On the left Kamera, no. 40, by Kamera Publications, 1961 and on the right Pagan, no. 3, by Caballus Publications, date unknown. Both magazines feature Pamela Green on the cover dressed as Princess Sonmar Harricks on the set of the 8mm film Gypsy Fire — Sonmar Harricks being an anagram of Harrison Marks. The Continue Reading
Below is an original scan of a Stephen Glass negative of, almost but not quite, the cover image of the 16-page Pose and Poise. According to the forward…“When producing this booklet for Art Students the Publishers had in mind the need which many students might have for an inexpensive means Continue Reading
Not much to say about this except that Pam was partial to dressing up. When George Harrison Marks and Pam first started their publishing empire they didn’t have that many models on their books. Pam, therefore, developed a couple of alter egos, this one being Princess Sonmar H’Arriks from Morocco. Continue Reading
A dark haired Pamela Green on the cover of Pose and Poise from the mid-’50s. The booklet is apparently for art students. The cover photograph is by Stephen Glass. SaveSave
This article about the versatile and talented Pamela Green appeared in Showgirl Glamour Revue, Vol. 1 No. 1. I’m not sure of the year, but it’s the late ’50s.
Pamela Green first met George Harrison Marks in 1953. George was a theatrical photographer and they met in connection with Pamela’s role in Bernard Delfont’s Folies Bergere which was running at the Prince of Wales Theatre at the time. It was Pamela who persuaded George to try his hand at Continue Reading