In the mid-twentieth century, the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis (the predecessor to today’s March of Dimes) pioneered a new approach to philanthropy, raising money a dime at a time from millions of small donors.
This blog is dedicated to Marilyn Monroe - a sadly misunderstood woman who dreamed of becoming an actress and, despite having all the odds against her, ended up being not only an amazing actress, but an icon as well.
Marilyn and Milton’s hooker sitting from 1956💋 "Milton wanted Marilyn to step away from the dumb blonde thing, so he took a series of pictures of her in different characters, to show how versatile she could be. They spent a lot of time trying different images and personalities." -Joshua Greene
Marlene Dietrich Faye Dunaway Verushka by Milton Greene. Marilyn Monroe by Milton Greene, May 1956 Ava Gardner, por Milton Greene Lauren Hutton by Milton Greene. Faye Dunaway Tippi Hedron by Milton Greene Catharine Deneuve by Milton Greene Alain Delon from Zorro by Milton Greene Samantha Eggar by…