22 juillet 2015

30/06/1962 'Tim Leimert House' par Barris

Le 30 juin 1962, Marilyn Monroe est photographiée par George Barris pour le magazine Cosmopolitan, chez Walter 'Tim' Leimert, un magnat de l'immobilier, ami du photographe, dont la villa se trouve au 1506 Blue Jay Way située dans les collines au Nord d'Hollywood. Série "Blouse Pucci".
On June, 30, 1962, Marilyn Monroe is photographed by George Barris for the Cosmopolitan magazine, at Walter 'Tim' Leimert's house, a real estate tycoon, friend of the photographer, whose villa is at 1506 Blue Jay Way in the Nord Hollywood hills. "Pucci Jacket" sitting.


****  Pucci Jacket Sitting ****
Série Blouse Pucci


-- Parking voitures
Car's Parking  --
-- Avec Patricia Newcomb (attaché de presse) et Whitey Snyder (maquilleur)
With Patricia Newcomb (press attache) and Whitey Snyder (for make-up man)  -- 
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-- En voiture
By car  --

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-- Dans le patio
In the patio  --

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 -- Au salon bar
At the lounge bar  --

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-- Avec Agnes Flanagan (coiffure) et Whitey Snyder (au maquillage)
With Agnes Flanagan (hairdresser) and Whitey Snyder (for make-up)  -- 
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 -- Dans le salon
In the living room  --

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-- Dans la chambre
In the Bedroom  --

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-- Dans la salle de bain
In the Bathroom  --

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Marilyn confie à Barris: "La période la plus heureuse de ma vie, c'est en ce moment... L'avenir est devant moi, et j'ai hâte d'y être, ça va être passionnant ! J'ai l'impression que je commence à peine: je veux jouer dans des comédies, des tragédies, un mélange des deux... Je n'ai aucun regret car, si j'ai commis des erreurs, je suis seule responsable... J'aime beaucoup rester ici (en Californie) mais, de temps en temps, j'ai des envies de New York. Alors, tout ce que j'ai à faire c'est fermer les portes [de devant et de derrière] et partir. J'aime bien avoir un ancrage solide."
 
Marilyn tells to to GB: "The happiest time of my life is now... There's a future and I can't wait to get to it -it should be intereting ! I feel I'm just getting started; I want to do comedy, tragedy, interspersed... I have no regrets, because if I made any mistakes, I was responsible... I like to stay here (in California) but every once in awhile I get that feeling for New York. Here all I have to do is lock the [front and back] doors and go. I like ground to stand on."

Source:
L'assassinat de Marilyn Monroe, par Jay Margolis, Richard Buskin
The Murder of Marilyn Monroe: Case Closed, by Jay Margolis, Richard Buskin


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19 juillet 2015

Juin/Juillet 1962 'Tim Leimert House' par Barris 1

A la fin du mois de juin 1962 - début juillet 1962, Marilyn Monroe est photographiée par George Barris pour le magazine Cosmopolitan, chez Walter 'Tim' Leimert, un magnat de l'immobilier, ami du photographe, dont la villa se trouve au 1506 Blue Jay Way située dans les collines au Nord d'Hollywood. Série "Pucci Rose".
At the end of June 1962 - beginning of July 1962, Marilyn Monroe is photographed by George Barris for the Cosmopolitan magazine, at Walter 'Tim' Leimert's house, a real estate tycoon, friend of the photographer, whose villa is at 1506 Blue Jay Way in the Nord Hollywood hills. "Pink Pucci" sitting.


****  Pink Pucci Sitting ****
Série Pucci Rose

 


-- Vue sur les hauteurs d'Hollywood
View on Hollywood Hills  --

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-- Dans le patio
In the patio  --

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-- Sur un banc
On a Bench --
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-- Dans la maison
In the house  --

 -- Avec Agnes Flanagan (coiffure) et Whitey Snyder (au maquillage)
With Agnes Flanagan (hairdresser) and Whitey Snyder (for make-up)  --
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Marilyn s'était achetée une maison à Brentwood, mais sans aucun meuble. Elle était partie à Mexico pour en acheter, dans le style local, et elle attendait leur livraison.
Marilyn à Barris: "On ne peut pas prendre de photos ici alors que ça n'a pas l'air fini ? Comment faire ?
-Si tu préfères, on retourne dans la maison de Catalina, celle de ton premier mari, je peux m'arranger.
-Non, je ne veux pas y retourner.
-J'ai un ami [Tim Leimert] qui vit du côté de Hollywood Hills. Sa maison serait parfaite. Je lui en ai parlé et il m'a dit qu'il voulait juste une photo de toi avec lui, en souvenir. Tu n'es pas obligée si tu n'as pas envie.
-Non, c'est très bien."

Marilyn bought a new house in Brentwood but it wasn't furnished. She had gone to Mexico to furnish it Mexican style. She was waiting for the furniture to arrive.
Marilyn to Barris: "How can we photograph there if it doesn't look right ? What can we do ?
-If you want to go back where you lived with your first husband in Catalina, I'll try.
-No, I don't want to go back.
-My friend's home in the Hollywood Hills would be perfect. When I brought it up, he said all he wants is a picture of you and him as a souvenir. You don't have to do it if you don't want to.
-No, it's okay."

