For the world to see : the life of Margaret Bourke-White / compiled, edited and with a biographical narrative by Jonathan Silverman ; preface by Alfred Eisenstaedt.

Tells the life story of the photographer famous for her work in "Life" magazine. The biographical essay that accompanies the photographs also includes quotes from Bourke-White's writings. Many of the photographs are from the Margaret Bourke-White Archives in the George Arents Research...

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Main Author: Silverman, Jonathan 1950- (Author)
Other Authors: Bourke-White, Margaret, 1904-1971.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: New York : Viking Press, [1983]
Series:Studio book.
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Summary:Tells the life story of the photographer famous for her work in "Life" magazine. The biographical essay that accompanies the photographs also includes quotes from Bourke-White's writings. Many of the photographs are from the Margaret Bourke-White Archives in the George Arents Research Library for Special Collections, Syracuse University.
Physical Description:224 pages : illustrations ; 32 cm.
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references (pages 216-220) and index.
ISBN:067032356X
9780670323562