On December 6, Darren Julien's online auction will take place, which will present the collection “Marilyn Monroe. Lost Archives . It turns out that the archive of the actress's personal belongings is now declassified and can add to the collection of collectors.
The auction will also include Marilyn's correspondence and her draft autobiography, which was never completed. In one passage, Monroe, revealing his fragility and thirst for love, writes: “I know that I belong to society and the world. Not because I am talented or beautiful, but because I have never belonged to anything or anyone else. The archive of three hundred documents also includes the actress's love letters and her correspondence with friends - Clark Gable, Cary Grant and Jane Russell.
The latter, by the way, in one of the letters on ten pages begs Marilyn to give another chance to her marriage with DiMaggio. However, after a while, the divorce still happened, and Monroe receives a letter from her ex-husband with the lines: “I love you and want to be with you. I cannot wish for anything better than to restore your trust in me."
It also presents Monroe's correspondence with Arthur Miller, which reveals all the self-doubt of the Hollywood star and the world sex symbol. These letters are so sincere and touching that Miller's note "Please, if I ever made you cry or made you sad for even a second, please forgive me, my ideal girl I love" seems like a logical desire of the writer to protect his Marilyn …
The owner of the auction, Darren Julien, is very optimistic about the hypothetical results of the auction. According to the businessman, the revenue could be more than one million dollars.