Another exquisite shot of Pamela Green as Rita Landre taken by Harrison Marks in the living room of his Gerard Street flat. As always a beautiful shot of a pouting Pam/Rita as she poses against that unit and it always amazes me how realistic the wig looked on her, so much so for ages I thought it was real!
A restored shot of Pamela Green by Harrison Marks from a 35mm colour slide taken back in 1958. Nothing too risque about the shot, but love the pose with her curved hip to one side like that and that bountiful bust popping out between that blue leotard. A fabulous contrast between Pam’s red hair and the blue outfit as well. A classic 1950’s pose that will have surely adorned the pages of an early Fiesta magazine.
Unfortunately the slide is a bit damaged, so the image isn’t as crystal clear as it could be, not that it detracts from the overall view 🙂
The cover of Solo No.13 (1959) featuring Rita Landre, which was actually Pamela Green in one of her many pseudonyms, this time wearing a long red-headed wig to cover her normal blonde locks! She appeared as Rita on more than one occasion across Harrison Marks publications including the covers of Kamera No.1, Kamera No.19 and Kamera No.35.
Redoing some old Solo covers with better scans 🙂
The unmistakable Pamela Green from a set of restored silver gelatin photos taken by Harrison Marks in 1955. Taken in the studio they show Pam during her short dark hair period in different poses showing off her oiled naked body wearing nothing more than a pair of hooped earrings. 1950’s glamour photography at it’s best 🙂