 -- Marilyn avec Tim Leimert
Marilyn with Tim Leimert  --
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Source:
L'assassinat de Marilyn Monroe, par Jay Margolis, Richard Buskin
The Murder of Marilyn Monroe: Case Closed, by Jay Margolis, Richard Buskin


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18 juillet 2015

Juin/Juillet 1962 'Tim Leimert House' par Barris 2

A la fin du mois de juin 1962 - début juillet 1962, Marilyn Monroe est photographiée par George Barris pour le magazine Cosmopolitan, chez Walter 'Tim' Leimert, un magnat de l'immobilier, ami du photographe, dont la villa se trouve au 1506 Blue Jay Way située dans les collines au Nord d'Hollywood. Série "Pucci Orange".
At the end of June 1962 - beginning of July 1962, Marilyn Monroe is photographed by George Barris for the Cosmopolitan magazine, at Walter 'Tim' Leimert's house, a real estate tycoon, friend of the photographer, whose villa is at 1506 Blue Jay Way in the Nord Hollywood hills. "Orange Pucci" sitting.


****  Orange Pucci Sitting ****
Série Pucci Orange

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-- Séance coiffure avec Agnes Flanagan (et Whitey Snyder)
Hairdressing Sitting with Agnes Flanagan (and Whitey Snyder)  --
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09 juillet 2015

Expo Marilyn Die Starke Monroe du 26/03 au 01/11/2015

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Cette exposition de la collection de Ted Stampfler est une reprise de l'expo de 2014 Private Marilyn qui avait eu lieu en Suisse. Il y est présenté cette fois-ci près de 400 objets personnels ayant appartenu à Marilyn Monroe au Liechtenstein (entre la Suisse et l'Autriche).
L’exposition se penche sur la question de l’émancipation de la femme dans les années 50 à l’exemple de la femme la plus photographiée du XXe siècle: l’actrice, chanteuse et icône de la mode Marilyn Monroe. Elle présente la forte personnalité de cette femme exceptionnelle qui, 53 ans après sa mort, n’a rien perdu de la fascination qu’elle suscite et dont l’influence sur la société est encore perceptible aujourd’hui.
Le Musée national du Liechtenstein présente 400 objets qui proviennent initialement de sa succession et font actuellement partie de la collection privée Ted Stampfer, la plus grande collection de ce genre regroupant des objets ayant appartenu à Marilyn Monroe.
On peut y voir des vêtements luxueux, des accessoires personnels, des produits de beauté et de coiffure, des accessoires de cinéma, des documents privés, des films et des photos dont la présentation, dans cette constellation, est une première mondiale. Des objets prêtés par des collectionneurs du monde entier viennent compléter cette collection.
Les visiteurs plongent dans le monde de Marilyn et traversent chronologiquement les stades les plus importants de son évolution et les périodes déterminantes de sa vie. Ils découvrent des objets uniques qui témoignent de la vie et de l’œuvre de cette femme exceptionnelle tout en révélant son identité de femme émancipée. Pour cela, l’exposition s’intéresse aussi bien à l’évolution physique de Marilyn et au rôle qu’elle fait jouer à son corps, qu’à la manière très personnelle dont elle se rebelle contre une industrie cinématographique dominée par les hommes. Grâce à sa hardiesse, elle obtiendra entre autres de meilleures conditions contractuelles et des droits de codécision, mais pourra aussi fonder sa propre société de production cinématographique, ce qui lui assurera une plus grande indépendance.
Un catalogue éponyme accompagnant l’exposition est en vente dans la boutique du musée au prix de 20.00 CHF, ainsi que différentes autres publications.
Directeur général: Directeur Prof. Dr. Rainer Vollkommer
Administrateur et collectionneur: Ted Stampfer

> site officiel marilynmonroe-sammlung.de
> photographies sur flickr 

Liechtenstein National Museum
Städtle 43, P.O. Box1216
9490 Vaduz
Principality of Liechtenstein

