Marilyn Monroe photographed in New York by Cecil Beaton, 1956.
Joe DiMaggio and Marilyn Monroe. DiMaggio was alarmed at how Monroe had fallen in with people he felt detrimental to her well-being. He quit his job with a military post-exchange supplier on August 1, 1962, then asked her to remarry him. She was found dead on August 5... He had a half-dozen red roses delivered three times a week to her crypt for 20 years. He refused to talk about her publicly or otherwise exploit their relationship. He never married again.
Marilyn Monroe and Joe Dimaggio beaming
The Lost Photographs: Marilyn Monroe | Vanity Fair - On August 3, 1952, Lani Carlson, who was a sound engineer for Capitol Records, secured a press pass from a friend at the Chicago Tribune and claimed he needed to photograph Monroe for the Associated Press. Though Carlson developed the pictures back in the 50s, they remained in a shoebox until 2010.
The Lost Photographs: Marilyn Monroe | Vanity Fair - 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.
Marilyn Monroe photographed by Richard Avedon