close watch on Marilyn and even follows her to the bathroom to make sure no one comes to disturb her. By the time they reached Bement Marilyn was exhausted but after resting for a little while she fulfilled her engagements which included judging a beard and Lincoln look alike contest, then saw an art display at Bryant Cottage, and finally gave her speech.
Black and white photographs by Eve Arnold; Snapshots by James Collins and Frieda Hull, fan from the 'Monroe Six' band James Haspiel. #marilynmonroe  #normajeane  #normajeanebaker  #normajeanemortenson  #1940s  #1950s  #1960s  #modeling  #actor  #actress  #icon  #iconic  #blonde  #curls  #blueeyes  #perfect  #beautiful  #talent  #makeup  #oldhollywood  #acting  #drama  #beauty  #glamorous  #pinup  #model  #marilynette  #marilynettes  #vintage  #immortal 
1956. Marilyn Monroe photographed by Jack Cardiff during her time in London while shooting The Prince and the Showgirl.
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1956. Marilyn Monroe photographed by Jack Cardiff during her time in London while shooting The Prince and the Showgirl. #MarilynMonroe 
Arriving in Bement.
From August 6-9th, 1955, Marilyn Monroe leaves for Bement. On the plane, she writes and repeats her speech.They then were driven to Champaign and after, Bement. The plane ride is long and the first stop is in Chicago. After two hours of waiting at the airport, Marilyn, her hairdresser and Eve Arnold, take another plane in the direction of Champaign, where a car and a biker escort from the governor are waiting to take them to Bement. On arrival at Champaign airfield, Eve Arnold describes the atmosphere as "nightmarish". Hundreds of journalists from the press, radio and even television were on the scene and jostling each other to see the star. Everyone wanted to see Marilyn, touch her, talk to her, get an autograph and Marilyn meets all expectations. For the occasion, the population of the city had quadrupled and admirers had come from far to see the star. Among the fans is James Haspiel, who is mixed with photographers and journalists on one of the photographs. In the airport, Eve Arnold keeps a close watch on Marilyn and even follows her to the bathroom to make sure no one comes to disturb her.
By the time they reached Bement Marilyn was exhausted but after resting for a little while she fulfilled her engagements which included judging a beard and Lincoln look alike contest, then saw an art display at Bryant Cottage, and finally gave her speech.
Black and white photographs by Eve Arnold; Snapshots by James Collins and Frieda Hull, fan from the 'Monroe Six' band James Haspiel.
#marilynmonroe #normajeane #normajeanebaker #normajeanemortenson #1940s #1950s #1960s #modeling #actor #actress #icon #iconic #blonde #curls #blueeyes #perfect #beautiful #talent #makeup #oldhollywood #acting #drama #beauty #glamorous #pinup #model #marilynette #marilynettes #vintage #immortal
Arriving in Bement. From August 6-9th, 1955, Marilyn Monroe leaves for Bement. On the plane, she writes and repeats her speech.They then were driven to Champaign and after, Bement. The plane ride is long and the first stop is in Chicago. After two hours of waiting at the airport, Marilyn, her hairdresser and Eve Arnold, take another plane in the direction of Champaign, where a car and a biker escort from the governor are waiting to take them to Bement. On arrival at Champaign airfield, Eve Arnold describes the atmosphere as "nightmarish". Hundreds of journalists from the press, radio and even television were on the scene and jostling each other to see the star. Everyone wanted to see Marilyn, touch her, talk to her, get an autograph and Marilyn meets all expectations. For the occasion, the population of the city had quadrupled and admirers had come from far to see the star. Among the fans is James Haspiel, who is mixed with photographers and journalists on one of the photographs. In the airport, Eve Arnold keeps a close watch on Marilyn and even follows her to the bathroom to make sure no one comes to disturb her. By the time they reached Bement Marilyn was exhausted but after resting for a little while she fulfilled her engagements which included judging a beard and Lincoln look alike contest, then saw an art display at Bryant Cottage, and finally gave her speech.
Black and white photographs by Eve Arnold; Snapshots by James Collins and Frieda Hull, fan from the 'Monroe Six' band James Haspiel. #marilynmonroe  #normajeane  #normajeanebaker  #normajeanemortenson  #1940s  #1950s  #1960s  #modeling  #actor  #actress  #icon  #iconic  #blonde  #curls  #blueeyes  #perfect  #beautiful  #talent  #makeup  #oldhollywood  #acting  #drama  #beauty  #glamorous  #pinup  #model  #marilynette  #marilynettes  #vintage  #immortal