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mels
Awies ! I'm a BAD webmaster, I didn't even post this info to the Trivia forum. Actually you did it so well that I'm just going to transfer your post to the Trivia forum, I hope it's okay !!! smile1.gif

BTW as soon as you have a moment could you please change your profile by setting yourself a new avatar? Cause right now it displays a broken image because of the transfer from the old boards to this one...

Thanks again for beeing a better Marilyn fan than I am wink3.gif

mels
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Icon of 20th century glamour.....MARILYN

Mels I have added Avatar to my profile....thanks honey
Paul.
lilgoldvw
Colour pic...
lilgoldvw
Another one...
lilgoldvw
Here's the Jean Louis design for that fabulous dress.
the_Mmmm_girl
On June 29, 1956 Marilyn Monroe married Arthur Miller in a secret civil ceremony in White, Plains New York. Earlier that day she gave a press conference in their Connecticut home, (announcing their official wedding date) where a reporter, Mara Sherbatoff, en route to the conference dies in a car accident.
Marilyn666
July 1

1952: Marilyn and Arthur Miller held their religious wedding ceremony at the Katonah, New York home of Miller's literary agent, Kay Brown. Rabbi Robert Goldberg performed the ceremony.

1961: Marilyn recuperated at the Polyclinic Hospital in New York City after having her gall bladder removed.

1962: Marilyn was photographed at the home of Peter Lawford by photographer George Barris for "Cosmopolitan" magazine.



is this the series they're talking about above [1962]?
mels
Ooh YAY guys ! It's great to see everyone is working to keep the trivia alive ! I wish I still had the time to participate !!!! Thank you SO much ! hug.gif
lilgoldvw
Yep, that's a George Barris photo from that session. And a tiny correction - Arthur and Marilyn's religious ceremony was held in 1956, not 1952. smile1.gif
Marilyn666
oops! haha
sorry... shy.gif shy.gif I knew that too = S
Marilyn666
crap! I meant to post this... but forgot.. lol

July 8

1958: Marilyn flew from New York to Los Angeles to begin filming "Some Like It Hot." Upon arrival, she checked into the Bel Air Hotel, and later that afternoon appeared at a press conference with Billy Wilder, Tony Curtis, and Jack Lemmon. That night she was the guest of honor at a party given by the film's producer, Harold Mirisch.

1960: Costume test for "The Misfits" were done.

1961: Marilyn recuperated at the Polyclinic Hospital in New York City after having her gall bladder removed.
Marilyn666
July 13

1956: Marilyn and Arthur Miller left for London, England to begin shooting "The Prince and the Showgirl."

1960: Kennedy media campaigne manager, Peter Summers, recalled seeing Marilyn and John Kennedy together at Peter Lawford's home in the morning. (ref. "The Last Days of Marilyn Monroe," p. 347, Donald Wolfe)
Marilyn666
July 14

1956: Marilyn and Arthur Miller arrived at the Heathrow Airport in London, England. They were greeted by Laurence Olivier and his wife Vivien Leigh. Later that day, Marilyn gave her first British press conference announcing the production of "The Prince and the Showgirl."
Marilyn666
July 15

1962: Marilyn and Sidney Skolsky travelled to Indio, near Palm Springs, to obtain permission from "Mama Jean" Bello (the mother of Jean Harlow) to produce a film about her daughter's life.


Did anyone hear about this??? whatever happened to it??? :?:
Twisty_treat
I don't know...maybe it was Marilyn's project, so when she died they kind of forgot about it...good, I say. If Marilyn couldn't do it...

Btw Katie, where do you find all this great info? Your books? 8-O
Marilyn666
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I don't know...maybe it was Marilyn's project, so when she died they kind of forgot about it...good, I say. If Marilyn couldn't do it...

