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LIFEs First-Ever Cover Story: Building the Fort Peck Dam, 1936

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LIFE.com reprints the very first cover story from the very first issue of LIFE magazine, in its entirety, along with a number of Margaret Bourke-White photos that did not appear in the November 23, 1936, issue. Read more

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