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Margaret Bourke-White  Inmates of the Number Three Erla Work Camp

Margaret Bourke-White, Photographer of 20th Century History

Margareth Bourke-White, Operaio di un’acciaieria di Stalingrado, 1931

Original caption from LIFE in 1947: Spindly but determined…

A New Way of Seeing Indian Independence and the Brutal 'Great Migration'

Hindus flee Pakistan in the midst of a border war, 1947 — photograph by the great Margaret Bourke-White.

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One of the greatest photographers of the twentieth century, Bourke-White was also a longtime member of the Communist Party.

"East Feliciana Parish, Louisiana", Margaret Bourke-White, photographer, American, 1936

View Little Boy with Hound Dog by Margaret Bourke-White on artnet. Browse more artworks Margaret Bourke-White from Contessa Gallery.

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Margaret Bourke-White, Photographer of 20th Century History

Meharists, commanded by the officers of the French expeditionary force, Damascus, by Margaret Bourke-White, 1940 [965 × 1280]. What a fantastic photographer she was. Look how crystal clear and what a composition!

Margaret Bourke-White Bedouin camel cavalry in Dmeir, Syria. Photographed by Margaret Bourke-White, 1940

Margaret Bourke-White

Margaret Bourke-White was the first female war correspondent/first female permitted to work in combat zones. She was also the first female photographer for Life magazine and the first female to have her photo on the cover.

At the Time of the Louisville Flood by Margaret Bourke-White

Photography by Margaret Bourke-White includes At the Time of the Louisville Flood, Red Cross Relief Station. Speak with a GALLERY M specialist online or call

"J'ai vu des enfants braver et surmonter l'influence d'une hérédité malsaine, cela tient à la pureté qui est un composé inhérent à l'âme humaine. Mohandas Gandhi"

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“Seven Deadly Sins: Wealth without work Pleasure without conscience Science without humanity Knowledge without character Politics without principle Commerce without morality Worship without sacrifice.

1943 - LIFE Photographer Margaret Bourke-White standing by plane while on assignment in North Africa. (Photo by Margaret Bourke-White/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)