Btw Katie, where do you find all this great info? Your books? 8-O


it's not from books actually.. it's from this site... here.. let me give it to you

http://www.geocities.com/Hollywood/Chateau...7/february.html

this is for February.. you can change it though. it's a really cool site biggrin.gif flirt.gif
mels
The Jean Harlow project was getting more and more serious if I remember well. Marilyn had had that in mind for quite a long time, i even believe (though it would be safe to double check) that the project was first initiated during the brief "life" of the MMP. Marilyn spoke about such a possible project in several occasions. I don't remember how the whole thing finished though but I believe that Marilyn died before any final decision was taken...

mels

PS Katie : thank you SO much for keeping this trivia thing alive !!! smile1.gif
Marilyn666
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The Jean Harlow project was getting more and more serious if I remember well. Marilyn had had that in mind for quite a long time, i even believe (though it would be safe to double check) that the project was first initiated during the brief "life" of the MMP. Marilyn spoke about such a possible project in several occasions. I don't remember how the whole thing finished though but I believe that Marilyn died before any final decision was taken...

mels

PS Katie : thank you SO much for keeping this trivia thing alive !!! smile1.gif



wow... I wish that project had at least started....ooh it would have been sooo cool to see it eh??

oh and mels, it's no problem.... it's really cool to see what happened on each day....speaking of which *time to update for today* *wink* :saint:
Marilyn666
July 16

1956: Marilyn and Laurence Olivier gave a joint press conference at the London Savoy Hotel announcing the production of "The Prince and the Showgirl."

= D

I was just trying to find one of my pictures of this conference.. but... i can't find them. laughing.gif
Marilyn666
July 17

1946: Norma Jeane walked through the gates of 20th Century-Fox for the first time. Cameraman, Leon Shamroy, shot a 100-feet roll of silent, color film stock that became her first screen test.

1962: Marilyn attempted to call Robert Kennedy several times, both at his private number and through the Justice Department switchboard. Phone records bare out the fact.



8-O 8-O 8-O pretty cool eh??? [[[[the 1946 - screen test thing]]]]
Marilyn666
is this one ? [pic from the conference]
LadyinWaiting
A very Special Year indeed! Although, I have the date as ~JULY 19, 1946~ I do suppose it is a misprint.......which date, I do now wonder?? rolleyes1.gif ~LadyinWaiting~
Marilyn666
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A very Special Year indeed!  Although, I have the date as ~JULY 19, 1946~ I do suppose it is a misprint.......which date, I do now wonder??  rolleyes1.gif  ~LadyinWaiting~



oh shoot!
you're right
it is on the 19th! :snif: crap!
LadyinWaiting
~Wink~ :saint:


~LadyinWaiting~
mels
Nope... the pic you are showing is indeed from a press conf. with Laurence Olivier for the Prince and the Showgirl but this conf. was held in London just right before the filming.

What you are looking for is the "broken strap" conference wink3.gif I have some pics at home, I'll try to post them tonight smile1.gif
LadyinWaiting
Today is the birthday of Marilyn's neice, ~Mona Rae Miracle~born July 18, 1939 to Paris and Berniece Baker Miracle. Berniece Miracle is the sister of Norma Jeane AKA Marilyn Monroe. Mona Rae and Berniece are her surviving relatives, reside in Florida.

~LadyinWaiting~
lilgoldvw
I thought that Berniece had passed on...
Marilyn666
i feel stupid now
hahaa
Marilyn666
July 18

1956: Marilyn and Arthur Miller attend London's Lyric Theatre.

1962: Marilyn and photographer George Barris's final photo session held.
Marilyn666
July 20

1960: Marilyn and Arthur Miller arrived at the Mapes Hotel in Reno, Nevada, where they stayed during the filming of "The Misfits."
Marilyn666
1946: Norma Jeane walked through the gates of 20th Century-Fox for the first time. Cameraman, Leon Shamroy, shot a 100-feet roll of silent, color film stock that became her first screen test.

today is the real day.. not the 17 shy.gif
Marilyn666
July 24

1946: Marilyn signed a hand-written release permitting "Bernard of Hollywood" to use the pictures he had taken of her for exhibition and commericial use.
Marilyn666
July 25

1962: A prescription for chloral hydrate was filled. This bottle would be found on the night stand beside the bed where Marilyn's body was found the night she died. Ten tablets remained in it.

= ( :snif:
LadyinWaiting
Born Berneice Inez Gladys Baker, July 30, 1919- To Gladys and Jasper (Jap) Baker. Berneice is the surviving half sister of Norma Jeane...
"The first time I saw Norma Jeane's face, was in a blurry junior high school portrait, that came with a letter from the sister I'd never known."

Berneice and Norma Jeane/ Marilyn had different father's, but shared the same mother, a mother whose mental illness affected both of her daughter's.