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> article de l'expo sur PR Newswire :
The special exhibition presents the emancipation of women in the 1950s through the example of the most photographed woman of the 20th century -- the actress, singer and style icon, Marilyn Monroe.
The exhibition here focuses on the strength behind the exceptional phenomenon who, even 53 years after her death in 1962, has not lost her charm and influence, which in society and the women's movement to this day is palpable.
Presented are more than 400 selected pieces from the private collection of Ted Stampfer, the world's largest collection of Marilyn Monroe originals of its kind. Through his willingness to present his collection in exhibitions, the art collector and expert wants not only to remember the actress, who was intellectually underestimated during her lifetime and reduced by filmmakers and media to her visual appeal, but also to make exhibit attendees aware of the clever and ambitious businesswoman. Most of the pieces originate from her estate, of which the items were stored after Marilyn Monroe's death in August 1962, until 1999, until large portions of it were put up for auction with auction houses like Christie's and Julien's. The exhibition is rounded out by individual pieces from other international collectors.
Uniquely designed and seen for the first time worldwide, the National Museum in Liechtenstein thus enables its exhibition visitors to dive into Monroe's world. Visitors walk through the most important chronological development stages of her life, and can view special exhibits that not only give a glimpse into her life and the work of this extraordinary woman, but also highlight her emancipated side. These include: high-quality articles of clothing; accessories; beauty, skincare and styling products; personal and film company documents; film props; and extensive photo and film footage presented by means of electronic media.
The exhibition, however, is not just focused on presenting personal belongings from a late actress. Rather, it focuses more on the unknown private person -- the real face behind the Hollywood icon. Thus, it gives an intimate look at the real person behind the fictional persona Marilyn Monroe. Using examples, visitors learn about an ambitious woman of the 1940s and 1950s, who, despite the prevailing gender roles of her time, reached her own set goals gradually and with great confidence.
Adressed is on the one hand, the outward makeover of a natural brunette girl, who became with the conscious use of her body the most desirable woman in the world. This is, for example, demonstrated with the original false eyelashes, various containers of makeup, articles and accessories used as highlights for her hair styling, which were significantly involved in the transformation process. But also Marilyn's favorite clothing is presented, including her white and checkered capri pants, which she liked to combine with a black turtleneck sweater. She wore them both in her private life as well as in important photo shoots (for example in the famous shoots with photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt and Milton Greene). These iconic photographs today show us not only a timeless beauty, but a self-confident woman, who was well aware of her own charisma.
In addition, the exhibition also highlights the public person and reports about the strong side of a woman who had to compete in a man's world in the 1950s. There are character traits and self-confident behavior demonstrated, which culminated at the height of Monroe's career to rebel against the male-dominated film industry. This courageous behavior led to, among other things, better contract terms and the ability to have more say over her career, plus to establishing her own film production company -- another way she became more independent. The exhibition presents original costumes, film props and important documents on the films that were produced by Monroe herself.
Besides the interest in her own career and her personal advancement, Marilyn Monroe was also involved in helping the disadvantaged and minorities. This is illustrated with the example of Ella Fitzgerald, the famous African-American jazz singer, for whom Monroe actively campaigned to obtain engagements in a hip nightclub that was typically reserved for white artists. Fitzgerald later reported that Monroe's influence and active action were instrumental in her international success as a singer.
The exhibition offers in all its aspects a comprehensive view of the strong-willed character of a woman who was ahead of her time. And it also reveals to the visitor that Marilyn Monroe, by her behavior in different ways, exerted a formative influence on the emancipation of women, making her one of the most important cultural and historical figures of the 20th century.

14 avril 2014

1961 chez Sinatra

Marilyn Monroe en 1961 dans les jardins de la maison de Frank Sinatra, avec May Britt, la femme de Sammy Davis Jr, ici enceinte de leur fille Tracey Davis, qui va naître en juillet 1961. 
Marilyn Monroe in 1961 in the garden of the Frank Sinatra's home, with May Britt, wife of Sammy Davis Jr, here pregnant of their daughter Tracey Davis, who will be born in July 1961.

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Photographie publiée dans le livre "Sammy Davis Jr.: A Personal Journey with My Father" de Tracey Davis, Nina Bunche Pierce.
Extrait: Maman et Marilyn Monroe en tant qu'invités chez Frank Sinatra. Maman était alors enceinte de moi.
"Maman était devenue la sensation du jour au lendemain sur les affiches de film ou les couvertures des magazines à gogo après avoir remporté le rôle dans "L'Ange Bleu". Le remake du film de 1930 qui avait fait de Marlène Dietrich une star. Le rôle avait été initialement prévu pour une star telle que Marilyn Monroe. Maman disait qu'il n'y avait jamais eu tension entre elle et Marilyn. Elle disait "Quelques années après, nous avons été invitées chez Sinatra. Aucune de nous deux n'aimions les fêtes. Marilyn, comme moi, était timide. J'étais enceinte de toi à l'époque, et Marilyn et moi avons été photographiées ensemble. C'est devenue plus tard une photographie célèbre".

Photograph published in the book "Sammy Davis Jr.: A Personal Journey with My Father" by Tracey Davis, Nina Bunche Pierce
extract:
Mom and Marilyn Monroe as houseguests of Frank Sinatra; mom was pregnant with me at the time.
"Mom became an overnight sensation on film posters and magazine covers galore after she won the part in The Blue Angel. The film was a remake of the 1930 classic of the same that had made Marlene Dietrich a star. The part had previously been slated for no less a star than Marilyn Monroe. Mom said there was never any tension between her and Marilyn. She said, 'Years later we were houseguests at Sinatra's place. Marilyn, like me, was shy. Neither of us were the life of the party. I was pregnant with you at the time, and Marilyn and I had our picture taken together. Later it became quite a famous shot.'"


> source forum EverlastingStar 
Thanks to Joan Newman from the forum.


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09 février 2014

7/08/1962 Préparation des funérailles

Le mardi 7 août 1962, la police de Los Angeles et celle de New York font l'inventaire des fourrures et des bijoux de Marilyn Monroe. Ils sont stockés temporairement aux postes de police pour être conservés en sécurité.
On Tuesday, August 7, 1962, Los Angeles Police and New York Police made an inventory of Marilyn Monroe's furs and jewelry . They are temporarily stored at police stations to be kept safe. 

> Los Angeles
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> New York
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Au Grauman's Chinese Theatre de Los Angeles, des petites filles mettent leurs mains dans les empreintes laissées par Marilyn (le 26 juin 1953).
At Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles, little girls put their hands in the handprints left by Marilyn (in June, 26, 1953).

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Joe Jr., le fils de Joe DiMaggio, arrive à Santa Monica avec son costume pour assister le lendemain aux funérailles de Marilyn.
Joe Jr., the son of Joe DiMaggio, arrived in Santa Monica with his costume to attend the day after the funeral of Marilyn.

