A topless view of Thelma from Kamera No.11 P19 (1958). Taken in what appears to be in the living room of GHM’s flat, as we can see that familiar diamond wallpaper and horse picture in the background.Taken at the same time as this print of Thelma in the same location.
Another restored print from the Oxxbridge collection, but this time a Harrison Marks shot of Thelma laying on the leopardskin rug! This shot appears to have been taken in the late 1950’s as similar sgots with the same rug appear in both Kamera No.4 (1957) and Kamera No.11 (1958), the later featuring Thelma in colour on the cover and centre pages. Shots that appeared in Kamera and some that weren’t were also mass printed and sold as individual prints and postcards and sold (probably under the counter in plain brown paper bags!) to the discerning collector.
Thelma is one of those stunning beauties that has a certain Latin look to her, but was probably born and raised in the UK, similar to Julie (Shearing), as looks can deceive!
Note: This is an original image and subject to this copyright notice
A restored print of Thelma, posing with on knee up! I don’t recall seeing this image of Thelma appearing in Kamera itself, but a fab shot of her regardless and it appears to be in the living room of GHM’s flat, as we can see that familiar diamond wallpaper on the walls again!
Another shot of Thelma from Kamera No.4 (1957), this time a studio shot of her kneeling on a leopardskin rug. These Latin looking girls such as Thelma and Julie sure liked their big earrings as well!
A shot of the Latin lolita ‘Thelma’ from Kamera No.4 (1957), but looks can be deceptive and who’s to say she didn’t come from London either a bit like Julie (Shearing). Regardless of where she originally came from at least I have a few more shots of this beauty and a cracking side shot of her this one is, love the uplifting boob and dark nipple on view!
‘Thelma’ on the cover of Kamera No.11 (1958) stunning beauty with a Latin look that isn’t seen very much and I’ve not come across any other publications with her in?
Someone once asked if I had any shots of Thelma by Harrison Marks and at the time I only had one poor shot of her in my collection. Well that has now been rectified as I now have several good shots of her from Kamera No.11 (1958), including the colour centrefold shot of her above. A dusky Latin beauty that I know very little about, other than she posed for GHM in early editions of Kamera.
This shot comes from Kamera No.11 my latest acquisition and although complete and in good condition for it’s age the pages were splitting around the rusty staples. I’ve restored colour and obviously removed the staple marks and a few scratches, but a fantastic colour shot of Thelma and an appearance of the Leopard skin rug again!
Original Edit of Thelma by Harrison Marks. Thelma was another lesser known GHM model that appeared for him in Kamera No.4, 5, 9 and No.11 (Cover) in 1957/58, then seems to have disappeared?