Julie – A Floral View (1958)

Another visually stunning shot of the seductive Julie (Shearing) from Solo No.4 (1958) by Harrison Marks. There is something about the make-up and highlights in the hair that give her a Cruella de Vil sort of look 🙂

Don’t Get Cross With Rita! (1959)

A nude shot of Rita Landre (Pamela Green), apart from the cross from Solo No.13 P3 (1959) by Harrison Marks, containing 32 pages dedicated entirely to Rita. The cross appears multiple times being worn by Rita including this Fisherman’s Wife set

Annlyse & Dorte – Solo No.19 (1961)

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.

Virginia Green – Devils View! (Original)

Another shot of Virginia Green amongst the props by Harrison Marks, similar to this shot from the same shoot. This one gives us a much clearer view of her body and we are all looking the same place as the devils head! Another original scan of a negative from Kevin and a great one of Virginia that leaves little to the imagination!

 

The cropped and censored version of this shot was published in Solo No.15 P3 (1960)

Julie – I Know What You’re Thinking! (1958)

Julie (Shearing) from Kamera No.9 P3 (1958) staring straight at the camera as though she can read your mind and know what you are looking at! In this instance she’d be right as how could you not look at Julie’s curves and bobs in this shot! Taken at GHM’s flat, the bookcase has an interesting selection of reading material and you can’t read up enough on retouching 🙂

Lynn’s Luscious Lips (1962)


The stunningly gorgeous Lynn Shaw and those perfectly luscious lips! Although taken in the mid 1950’s this version of the shot appears in Fotag No.2 (1962), but it originally appeared in Kamera No.2 (1957). Lynn Shaw is without doubt one of the most stunning early GHM models I have seen with those eyes and lips!

I’ve published a set of the Fotag magazine covers here, but I’m not sure if it’s a full set as even the official GHM publication database only lists 6 issues, whereas I have 8 covers! Apart from its title and the fact that it did not carry the name ‘Harrison Marks’ on its cover, it is in virtually every other respect just like Kamera, with 48 pages plus cover in the same format and layout. Even many of the photographs reproduced were the same photos used in Kamera and other associated magazines.

Chin Up Jayne! (1963)

Jayne Tracey coming down the staircase of Ewhurst Manor from Kamera No.51 (1963). I’m not sure if it’s the angle of the shot from below, but it looks like Jayne is either holding her chin up or maybe something caught her eye and is looking back up the stairs.