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!
I seem to be lacking in images of Ann Walker, so thankfully I’ve rectified that with this shot of a moody looking Ann by Harrison Marks. I don’t know why, but that bow or whatever contraption it is in her hair reminds me of Minnie The Mouse, but the rest of Ann certainly doesn’t! A great topless view of Ann and I’ve posted a couple of other shots in the past from the same set here.
Thanks to Kevin for this shot from his collection and he’s currently selling this original, along with a selection of others over on his eBay site.
Note: This is an original image and subject to this copyright notice.
And June Simpson is definitely the fairest of them all! A perfectly framed original from Kevin of June Simpson by Harrison Marks posing in front of a mirror in his Gerrard Street flat from the late 1950’s. You see a great profile of her body and exposed tits in the main shot and a clear shot of her face in the mirror reflection. A cleaver but stunning shot and Thanks to Kevin for sending it over.