Marilyn Monroe's Love Letters from Dimaggio, Miller Up for Sale

Hidden away for more than 50 years, Marilyn Monroe's love letters from baseball legend Joe Dimaggio and her third husband, Brooklyn playwright Arthur Miller, are going up for sale by Julien's Auction house.

Arthur Miller's love letters are described as "so detailed and so descriptive -- he was truely in love with Marilyn."

Miller wrote "Death of a Salesman" and "The Crucible," among other plays. In June 1956 he left his first wife, Mary, and married Monroe.

Miller lived in Brooklyn Heights at 62 Montague St., 155 Willow St. and 102 Pierrepont St. 

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