A 1949 Telegram from Marilyn Monroe to Milton Greene

 

An original telegram, sent by Marilyn Monroe to Milton Greene after their first meeting in 1949.  This telegram exhibits Marilyn's unique and creative poem writing skills.  Greene was a close friend, and a business partner in Marilyn Monroe Productions.

 

"MILTON GREENE, I LOVE YOU DEARLY

AND NOT FOR YOUR HOUSE AND HOSPITALITY MERELY

IT'S THAT I THINK YOU ARE SUPERB-

AND THAT MY DEAR IS NOT JUST A BLURB."

 

 

 

Milton Greene & Marilyn Monroe

 

 

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