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Dennis Stock, Marilyn Monroe, 1954

In dress with a sheer midrift.

"Marilyn", he asked for the picture as if he had an important meaning for women in being picturesque. Was it a jibe?

Monroe, still reading. “She was awkward. She couldn’t get out of her own way. She wasn’t disciplined, and she was often late…” -Barbara Stanwych (Costar, “Clash by Night,” 1952) Photo by John Florea, 1951 (Reproduced with permission of Melanie and Gwen Florea).

Marilyn Monroe meets Queen Elizabeth II, London, 1956 | curtsey | The Queen | tiara | hollywood starlet | black & white photography | moment captured | gowns and gloves | suit and tie | formal attire | iconic women | strong influential women of yesteryear | www.republicofyou...

Kennedy + Monroe,,,Costly affair: A rare image of Marilyn with President John F. Kennedy together at JFKs 19 May 1962 birthday party at the White House

John F. Kennedy and Marilyn Monroe at the party following Kennedy’s birthday gala in 1962.