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Marilyn Monroe in 1944 then still known as Norma Jeane Dougherty. Monroe worked in a factory in Van Nuys, Calif., during World War II when army photographer David Conover captured her on film. The rest, as they say, is history.

The Hour Glass Shape for the real retro Pin-Up affection-ado! WOW!

Ain't no way in hell a girl of and 118 lbs is gonna be THAT thick. Marilyn's weight was 118 at its smallest. 140 was her weight whenever you see her super curvy.

Marramiauuu: M. M.

Marilyn Monroe with a Nikon F( my camera) by Bert Stern. There's numerous others out there Bert Stern photographed of the beautiful Marilyn in recent articles due up for auction.

via Vogue } "In 1962, editor Babs Simpson dressed Marilyn Monroe in Christian Dior Haute Couture for Bert Stern’s famous last portraits of the actress."

Marilyn Monroe by Bert Stern. In editor Babs Simpson dressed Marilyn in Christian Dior Haute Couture for Bert Stern’s famous last portraits of the actress.

Marilyn Monroe – “I believe everything happens for a reason” Quote

Marilyn Monroe – “I believe everything happens for a reason” Quote I really love this quote. It's so true.

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