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Margaret Bourke-White: a monumental look

Show traces work of photographer

By Mark Feeney
Globe Staff / February 20, 2005

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PORTLAND, Maine -- Margaret Bourke-White cut one of the great figures in 20th-century photography. Is there a more totemic image of the heroic photographer at work than Bourke-White -- camera in hand, beret on head -- precariously perched atop a Chrysler Building gargoyle? (Full article: 1309 words)

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