A Bedroom Dresser


Shown in public for the very first time here on The Marilyn Monroe Site, Marilyn Monroe's personal bedroom dresser, which was next to her bed the night she died.  Photos taken of the bedroom through the window show the corner and side of this furniture.  Made of solid wood, this dresser was likely custom-made for Marilyn in Mexico where she bought a number of household items for her final dwelling at 12305 Fifth Helena Drive in Brentwood.  The photo below shows the dresser in Marilyn's bedroom at the Helena Drive house. 




Eunice Murray, showing the window that was broken by Ralph Greenson in order

to gain access to Marilyn's room in the early morning hours of August 5, 1962. 

Note that the dresser can bee seen in the lower left corner of this photograph.


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