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!
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 flashing her perfectly round bosom as she looks directly at the camera with a very tempting look on her face!
Another stunning shot of June and thanks again to Scott, who is also selling the original print of this shot, plus some others of June and Tina Madison on his eBay site. Well worth a look if you want the original prints for your collection.
June Palmer posing with long hair from a restored 10 by 8 print taken circa 1965. June looks absolutely stunning sat in that armchair with her top open exposing that fabulous body and perfect boobs and the location I think is probably Ewhurst Manor? The reason for the location and date is that this shot appears to be one very similar to those published in Dude Magazine (March 1965), where June has the same long hair and I know the rooms in that article are at Ewhurst. I also have 10 prints in total from this set, including several of June on the bed shown in the article and one of her with the candle in front of the fireplace. I also have a feeling that these may have been taken by Russell Gay as again I’ve seen similar shots of June in some of his publications. Plus there is a stamp on the back saying Graphic House Inc.
A simply stunning shot of June and thanks must go to Scott who contacted me via the site and sent over copies of this and his other original June prints. I had never seen these shots before, so it’s always a very nice surprise to see some new June images 🙂
Dawn Grayson and her deliciously perky pair from the original negative of the image that originally appeared in Kamera No.70 P12 (1966). The image published was cropped much closer than this version and you can see that version here, but I much prefer my version. Not only is the clarity as sharp as it could be, but you get to see more of Dawn, plus a few more of GHM’s prints on the wall.
The original medium format negative shows slightly more of the prints above Dawn’s head, so you can guess who the models are. The left hand one is June Palmer on the lawn at Ewhurst and the other being Pamela Green as Rita Landre on the beach. I know this is a duplication of an image of Dawn already posted, but worth a revisit as it’s from the negative itself and so much clearer, plus it’s Dawn and you can’t have enough of her!
A couple of prints of a very attractive young lady modelling a pair of knickers that seem to offer access to all areas! I’d say they were crotchless panties, but these just seem to be more like bloomers than panties. Whatever you want to class them as the end result is the same, you get where you want to go quicker with someone wearing these 🙂
I love a good mystery normally, but sometimes recognising the face (and body) of a model, but not remembering her name can be frustrating! This model is one example, as I’ve published one of my own negatives by Harrison Marks here before, but was unable to name her. Now I’ve been sent a full set of the same model posing and stripping with a bamboo ladder, but again it was driving me made as to who she was!
Well by chance today I was looking back through my video’s and noticed this post of ‘Brides in The Bath – Part 2’ and damn me, but there she is in the image and video (2:47) as a can-can girl! Then coincidence number two, I was looking through a copy of Nature’s Intention Vol.1 No.2 and came across these shots of Danielle Denese. Bugger me it seems to be the same model in all of them, so have I identified her as Danielle Denese? My track record of identifying models isn’t bad, but I would say this is one of those 50/50 shots, as the hair, body and facial features match, but I have very few named images of Danielle to actually reference.
I’m going with them all being the same model and it being the model named as ‘Danielle Denese’ by Harrison Marks, because there’s no guarantee that’s her name or she didn’t model under another name? So one more off the unknown list unless anyone can prove otherwise 🙂
A shot of June posing in long blonde wig (Joanna Kent) as she kneels on a stool in front of a dressing table mirror with a friend! A beautiful double version of June in the reflection of the mirror, shame about the flash reflection across her face and a beautiful black cat getting in on the action! As an aside my Gran had a black cat just like this one called ‘Charlie’, but I can safely say he never got to sit in positions as good as this one! The shot also lends itself to the usual round of pussy jokes, but I refrained and I realized I’ve published a shot of June as Joanne in front of this mirror before here. That shot is the other way round, but don’t ask me which is the right way round.
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If we’re talking big tits we mustn’t forget Ann Austin’s terrific pair and I’ve found another shot of them from the ‘Floral Bikini‘ set shot at Ewhurst. This one has Ann posing behind some trellis, which slightly obscures the view of things, but you still get a good shot of her. This shot also seems to show off her holiday tan line more than the other shots.
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I found two more shots of Ann Austin, one in the very short tight looking jacket that hardly covers anything let alone her chest and another wearing not a lot! Two great shots of Ann from this set and a great shot of the frontage of Ewhurst in the background in the first shot and the familiar cottage door in the second.