Marilyn Monroe Wishing You All a Happy Fourth of July – Design You Trust

Marilyn Monroe Wishing You All a Happy Fourth of July

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Marilyn Monroe posed for Fourth of July, wearing a bikini with some oversized fireworks and a sign that reads “Beware of Danger, July 4th”. These photographs were taken by Bert Reisfeld in 1953.‬

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