Teri Martine enjoying a naked teasing romp on a bed with female friend and both look to be enjoying the situation. Probably taken when Teri moved over to the US the other model looks like the same one as in this shot with Teri as well, although they are both wearing glasses and more clothing in the other shot :).
Another exquisite shot of Pamela Green as Rita Landre taken by Harrison Marks in the living room of his Gerard Street flat. This shot is also another of those rarer uncensored shots of Pamela with her shaved pubic area just on display. A wider version but censored of this shot appeared in Solo No.13 P29 (1959) which was dedicated to images of Rita Landre. As always a beautiful shot of Pam/Rita and it always amazes me how realistic the wig looked on her, so much so for ages I thought it was real!
As some may know GHM was a cat lover and one of his many ceramic cats can be seen in the corner of this shot.
I couldn’t resist another shot from the set of June Palmer with long hair from a restored 10 by 8 print taken circa 1965. Taken on the bed in one of the bedrooms at Ewhurst Manor, this fabulous shot has June laying on her back naked as she looks directly at the camera. A very tempting look on her face as she bites seductively on her tongue.
P is for Palmer! June Palmer of course and a perfect addition to anyone’s Xmas list. This particular shot is from a collection of excellent quality 10 by 8 prints sent over by Scott and features June with long hair and long necklace hanging down around one breast. Taken in 1965 it comes from the same set of images as these taken at Ewhurst Manor that also appeared in Dude magazine.
Pamela Green posing on what appears to be a photo from a late 1950’s. Well actually it’s not a photo as such, but is mounted on card with a die cut surround. The surface of the photo has been coated and has a textured surface to make it look like an oil painting, but that doesn’t show on this image. It also has a ribbon attached to the top for hanging and was obviously meant for a calendar? The image measures 9½”x 6½” and presumably published by Bemrose of Derby.
It also has a signature of the photographer on it in the bottom right and that looks to be Joan Craven, which would make sense as she took many pictures of a young Pamela Green in her early days and I think this is a rather nice shot!