Iconic wardrobe by Marilyn Monroe, her photos and personal childhood scripts are uploaded to auction

The next Marilyn Monroe auction of Profiles in History and the Paley Center exhibit will include a version of the famous white dress (right) worn by the actress in "The Seven Year Itch". of 1955.

A new exhibit and auction of Marilyn Monroe will include costumes that belonged to the blonde bomb, including a replica of her iconic Seven Year Itch dress.

Auction house Profiles in History announced Wednesday that the items will be showcased at The Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills before going to auction in late October.

Among the items offered in & # 39; Essentially Marilyn: The Auction / The Exhibit & # 39; There are the costumes of the Monroe movie, personal photographs of childhood, handwritten scripts and photos of Milton Greene.

The next Marilyn Monroe auction of Profiles in History and the Paley Center exhibit will include a version of the famous white dress (right) worn by the actress in "The Seven Year Itch". of 1955.

The next Marilyn Monroe auction of Profiles in History and the Paley Center exhibit will include a version of the famous white dress (right) worn by the actress in "The Seven Year Itch". of 1955.

The white dress at the auction was made by Monroe's regular customer, Bill Travilla, for use in tours and exhibitions. It was made to the exact specifications as the dress of the original movie

The white dress at the auction was made by Monroe's regular customer, Bill Travilla, for use in tours and exhibitions. It was made to the exact specifications as the dress of the original movie

The white dress at the auction was made by Monroe's regular customer, Bill Travilla, for use in tours and exhibitions. It was made to the exact specifications as the dress of the original movie

A photograph, which Monroe signed for Ben Lyon, executive of 20th Century Fox, supposedly solves the mystery of how he got his famous name.

The auction will also include this leotard that Monroe used in Gentleman Prefer Blondes

The auction will also include this leotard that Monroe used in Gentleman Prefer Blondes

The auction will also include this leotard that Monroe used in Gentleman Prefer Blondes

"Dear Ben, you found me, you named me and you believed in me when no one else did it … My thanks and love forever Marilyn," says the inscription on the photo.

Born Norma Jeane Mortenson, she changed her name to Marilyn Monroe after coming to Hollywood.

She used the maiden name of her mother Monroe, while Lyon provided the 'Marilyn'.

The photo was taken during the filming of "The Seven Year Itch," the 1955 film that provided the lasting image of Monroe's story, standing on a subway grid and holding her white dress.

A version of the dress, made for tours and exhibitions by the original designer and former Monroe client, Bill Travilla, is one of the items on sale. It was made according to the exact specifications as originally designed for the use of Monroe.

Also at the auction are 15 costumes that Monroe used in movies, including the black and golden sequined leotard by Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, white chiffon and satin dress from The Prince and the Showgirl and the sequined dress from How to Marry to Millionaire.

The free Monroe exhibition at the Paley Center will include large-format photos of the actress, including this one, taken by her friend and famous photographer Milton H. Greene.

The free Monroe exhibition at the Paley Center will include large-format photos of the actress, including this one, taken by her friend and famous photographer Milton H. Greene.

The free Monroe exhibition at the Paley Center will include large-format photos of the actress, including this one, taken by her friend and famous photographer Milton H. Greene.

They will auction this photo of Monroe and 20th Century Fox executive, Ben Lyon, in which Monroe thanked Lyon for giving him his famous name.

They will auction this photo of Monroe and 20th Century Fox executive, Ben Lyon, in which Monroe thanked Lyon for giving him his famous name.

They will auction this photo of Monroe and 20th Century Fox executive, Ben Lyon, in which Monroe thanked Lyon for giving him his famous name.

Also at the auction are the personal photographs of Monroe's childhood: a photo bears the note, "First Boyfriend". Lester Bolender and Norma Jeane, both 5 years old, and the script of the actress, strongly annotated by hand, of The Seven Year Itch.

The free Paley Center exhibition, which will run from August 18 to September 30, will feature large-format photographs of the actress, taken by her friend, fashion photographer and celebrity Milton H. Greene.

The prices of the start of the pieces have not yet been revealed.

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