Version Of This Picture Published in: Harpers Bazaar. (1947 February).
Her photographs were often set outdoor with the settings emphasizing active women and nature, later she would adapt this style to act as a commentary on the human condition.
Toni Frissell Collection (Library of Congress).
In 1941, Frissell volunteered her photographic services to the American Red Cross and then the Eighth Army Air Force, before becoming the official photographer for the Woman's Army Corps, were she took thousands of images of nurses, front-line soldiers, WACs, African-American airmen, and orphaned children.
Toni Frissell Collection (Library of Congress). Version Of This Photograph Published in: Harper's bazaar, November 1946.
While Frissell photographed subjects as diverse as the "Tuskegee airmen" and the 1968 Republican National Convention, she is perhaps best known for her pioneering fashion photography and her informal portraits of the famous and powerful in the United States and Europe, such as Winston Churchill and the kennedy clan.
Frissell also also published photographically illustrated versions of A Child's Garden of Verses (1944), [Bermuda]:The Happy Island (1946), Mother Goose (1948) and The King Ranch, 1939-1944 (1975)
The Library of Congress, Washington, DC, contains 340, 000 Frissell items, including her own selection of her 1, 800 best prints.