Margaret Bourke-White: A Photographer's Life
These informative and inspiring biographies will give young readers a look at the lives of some of the world's most influential people in history. Each over 100 pages, the books are also ideal for reports.
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Growing Up in Bound Brook
Her Fathers Daughter
Red Days and Blue Days
A Bright Future
Travel Fortune and Adventure
Lifes Ace Photographer
Africa Alfred Eisenstaedt assignment began Beme bombing Caldwell camera camp career Chrysler Chrysler Building Cleveland clients combat mission Communist cover photograph dance editors embassy Erskine and Margaret Erskine Caldwell Europe factories finally Fort Peck Dam Fortune Gandhi German Goldberg Henry Luce Ibid India Italy Joseph Joseph Stalin knew Korea later lived magazine Margaret and Chappie Margaret and Erskine Margaret arrived Margaret Bourke Margaret Bourke-White Margaret continued Margaret found Margaret loved Margaret returned Margaret saw Margaret took Margaret tried Margaret wrote Margaret's photograph marriage married ment Minnie White Mohandas Gandhi Moscow mother Nazi never newspaper night Otis Steel Parker Lloyd-Smith photo-essay photogra plane Portrait printed raid Ruth Seen Their Faces snakes soldiers South South Africa Soviet Union steel mill story studio summer take photographs taking pictures Terminal Tower tographs told trip troops tures United wanted York