Margaret Bourke-White ---Metaphotography on the Chrysler Building.  She was the first photographer for Fortune magazine (1929) and the first female photojournalist to be hired by Life Magazine (1935).

Margaret Bourke-White ---Metaphotography on the Chrysler Building. She was the first photographer for Fortune magazine and the first female photojournalist to be hired by Life Magazine Photo Oscar Graubner

Workers at American Woolen Co., 1935 (Margaret Bourke-White)

thefourwindsart: “ * Margaret Bourke-White * Workers at American Woolen Co. * Bourke-White: “Utter truth is essential, and that is what stirs me when I look through the camera.

Margaret Bourke-White #photography @Qomomolo: 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.

Margaret Bourke-White, “Beach Accident,” Coney Island, Brooklyn, NY 1951

Beach Accident, Coney Island, Brooklyn, NY, 1951 Margaret Bourke-White/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images “She is best known as the first foreign photographer permitted to take pictures of Soviet.

Margaret Bourke-White    Post WWII German Refugees and Displaced Persons Crowding Every Square Inch of Train Leaving Berlin 1945

Margaret Bourke-White 1945 Post WWII Leaving Berlin German Refugees and Displaced Persons Crowding Every Square Inch of Train

Margaret Bourke-White, award-winning photographer for Life magazine 'The Liberation of Buchenwald' - April 1945

Not published in LIFE. Prisoners at Buchenwald during the camp's liberation by American forces, April - Margaret Bourke-White

Miners in Gelsenkirchen, Germany, by Margaret Bourke-White 1945

The weathered faces of two coal miners from Gelsenkirchen, Germany, post-war 1945

Bourke-White Man tightening the large nuts on the turbine shell of the Dneprostroi Hydroelectric Plant near Zaporizhia, Soviet Union (now Ukraine), 1930. By Margaret Bourke-White #photography @Qomomolo

Margaret Bourke-White: Man tightening the large nuts on the turbine shell of the Dneprostroi Hydroelectric Plant near Zaporizhia, Soviet Union (now Ukraine), 1930 Margaret Bourke White / Masters by Getty Images © Time & Life / Getty Images

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See the Classic Cameras Used by LIFE's First Female Staff Photographer

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