For the World to See: The Life of Margaret Bourke-White

By: SILVERMAN, Jonathan

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A biography and portfolio of the photos and writings of Margaret Bourke-White (1904-1971), the pioneering American photojournalist. During her career she covered global events of all types, from World War II to the plight of poor Southern American farmers. Includes numerous of Ms. Bourke-White's stunning b&w photos and excerpts from many of her previously unpublished writings. With a preface by Alfred Eisenstaedt. --- In full black cloth-covered boards with gilt-stamped facsimile signature on cover; gilt-stamped titling on spine. Jacket with amazing Oscar Graubner photo of Bourke-White perched atop the Chrysler building in New York with her camera. --- With light sunning to cover cloth edges; else a bright, firm, clean copy. Fair only jacket with sizeable front cover tear and creasing; other lesser tears & creases and in removable archival mylar protector. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 224 pages

Title: For the World to See: The Life of Margaret Bourke-White

Author Name: SILVERMAN, Jonathan

Categories: >>Photography, >>Biography, Autobiography, Memoir,

Publisher: New York, The Viking Press: 1983

ISBN Number: 067032356X

ISBN Number 13: 9780670323562

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good in Fair dust jacket

Stock No.: 77781