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Halfway to Freedom.: A Report on the New India in the Words and Photographs of Margaret Bourke-White.

by BOURKE-WHITE, MARGARET

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New York: Simon and Schuster, 1949.. FIRST EDITION. Fine copy in a bright, unfaded dust jacket with some minor edgewear. Contains 115 photographs documenting India shortly after independence. Bourke-White was a photographer working for "Life" magazine at the time she took these photographs.





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