3 edition of Margaret Bourke-White, photojournalist found in the catalog.
Margaret Bourke-White, photojournalist
Theodore M. Brown
by Andrew Dickson White Museum of Art, Cornell University in [Ithaca, N.Y.]
Written in English
|Statement||[by] Theodore M. Brown.|
|Contributions||Andrew Dickson White Museum of Art.|
|LC Classifications||TR140.B6 B76|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||136|
|LC Control Number||76188882|
Margaret Bourke-White- Photojournalist by Theodore Brown Andrew Dickson White Museum of Art, Cornell University, - Photography - pages Margaret Bourke-White was an American photographer and documentary photographer. She is best known as the first foreign photographer permitted to take5/5(). Photojournalist. Born in the Bronx, New York to Joseph White, an inventor and engineer, and Minnie Bourke, she was raised Bound Brook, New Jersey. Joseph White was an amateur photographer and Margaret helped her father develop prints in the bathtub. In she attended college at Rutgers, the University of Michigan.
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- Margaret Bourke-White - written after she was stricken with Parkinson's disease., Portrait of Myself by Margaret Bourke-White This book is available from If anyone gets in my way when I’m making a picture, I become irrational. In , though, Parkinson’s Disease set in and forced Margaret Bourke-White to slow down. Once an indomitable “swashbuckling photojournalist” who for as long as possible kept her illness a secret, Bourke-White underwent surgeries and therapy in the early ‘60s, battled with paralysis, and ultimately retreated to her home in Darien, Connecticut.
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Margaret Bourke-White was a war correspondent and career photographer whose images represent major events in the 20th century. She was the first woman war photographer and the first woman photographer allowed to accompany a combat mission. Her iconic photographs include images of the Great Depression, World War II, Buchenwald concentration.
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(negative), ca. (gelatin silver print). Gift of Margaret Bourke-White and LIFE Magazine, Margaret Bourke-White born on June 14 th, in Bronx, New York was an American photographer who is recognized as the first foreign photographer allowed to take pictures in Soviet Union, the first female war correspondent and the first female photographer for Life Magazine.
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Margaret Bourke-White: Photojournalist. first edition Ithaca, NY. by BROWN, Theodore M. - Margaret Bourke-White. Ithaca, NY: Andrew Dickson White Museum of Art, Cornell University, First edition.
Hardcover. pages. An examination of Bourke-White's career as a photojournalist. Includes numerous black and white illustrations. Margaret Bourke‐White, one of the world's pre‐eminent photographers, died yesterday morning at the Stamford (Conn.) Hospital from compli cations after a long battle with Parkinson's disease, a.
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Margaret Bourke-White History Making Photojournalist and Social Activist January by Patrick Cox, Ph.D. I n the beginning, there was Margaret Bourke-White (). One of the trailblazers in twentieth century photojournalism, Bourke-White played an historic role in media and women’s history.
was a finalist in the Western Writers. Resources to Margaret Bourke-White section of an overview relating to women photojournalists (Prints and Photographs Reading Room, Library of Congress) Margaret Bourke-White: Photojournalist. Ithaca, N.Y.: Andrew Dickson White Museum of Art, Cornell University, Book of Sunnybank.
Photographs by Margaret Bourke-White, New York. Margaret Bourke-White was born in New York City inand grew up in rural New Jersey. She went on to study science and art at multiple universities in the United States from tothen.
Margaret Bourke-White (/ˌbɜrkˈhwaɪt/; J – Aug ) was an American photographer and documentary photographer.
She is best known as the first foreign photographer permitted to take pictures of Soviet Industry, the first female war correspondent (and the first female permitted to work in combat zones) and the first female photographer for Henry Luce's.
Margaret Bourke-White (J Aug ) was an American photographer and documentary photographer. She is best known as the first foreign photographer permitted to take pictures of Soviet five-year plan, the firsthand American female war photojournalist, and to have her photograph on the cover of the first issue of Life magazine.
Margaret Bourke-White was a woman of many firsts. She was LIFE magazine’s first female staff photographer, the first Western photographer permitted to enter the Soviet Union during the s industrial revolution, and the first accredited female photographer to cover the combat zones of WWII.
Beginning as a hobby in her youth, Bourke-White’s photography skills soon .Margaret Bourke-White was a landmark American photojournalist.
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