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The Lost Photographs – Rarely Seen Images of Marilyn Monroe Shot by Her Personal Makeup Artist

The photographs of Monroe previously belonged to the estate of Allan ‘Whitey’ Snyder, Monroe’s personal makeup artist for 15 years.

Marilyn Monroe smiles for a photo signed to the son of her makeup artist, Allan “Whitey” Snyder.

Marilyn Monroe

An unnamed, undated photo from the collection of Monroe’s makeup artist, Allan “Whitey” Snyder.

Marilyn Monroe

Monroe poses on the Alberta, Canada, set of 1954’s “River of No Return.” The photo was taken by her makeup artist, Allan “Whitey” Snyder.

Marilyn Monroe

An unnamed, undated photo from the collection of Monroe’s makeup artist, Allan “Whitey” Snyder.

Marilyn Monroe

Monroe poses on the Alberta, Canada set of 1954’s “River of No Return.” The photo was taken by her makeup artist, Allan “Whitey” Snyder.

Marilyn Monroe

Two color transparency slides taken on the set of 1953’s “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.”

Marilyn Monroe

Monroe in a photo on the set of her final film, 1962’s “Something’s Got to Give,” which was never finished.

Marilyn Monroe

Monroe poses with co-star Robert Mitchum on the Alberta, Canada, set of 1954’s “River of No Return.”

Marilyn Monroe

Monroe poses with some Canadian bears on the set of 1954’s “River of No Return.”

Marilyn Monroe

Monroe poses with a Mountie (possibly just an actor) on the set of 1954’s “River of No Return.”

Marilyn Monroe

Monroe poses on the Alberta, Canada, set of “River of No Return.” The actress was injured after slipping on a wet rock during filming, and had her ankle bound up.

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Snyder applies makeup to Monroe on the set of 1953’s “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.”

Marilyn Monroe

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