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Dans la journée, Eunice Murray (la gouvernante de Marilyn), Inez Melson (la conseillère financière de Marilyn) et Berniece Miracle (demie-soeur de Marilyn) se retrouvent à la maison de Marilyn, au Fifth Helena Drive dans le quartier de Brentwood de Los Angeles, pour choisir la tenue que Marilyn portera pour ses funérailles. Quand Berniece demande où se trouvent les robes bleues de Marilyn, Eunice Murray lui explique que Marilyn ne portait plus de bleu depuis longtemps. Eunice choisit une robe vert pâle de Pucci suspendue dans la penderie, qui était la robe préférée de Marilyn.
In the afternoon, Eunice Murray (Marilyn's housekeeper), Inez Melson (financial advisor of Marilyn) and Berniece Miracle (half-sister of Marilyn) are meeting in Marilyn's house at Fifth Helena Drive at Brentwood, in Los Angeles to choose the outfit that will wear Marilyn for her funeral. When Berniece asks where are the Marilyn's blue dresses, Eunice Murray explains that Marilyn was not wearing color blue since a long time. Eunice chooses a Pucci pale green dress hanging in the closet, which was the favorite dress of Marilyn.

> Eunice Murray au 5 Helena Drive
-photographies de Gene Anthony-
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 > Eunice Murray accueille Berniece Miracle et Inez Melson
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> Berniece Miracle ressort avec les affaires vérifiées par la police
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> Berniece Miracle avec Inez Melson
 
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Après qu'elles soient sorties de la maison, la police pose à nouveau les scellés sur la porte.
After they have gone out the house, the police once again raises the seals on the main door.

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La robe verte de chez Pucci choisie pour l'inhumation de Marilyn était la robe qu'elle avait portée le 22 février 1962 à la conférence de presse au Hilton de Mexico:
The green dress from Pucci which has been chosen for the burial of Marilyn was the dress that she wore in February, 22, 1962 at the press conference at the Hilton in Mexico City:

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Puis Berniece se rend au cimetière Westwood Village Mortuary, où elle s'entretient avec le révérend Floyd Darling.
Berniece then goes to the Westwood Village Mortuary Cemetery , where she speaks with the Rev. Floyd Darling. 

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Joe DiMaggio reste 4 à 5 heures seul dans la pièce avec le corps de Marilyn.
Joe DiMaggio stays 4 to 5 hours alone in the room with the body of Marilyn.


On prépare la chapelle du cimetière de Westwood où aura lieu la cérémonie des funérailles.
The chapel of the Westwood cimetery where the ceremony will be held is prepared.

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L'emplacement où reposera Marilyn Monroe est décidé: elle sera inhumée dans la crypte au marbre rose du "corridor of Memories" n°24 du cimetière de Wetswood Village Memorial Park.
The place where Marilyn Monroe will be rested is decided: she will be intered in a pink marble crypt at Corridor of Memories, #24, at the Wetswood Village Memorial Park Cimetery.

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Le cercueil dans lequel elle reposera a été fabriqué par la société de cercueil Belmont à Shadyside, dans l'Ohio. C'est un cercueil que l'on a appelé la "Cadillac des cercueils" - en argent antique de gros calibre, de fermeture hermétique, en bronze doublé à l'intérieur d'un tossi de satin de couleur champagne-soie.
The casket in which she will rest was
manufactured by the Belmont casket company in Shadyside, Ohio. It's a casket known at that time as the "Cadillac of caskets" – a hermetically sealing antique-silver-finished 48-ounce (heavy gauge) solid bronze "masterpiece" casket lined with champagne-colored satin-silk.

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21 novembre 2013

1962 Chez Anne Karger

Marilyn Monroe en 1962, chez Anne Karger, dans son appartement à Hollywood.
Avec Anne Karger et la gouvernante de celle-ci.
(Anne Karger est la mère de Fred Karger,
l'ancien professeur de chant avec qui Marilyn
vécut une histoire d'amour vers 1948)

Marilyn Monroe in 1962, at Anne Karger's Hollywood apartment.
With Anne Karger and housekeeper.
 

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25 juillet 2012

Heritage Auction 07/2012

lot n°46001: A Marilyn Monroe Signed Black and White Photograph, Circa 1956
A Marilyn Monroe Signed Black and White Photograph, Circa 1956. An original print with a matte finish, depicting the star in one of her legendary glamour poses, her blue fountain pen ink inscription on the right side reads "To Roy, / Love & Kisses and - / thanks for keeping me / out of the clink! / Marilyn Monroe." (Please note there are slight creases in all four corners, especially the lower left one, plus a few minor chips to the surface, but the overall image and signature are not affected.) 14" x 11"
PROVENANCE: The "Roy" noted above was Beverly Hills police officer, Roy Garrett, who joined the force in 1946, and who had a habit of asking movie stars to send him an autographed photograph (which most did - see various lots throughout this auction). He evidently let Marilyn go without a ticket as he received this from her in the mail a few days later.
Sold: $31,250.00

