Maria Clarence beautiful and bare from an original negative scan, with the published retouched version of this shot appearing in Kamera No.46 P15 (1962). Her first appearance was in Kamera No.45 (1962) and further photos were published in issues No.46, 47, 48, 50, 55, 56, 60, 61, 66 & No.75. She also appeared in Kamera Special No.3 and six pages in the hardback book ‘She Walks in Beauty’. Maria was chosen for the 1962 Cornwall location shoot and a total of nearly eighty photographs of Maria were published including duos taken with Margaret Nolan and Jane Mathews. There are two known sets of 35mm Colour Slides of Maria, No’s 24 and No.32 with Margaret Nolan from the Cornwall shoot.
A beauty and bare shot of Maria in the studio, but those hairy arms are evident again, but not a lot of hair anywhere else!
Merle Henry down on the beach for a spot of nude sunbathing and posing for Harrison Marks. This one is for all the shaven/depilation fans out there after my question on this post, where it seems the reaction was split 50/50 down the middle on Hair or Bare!
Here we see a full frontal of Merle showing off her perfectly smooth lower region and censored versions of similar shots of Merle appeared in Kamera No.41 and Solo (1962). This beautiful view of the beach and Merle for all to see appeared in Kamera No.46 P33 (1962)!
Ann Walker on the cover of Solo No.26 (1962) by Harrison Marks. Posing in an office location and wearing that odd polka dot hat or bow as in this shot. I think she was maybe meant to be a maid or servant of some sort, as in another shot from the same magazine she is also seen wearing a matching polka dot apron, but not a lot else. In total there are 8 images in Solo No.26 of Ann in this outfit and she could serve me like that any day!
A second shot of Joan Brinkman 1960’s US Model with two very big assets! with the first shot here. It seems this shot and the others were part of a set that appeared in Showcase, Vol.2 No.2 (1962) with Joan as Gina Mayers, again I don’t think this shot actually appeared? I can’t quite work out what drink it is coming from that fridge, but at a guess it could be cider?
No calendar would be complete without at least one appearance from the magnificent Margaret Nolan. This shot is no exception as it has her frolicking in the in the shallows of the sea from Kamera No.48 P44 (1962) by Harrison Marks. A beautiful rear view!