New York: Eros Magazine, Inc., 1962.
Hard Cover. First Edition. A clean copy. This book, published by Eros, contains the last studio portraits of Marilyn Monroe before her death. The selection includes her semi-nude photographs for Vogue, as well a memorial for the unabashed sex symbol. Among other things, it also includes an excerpt of Fanny Hill, as well as segments on the love lives of Napoleon, porcupines, and the exercise-prone. The book is enclosed in the publisher’s original cardboard mailing package. Laid in are: a prospectus and return envelope from the Medical Press of New York, another bawdy publishing company, as well as five adverts for “Sex Crimes in History”, “Sadism in the Movies”, books from Olympia Selections, “An ABZ of Love”, and “Unique Unretouched Nudist Magazines”. The book is in exceptional shape, with a minimal amount of wear.