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The memories I have of Marilyn are of a friendly person, full of attention for everyone, from bricklayers to painters and artists. She was far from being a snob, an eccentric, or a manic-depressive during the times I spent with her. She was eagerly facing the future and anxious to see what might happen next. She was in full control of her life and seemed to be looking forward to her career as a mature actress. -Jim Gough

The memories I have of Marilyn are of a friendly person, full of attention for everyone, from bricklayers to painters and artists. She was far from being a snob, an eccentric, or a manic-depressive during the times I spent with her. She was eagerly facing the future and anxious to see what might happen next. She was in full control of her life and seemed to be looking forward to her career as a mature actress. -Jim Gough

Marilyn Monroe at home during her LIFE interview with Richard Meryman, 7/4/62.  Photo by Allan Grant.

Marilyn Monroe at home during her LIFE interview with Richard Meryman, 7/4/62. Photo by Allan Grant.

Marilyn Monroe at home during her LIFE interview with Richard Meryman, 7/4/62.  Photo by Allan Grant.

Marilyn Monroe at home during her LIFE interview with Richard Meryman, 7/4/62. Photo by Allan Grant.

On July 20, 1962, Dr. Leon Krohn operated on Marilyn Monroe to treat her chronic endometritis.  There also was a rumor that she had an abortion this day.  The operation took place at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital in Los Angeles.

On July 20, 1962, Dr. Leon Krohn operated on Marilyn Monroe to treat her chronic endometritis. There also was a rumor that she had an abortion this day. The operation took place at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital in Los Angeles.

Marilyn Monroe at home during her LIFE interview with Richard Meryman, 7/4/62.  Photo by Allan Grant.

Marilyn Monroe at home during her LIFE interview with Richard Meryman, 7/4/62. Photo by Allan Grant.