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Margaret Bourke-White: Photographs 1930 – 1945


In the male-dominated world of American photography Margaret Bourke-White (1904-1971) was a media star. Her portrait in flying gear setting off on a bombing raid, smiling and holding a camera in her left hand, was a favourite pin-up of the forces. Margaret Bourke-White always had to fight to get on. She wouldn’t let closed doors keep her out. The cover photo of the first new issue of Life for November 1936 was by her, and to keep things simple she wrote the story behind it as well.

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