"The whole world knew about it before I did....we had been traveling for 2 days in a car with a broken radio" on learning of her sister's passing. "She died with the phone in her hand, honey...she must have been tryin to call you." ~Niobe Paris~ sister in-law


Berneice was the dear sister to Norma Jeane/ Marilyn.........
She and Marilyn tried their best to guard and protect their dearly loved mother, in her fragile state. Love is Eternal


Wishing Berneice Baker Miracle a beautiful day......Happy Birthday Berneice.


~LadyinWaiting~
Marilyn666
July 30

1956: Rehearsals began for "The Prince and the Showgirl" at Pinewood Studios in England.
1960: Shooting of "The Misfits" was postponed.

1962: White House telephone records reveal that Peter Lawford placed an eighteen minute phone call to the president at 8:40am Eastern Standard Time (5:40am Pacific). (ref. "The Last Days of Marilyn Monroe," p. 443, Donald Wolfe)

----Telephone records reveal that Marilyn placed an eight minute phone call to the Justice Department. (ref. "The Last Days of Marilyn Monroe," p. 443, Donald Wolfe)
Marilyn666
1962: Marilyn called Henry Rosenfeld regarding her plans for a three-day New York trip in early September. She planned to give a dinner party in Washingtion D.C., and wanted Rosenfeld to be her escort at the opening of the Irving Berlin musical "Mr. President." She had ordered a $6,000.00 gown from Jean-Louis for the occasion. Editor's Note: The gown mentioned here is the one that Donald Spoto, in his book Marilyn Monroe: The Biography, says was purchased for her upcoming re-marriage to Joe DiMaggio. He also cites the fact that she had ordered champange and foodstuffs which he claims were to be used at the reception.
----Marilyn invited Whitey Synder and Marjorie Plecher to her home to celebrate the couples engagement and the fact that they would all soon be going back to work on the set of "Something's Got to Give."
Marilyn666
1957: At the Doctors Hospital, located at 170 East End Avenue in New York City, Dr. Hilliard Dubrow, assisted by Dr. Bernard Berglass, performed emergency surgery on Marilyn which resulted in the miscarriage of Arthur Miller's baby. The pregnancy had been tubular.

1960: Shooting of "The Misfits" was postponed.
Marilyn666
August 2

1945: Norma Jeane filled out an application card for the Blue Book Model Agency at an 11:00am appointment.

1957: Marilyn continued to recuperate at the Doctors Hospital in New York City after her miscarriage of Arthur Miller's baby.
Marilyn666
August 3 Friday

---- The last photographs taken of Marilyn while she was alive appeared in LIFE magazine. They had been taken by photographer Allan Grant.

---- Robert Kennedy and family flew into San Francisco, where he was schedule to speak. They stayed at the Gilroy, CA ranch of lawyer John Bates.

---- Marilyn called poet Norman Rosten at his home in Brooklyn, New York.

---- According to Robert Slatzer, he received his last phone call from Marilyn.
[[[ But can we really trust that man??? ]]]
---- Marilyn had two appointments with Dr. Ralph Greenson. One at his residence, and one at her's.

---- 4:00pm: Marilyn had an appointment with Dr. Engelberg. He gave her an injection -- which he later charged the estate for -- and a prescription for 50 Nembutal tablets.

---- Marilyn went to Peter Lawford's beach house.

---- Marilyn had dinner with Peter Lawford and Pat Newcomb at "La Scala's" restaurant.

---- Patricia Newcomb spent the night, sleeping in the "phoneroom," at Marilyn's Brentwood home. Newcomb was fighting a bad case of bronchitis.
Marilyn666
this is a long one

August 4 Saturday

---- Eunice Murray, Marilyn's "housekeeper," arrives at Marilyn's home at 8:30am. Her son-in-law, Norman Jefferies, is already there laying tiles on the kitchen floor.
---- Robert Kennedy flew into Los Angeles. This has been confirmed by Darryl Gates of the LAPD in his book "Chief: My Life in the LAPD" among other sources.

---- The citrus trees and various flowering plants that Marilyn had ordered from Frank's Nursery were delivered.

---- Morning: Marilyn and Pat Newcomb have an argument. Newcomb said the argument was because she had been able to sleep the night before and Marilyn had not.

---- 12:00 noon (approximately): Isadore Miller, Arthur Miller's father, called Marilyn around this time. According to Murray, Marilyn did not eat lunch. Pat Newcomb said that they did: hamburgers.

