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From a shy 20-year-old model in a cardigan known as Norma Jean Baker to a global star on Santa Monica Beach  just three weeks before her death,  more than 100 photos show her journey.

Marilyn Monroe’s poignant final photoshoot to go on sale

From a shy 20-year-old model in a cardigan known as Norma Jean Baker to a global star on Santa Monica Beach just three weeks before her death, more than 100 photos show her journey.

"Hollywood's a place where they'll pay you a thousand dollars for a kiss, and fifty cents for your soul."

"Hollywood's a place where they'll pay you a thousand dollars for a kiss, and fifty cents for your soul."

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1952, en vue du tournage de "Clash by night", Marilyn pos...

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Marilyn during the filming of Clash By Night, 1952. Photo by Ernest Bachrach.

Marilyn during the filming of Clash By Night, 1952. Photo by Ernest Bachrach.

Cosmopolitan - May 1953, USA. From a 1952 photo session by Ernest Bachrach, cover-slugged ''Hollywood's Most Valuable Property,'' this piece was published right on the brink of Marilyn's ascension to white-hot Hollywood queen. The extensive profile by Robert L. Heilbroner told ''The fabulous story of Hollywood's biggest build-up,'' taking readers all the way back to Marilyn's days as struggling model Norma Jean Mortenson.

Cosmopolitan - May 1953, USA. From a 1952 photo session by Ernest Bachrach, cover-slugged ''Hollywood's Most Valuable Property,'' this piece was published right on the brink of Marilyn's ascension to white-hot Hollywood queen. The extensive profile by Robert L. Heilbroner told ''The fabulous story of Hollywood's biggest build-up,'' taking readers all the way back to Marilyn's days as struggling model Norma Jean Mortenson.

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