Pamela Green – 1950’s Chic! (1955)

A shot of Pamela Green looking very chic in a shot from a set of her wearing black pants, scarf around her neck and a tucked in blouse from 1955. This shot comes from an original silver gelatin photograph, but the same shot also appears on page 50 in ‘Pamela A Portrait in Studies’ by Harrison Marks also published in 1955.

Who is Lustra?

There has been a great discussion on who the unknown curvy model is on this earlier post, kicked off by myself when I posted the first of two shots where she appears in Kamera No.25. The second shot from No.25 can be seen above, plus further evidence below that she also appeared and modelled under the name ‘Lustra’
Evidence suggests that these two shots are almost defiantly the same model that appeared in Kamera, as the facial features are the same as are the size and shape of her tits 🙂 The following two are less definitive, but probably her as well, with the bottom shot the lesser of the four.
Thanks must go to Jeff for suggesting the name Lustra and PhilD for providing the photographic evidence from the long lost ‘MyArchives’ site. We’re still no nearer actually getting a proper name for this well endowed model, but we now know she was known as or modelled as ‘Lusta’.  Any more insight or evidence on this model would be gratefully accepted as always 🙂

Unknown Curvy Model by Harrison Marks (1960)

My new favourite unknown model by Harrison Marks! Anyone know who she is because the curves and huge tits are fantastic on her and I think she gives Paula Page and Ann Austin a run for their money in the boob size department. She appears twice in Kamera No.25 (1960) including this wonderful shot.

Pamela Green – Kamera Calendar, January 1960

As discussed in this post I now own an almost immaculate copy of the the 1960 Kamera Calendar and I’ve decided to re-post the 1960 calendar month by month with my own scans. Above is Pamela Green posing for January and I did very little to the scan other than some minor spots from the scanner and a slight colour adjustment.  The original scan was twice the size of this image and as clear as ever.