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Lot 46002: A Marilyn Monroe Signed Black and White Photograph, Circa 1955
A Marilyn Monroe Signed Black and White Photograph, Circa 1955. An original print with a matte finish, depicting the star in her most famous headshot, her white fountain pen ink inscription in the lower right corner reading "To Vern / It was a pleasure / to work with you / Love and Kisses / Marilyn Monroe;" "Vern" being Vernon Rickard, a bit player and "gofer" in the early days of Hollywood. (Please note there are many creases and wrinkles on lower margin that somewhat affect the autograph and there is a slight dent in the upper right corner.) 10" x 8"
Sold: $11,250.00
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Lot 46003: A Marilyn Monroe Likely Final Signed Check, August 4, 1962
A Marilyn Monroe Likely Final Signed Check, August 4, 1962. From the star's personal checking account at City National Bank of Beverly Hills, check 281, penned in blue ballpoint ink (in another hand, possibly Eunice Murray's, MM's caretaker) reading "Aug 4 62 / Pilgrim / $228.80 / Two hundred twenty-eight and 80," signed in same ink in Marilyn's own hand "Marilyn Monroe," a red stamp on front reads "Paid / Aug 6 1962 / 901-1606," further stamps on back read in part "For Deposit Only / Pilgrim Modern Furniture" and "Santa Monica Bank.../ Aug 6 62;" included is a photocopy (not the original) of an invoice that Pilgrim's Furniture gave to MM (see below footnote). 3" x 6"
Coincidentally, two years ago, Heritage Auctions sold the original invoice that was given to Marilyn by this company [Pilgrim's Furniture then at 12217 Wilshire Boulevard in West Los Angeles] in Sale 7018, Lot 50225. That invoice was also dated August 4, 1962, so it appears that Pilgrim's made a delivery to MM's house and that she paid for her "Chest Roman white" on the spot with the above check from her personal checkbook. Interestingly, on that invoice, the evident delivery man wrote "Rec'd Check #281 in amount $228.80 / Payment in full / Earl Shero." At this point in time, this seems to be the last check Marilyn ever signed as she died that night, August 4, 1962. This check can be used to argue the point that Marilyn did not commit suicide -- would one be concerned with new furniture on the last day of one's life? Probably not!
Sold: $15,000.00
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Lot 46005: A Marilyn Monroe Signed Note, 1952
A Marilyn Monroe Signed Note, 1952. Typed on one page, dated "October 27th, 1952," to the "Wm. Morris Agency, Inc.," reading in part "...you are no longer authorized to represent me," signed in blue fountain pen ink on the lower right side "Marilyn Monroe;" two-hole punch marks on top margin. 11" x 8 1/2"
Sold: $5,312.50 
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Lot 46006: A Marilyn Monroe Signed Menu, 1953
A Marilyn Monroe Signed Menu, 1953. From the famous Cocoanut Grove nightclub inside the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles (infamous for being the place where RFK got assassinated in June, 1968), menu is dated "Sat., June 27, 1953," signed in blue ballpoint ink on the inside left side "Marilyn Monroe." 13 1/2" x 11"
Sold: $2,375.00 
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Lot 46007: A Marilyn Monroe Group of Mostly Never-Before-Seen Black and White Negatives, 1950.
A Marilyn Monroe Group of Mostly Never-Before-Seen Black and White Negatives, 1950. Thirty-three total, all originals, each depicting Marilyn at age 24 posing in a fancy backyard during one photo session; 14 show MM wearing a black turtleneck, white shorts, and black strappy sandals as she sits on a chaise lounge chair; 18 show MM wearing a light-colored bikini and same sandals as she poses by a swimming pool; and one shows MM wearing a dark-colored bikini by the same pool; two depict other people in the shot with MM, evidently the photographer's assistants. (Please note some of these negatives are somewhat dirtied and scratched, but they still print up beautifully and MM is quite clear and vibrant-looking in all the shots.)
Each Negative: 2 1/2" x 2 1/2"
These photographs of Monroe were taken on October 10, 1950 by Bob Beerman, a staff photographer at 'Modern Screen' magazine. A few of the images did appear in a 1951 issue of the magazine, though not all of them. Additionally, the current owner published seven of them online, but the majority of these photographs have never before been seen.
Sold: $11,875.00  
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Lot 46008: A Marilyn Monroe Pucci Blouse, Circa 1962
A Marilyn Monroe Pucci Blouse, Circa 1962. Made of hot pink silk jersey, boatneck, long sleeves, inside labels read "Emilio Pucci / Florence, Italy / 12" (though seeming to be a modern-day Size 6) and "Made in Italy Exclusively for / Saks Fifth Avenue;" included with a typed signed letter reading in part "This blouse by the Italian designer... / was given to me by Marilyn Monroe. It had become too / large for her. / Joan Greenson Aebi," "Joan" being the daughter of Dr. Ralph Greenson, MM's longtime psychiatrist. (Please note there are sweat marks and other minor staining evident due to age, but overall condition is still good.)
Sold: $12,500.00 

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Lot 46009: A Marilyn Monroe Pair of Jax Pants, Circa 1962
A Marilyn Monroe Pair of Jax Pants, Circa 1962. Made of black silk, in the cigarette style, inside label reads "Designed by Jax," no size evident but seeming to be a modern-day size 4; included with a typed signed letter reading in part "These black pants were given to me by / Marilyn Monroe. They had become too / large for her... / Joan Greenson Aebi," "Joan" being the daughter of Dr. Ralph Greenson, MM's longtime psychiatrist.
Sold: $6,875.00  

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Lot 46010: A Marilyn Monroe-Received Letter from an Associate, Circa 1960
A Marilyn Monroe-Received Letter from an Associate, Circa 1960. Two pages, handwritten in blue ballpoint ink on 'American Airlines' in flight stationery, a general newsy letter with some highlights reading in part "darling Marilyn / ...I read Lillian Hellman's / new play and I saw Clifford's [Odets] / movie. I was shattered by the play... / I think Ralph Roberts would be of / great help to you. He is at Beverly / Wilshire.../ I do wish I had a script of 'Misfits;' interestingly, MM took the advice of this friend and ended up hiring Roberts to be her personal masseur. 10" x 7"
Sold: $750.00 

