Marilyn Monroe photographed by Sam Shaw at her home in Amaganset in the summer of 1957 <3

Marilyn Monroe photographed by Sam Shaw at her home in Amaganset in the summer of 1957 Supernatural Style

Marilyn Monroe photographed on the set of "Some Like It Hot", 1958.

Marilyn Monroe photographed on the set of "Some Like It Hot", with visitor Maurice Chevalier (left) and film's director Billy Wilder.

13 Rarely Seen Photos of Marilyn Monroe

13 Rarely Seen Photos of Marilyn Monroe

Marilyn Monroe / at Costello’s restaurant on E., New York City / photos by Ed Feingersh, The cartoons on the wall were drawn by the wonderful James Thurber.

"How I Stay in Shape" by Marilyn Monroe.... This is an article written by Marilyn herself for the September 1952 issue of "Pageant" magazine. These images can be found at http://glamournet.com/legends/Marilyn/monthly/shape1.html

"How I Stay in Shape" by Marilyn Monroe. This is an article written by Marilyn herself for the September 1952 issue of "Pageant" magazine

This is the end, My friend.Death scene, 5th August 1962. The body of Marilyn Monroe, before it was moved from her Brentwood home, to the LA County Morgue. There were several police photos taken at the death scene, but this is the only existing one. Somebody retrieved it from the LAPD files.

Death scene, August The body of Marilyn Monroe, before it was moved from her Brentwood home, to the LA County Morgue. There were several police photos taken at the death scene, but this is the only existing one. Somebody retrieved it from the LAPD files.

This image, taken on Sunday, April 15, 1956, by famed fashion and celebrity photographer Milton H. Greene, was shot on the set of Bus Stop. Greene, who would become the actress’s official photographer, eventually started a production company with the star.

The Lost Photographs: Marilyn Monroe

Marilyn Monroe Grey Fur Session 1 Photographer: Milton H. Greene Date of Image: April 1956 Photo: Milton H.

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