W. Eugene Smith’s Landmark Photo Essay, ‘Nurse Midwife’ | LIFE.com

W. Eugene Smith's Landmark Photo Essay, 'Nurse Midwife'

While the media goes berserk over a royal baby in England, LIFE focuses on a heroic South Carolina nurse and midwife named Maude Callen.

The Jazz Loft According to W. Eugene Smith

The Jazz Loft According to W. Eugene Smith

Magnum photographer, W. Eugene Smith’s, picture of a Marine drinking from his canteen during 1944′s Battle of Saipan

Eugene Smith's picture of a Marine drinking from a canteen during Battle of Saipan. Postal Service released a Masters of American Photography series of commemorative stamps in 2002 this image was chosen as representative of his body of work.

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One of the best photojournalists of all time // W. Eugene Smith was a poet with a camera. Like most poets, he captured the world around him not in its pure immediate reality, but rather as he saw it.

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Marine Demolition Team Blasting Out ​​a Cave on Hill Iwo Jima, 1945 by W.

Steelworker- W. Eugene Smith, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1955. Smith’s photo essay on Pittsburgh was due to be completed in three weeks, but took three years. ©Magnum Collection/Magnum Photos

Steelworker in goggles, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA by W Eugene Smith. The Pittsburgh photo essay was to be completed in three weeks, but took three years.

Eugene Smith seemed to have had a field day exploring the rich stories around him. Description from theasc.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Gene Smith’s Jazz Loft Archive

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