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Lot 46011: A Marilyn Monroe-Received Letter from Eunice Murray, 1962
A Marilyn Monroe-Received Letter from Eunice Murray, 1962. One page of lined notebook paper, handwritten on both sides in green ballpoint ink, dated "Monday nite / Feb. 5," outlining various ideas for home renovations that Murray was evidently researching for the star such as a "wardrobe dressing / room on the front of the house - using the front / window of (MM's) bedroom as the doorway," among others, Murray ends the note with "I would suggest / concentrating on the interior in the way we originally planned...E.M," additionally, two business cards of contractors are stapled to the front of note. 11" x 8 1/2"
Sold: $1,750.00 
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Lot 46012: A Marilyn Monroe-Received Note from William Inge, 1959
A Marilyn Monroe-Received Note from William Inge, 1959. One page, typed on personalized notepaper, dated "April 6, 1959," from the famous playwright [who wrote "Bus Stop"] who was evidently a big Marilyn Monroe fan, signed in black fountain pen ink in the lower right corner "Bill Inge." 8" x 6"
Sold: $391.25  

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Lot 46013: A Marilyn Monroe-Received Group of Business Letters, 1950s-1960s
A Marilyn Monroe-Received Group of Business Letters, 1950s-1960s. Five total, all sent to the star by various professional associates including ones from: 1) Harry McIntyre, on Twentieth Century-Fox letterhead, dated "December 22, 1958," regarding rights to a novel the studio bought from MM; 2) Hugh French, on Hugh French Agency letterhead, dated "11 January 1961," regarding a television show he wanted MM to star in; 3) Matthew Fox, on his personal letterhead, dated "June 23, 1961," regarding a production he thought would be good for MM and Elizabeth Taylor (!); 4) Milton A. Rudin [MM's lawyer], on Gang, Type, Rudin & Brown letterhead, dated "December 19, 1961," regarding a special screening of the Bette Davis film, "Of Human Bondage;" and 5) Richard S. Meryman, Jr., on Life letterhead, dated "February 10, 1962," regarding an interview for the magazine and how MM would be able to "destroy negatives" (of photos she didn't like); months later, Meryman finally did get his interview, but sadly, it would be Marilyn's last one. 11" x 8 1/2"
Sold: $937.50
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Lot 46014: A Marilyn Monroe Group of Documents, 1962
A Marilyn Monroe Group of Documents, 1962. Including: 1) six typed letters between Cherie Redmond [MM's Los Angeles secretary] and a travel agent, dated from February to April 1962, regarding an ongoing issue about a refund MM needed for unused airline tickets; 2) a pale yellow 'Inter-Office Correspondence' memo to MM from Redmond, dated "7/25/62," regarding funds in the star's various banking accounts; and 3) a similar memo, dated "8/1/62," regarding overdraft protection MM needed in order to pay August's bills. 11" x 8 1/2" and smaller
Sold: $1,062.50 
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Lot 46015: A Marilyn Monroe Group of Documents, 1950s
A Marilyn Monroe Group of Documents, 1950s. Three items including: 1) a receipt from the 76 Union gas station at 14478 Ventura Boulevard in Sherman Oaks, dated "5/1/54," in the amount of "$7.07," signed off by a "Vic Masi for Mrs. M. DiMaggio;" 2) a single page typed with Monroe's dictations for a telegram to Inez Melson [her business manager], dated "June 10, 1959," regarding "Clyde," a pet bird; and 3) a newspaper clipping of a short article about MM's fashion sense (likely from The Los Angeles Times, April 29, 1958). 11" x 8 1/2" and smaller
Sold: $437.50 

