LIFE photographer Margaret Bourke-White clad in fleece flight suit while holding aerial camera, standing in front of Flying Fortress bomber in which she made combat mission photographs of the US attack on Tunis.
February 01, 1943 Licence
American photographer and journalist Margaret Bourke-White (1904 - 1971) perches on an eagle head gargoyle at the top of the Chrysler Building and focuses a camera, New York, New York, 1935.
January 01, 1935 Licence
The cover of Life magazine features a photograph of the Fort Peck Dam over the Missouri River, Montana, November 23, 1936. The was the magazine's first issue.
November 23, 1936 Licence
African American flood victims lining up to get food and clothing from a relief station in front of a billboard ironically proclaming WORLD'S HIGHEST STANDARD OF LIVING/THERE
January 01, 1937 Licence
Premium Rates Apply. Indian ldr. Mohandas Gandhi reading as he sits cross-legged on floor next to a spinning wheel which looms in the foreground as a symbol of India's struggle for independence, at home.
April 01, 1946 Licence
Hollow-eyed, emaciated male prisoners, victims of Nazi genocide against Jews of Europe & others, gripping barbed wire fence in wonderment at their liberation by Amer. forces from the cruelties of Buchenwald concentration camp.
April 28, 1945 Licence
Marlon Brando Cover Tries
January 01, 1960 Licence
South African gold miners.
January 01, 1950 Licence
Construction of giant pipes used to divert a section of the Missouri River during the building of the Fort Peck Dam.
January 01, 1936 Licence
Russian leader Joseph Stalin after meeting w. Harry Hopkins, adviser to Pres. Roosevelt, in his office in the Kremlin.
August 01, 1941 Licence
Sikh carrying his wife on his shoulders as he walks with others migrating to their new homeland after the creation of Sikh and Hindu section of Punjab India due to the division of India.
November 01, 1947 Licence
Two elderly women sharecroppers sitting on the porch of a log cabin.
Construction workers and taxi dancers enjoying a night out in barroom in frontier town.
Sightseers peering from the windows of the Statue of Liberty.
January 01, 1951 Licence
Boy sitting on rock ledge above refugee camp.
October 01, 1947 Licence
Workmen installing harp-shaped steel string frames into grand piano cabinets, at the Steinway Piano factory.
January 01, 1934 Licence
Residents from nearby city of Weimar walking w. eyes averted while being forced by liberating Amer. forces to walk past pile of corpses in courtyard of Buchenwald concentration camp during tour of atrocities.
An unseen South Korean holds the severed head of North Korean Communist guerrilla by the hair as a member of the South Korean National Police, smiles broadly, with an axe over his shoulder, Cholla Poktuk, South Korea, November 17,...More
November 17, 1952 Licence
Elizabeth the Queen Mother
George VI of the United Kingdom