A series of never-before-seen photos of late adult actress-turned-anti-porn activist Linda Lovelace are going on display in a special exhibit at the Museum of Sex in New York City. The raunchy pictures were taken by the late Milton H. Greene, who was known for photographing Marilyn Monroe, and they will be included in a tribute to the Deep Throat star. The Eve of Porn exhibition, which opens on Monday (09Dec13), will also feature what is believed to be the actress' final interview in a new documentary titled, Linda Lovelace's Loose Lips: The Last Interview. The film was shot by author Legs McNeil in 2000, two years before Lovelace died (02). McNeil tells the New York Post, "It's her story with her telling it. It's kind of like her last will and testament." Lovelace, real name Linda Boreman, died from injuries sustained in a serious car accident in April, 2002. She was recently brought back to life on the big screen by Amanda Seyfried in this summer's biopic, Lovelace.