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!
Gerry Brown posing on her knees bent over a coffee table in the living room of Harrison Marks flat, with one of the many ceramic cats on view below the table. This comes from Kamera No.87 P14 (1968) and another model that appeared in the later publications of the late 1960’s and early 1970’s. I love Gerry’s body and tits, but facially not one of the most beautiful models to appear for GHM, but hey who’s looking at the face 🙂
Nearly all of the shots I have of Rosalie Peters have her posing on the Lily Place set in snow with long blonde wig or with her hair up in a ponytail. This is the first I’ve seen of her without a wig and her hair down and must say I much prefer this look! This shot comes from Kamera No.81 (1967) and is one of two shots of her in this edition, the second also with her hair down but a fuller body shot. If you read the details about Rosalie in the Harrison Marks Model Database, she only did one full shoot for GHM at Lily Place, so one assumes that included these shots, as well as the winter shots that appear in Kamera No.79.
She also made one glamour film , No.87, ‘Keep Young & Beautiful’ filmed on the bathroom set, where GHM did take some more stills of her, but again with her hair up! I think this shot must be my favourite though.
I think it’s going to be a rear view sort of day and we start with a very good rear view from a new model to the site, Lavinia Grant from Kamera No.13 (1958). As far as I know Lavinia only appeared six times in Kamera for Harrison Marks in the late 1950’s, one in this issue, three in No.14 and two in No.21, but I’m not sure if she ever modelled or appeared for him any any other publication.
A very sultry looking model showing off a cracking figure, with small pert tits and great bum and loving the dimples.
An uncensored shot of an unknown model posing for Harrison Marks, which appeared in this form in Nature’s Intention Vol.1 No.2 (1969). I’m unsure as to where the image originally appeared, but looking at it I would guess it was an early model from the late 1950’s early 60’s.