Marilyn Monroe – 480 Lexington (480-07)
February 1955 — 480 Lexington was the address of Milton’s famed New York studio. The tenants in this building were primarily photographers, architects, designers and engineers who were on the cutting edge of designing lighting equipment and camera accessories. Milton’s studio on the 14th floor had the higher ceilings and 10-foot French doors that opened onto a loggia, which was a balcony that wrapped around the entire exterior of the 14th floor. Milton used this as a location for many photos during his career.
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Image Size: 15×22.5 inches – Paper Size: 20×24 inches
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Image Size: 18×27 inches – Paper Size: 24×30 inches
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