An early shot of Pamela Green posing on the rocks taken by Zoltan Glass in 1952 and one of her still with her darker hair. I’m unsure as to where this image actually got published, so if anyone knows please do let me know?
So little time and so many pussy jokes I could use, but I’ll refrain from doing them! Margaret Nolan posing in the Gerrard Street exhibition of GHM’s work, which included a pussy section! As well as photographing glamour models, Harrison Marks also loved his cats (see refrained from using pussy there!) and his cats turn up in many of his early photo’s especially those taken at Gerrard Street and his flat above. Margaret can be seen above in the cat section of the exhibition hold on of the said cats and this appeared in Kamera No.46 (1962) with other shots of Margaret in abd around the exhibition.
Another model identified this time by PhilD, who originally sent through the top shot for identification in this post and then identified his own request 🙂 Phil later identified the model as Doris Hurst and sent through the bottom image of her from Beautiful Britons No.8 and definitely the same model.
Thanks to Phil another from the unknown models list identified!
I published an image of this model last week from Kamera No.7 (1958), where she appears twice on a Tiger skin rug. After that post Jeff mailed me with a possible identification of her, as Gloria Conlan, but I’m still not 100% convinced? I actually published a set of photo’s of Gloria Conlan by Harrison Marks that appeared in the Fiesta Spring Special 1957 (Pages 46-49), so the timeline works. She also appears in the above shot from Kamera Special No.2 (1958).
Is it Gloria, what do you think?
Three more restored 35mm slides of Tina Madison frolicking in someone’s front room nude and uncensored and a companion to this shot. I’m liking the top shot, but the bottom shot has a certain appeal to it for some reason!
A Roman theme to this shot of Ann Dixon (Hazel Taylor) with the toga like dress and grapes. A much more elegant shot of ann with her hair up from the 1950’s Glamour Book that includes a range of images from Russell Gay publications, including Fiesta and Knave with the Odd QT image thrown in for good measure.