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27 January 2013



I am very familiar with Edward Curtis -- our small historical museum on campus recently had an exhibit of photographs of Native Americans and of course Curtis was well represented. They are mesmerizing in how they reflect the soul of a person; there is a lifetime in his faces.

And now I am off to check out a new blog and another quest! Thanks!


I have not heard of Edward Curtis. Thanks for the education and enjoyed each link. This so well fits with the book I am reading about right now, Eight Girls Taking Pictures by Whitney Otto. The stories I have read so far take place during this same era. It is fiction, but definitely tells a story of early photography. I will be watching for more on Edward Curtis now.

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