A double exposure of June taken at Ewhurst Manor by Harrison Marks and probably published in Kamera or Solo, but reprinted in Nouvelle Serie De Revue No.46. This edition of Revue had no less than 13 images of June, including a triple exposure of her standing by the big wooden front door at Ewhurst.
Two ‘uncensored’ shots of Jayne Tracey reprinted in the Danish publication ‘Nouvelle Serie De Revue’ No.46 by Harrison Marks on the space set used with many other models.
These magazines were published by Nordisk Bladcentral, Copenhagen and distributed by Sangko-Norden and there were several different publications, such as Play-Girl, Bazaar, Lotus, Charme, Nouvelle Serie De Revue and Nouvelle Serie De Studio. Nearly all were re-prints of Harrison Marks work from Kamera and his other publications and feature all the familiar models from his work.
What is quite surprising is the addition of pubic hair in all these re-printed publications, as they are obviously added on to the original images, as the bushes are too perfect and uniform, but done well! So we have a situation where for the UK market the images were retouched to remove any signs of pubic hair, due to UK censorship laws. But the re-prints in the Scandinavian countries, where pubic hair was deemed OK, they added the hair back in! It does beg the question as to why and could they not use GHM’s original untouched images rather than editing the pubic hair back in! The answer may be as simple as that most of the originals didn’t have pubic hair as most of the models shaved similar to Pamela Green and Vivienne Warren. Still seems like a lot of work to add the pubic hair back in, but then maybe the Scandinavian men liked their ‘Bush’, which you can’t complain about.
I’ve published several in the past and always wondered, but now you know. So when you see those perfect bushes on your favourite 1960’s models you will know they are probably from one of theses publications 🙂