Dawn Grayson – Red Silk Sheets

Dawn Grayson laying naked and uncensored on red silk sheets from an unknown publication. I love this shot because of the contrast of Dawn’s red hair against the sheets, but also it’s one of the few shots I’ve seen of Dawn when she has some hair down below. Nearly all the shots I have of her she is shaven down there, so this is a rare shot of her with hair.

Nancy Roberts – Fun In The Hay (1959)

A stunning shot of Nancy Roberts laying in the hay at Sheplegh Court. Taken on a glass plate by Leslie Bainbridge in September 1959 Nancy looks fabulous as she lays in the hay basking in the sun.

Sally Ann Scott – Kamera No.74 (1966)

Sally Ann Scott posing on the loft set from Kamera No.74 P12 (1966). To say this model had been bugging me for a long time would be an understatement, as I recognised her but couldn’t put a name to the body! Well now I have a name thanks to Kevin who sent over a different shot to this of her by Harrison Marks.

It seems to be Sally Ann Scott who posed for Russell Gay in several of his publications, but I had no idea GHM had taken shots of her as well? The official model listing on the old Harrison Marks site had her down as Tina Madison, but it’s definitely not her. Sally Ann posed for Harrison Marks on 3 separate occasions in the studio between 1960 and 1961. Images from those sessions were to appear in Kamera No.30 (1960) and then in No’s 33, 41, 42, 47, 57, and finally one shot each in No.64 & No.74.

I’ve also include a close up of another shot showing Sally Ann’s full face and the distinctive mole on her chin, which I’d noticed before but not really associated with it be Sally Ann, plus she also has a hair up in all the GHM shots.

Striking A Pose With Pat! (1959)

Pat Davis striking a pose for Harrison Marks in the studio from Solo No.10 P21 (1959) and looking very slick with it as well!

Plus an uncensored copy from the original negative showing just a hint of her smooth pussy in the shadows. I’ve also flipped the image to it’s correct view with her wedding ring on the correct hand, obviously GHM prefered it the other way in the magazine.