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Margaret Bourke-White (1906-1971)
Margaret Bourke-White was born in the Bronx, New York. She studied at Columbia University. She was an industrial photographer at the Otis Steel Company, an editor for Fortune magazine and a photojournalist for Life magazine. In 1930, she became the first Western photographer allowed into the Soviet Union. During the mid-1930s she photographed drought victims of the Dust Bowl. During WWII she worked in combat zones as a war correspondent.
Gandhi
DC-4
Nuremberg Bombed
Migration
Buchenwald
Crystler Building
George Washington Bridge

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Beginning in 1936, LIFE was the first magazine to focus on photojournalism, revolutionizing our culture by opening windows to the world and by becoming a weekly custom throughout American households, and also abroad. For the next several decades, LIFE continued to attract the greatest photographers of the era. The book, The Great LIFE Photographers, is a compilation of 600 photographs by 100 of the most influential photographers of the 20th Century, and it is a tribute to such pioneer photographers as Margaret Bourke-White, Ralph Morse and Alfred Eisenstaedt.
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