---- 2:00pm - 4:00pm: Somewhere between these times, auto mechanic, Henry D'Antonio, returned Mrs. Murray's car to Marilyn's home.

---- 4:00pm (approximately): Robert Kennedy arrived at Marilyn's home. Monroe's neighbor, Elizabeth Pollard, recalled seeing his arrival.

---- 4:00pm (approximately): Eunice Murray is told to leave and goes shopping. (She would later claim that there was an argument between Kennedy and Monroe, and she was told to leave.) It is possible that she picked up the Nembutal perscription that Dr. Engelberg had given Marilyn the day before. Although he claimed that it had been a prescription for 50 tablets, the San Vicente Pharmacy only gave 25 tablets. The empty bottle was found on Marilyn's night stand.

---- 5:00pm (approximately): Peter Lawford claimed to have called Marilyn to invite her to his dinner party that night.

---- According to Marilyn's hairdresser, Sidney Guilaroff, she called him and told him that Robert Kennedy and Peter Lawford had been to the house, that Bobby had threatened her, and that there had been an argument.

---- 5:00 - 5:30pm: Eunice Murray returns from shopping. Kennedy is gone and Marilyn is distraught. Murray calls Dr. Ralph Greenson. Her first version of the story did not mention Kennedy, rather she said that Marilyn had asked earlier in the day for oxygen, and she called Greenson regarding that.

---- 6:00pm (approximately): Dr. Greenson arrives at Marilyn's home. He tells Pat Newcomb to leave.

---- 7:00pm (approximately): Dr. Greenson leaves Marilyn's home.

---- 7:30pm (approximately): Joe DiMaggio, Jr. called Marilyn. He said she sounded normal. Murray described her demeanor while on the call as "a gay mood. . . I heard her laughing."

---- 7:30pm (approximately): Peter Lawford claimed to have received a phone call from Marilyn in which she sounded groggy and was slurring her words. It was this phone call in which she supposedly said, "Say goodbye to the president . . ." He said that he hung up the phone and called back, but got no answer. Although deeply concerned for her welfare, instead of making the ten minute drive to her home he called his manager, Milton Ebbins, for advice. Ebbins warned against taking action and advised him to call Marilyn's lawyer, Mickey Rudin.

---- 8:00pm - 9:00pm (between the hours of): Marilyn spoke to Henry Rosenfeld. He said she sounded tired, but herself. See July 31, 1962 for a previous call made to Rosenfeld.

---- 9:00pm (approximately): Marilyn's lawyer, Mickey Rudin, calls to check on Marilyn's condition. Eunice Murray tells him that she is fine.

---- 9:00pm (approximately): Marilyn called her hairdresser Sidney Guilaroff for the second time that day.

---- 9:00pm: Dinner, Chinese takeout, was served to Peter Lawford's guests at his beach house.

---- 9:30pm (approximately): Pat Newcomb arrives at Peter Lawford's beach house. This is confirmed by "Bullets" Durgon and Patricia Seaton Lawford, Peter's wife.

---- 10:00pm (approximately): The Naars, guests of Peter Lawford's, left.

---- 10:00pm (approximately): Peter Lawford's dinner guest confirmed that the last phone call from Marilyn came around 10:00pm. They said that Lawford showed no concern.

---- 10:00pm (approximately): Jose Bolanos claimed to have called Marilyn. He said that she excused herself from the phone and never came back.

---- 10:30pm (approximately): Ambulance driver for Shaefer Ambulance Service, James Hall, claims to have received a Code 3 call to Marilyn's home. He was accompanied by his partner, Murray Liebowitz. Hall claims that as they were working to revive Marilyn, who was lying on a bed in the guest house, a doctor, whom he later identified as Dr. Greenson, came in and administered an injection straight to the heart in an attempt to revive her. The needle hit a rib and did not enter the body correctly. He also claimed to have seen Pat Newcomb there.

---- 10:45pm (approximately): While attending a concert at the Hollywood Bowl, Arthur Jacobs and his wife-to-be, Natalie Trundy, received a message from Pat Newcomb that Marilyn was dead.
marilynpixie1786
Go here for last photographs. :snif: :saint:

http://glamournet.com/legends/Marilyn/mont...nthly/9607.html
Dirrty_Blonde
neat a piece of history on my birthday:) i didnt know any of this:)
Marilyn666
August 5

1957: Marilyn continued to recuperate at the Doctors Hospital in New York City after her miscarriage of Arthur Miller's baby.
1979: Fred Karger, Marilyn's voice coach for "Ladies of the Chorus" and former boyfried, died of leukemia.

