Marilyn Monroe Off In The Deep End

Taken in Connecticut in 1955, this image of a young freckle-faced star reveals an intimate side seen only by few. During the summer, Marilyn and the Greene family would go a mile down the road to the home of Richard Rogers and end a hot summer day with a cool swim in their pool.

Photo by: Milton H. Greene

Date: 06/07/1955

Image: monroe-I6NS

Edition of: 495

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