A restored colour shot of an unnamed model posing for Harrison Marks in one of the bedrooms at Ewhurst Manor. I have no idea who this perky blonde is, other than I have several shots of her in this setting and I couldn’t find her within the pages of Kamera, although I’m sure I’ve seen her on the cover of a GHM magazine?
Another model to be added to the unknown listing and thanks to Ray for sending over this fabulous colour shot of her
Marie Provost posing in a bedroom of GHM’s flat from a scan of one of my original negatives. The original image of Marie appeared in Kamera No.61 P32 (1964) and I’ve cropped this image to the same proportion as the magazine. I love Marie’s very 1960’s beehive hairstyle, plus the this images is slightly less censored than the magazine version, with just a hint of things showing between her legs, but not much!
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Well yes every home does need a June Palmer, but I meant the set of Encyclopaedia Britannica she is leaning against! Another stunning original from the John W archives and the ‘June The Bookworm‘ set. This time a beautiful looking June in an open black baby-doll nightie revealing her boobs as she kneels with one leg raised against the book case.
Two individual shots of Annlyse and Dorte from Solo No.19 (1961) by Harrison Marks, dedicated entirely to this Danish duo, who were over on holiday and noticed by GHM.
This shot sent through by John looks like it was taken at the same time as the ‘June The Bookworm‘ set, but this one has June wearing a different colour baby doll and panties than the others. We still have the bookcase and the Encyclopedia Britannica’s in the background, along with an old record collection and a coffee pot! Great to see one of these shots in colour, even if after tweaking it’s still slightly pink!
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