03 décembre 2013

Paris Match 28/02/1959

1959-02-28-paris_match-franceLe magazine Paris Match n°516, du 28 février 1959, consacrait sa couverture à Marilyn Monroe et un article de douze pages sur Marilyn, avec un texte écrit par son mari: "Arthur Miller: voici Marilyn, ma femme", suivi de superbes clichés de Richard Avedon d'une Marilyn grimée en célébrités du XXème siècle: Lilian Russell, Theda Bara, Clara Bow, Marlene Dietrich et Jean Harlow.
L'occasion pour Arthur Miller d'écrire une éloge sur la séduction.

> Cet article est en fait une retranscription de celui paru dans le magazine américain Life du 22 décembre 1958.

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16 novembre 2013

Paris Match 27/12/1958

mag-paris_match-1958-12-27-num507-coverLe magazine Paris Match n°507, du 27 décembre 1958, consacrait un article de deux pages sur Marilyn dans la rubrique "Elles et Eux":  "Son mari veillait en vain sur elle. Marilyn Monroe ne sera pas maman." 

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26 octobre 2013

Paris Match 17/02/2005

 pm_img099_pm_du_17_au_23_fevrier_2005_n2909Le magazine Paris Match  n°2909, du 17 au 23 février 2005, consacrait un article de 6 pages hommage à Arthur Miller intitulé "Arthur Miller-Marilyn Monroe. Un homme et une femme".
(scans perso).

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OH LA ! 16/02/2005

img082Le magazine OH LA !  n°335, du 16 au 22 février 2005, consacrait un article de 2 pages hommage à Arthur Miller intitulé "Arthur Miller a rejoint Marilyn. Ils se sont tant aimés".
(scans perso).

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29 septembre 2013

Paris Match 11/04/1959

mag_paris_match_1959_04_11_num522_coverLe magazine Paris Match n°522, du 11 avril 1959, consacrait un article de quatre pages sur Marilyn qui fait la promotion de "Some Like it Hot" titré: "Marilyn redevient la n°1".

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03 septembre 2013

Paris Match 17/03/1962

pm_M0007854Le magazine Paris Match n°675, du 17 mars 1962, consacrait un article sur Marilyn et Arthur Miller: "Marilyn et Arthur, enfin heureux... mais pas tout à fait de la même manière: Arthur au coin du feu. Marilyn dans les boîtes de nuit".

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01 septembre 2013

20/01/1961 Divorce Miller

Le 20 janvier 1961, Marilyn Monroe quitte New York en compagnie de son attaché de presse Pat Newcomb et de son avocat new-yorkais Aaron Frosch pour se rendre au Mexique (à Juarez, via El Paso, une ville du Texas) afin de finaliser son divorce d'avec Arthur Miller qui n'était pas présent: il avait signé une renonciation de ses droits à contester une demande unilatérale de divorce. Et en ce même jour, Miller assiste à la cérémonie d'investiture du Président Kennedy à Washington.
In January 20, 1961, Marilyn Monroe leaves New York with her publicist Pat Newcomb and her New York lawyer Aaron Frosch to go to Mexico (in Juarez, via El Paso, Texas) to finalize the divorce with Arthur Miller who was not there: he signed a waiver of his right to challenge an unilateral divorce. And that same day, Miller attended the Inaugural Adress and Bal of President Kennedy in Washington.

Le divorce du couple est prononcé pour "incompatibilité d’humeur" par le juge Miguel Gomez Guerra.
Arthur Miller obtient la garde de leur chien (basset) Hugo et conserve sa propriété à Roxbury; il n'y a pas de pension.
The couple's divorce is pronounced for "irreconcilable differences" by Judge Miguel Gomez Guerra.
Arthur Miller keeps their dog Hugo and retains its house in Roxbury; there is no pension.

> Marilyn quitte son appartement new-yorkais
Marilyn leaves her New York Apartment
(au 444 East 57th Street)
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03 juillet 2013

6/05/1957, New York - Marilyn et Arthur par Avedon

Marilyn Monroe et Arthur Miller, le 6 mai 1957.
Photographies de Richard Avedon, New York City
Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller in May, 06, 1957.
Photographs by Richard Avedon, New York City.


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> Marilyn seule
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30 juin 2013

Mai 1957 Marilyn à Amagansett, Long Island 2

Photos privées de Marilyn Monroe en mai 1957,
à Amagansett, Long Island. Photographies de Sam Shaw.

Private photographs of Marilyn Monroe in 1957, May,
in Amagansett, Long Island; by Sam Shaw.

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> A la plage / On the beach
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- Avec Norman Rosten
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- Avec les enfants d'Arthur Miller, Jane et Robert
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> Série de photographies prises par Marilyn Monroe
 
Les enfants d'Arthur et le chien Hugo
Snapshots taken by Marilyn herself
Arthur's children and the dog Hugo
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'Hollywood Auction' Profiles In History 07/2013 - Documents papiers

Lot 61: Marilyn Monroe handwritten letter signed (5) times "Marilyn Monroe Miller"
(c. 1956-1961) Autograph letter signed (5) times “Marilyn Monroe Miller”, 2pp., on a torn 5.25 x 8.5 in. leaf of “Marilyn Monroe Productions” stationery [Undated]. The simple “thank you” note is handwritten in blue pen and reads, in full: “Thank you so much for your kind note / yours and all the other good wishes were a great comfort to me / Many many thanks”. Assumed to have been written around the time of the star’s marriage to Arthur Miller as Monroe has signed “Marilyn Monroe Miller” as if she is practicing her new autograph.
Signed (3) times on the front of the page and (2) times on the verso. Monroe has also repeatedly written “M” and “Marilyn” on both sides of the document. The note, originally torn in 4 pieces, has been mended on the verso with archival tape to good legible condition.
Estimate: $1 000
H3257_L45060923  H3257_L45060924 