August 5

---- 2:00am: A helicopter is dispatched to Lawford's beach house to pick up an unidentified passenger.

---- 4:25am: LAPD Sgt. Jack Clemmons recieved a phone call from Dr. Engelberg saying that Marilyn was dead.

---- 4:40am: LAPD Sgt. Jack Clemmons arrived at Marilyn's house. Eunice Murray, Dr. Engelberg, and Dr. Greenson were on the scene when he arrived.

---- 5:00am: Detective Sgt. Robert Byron arrived at Marilyn's home and took the case over from Clemmons. People already at the scene included: Milton Rudin, Dr. Hyman Engelberg, Eunice Murray, Patricia Newcomb, and Norman Jefferies.

---- early morning: The police used the kitchen of Marilyn's home as a temporary headquarters and began questioning the witnesses.

---- early morning: Witnesses claimed that Patricia Newcomb was hysterically going through the house looking for an unknown item.

---- 5:45am: Guy Hockett, the owner of Westwood Village Mortuary, and his son arrived by mortuary van. It took Hockett nearly five minutes to straighten Marilyn's body due to the advanced state of rigor mortis. He also gathered the pill bottles on the night stand beside her bed.

---- 6:30am (approximately): Guy Hockett and his son loaded Marilyn's body into the mortuary van.

---- 6:30am (approximately): Billy Woodfield and Joe Hymans followed the mortuary van to to Westwood Village Mortuary. While the body was left unattended in the mortuary van, Woodfield took several photographs of the shrouded body.

---- 6:30am (approximately): Eunice Murray, Norman Jefferies, and Pat Newcomb leave Marilyn's residence in Eunice Murray's Dodge. Pat Newcomb claimed to have driven there, but her car was not in the immediate area. As the car pulled away, Newcomb screamed, "Keep shooting, vultures!" and "How would you like it if your best friend died!"

---- morning: Marilyn's telephone records are impounded.

---- morning: Dr. Thomas Noguchi was requested, via a telephone message from Dr. Theodore Curphy, to perform the autopsy on Marilyn.

---- morning: Marilyn's name is not on the roster list of bodies deliveried to the morgue. Coroner's aide Lionel Grandison began a systematic search and found the body at Westwood Village Mortuary.

---- morning: Westwood Village Mortuary attendant Allan Abbott, who was supposed to prepare Marilyn's body for embalming, puts her body into a broom closet to keep her away from the press who want photographs. He claims that he was offered $10,000.00 for the chance to take a body of the corpse. Woodfield ultimately got a photograph of Marilyn's body in the broom closet. Twenty security guards from Pinkerton's are called to keep the press at bay.

---- 9:00am (approximately): Marilyn's body is removed from Westwood Village Mortuary and taken to the Los Angeles County Morgue where it was placed in crypt #33 and assigned case #81128.

---- 9:30am: Gilroy, California parish priest confirms that Robert Kennedy and family attended mass at the Church of St. Mary's.

---- morning: Hearing the news of Marilyn's death in San Francisco, Joe DiMaggio takes a morning flight to Los Angeles. He checked into Room 1035 at the Miramar Hotel.

---- 10:15am: Marilyn's body is prepared for autopsy by coroner's assistant Eddy Day on table 1.

---- 10:30am: Dr. Thomas Noguchi performed the autopsy on Marilyn's body. Also present were deputy district attorney John Miner and Los Angeles Coroner Dr. Theodore Curphey.

---- Inez Melson, with the permission of Berniece Miracle, claimed the body of Marilyn at the Los Angeles County Morgue.

---- 10:00pm: "LIFE" photographer Leigh Wiener brided a morgue attendant with a bottle of whiskey and shot a number of pictures of Marilyn's corpse both covered and uncovered.
Marilyn666
August 5

1957: Marilyn continued to recuperate at the Doctors Hospital in New York City after her miscarriage of Arthur Miller's baby.
1979: Fred Karger, Marilyn's voice coach for "Ladies of the Chorus" and former boyfried, died of leukemia.


August 5

---- 2:00am: A helicopter is dispatched to Lawford's beach house to pick up an unidentified passenger.

---- 4:25am: LAPD Sgt. Jack Clemmons recieved a phone call from Dr. Engelberg saying that Marilyn was dead.

