Dawn Grayson from the pages of Carnival (July 1965) and the title refers to this post, where Harrison Marks and Dawn clashed with a vicar over a British safety council poster featuring Dawn supporting safety glasses, but not a lot else! What an outrage, as looking at the poster I would object too, the words are obscuring Dawn’s best bits, shocking!
This comes from the cartoon page of Carnival Magazine in the 1960’s (Unknown date). It shows June in a see through bikini or underwear set, including a baby doll holding a cigarette.
What is interesting about this shot is the wide acceptance of posing with cigarettes in the 1960’s in magazines of this type. I’ve come across many other similar shots where the model is posing smoking or holding a cigarette and have several of June in the 60’s and 70’s holding cigarette’s in formally posed shots as well as snapshots. I know attitudes towards smoking have changed over the years as we realized what it does to your health, but it still seems strange seeing June and models posing with them!
June was a smoker throughout most of her career and life, so there are many more examples of her smoking in images, so this is filed under ‘June Smoking’ as I publish other examples later.
Sophia Dawn and her 37-22-36 figure posing on a well upholstered chair! This comes from the pages of Carnival Magazine (December, 1966) Nice Pout!
Mirror Shot from Carnival (December, 1966)
Another model I’ve been very remiss with and overlooked, but I don’t know why as she has two of my favourite attributes (well three really!). I love blondes with big tits and Cleo ticks those boxes for me!
She came to prominence in 1965 when noticed by GHM whilst auditioning for ‘The Naked World of Harrison Marks’ and went on to appear in Kamera No.70 and Solo No.48 (below) and appear on the cover of Femme No.9 (below). She also appears in the 1967 Kamera Calendar for June. She also makes several magazine appearances in the late 1960’s sporting long dark hair (wig?)
Beautiful close up from Carnival (March, 1968)
Adoring the cartoon page of Carnival (December, 1968)