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Lot 46016: A Marilyn Monroe Legal Form, 1953
A Marilyn Monroe Legal Form, 1953. A pale yellow quadruplicate copy titled "Notice of Attachment," reading in part "Matter of Shaeffer [sic?] Plaintiff / Marilyn Monroe Defendant / on Monday, 2-2-53 12:01 PM;" two hole punch marks on top margin. 9" x 4"
This is an odd document, possibly relating to MM's voice and musical coach, Hal Schaeffer, though the last name is spelled differently on this form. Schaeffer, who was having an affair with MM as she was divorcing Joe DiMaggio, unwittingly became part of the infamous 'Wrong Door Raid,' but this piece pre-dates that event by almost two years -- perhaps it relates to a different person altogether.
Sold: $212.50 
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 Lot 46017: Two Marilyn Monroe-Received Fan Letters, 1950s-1960s
Two Marilyn Monroe-Received Fan Letters, 1950s-1960s. The first typed on a single page, dated "May 5, 1959," reading in part "I am a clergyman who is enthusiastic about all / your performances... / and would / like very much to have an autographed photograph...;" a penciled annotation (not in MM's hand) on the lower margin reads "Mae - I sent him one - But I / thought Marilyn would get / a kick out of the idea;" the second typed on a single page, dated "Janury [sic] 18, 1962," reading in part "I have written a novel which I think would make a / very good movie for you to star in;" a red penciled annotation (not in MM's hand) on the lower margin reads in part "To Cherie / Just reply not..." 11" x 8 1/2" and smaller
Sold: $375.00 
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Lot 46018: A Marilyn Monroe Group of Never-Before-Seen Black and White Snapshots from Korea, 1954
A Marilyn Monroe Group of Never-Before-Seen Black and White Snapshots from Korea, 1954. Nine total, all vintage prints with a glossy finish; three depicting the star wearing military coveralls (though just the top of her blonde head can be seen in one); three depicting her posing for soldiers before she goes onstage; and three depicting her onstage at the microphone; consigned directly by the soldier who shot these photographs 58 years ago when Marilyn famously entertained the troops while she was on her ill-fated honeymoon with Joe DiMaggio. (Please note the snapshots are in poor condition now with tape residue, bends, slight tears, and fold marks, but one can still see MM in each image.) 5" x 4"
Sold: $1,875.00 
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Lot 46019: A Marilyn Monroe Never-Before-Seen Black and White Snapshot, 1955
A Marilyn Monroe Never-Before-Seen Black and White Snapshot, 1955. An original print, depicting the star standing next to a woman (likely Amy Greene) at the premiere of "East of Eden" which took place on March 9, 1955 at the Astor Theatre in New York City. (Please note there are a few light creases but overall image is not affected.) 3 3/4" x 2 3/4"
Sold: $375.00 
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Lot 46020: Two Marilyn Monroe Black and White Publicity Photographs, Circa 1953
Two Marilyn Monroe Black and White Publicity Photographs, Circa 1953. Both original prints with a glossy finish, each depicting the star in classic cheesecake poses taken at the height of her career. 10" x 8"
Sold: $312.50 
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Lot 46021: A Marilyn Monroe Acetate Record of 'My Heart Belongs to Daddy' from "Let's Make Love."
A Marilyn Monroe Acetate Record of 'My Heart Belongs to Daddy' from "Let's Make Love." 20th Century Fox, 1960. With a 20th Century Fox Film Corp. label typed with "F13 - Let's Make Love / 'My Heart Belongs to Daddy' / DS 25 / Monroe-Group-Orch. / 33 1/3;" Marilyn's version of the Cole Porter classic, this one being slightly different than the one she sings as "Amanda Dell" in the film co-starring Yves Montand and Tony Randall; condition is very good. Diameter: 12"
Sold: $3,125.00 

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Lot 46022: A Marilyn Monroe-Related Vintage Lapel Button, 1956
A Marilyn Monroe-Related Vintage Lapel Button, 1956. Made of tin, featuring an image of the star surrounded by text reading "Gentlemen Prefer Marilyn Monroe," copyright information on bottom reads "MMNM 1956." (Please note there is some discoloration due to age.) Diameter: 1 3/8"
Sold: $325.00 

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12 mai 2011

2/03/1962 Retour à Los Angeles

Le vendredi 2 mars 1962, Marilyn Monroe est de retour à Los Angeles, après avoir passé une dizaine de jours au Mexique. Pat Newcomb, Eunice Murray et Jose Bolanos l'accompagnent.
Photographies de George Fry.
On Friday, March 2, 1962, Marilyn Monroe is back in Los Angeles after having spent ten days in Mexico City. Pat Newcomb, Eunice Murray and Jose Bolanos are with her. 
Photographs by George Fry.

> Sur le tarmac de l'aéroport international de Los Angeles (LAX)
 
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Articles de presse du 3 Mars 1961
Voice of Broadway by Dorothy Kilgallen.
Robert Goulet says he’s been asked to play the lead opposite Marilyn Monroe in her next film, “ Something’s Got to Give’’ — but something will have to give before he can say “yes.” He's tied to “Camelot” until October. Meanwhile Marilyn has slimmed down to the point where her chassis never looked better, and anyone who thinks she is unhappy about Arthur Miller’s recent wedding just doesn’t know her. She was alerted well in advance of the nuptials, and couldn’t care less.
La Voix de Broadway par Dorothy Kilgallen.
Robert Goulet raconte qu'il a été invité à jouer le rôle principal face à Marilyn Monroe dans son prochain film "Quelque chose va craquer" - mais quelque chose devra donner avant qu'il puisse dire «oui». Il est lié à "Camelot" jusqu'à octobre. Pendant ce temps, Marilyn a maigri au point où son corps n'a jamais été aussi mieux, et quiconque pense qu'elle est malheureuse au sujet du récent (re)mariage d'Arthur Miller, ne la connait pas. Elle a été bien averti bien à l'avance des noces, et ne pouvait pas s'en soucier.

MM Returns to Hollywood - HOLLYWOOD (AP)
Actress Marilyn Monroe is back in Hollywood. She arrived at International airport Friday in typical Monroe fashion—late. Her plane from Mexico was an hour behind schedule.
Marilyn retourne à Hollywood.
L'actrice Marilyn Monroe est de retour à Hollywood. Elle est arrivée à l'aéroport international vendredi à la mode typique de Monroe -en retard. Son avion en provenance du Mexique avait une heure de retard.

