Margaret Bourke-White: Line of Russians along street in front of the Kremlin, Moscow, 1941.

A line of Russians along the street in front of the Kremlin in Moscow, by Margaret Bourke-White. From the geography of the square, they may be queuing to visit Lenin's tomb.

Photographer Margaret Bourke-White, by Alfred Eisenstaedt

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wandrlust: Margaret Bourke-White working at the top of the Chrysler Building, New York, New York, 1935. The only brick highrise in the world!! Also, no one died building it!

Photographer Margaret Bourke-White on a gargoyle at the top of the Chrysler Building, New York, photo by Oscar Graubner. She was the female photographer for Life magazine and first female war correspondent

Photojournalist Margaret Bourke-White at work with her large format camera in 1934

Margaret Bourke-White fearless American photographer and photojournalist, first foreign photographer permitted access to teh Soviet Union, first female war correspondent, first Life magazine cover photographer

Margaret Bourke-White: Gold Miners, Johannesburg, South Africa, 1950

Margaret Bourke-White: Gold Miners, Johannesburg, South Africa, 1950 “ At the end of LIFE magazine sent Margaret Bourke-White on assignment to South Africa for a few months. There, in a gold.

And again: Margaret Bourke-White #photography @Qomomolo, Fort Peck Dam, 1936

Fort Peck photo by Margaret Bourke-White. Lattice like support struts inside a section of a giant pipe which is to be used to divert the flow of the Missouri River during construction of the Fort Peck dam.

Margaret Bouke-White | The Liberation of Buchenwald, April 1945

Of the countless photos made during World War II, Margaret Bourke-White's portrait of Buchenwald survivors remains among the most haunting.

By Margaret Bourke White, for LIFE.

There is something eternally graceful about seeing a women carrying a pot on her head. A vision of feminity, balance and sustanence with their gait being slow and gentle and their posture, dictated by maintanence of their load, remaining perfect.