Born in The Bronx in 1904, Margaret Bourke-White studied photography as a hobby while a very young woman. Her father, an inventor and engineer of Polish-Jewish background, taught his daughter techniques that she would develop to become one of the most famous photographers in the field of photojournalism. In 1929. Bourke-White became the first female photographer for Fortune magazine, and in 1935 her photograph was the first to adorn the cover of "Life" magazine. This Margaret Bourke-White autograph reproduction would look great in an album or display.