Margaret Bourke White: Her Pictures Were Her Lifeby Susan Goldman Rubin, Margaret Bourke-White, Margaret Bourke-White
This dramatic life story of internationally ac claimed photographerMargaret Bourke-White (1904-1971) traces the accomplishments of a remarkable woman, the first female to make a name for herself as a photojournalist. The book explores her artistic development and chronicles the assignments for Fortune and LIFE magazines that took her all over the world as she fearlessly risked her life to get her story and tell it through pictures. Illustrated with more than 50 of Bourke-White's black-and-white photographs, and including new research based on interviews with those who knew her, this adventure-packed account will serve as an inspiration for everyone who dreams of realizing a cherished ambition.
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