---- 4:40am: LAPD Sgt. Jack Clemmons arrived at Marilyn's house. Eunice Murray, Dr. Engelberg, and Dr. Greenson were on the scene when he arrived.

---- 5:00am: Detective Sgt. Robert Byron arrived at Marilyn's home and took the case over from Clemmons. People already at the scene included: Milton Rudin, Dr. Hyman Engelberg, Eunice Murray, Patricia Newcomb, and Norman Jefferies.

---- early morning: The police used the kitchen of Marilyn's home as a temporary headquarters and began questioning the witnesses.

---- early morning: Witnesses claimed that Patricia Newcomb was hysterically going through the house looking for an unknown item.

---- 5:45am: Guy Hockett, the owner of Westwood Village Mortuary, and his son arrived by mortuary van. It took Hockett nearly five minutes to straighten Marilyn's body due to the advanced state of rigor mortis. He also gathered the pill bottles on the night stand beside her bed.

---- 6:30am (approximately): Guy Hockett and his son loaded Marilyn's body into the mortuary van.

---- 6:30am (approximately): Billy Woodfield and Joe Hymans followed the mortuary van to to Westwood Village Mortuary. While the body was left unattended in the mortuary van, Woodfield took several photographs of the shrouded body.

---- 6:30am (approximately): Eunice Murray, Norman Jefferies, and Pat Newcomb leave Marilyn's residence in Eunice Murray's Dodge. Pat Newcomb claimed to have driven there, but her car was not in the immediate area. As the car pulled away, Newcomb screamed, "Keep shooting, vultures!" and "How would you like it if your best friend died!"

---- morning: Marilyn's telephone records are impounded.

---- morning: Dr. Thomas Noguchi was requested, via a telephone message from Dr. Theodore Curphy, to perform the autopsy on Marilyn.

---- morning: Marilyn's name is not on the roster list of bodies deliveried to the morgue. Coroner's aide Lionel Grandison began a systematic search and found the body at Westwood Village Mortuary.

---- morning: Westwood Village Mortuary attendant Allan Abbott, who was supposed to prepare Marilyn's body for embalming, puts her body into a broom closet to keep her away from the press who want photographs. He claims that he was offered $10,000.00 for the chance to take a body of the corpse. Woodfield ultimately got a photograph of Marilyn's body in the broom closet. Twenty security guards from Pinkerton's are called to keep the press at bay.

---- 9:00am (approximately): Marilyn's body is removed from Westwood Village Mortuary and taken to the Los Angeles County Morgue where it was placed in crypt #33 and assigned case #81128.

---- 9:30am: Gilroy, California parish priest confirms that Robert Kennedy and family attended mass at the Church of St. Mary's.

---- morning: Hearing the news of Marilyn's death in San Francisco, Joe DiMaggio takes a morning flight to Los Angeles. He checked into Room 1035 at the Miramar Hotel.

---- 10:15am: Marilyn's body is prepared for autopsy by coroner's assistant Eddy Day on table 1.

---- 10:30am: Dr. Thomas Noguchi performed the autopsy on Marilyn's body. Also present were deputy district attorney John Miner and Los Angeles Coroner Dr. Theodore Curphey.

---- Inez Melson, with the permission of Berniece Miracle, claimed the body of Marilyn at the Los Angeles County Morgue.

---- 10:00pm: "LIFE" photographer Leigh Wiener brided a morgue attendant with a bottle of whiskey and shot a number of pictures of Marilyn's corpse both covered and uncovered.
moonjazz
That dress was/is fabulous... flirt.gif
the_Mmmm_girl
Today in Marilyn's history:

Out of the hospital, Gladys brings Norma Jean home to live with her at 6812 Arbol Drive (near Highland Avenue, in Hollywood), a bungalow she had just purchased. Glady's and Norma Jeane share their home with a couple of tenants. In attempt to secure Norma Jean's future, Gladys buys life insurance and buys NJ a baby white piano. Norma Jeane also starts attending Selma Avenue Elementart School. :saint:
shutterbug
:abday:
ive got that on a cd of assorted marilyn songs.
the_Mmmm_girl
Today Marilyn and Joe was officially granted a divorce :snif: But they were to remain great friends until Marilyn's death in 1962.
Mandydolphin
MM agent Charles Feldman threw a party in Marilyn's honor at Romanoff's.
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