Margaret Bourke White | Fort Peck | 1936

Support Struts Inside Section of a Giant Pipe Used to Divert Flow of Missouri River By: Margaret Bourke-White

Margaret Bourke-White

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.

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Radio Tower, 1934 / Margaret Bourke-White / from Christie's

'Parachute', 1937 by Margaret Bourke-White.  Part of a photographic sequence of parachutes being tested by employees of Irving Air Chute Company in Buffalo, New York, the world's largest manufacturer of parachutes.

'Parachute', 1937 by Margaret Bourke-White. Part of a photographic sequence of parachutes being tested by employees of Irving Air Chute Company in Buffalo, New York, the world's largest manufacturer of parachutes. a scallop edged parachute!

American photographer Margaret White, born 14 June 1904, The Bronx, New York. Died 27 August 1971, Stamford, Connecticut

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

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Margaret Bourke-White born on June 1904 was an American photographer, the first foreign photographer to take pictures of Soviet union industries.

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