The long flowing blonde locks of Madeleine Mado (Maria Hale) by Harrison Marks. From a set of 35mm colour Pamar slides that show Madeleine posing on the bed in the studio with the blue and white bedspread. The long blonde hair is obviously a wig as Maria had short dark hair, but it sure looks like it needs a cut. Obviously been through a pandemic as well with all the hairdressers shut 🙂
Interesting point looking through all the shots of Maria as herself and as Madeleine. The shots of her as Madeleine are very subdued with little being shown apart from the odd nipple or tit. If you look through all of the shots she’s either clothed or posed turning away from the camera. Maria as herself is much more happy to show more of her body to the camera 😉
A young Margaret Nolan posing nude from the pages of Coral No.64. It also looks like she is wearing a long blonde wig to me and is consistent with some of her other early appearances in Amber and QT, plus a shot from this same set was published in ELF magazine here
Rosalie Peters on the Winter Set by Harrison Marks and from an original negative scan. A beautiful shot of Rosalie in just bobble hat, gloves and long blonde wig showing off her great body and hint of light coloured bush. No wonder the snowman has a big grin on his face, so would you with Rosalie rubbing up against you like that! Definitely something to warm you up on a cold winters day 🙂
June Palmer as Joanna Kent (Long blonde wig) in the studio posing nude as she sits on a chair backwards. A beautifully posed shot and she sure knows how to put a chair to good use when posing for a shot! Taken at Strobe Studio’s this set including the orange curtains has appeared in other June shots along with various other models.
Rosalie Peters wearing just a bobble hat, boots and gloves from Kamera No.79 P28 (1967). I couldn’t resist scanning and posting this from my new collection of Kamera magazines, as the theme seemed quite appropriate on the run up to Xmas.
A beautifully posed shot of Rosalie, but I could never understand the need for the long blonde wig? Rosalie also appears on the cover of Kamera No.79 along with 15 other pages, including two colour shots in the centre pages. All are snow themed or taken on the Winter/Festive set by Harrison Marks, so one does wonder if this was the December edition from 1967?