Vintage Photo Series: Jayne Mansfield

Jayne Mansfield 1960, Gift of Dorothy Anderson, courtesy Palm Springs Art Museum.

For our next vintage photo instalment, may we please present the sultry screen siren Jayne Mansfield. Mansfield became a major Broadway and Hollywood star in 1956, marking her entry as one of the original celebrities, before her tragic death aged just 34 in 1967. One of Hollywood’s original blonde bombshells, Jayne remains one of the most recognisable icons of 1950s celebrity culture.

Jayne Mansfield and Micky Hargity 1957, Gift of Dorothy Anderson, courtesy Palm Springs Art Museum.

Contributor: Alexandra Pinhorn

Images courtesy of the Palm Springs Art Museum.

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