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Card Marilyn received on the set of "Let’s Make Love" for her 34th birthday, 1960.

Card Marilyn received on the set of "Let’s Make Love" for her 34th birthday, 1960.

From the Personal Files of Marilyn Monroe:  A Screen Actors Guild membership card for 1959-60, with Marilyn’s SAG membership number and social security number annotated.

From the Personal Files of Marilyn Monroe: A Screen Actors Guild membership card for 1959-60, with Marilyn’s SAG membership number and social security number annotated.

Telegram dated June 1, 1962 sent by Joe DiMaggio for Marilyn's birthday.

Telegram dated June 1, 1962 sent by Joe DiMaggio for Marilyn's birthday.

A thank you letter to Marilyn from the White House - April 11, 1962

A thank you letter to Marilyn from the White House - April 11, 1962

Marilyn Monroe's personal salon receipt from May of 1962, could have been for when she sang 'Happy Birthday' to JFK.

Marilyn Monroe's personal salon receipt from May of 1962, could have been for when she sang 'Happy Birthday' to JFK.

12 Rare Photos of Marilyn Monroe You’ve Never Seen Before | StyleCaster

15 Rare Photos of Marilyn Monroe on Her 90th Birthday

12 Rare Photos of Marilyn Monroe You’ve Never Seen Before | StyleCaster

A colorful birthday card adorned with multiple butterflies and signed on the inside in blue fountain pen ink “Love, Berniece & Paris” that was sent to Marilyn for her thirty-third birthday. Included is the original transmittal envelope addressed to “Mrs. Marilyn Miller, 444 E. 57th Street, New York City, N.Y.” and postmarked “Gainesville, FLA, Apr 24, 1959.

A colorful birthday card adorned with multiple butterflies and signed on the inside in blue fountain pen ink “Love, Berniece & Paris” that was sent to Marilyn for her thirty-third birthday. Included is the original transmittal envelope addressed to “Mrs. Marilyn Miller, 444 E. 57th Street, New York City, N.Y.” and postmarked “Gainesville, FLA, Apr 24, 1959.

Marilyn Monroe Marilyn's personal make up at the Hollywood Museum in Los Angeles

Marilyn Monroe Marilyn's personal make up at the Hollywood Museum in Los Angeles

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