Pamela & Marie – Opposite Views (1958)

Pamela Green and Marie Deveraux posing amongst the dunes in 1958 from Kamera on Location P61. What is quite interesting is that the two of them appear to have opposite coloured wigs on from their normal hair! Marie with a blonde wig when she was dark at this time, and Pam with a dark wig when she was blonde, plus the addition of the mandatory scarf!

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Marie Deveraux – A Fisherman’s Delight! (1960)

Marie Deveraux posing with rope and fishing nets from P14 of Kamera No.25 (1960). A stunning sea themed shot highlighting Marie’s assets to the full and if I caught her in my net, she’d be a keeper and not one to throw back!

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Pamela & Marie on Red (Original)

A superb shot of Pamela Green and Marie Deveraux reproduced as a Pamar colour slide, that was originally published as one of the colour pages in Kamera No.14 (1958). A very clear crisp shot of these two iconic ladies in a classic pose for Harrison Marks and one of my favourites featuring Pam and Marie.

Note: This image is from an original negative and subject to this copyright notice.

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Marie Deveraux – The Perfect Catch! (Original)

A perfect catch and a perfect shot of Marie Deveraux by Harrison Marks. Taken in the studio is captures Marie using a fishing net as a make shift skirt and managing to hide her lower region from the camera.  Thanks to Kevin for another wonderful shot from his collection.

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Conservatory Capers with Pam & Marie (Originals)

Two originally sourced shots of Pamela Green and Marie Deveraux posing in the conservatory by Harrison Marks. Taken in the late 1950’s the colour version shows Pam with red/ginger short hair before her blonde period, with both shots given a front and back view of each. They seem to be taken in the same location as similar early Pam and June Simpson shots, so location would be Pam’s parents house in Kent.  The top shot comes from a scan by Kevin and the bottom colour shot comes from a colour Pamar slide sent by Jeff, so thanks to both for these great shots.

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