Main photographers of Marilyn
He took Marilyn in pictures in February 1952. Advert for Valentine's Day for the US soldiers.
Milton Greene's assistant, he took Marilyn in pictures in 1955.
Son of actor Carlyle Blackwell, actor himself, he took Marilyn in pictures in 1952.
Phil Burchman (September 5, 1898, Russia-May 1961, New York). He emigrated to the USA in 1913.
He took Marilyn in pictures in 1951.
at the Beverly Carlton Hotel
with a ball
He worked for International News. From 1951 to 1954 he worked in Korea.
He took Marilyn in pictures in several occasions
February 1954 in Korea : and in Japan
December 2, 1954, at Beverly Hills Hotel ,,,
Leonard (Len) Jerome Globus (September 9, 1923, Cleveland, Ohio - September 3, 2008, Beverly Hills)
He was a decorated veteran of World War II, was assigned to the USS Enterprise as a combat air photographer, he received several commendations for his service. He was an early specialist radio and TV product placement. As art director for Catalina Swimswear, he was involved with the Miss Universe Pageant, and once directed a photo shoot with Marilyn Monroe. As President of InterMedia, he had marketing responsabilities for Howard Hughes hotels, and Mexican Resorts hotel.
He took pictures of Mariyn in January 1955 at the Gladstone Hotel, in New York City.
polo shirt and capri pants ,,,
He took Marilyn in picture in 1945; the picture was published in the Mission Orange Drink calendar
He took pictures of Marilyn in 1952.
He took pictures of Mariyn in July 1952 for Leatherneck magazine.
in his photo studio, the Steinie Studios
He took pictures of Mariyn in 1948.
Whiteman Richard pictures taken in Tujunga Creek for the Blue Book Modeling Agency, in 1946
He took pictures of Mariyn in 1952.
He took Marilyn in picture on the shootings of "Bus Stop" (1956)(,,,),