Annette Johnson – Girl Illustrated Vol.4 No.49 (1970)

Annette Johnson posing on a sheepskin rug from the pages for Girl illustrated Vol.4 No.49 (1970). Looking much better as a darker blonde than the early platinum blonde when she posed for GHM in my opinion.

Bea Bea’s Big Bust!

A reclining shot of Bea Bea Chu-Chu and her magnificent chest! No idea who took this shot or where it was taken, but it looks to be a younger Bea Bea than when she posed for Harrison Marks. Her hair also looks slightly dark than the later shots as well, but the tits look as good 🙂

More Of The Perky Blonde by Harrison Marks (1950’s)

Some more shots of this very attractive and perky unknown model posing for Harrison Marks from restored 5½ by 3½ Glossy prints. Again, I know it’s by Harrison Marks as the Devil Head bust is familiar and used in many other of his shots.

I thought she didn’t seem to appear in the first Harrison Marks Glamour Guide, which listed all of his early photo sets, but I was wrong as she appears in Sets No.32 and No.343. Those shots don’t seem to include these, as in those she has her hair pulled back? I’ve still not be able to identify this perky blonde and she’s still in the growing list on my unknown models page here as well.

Presenting Brenda Graham

The cover and an inside image of ‘Presenting Brenda Graham’ dedicated of course to Brenda. The cover titillates us with Brenda in underwear and stockings posing on the sofa, whereas inside we get to see more of Brenda topless on the bed and other similar poses. Very little information on who took the photo’s or who published the magazine, but it seems to be a set of magazines, as I have other similar covers to this one for other models including Sylvana Manto and Eve Eden.

Cheryl Peters – Girl Illustrated Vol.3 No.27 Cover (1969)

Cheryl Peters on the cover of Girl Illustrated Vol.3 No.27 (1969) posing in a very nice sheer black negligee. Girl Illustrated must be one of my favourite vintage magazines outside of Harrison Marks publications. The size and quality of the publication was exceptional, which shows today as copies still look good and go for high prices when up for sale. They were also full some of my favourite 1960’s/70’s models including many that posed for GHM.