An intimate homage to the photographic work of Edward Curtis. Born in Whitewater, Wisconsin in 1868, Curtis was a photographer and ethnologist who spend decades documenting the native peoples of the west, beginning in 1895 when he photographed Princess Angeline, the daughter of Chief Sealth of Seattle. In 1906 J. P. Morgan funded Curtis to produce a series on Native Americans. That series took over 20 years and produced more than 1,500 photographs - providing invaluable historical documentation. He died at the age of 84 in Los Angeles in 1952.
Each intimate set contains six portrait cards (5" x 7") on matte card acid-free card. Perfect as a greeting card or a frame insert.