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post Feb 19 2014, 11:42 AM
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Does anyone have a bigger version?
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Here is footage of the Press conference (IMG:http://d2eae8pjw8pj4b.cloudfront.net/boards/style_emoticons/default/thumbup1.gif)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pY7DHZ4oDzI
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You have such a wonderful collection of movies and footage. Thank you so much for sharing them. (IMG:http://d2eae8pjw8pj4b.cloudfront.net/boards/style_emoticons/default/throb.gif)
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Love that one in particular...neighborhood kids hanging in with all the press. Thanks Suus!
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Miller contacted his lawyer, Joseph L. Rauh, Jr., a widely respected civil rights attorney and co-founder of the Americans for Democratic Action, to ask his suggestions for housing in DC. Joe Rauh invited Miller and Marilyn to stay on the sofa bed in the den of his house at 3625 Appleton Street NW. The next day Rauh’s son Carl, a junior at Wilson High School, drove to Union Station to pick up a woman “wearing a dark wig, a head scarf, and sunglasses.” That was Marilyn Monroe.

Monroe spent the next week at Rauh’s house with Olie Rauh, Joe’s wife. She bicycled around the neighborhood (wearing sunglasses and pedal pushers), sat at the Rauh’s backyard pool, read books and followed the trial as closely as she could from afar. The neighbors had no idea that Monroe was still present, having assumed she had only briefly visited the Rauh’s. In reality, Monroe and Miller had left the Rauh home and then returned for their extended stay.

On the last day of her week’s visit someone tipped an Evening Star reporter to Monroe’s presence and the lawn was soon full of representatives of the press. Monroe held a brief news conference.

When asked what she thought of Washington, she said, “I love your city. I think it’s the most beautiful I’ve ever seen. I’ve never been here before.” Soon after, Monroe and her husband, as scheduled, left for Union Station to catch a train to New York. Sadly, Monroe, who had been pregnant while she visited the Rauhs, miscarried in New York.
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