Famous Creative Women Quotations from . . .

Margaret Bourke-White
(1904-1971) born on
Jun 14
US photojournalist. "She was a photographer for "Life," 1963-69 and the first official woman photojournalist of WW II; wrote "You Have Seen Their Faces," 1937."

War correspondents . . . see a great deal of the world. Our obligation is to pass it on to others.

"If you banish fear, nothing terribly bad can happen to you."
Only by his action can a man make (himself/his life) whole . . . . You are responsible for what you have done and the people whom you have influenced.
"Usually I object when someone makes overmuch of men's work versus women's work, for I think it is the excellence of the results which counts."
The beauty of the past belongs to the past.


Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F:  "In "The Woman's Eye," 1973."
R: "In "Words of Women Quotations for Success," by Power Dynamics Publishing, 1997."
A: ""Margaret Bourke-White: A Biography," by Vicki Goldberg, 1986."
N: ""Portraits of Myself," 1963."
K: "On modern photojournalism; in "The Christian Science Monitor," 5 Dec 1986."

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