Lot 62: Marilyn Monroe handwritten letter signed (6) times “Marilyn Monroe Miller”.
(c. 1956-1961) Autograph letter signed (6) times “Marilyn Monroe Miller”, 2pp., on a torn 5 x 8.25 in. leaf of “Marilyn Monroe Productions” stationery [Undated] with the printed Lexington Ave. address at the bottom edge. The simple “thank you” note is handwritten in blue pen and reads, in full: “Thank you so much for your kind note / yours and all the other good wishes were a great comfort to me / Many many thanks”. Assumed to have been written around the time of the star’s marriage to Arthur Miller as Monroe has signed, “Marilyn Monroe Miller” as if practicing her new autograph.
Signed (2) times on the front of the page and (4) times on the verso. Monroe has also written “Marilyn” and “Marilyn Monroe” on both sides of the document. The note, originally torn in 4 pieces, has been mended on the verso with archival tape to good legible condition.
Estimate: $1 000
H3257_L45060690 H3257_L45060691 


Lot 63: Marilyn Monroe handwritten letter signed “Marilyn Monroe Miller”.
(c. 1956-1961) Autograph letter signed, “Marilyn Monroe Miller”, 1 page, on torn 8.5 x 11 in. leaf of “Marilyn Monroe Productions” stationery [Undated]. A simple “thank you” note is handwritten in pen and reads, in full: “Dear Mr. Fluff / Thank you so much for your kind note / yours and all the other good wishes were a great comfort to me. Thank you so much / Many many thanks”. Assumed to have been written around the time of the star’s marriage to Arthur Miller. Monroe has signed “Marilyn Monroe Miller” (1) time and “Marilyn” six times. The note, originally torn in eight pieces, has been mended on the verso with archival tape to good legible condition.
 Estimate: $1 000
H3257_L45061206 


Lot 64: Marilyn Monroe handwritten letter signed (12) times “Marilyn Monroe Miller”.
(c. 1956-1961) Autograph letter signed, (12) times, “Marilyn Monroe Miller” on torn 8.5 x 9 in. leaf of “Marilyn Monroe Productions” stationery [Undated]. A simple “thank you” note is handwritten multiple times in blue pen and reads, in full: “Thank you so much for your kind note / yours and all the other good wishes were a great comfort to me / Many many thanks”. Assumed to have been written around the time of the star’s marriage to Arthur Miller as Monroe has signed, “Marilyn Monroe Miller” as if practicing her new autograph. Signed “Marilyn Monroe Miller” (3) times on the front of the page and (9) times on the verso. The note, originally torn in 6 pieces, has been mended on the verso with archival tape and is in good legible condition.
Estimate: $1 500  
H3257_L45060930 H3257_L45060932 


Lot 65:  Marilyn Monroe signed Chanukah card with envelope.
(c. 1956-1961) Signed greeting card, “with love, from Marilyn & Daddy”. A 4.25 x 5.5 in. commercial Chanukah greeting card. Front features three children lighting a menorah on a windowsill. Inside is an illustration of a menorah, Hebrew characters and “Happy Chanukah” printed and the inscription and signature in blue ink. “An Israel Publication By Lion The Printed” is printed on the verso. The card shows age soiling and toning. Bumped lower right corner. Comes with original envelope with, “To Bobby” written in pen in Monroe’s hand. Overall, in fair condition.
 Estimate: $1 000 
H3257_L45060933 H3257_L45060934 


Lot 66: Marilyn Monroe romantic signed card.
(c. 1956-1961) Autograph Card Signed, “Marilyn” on torn 2 x 3.5 in. calling card [Undated]. The romantic note handwritten in pen and reads, in full: “For my love / I love you with all of my heart Happy Christmas” and signed “Marilyn”. Card shows signs of age, soiling and mild toning. Bumped corners and slight .25 inch tear with no paper loss at top center. In overall vintage fair condition.
 Estimate: $1 000
 H3257_L45060935


Lot 68:  Marilyn Monroe handwritten signed note to her niece on “Mrs. Arthur Miller” stationery.
(c. 1956-1961) Autograph letter signed, “Marilyn” on 2-page 6 x 8 in. leaf of “Mrs. Arthur Miller” stationery [Undated]. A heartfelt note to her niece handwritten in pen and reads, in full:
Dear Mona Rae, I hardly know what to write about -- it’s been so long since I’ve seen you. Your mother told me you are away at school and I’m very proud of you. Also she told me what a lovely girl you are. I would love to see you and know you again. Are you going to get married soon? Your mother said you might. If it’s really so, I wish you all the happiness there is. I’m sure he must be wonderful if you love him. And the whole world must be a beautiful place because he’s there -- you see your old Auntie isn’t so old -- I know how it is. But please don’t rush -- but don’t hesitate either. You will know what you want and if you’r [sic] unsure life teaches us. Take care of yourself. I still see you as a little blonde headed brown eyed thin little girl as when I met you -- very sweet and you wanted to be an actress. You have time -- time for everything. “Love, Marilyn your Auntie.”
Marilyn gives encouragement and advice to her young niece. The note concludes on the verso and is signed at bottom right. Mild toning .25 in. tear with no paper loss at top center. Original folds. In overall good condition.
Estimate: $4 000 
H3257_L45060769 H3257_L45060770

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