|ELECTRO METALLUGICAL OCT 1954|
|JOHN L. LEWIS 1947|
|MADISON ROLLING MILL JUNE 1954|
|MINE 32 C1948|
|BIGGEST PRODUCTION TOOL 1954|
|SUPERVOLTAGE MACHINE 1950|
|TEN MILLION DOLLARS C1937|
|TELEVISION BOOM 1948|
|CHRYSLER'S DESOTO PLANT first use of plastic|
William Vandivert (1912-1989) was another photographer as active within LIFE magazine as he was within the pages of FORTUNE. He had studied as a chemist and then at the Art Institute of Chicago. He began taking photographs and in 1938 he moved to work in England. During the Second World War he was active with his camera, photographing the destruction of Berlin and the scene inside Hitler's Bunker. After the War with his wife Rita and Robert Capa he became a founder member of Magnum although stayed only a year after its inception..
There is a terrific display of Bill Vandiveret's 1938 photographs of Kansas City at this blog.