A very nice front view of Ann Wilson from Solo No.44 P29 (1965) by Harrison Marks. The retouchers were at it again with this shot, but thankfully not much to hide as Ann kept things clean down there! Also a nice view of the frontage of Ewhurst Manor in this shot, showing the main front windows and door, which means Ann was either stood on the driveway or small front lawn in front of the drive.
Thanks to Paul from Firebird Records I have a growing collection of 35mm slide sets (200+ at the last count), with some of the sets being of well known models from that time. I also have a number of individual slides and unknown models of varying quality, and I’m slowly working through them to try and restore them, as most are faded or have that familiar purple tinge.
The above is one of the single restored slides and of Ann Wilson a popular model of Harrison Marks and others in the late 1960’s. This was originally very red, but think it’s come up pretty well and works still being slight red, as Ann was a redhead and the shirt was dark red. Unfortunately the highlights were blown out around her chest, but you still see the important bits i.e the small perky nipples! Not sure about the fake brick wallpaper in the background, but it works!
Thanks to Paul for this and all the other slides, most of which he eventually puts up for sale over on eBay 🙂
Ann Wilson posing in a pond from P33 of Solo No.44 (1965) by Harrison Marks and dedicated entirely to Ann.
I always assumed that this pond was in the grounds of Ewhurst Manor, but it wasn’t until Terry Sparks mentioned it, that the pond is actually in the grounds of Walden Manor, not Ewhurst. If you look on Google maps the pond is no longer there, but if you were to look at the front of the house it would have been down the left hand side, where a patio now stands between the house and large tree.
I’ve also seen images of Monique Devereux, Barbara Halks and Stevie Vaughan standing in the same pond as well. It must have been bloody cold and not that clean, so makes you wonder how GHM talked them into getting in the pond!