Peter Stackpole  (American, 1913-1997) 

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Peter Stackpole, The Stare, Second Marines Division, WWII

 

Peter Stackpole
The Stare, Second Marines Division, WWII
1944

Etherton Gallery
Peter Stackpole, Marines on Beach, Saipan

 

Peter Stackpole
Marines on Beach, Saipan
1995

ClampArt
Peter Stackpole, 2nd Marine Division, Saipan

 

Peter Stackpole
2nd Marine Division, Saipan
1944

Scott Nichols Gallery
Peter Stackpole, Stage Door, Paramount

 

Peter Stackpole
Stage Door, Paramount
Scott Nichols Gallery
Peter Stackpole, The Catwalk Showing Incline Near Top of Tower

 

Peter Stackpole
The Catwalk Showing Incline Near Top of Tower
Scott Nichols Gallery
Peter Stackpole, Bay Bridge Construction

 

Peter Stackpole
Bay Bridge Construction
1935

Scott Nichols Gallery
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Peter Stackpole, Camel Cigarette Billboard Sign, Times Square

 

Peter Stackpole
Camel Cigarette Billboard Sign, Times Square, 1944
gelatin silver print

 

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Peter Stackpole, Sailors and Civilians Outside a Brightly Lit Times Square Arcade During WWII

 

Peter Stackpole
Sailors and Civilians Outside a Brightly Lit Times Square Arcade During WWII, 1944
gelatin silver print

 

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Peter Stackpole, 2nd marine division, Saipan

 

Peter Stackpole
2nd marine division, Saipan, 1944
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1913   Born in San Francisco, CA.
1923   Attended the Ecole Alsacciene in Paris, France.
1936   Became one of Life Magazine's original staff photographers.
1954   Won a George Polk Memorial Award for news photography.
1991   A fire at his home in Oakland, California, destroyed most of his negatives. Friends said that Mr. Stackpole had less than 20 minutes to save what he could and managed to salvage only the work that established his career, the building of San Francisco's great bridges.
1997   Died.