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Melson also changed the lock on one of Monroe's filing cabinets.
Her style and grace have inspired people for generations.
She not only captured the hearts of the world in the mid-20th century but became an icon of femininity and sensuality.
An avid reader, she had hundreds of books lining the shelves of her California bungalow ranging from classics like James Joyce's Monroe's politics swung to the far left.
Her on-screen persona may suggest that she had little to interest in the turbulent political climate, but in real-life was an avid supporter of the civil rights movement.
Monroe was close friends with fellow screen legend Judy Garland who shared a story involving a conversation with the ill-fated star in a 1967 issue of the later recounted what Garland wrote about her conversation with Monroe, who while following Garland from room to room at a party, told her that she was scared and that if the two could just talk, she knew Garland would understand where she was coming from. Garland herself would succumb to her own loneliness within a few years, dying of a drug overdose in 1969.