Curtis, Edward

Curtis, Edward (Sheriff)

(1868–1954) photographer; born in White Water, Wis. From 1896 to 1930 he traveled across North America to take stylized portraits of Native Americans from 80 different tribes in traditional dress, publishing 20 volumes and portfolios of photos (1930–54).
The Cambridge Dictionary of American Biography, by John S. Bowman. Copyright © Cambridge University Press 1995. Reproduced with permission.
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524-538 in James Curtis, Edward Grabb and Neil Guppy, eds., Social Inequality in Canada: Patterns, Problems and Policies.
402-415 in James Curtis, Edward Grabb and Neil Guppy, eds., Social Inequality in Canada: Patterns, Problems and Policies.
371-86 in James Curtis, Edward Grabb and Neil Guppy, eds., Social Inequality in Canada: Patterns, Problems and Policies.
304-14 in James Curtis, Edward Grabb and Neil Guppy, eds., Social Inequality in Canada: Patterns, Problems and Policies.
Fairgoers saw photos by Ansel Adams, Diane Arbus, Berenice Abbott, Ruth Barnhard, Edward Curtis, Edward Weston, Andre Kertesz, Steven McCurry, August Sander and Dorothea Lange, among many notable artists' works.
7th Pl, 33304-3518 Curtis, Edward Royce (97) (957)525-7500 Tripp Scott 110 S.E.