When an assignment becomes evidence: Peter Stackpole, Errol Flynn, and LIFE

This post is by Melanie Rinehart, Assistant Archivist, Time Inc. Archive. LIFE Magazine was launched on November 23, 1936, for readers “to see life; to see the world; to eyewitness great events.” The subject matter focused on both political and cultural events, and while the photographers captured iconic or scandalous photographs, it was rare that they … Continue reading When an assignment becomes evidence: Peter Stackpole, Errol Flynn, and LIFE