Marilyn Monroe – Hotel Room (HR-04)
September, 1954 — Another series of candid photos taken by Milton. Knowing her unhappiness with her 20th Century Fox contract, Milton, with advice from his attorney Irving Stein, convinced Marilyn to come to New York and let Milton and Irving file a lawsuit against the studio. Milton assured her that he would cover her costs of living, room and board, massages once a week, as well as acting classes. This was Marilyn’s introduction to living with the Greene family in New York and Connecticut.
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