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Marilyn photographed by Willy Rizzo, 1962.

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Marilyn photographed by Willy Rizzo, 1962.

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Marilyn photographed in New York by Sam Shaw, 1957.

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Marilyn photographed in New York by Sam Shaw, 1957.

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Marilyn photographed by Milton Greene, 1953.

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Marilyn photographed by Milton Greene, 1953.

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Marilyn and Arthur in England in November 1956.

Marilyn and Arthur in England in November 1956.

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Marilyn Monroe photographed on the set of The Seven Year Itch, 1954.

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Marilyn Monroe photographed on the set of The Seven Year Itch, 1954.

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Marilyn Monroe during the filming of Something’s Got To Give, August 1962.
Marilyn Monroe during the filming of Something’s Got To Give, August 1962.

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On June 29, 1956, Arthur Miller and his fiancee, Marilyn Monroe, were in the midst of a paparazzi feeding frenzy with reporters and photographers relentlessly following them - waiting to catch the upcoming wedding. Miller was in the midst of a House Un-American Activities Committee hearing and that, coupled with the upcoming wedding to blonde bombshell Monroe, made for perhaps the biggest news story that summer. 
A press car carrying reporter Mara Scherbatoff, 48, crashed into a tree on Gladmine Road near the farm after her teenage driver had been traveling too fast for the winding country roads in an effort to keep pace with Miller’s car. Scherbatoff was thrown from the car and was rushed to New Milford Hospital where she died three hours later while in surgery.
Differing reports say Miller was furious with the press and Monroe was nearly hysterical over the accident.
Later that evening, Miller and Monroe slipped across the state line into White Plains where they were married in a civil ceremony.

On June 29, 1956, Arthur Miller and his fiancee, Marilyn Monroe, were in the midst of a paparazzi feeding frenzy with reporters and photographers relentlessly following them - waiting to catch the upcoming wedding. Miller was in the midst of a House Un-American Activities Committee hearing and that, coupled with the upcoming wedding to blonde bombshell Monroe, made for perhaps the biggest news story that summer. 

A press car carrying reporter Mara Scherbatoff, 48, crashed into a tree on Gladmine Road near the farm after her teenage driver had been traveling too fast for the winding country roads in an effort to keep pace with Miller’s car. Scherbatoff was thrown from the car and was rushed to New Milford Hospital where she died three hours later while in surgery.

Differing reports say Miller was furious with the press and Monroe was nearly hysterical over the accident.

Later that evening, Miller and Monroe slipped across the state line into White Plains where they were married in a civil ceremony.

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