Marilyn Monroe at the March of Dimes Fashion Show, 1958.

Marilyn Monroe at Ray Anthony’s party, 1952.

Marilyn Monroe at El Morocco, 1955.

Marilyn Monroe at the Photoplay Awards, 1954.

Hi :) I love your blog, just wondering if you've ever read "Blonde" by Joyce Carol Oates? It's mostly fictional about Marilyn, but the whole time I was reading it I felt like it was real. Joyce Carol Oates is a very thorough researcher and author, so I'm sure most of her writing was out of fact. I definitely recommend it if you haven't read it yet :)
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Thank you! I’ve never read it because I’ve heard from Marilyn experts that although it’s fictional it’s a bit insulting to Marilyn, so I never bothered to read it. To each his own, I suppose!

Thank you for keeping this blog up <3 I can't remember how long I've been following you but Marilyn is one of my biggest idols... Everything about her and her story speaks to me. I saw that comment about someone changing your caption to false information ( And of course it was for reblogs ) I am so happy that blogs like yours exist and keep her real memory alive :) xx

Thank YOU inspiring me to keep blogging, not just for Marilyn but for wonderful fans like you! ♡♡♡

Marilyn Monroe & Arthur Miller’s wedding day, 1956.

Marilyn Monroe photographed by Milton Greene, 1953.

Rare photo of Marilyn Monroe on the set of River of No Return, 1953.

Marilyn Monroe on the set of Something’s Got To Give, 1962.