Marilyn Ends Mexico Vacation -HOLLYWOOD (AP)
Marilyn Monroe ended a Mexico City vacation yesterday returning to Hollywood in dark glasses, mink coat, tan slacks and a gaily coloured blouse. The movie queen wore little or no makeup when she stepped from the plane at Los Angeles International Airport. It wasn't established immediately how long she'll remain in the film capital
or whether she'll be working. She told newsmen she may make a movie, "Something's Got to Give," but she wasn't sure. "It's supposed to be a comedy," she added. Asked about boy friends, she was especially vague.
She said she didn't know whether ex-husband Joe Dimaggio planned to visit her. She denied knowledge, in fact, of the baseball celebrity's whereabouts.
Fin des vacances de Marilyn au Mexique.
Marilyn Monroe a terminé ses vacances dans la ville de Mexico hier, revenant à Hollywood en lunettes noires, manteau de vison, un pantalon beige et un chemisier gaiement coloré. La reine du cinéma portait peu ou pas de maquillage quand elle sortit de l'avion à l'aéroport international de Los Angeles. Il n'a pas été établi immédiatement combien de temps elle va rester dans la capitale du cinéma ou si elle va travailler. Elle a dit à des journalistes qu'elle allait peut être faire un film "Quelque chose va craquer", mais elle n'en était pas sûre. "C'est censé être une comédie, a-t-elle ajouté. Interrogée sur ses petits amis, elle était particulièrement vague.
Elle a dit qu'elle ne savait pas si son ex-mari Joe DiMaggio avait prévu de lui rendre visite. Elle a nié avoir connaissance, en fait, de la localisation de la star de baseball.

Los Angeles Times.
Marilyn Monroe arrives in Los Angeles after jet trip from vacation in Mexico, and refuses to comment on rumors that she will be rewed to first husband Joe DiMaggio.
Marilyn Monroe arrive à Los Angeles après après un voyage éclair de repos Mexique, et refuse de commenter les rumeurs qu'elle aurait renoué avec son premier mari Joe DiMaggio.


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22 avril 2011

Julien's Auction 05/2011 - lots 570 à 578

lot n°570: MARILYN MONROE PUCCI ENSEMBLE 
A two-piece silk jersey in seafoam green, boatneck, sleeveless shirt with elastic waist together with matching knee-length skirt. Each piece pieces have both Emilio Pucci and Saks Fifth Avenue labels.
PROVENANCE Lot 288, "The Personal Property of Marilyn Monroe," Christie's, New York, Sale number 9216, October 27 & 28, 1999.
Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000
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lot n°571: MARILYN MONROE FALSE EYELASHES
A box containing a pair of Martha Lorraine brand eyelashes owned by Marilyn Monroe. The box contains a plastic tray in which the eyelashes rest. There is also a segment to hold glue, which is absent. The lashes, made of human hair, contain traces of lash glue.
PROVENANCE Partial Lot 112, "Fine Manuscripts Including a Collection of Marilyn Monroe Memorabilia," Christie's, Los Angeles, September 12, 2001
Estimate: $500 - $700
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lot n°572: MARILYN MONROE HAIRNET
A nude hairnet owned by Marilyn Monroe.
PROVENANCE Partial Lot 248, "Property From the Estate of Marilyn Monroe," Julien's Auctions, Los Angeles, June 4, 2005.
Estimate: $400 - $600 
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lot n°573: MARILYN MONROE SATIN SLIP
A cream color satin half slip with side zipper from the personal wardrobe of Marilyn Monroe. Label reads "Virgina Wallace 26." One stain on front and two small stains on back.
PROVENANCE Partial Lot 116, "The Personal Property of Marilyn Monroe," Christie's, New York, sale number 9216, October 27 & 28, 1999
Estimate: $400 - $600
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lot n°574: MARILYN MONROE BRASSIERE LINER  
An off-white brassiere liner from the professional wardrobe of Marilyn Monroe.
PROVENANCE Partial Lot 80, "Property From the Estate of Marilyn Monroe," Julien's Auctions, Los Angeles, June 4, 2005.
Estimate: $200 - $400
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lot n°575: MARILYN MONROE BELT
A black velvet belt owned by Marilyn Monroe. The belt is stamped on the leather back "A Swanky Product." Brass buckle has discolored due to age. Includes original Christie's lot tag. Length, 32 inches
PROVENANCE Partial Lot 114, "The Personal Property of Marilyn Monroe," Christie's, New York, Sale number 9216, October 27 & 28, 1999
Estimate: $400 - $600
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lot n°576: MARILYN MONROE SWEATER
A black mohair sweater vest with lable reading "Ilaria/ Made In Italy."
PROVENANCE Partial Lot 146, "The Personal Property of Marilyn Monroe," Christie's, New York, Sale number 9216, October 27 & 28, 1999.
Estimate: $800 - $1,200
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lot n°577: MARILYN MONROE OWNED SKIRT
A tan corduroy skirt owned by Marilyn Monroe. Label reads "designed by Jax." Straight shape with side zipper and back kick pleat. No size present.
PROVENANCE Lot 30, "Property From the Estate of Marilyn Monroe," Julien's Auctions, Los Angeles, June 4, 2005
Estimate: $600 - $800 
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lot n°578: MARILYN MONROE COCKTAIL DRESS
A black crepe cocktail dress with deep v-neck and low cut back, with pouf hemline. Interior label reads “front” to identify the front of the dress. Monroe wore this dress to a 1958 party at The Beverly Hills Hotel and is pictured on the cover of the book Marilyn Monroe: From Beginning to End by Michael Ventura. No size present.
PROVENANCE Lot 238, “The Personal Property of Marilyn Monroe,” Christie’s, New York, Sale number 9216, October 27 & 28, 1999
Estimate: $20,000 - $30,000 
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