The fabulous curves and figure of Frankie Amos adoring the cover of Form & Figure No.9. A stunning publication of figure studies which measures 9″ x 7″ in size, so slightly larger than the normal publication, but fantastic quality and worth the 5 shillings! All the images apart from the cover are black and white, but the cover featuring Frankie is stunning! Thanks to Paul from Firebird Records for this superb magazine.
A great original shot of Delphine Caron by Howard Roark showing off her tan lines for the camera. Another young model from the stable of Roark that was only too willing to show off her naked body for the camera, including her natural hairy pussy. From my growing collection of original contact sheet from Howard Roark.
It seems most of these girls had a tan and tan lines to show off, but then the address on the contact sheets is California, so maybe local girls back then 🙂
The unmistakable Pamela Green from a set of restored silver gelatin photos taken by Harrison Marks in 1955. Taken in the studio they show Pam during her short dark hair period in different poses showing off her oiled naked body wearing nothing more than a pair of hooped earrings. 1950’s glamour photography at it’s best 🙂
Two very different blonde bombshells in the forms of Caron Gardner and Paula Page by Harrison Marks. Posing nude in the sun on some steps we have contrasting figures, Paula with her more curvy and very top heavy figure against the slender Caron. A real case of little and large when it comes to the tit department! I don’t know which I prefer 🙂
Marianne Morris (Vicki Pascale), Venetia Day and Dinah Challen (Linda Rome) by Terry Sparks taken on a beach in Rhodes in 1971. A fab shot of all three as they lay out naked on the sea edge enjoying the sun. I’m not sure if Dinah is looking at the camera or eyeing up one of those cold bottles of Coke, as I’m sure it was hot thirsty work laying there like that! One also assumes the single bottle of beer was for Terry?
I now have many more shots of these three taken by Terry in Rhodes, thanks to a fabulous collection of original contact sheets I’ve acquired of Terry’s work, of which there is plenty more to come!