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    Margaret Bourke-White, photographer, first female war correspondent, first femal photographer for LIFE #MargaretBourkeWhite

  • Jacco Richters

    wowie "Photographer Margaret Bourke-White, 27, stands on the scaffolding enclosing the under-construction Chrysler Building in New York, 1931." Not sure who actually took this photo.

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Margaret Bourke-White photographed on top of the Chrysler Building, New York, 1931

Margaret Bourke-White was an American photographer and war correspondent. Here she is working at the top the Chrysler Building in 1934. She's perched with her camera on a steel gargoyle from the 61st floor. *A fearless icon for this International Women's Day.*

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Margaret Bourke-White, 1934..I HAVE SUCH A BAD TIME WITH HEIGHTS THAT IT MAKES ME SICK JUST SEEING HER UP THERE.

Margaret Bourke-White (1906–1971) Chrysler Building, New York ca. 1930–31 Gelatin silver print

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