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A favorite Marilyn photo. Marilyn Monroe holds up a picture of Abraham Lincoln, one of her heroes. Picture by Milton Greene 1954

Her stomach makes me feel so much better about myself... seriously. Skinny girls are gorgeous too, but I'll never be that way. Neither would Marilyn Monroe

31 Candid Photos Of Marilyn Monroe In New York

1955 -- Marilyn Monroe admiring the cartoons on the wall, drawn by celebrated The New Yorker writer and cartoonist James Thurber, at Costello’s restaurant on E.

I really like the idea of doing noir, classic film or rockabilly engagement photos. So cool and fun.

James & Marilyn - I really like the idea of doing noir, classic film or rockabilly engagement photos.

When Marilyn asked John Huston how to throw the dice, he replied:  “Don’t think about it, honey, just throw.That’s the story of your life Don’t think, do it.”  Photographed by Eve Arnold, 1960

When Marilyn asked John Huston (director of "The Misfits") how to throw the dice, he replied: “Don’t think about it, honey, just throw. That’s the story of your life.

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From Paris to London — Marilyn Monroe, in Central Park, photographed by.Sam Shaw 1957 ~ Women who read

"imperfection is beauty, madness is genius and it's better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring" -Marilyn Monroe. The quote that i live by

Marilyn Monroe's White Bathing Suit One Piece Custom Vintage Reproduction

The image, taken during a Frank Powolny glamour shoot in 1953, was signed with the words, 'To Jimmie, Best regards, Marilyn Monroe'. It sold for almost $25,000

Photographer's signed pictures of Marilyn Monroe

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Her stomach makes me feel so much better about myself... seriously. Skinny girls are gorgeous too, but I'll never be that way. Neither would Marilyn Monroe

1955 -- Marilyn Monroe admiring the cartoons on the wall, drawn by celebrated The New Yorker writer and cartoonist James Thurber, at Costello’s restaurant on E.

When Marilyn asked John Huston how to throw the dice, he replied:  “Don’t think about it, honey, just throw.That’s the story of your life Don’t think, do it.”  Photographed by Eve Arnold, 1960

When Marilyn asked John Huston (director of "The Misfits") how to throw the dice, he replied: “Don’t think about it, honey, just throw. That’s the story of your life.

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