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Edward S. Curtis papers, 1900-1978 (bulk 1903-1954)

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Curtis (Edward S.) papers
Series I. Manuscripts and publications, 1900-1935, undated 66 items
Series I.C. Offprints, 1900-1927 21 items
Includes copies of articles published by Curtis as well as published materials containing images by Curtis.
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8** 2 Curtis, Edward S., "Medicine Lodge," 1900 1 item
Seattle Daily Times, 28 July 1900: 13.
8** 2 "The Navajoes and their Mighty Wind Doctor," 1904 1 item
Seattle Sunday Times, 13 June 1904: 3.
8** 2 "Sacred Rites of the Mokis and Navajoes as Seen by Edward S. Curtis," 1904 1 item
Seattle Sunday Times, part V, magazine section, 27 November 1904: 1.
8** 2 "A Curtis Poster: Reproduction of a Special Indian Poster Designed for the Times 3rd Anniversary Number," 1905 1 item
8** 2 "Easter in the Arizona Desert," 1905 1 item
Seattle Sunday Times, part III, magazine section, 16 April, 1905: 1.
8** 2 "Real American Beauties: Two Hopi Maidens of the Tewa Puebla, Arizona," 1905 1 item
8** 2 "The Zuni Governor," 1905 1 item
Seattle Sunday Times, part III, magazine section, 11 June 1905: 1. Reproduces the portrait by Curtis (in reverse) in Box 8**, f. 6.
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1 26 "The President's Family," 1905 1 item
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8** 3 "Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Longworth," 1906 1 item
New York Times, pictorial section, part I, 18 February 1908: 1-2. Includes a wedding portrait of Alice Roosevelt and her husband as well as recent photographs of the couple.
8** 3 "Mrs. Nicholas Longworth in her Bridal Gown," 1906 1 item
8** 3 "Prominent Men and Caricature," 1906 1 item
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1 27 Curtis, Edward S., "Vanishing Indian Types," 1906 2 items
"Vanishing Indian Types: The Tribes of the Southwest," Scribner's Magazine, vol. 39, no. 5: 514-529, and "Vanishing Indian Types: The Tribes of the Northwest Plains," Scribner's Magazine, vol. 39, no. 6: 657-671.
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8** 2 "Zash-Clishn-Apache Maiden," 1906 1 item
Seattle Sunday Times, magazine section, 18 November 1906: 1.
8** 2 "Little Wolf of the Cheyenne: Newest Curtis Indian," 1908 1 item
Seattle Sunday Times, magazine section, 26 January 1908: 1.
8** 2 Curtis, Edward S., "Love, Marriage, and Divorce as the Indian Sees Them," 1908 1 item
World Magazine, 3 May 1908: 9.
8** 3 "The Vanishing Race," approximately 1908 1 item
Spread of Curtis photographs, with copyright dates of 1904-1908, reproduced in Collier's Weekly.
8** 3 "A Page of Indian Maidens of Aboriginal North American Stock," 1908 1 item
New York Daily Tribune, 26 April 1908: 3. Reproduces Curtis photographs of Mojave, Apache, Papago, and Jicarilla girls.
8** 3 Cody, Colonel William F., "The Great West that Was: 'Buffalo Bill' Cody's Life Story," 1916-1917 2 items
Each spread from an unidentified Hearst International Magazine company publication contains reproductions of two Curtis photographs.
8** 3 Chicago Daily News photogravure section, 1927 2 Leaves
From the section dated 22 January 1927; includes a reproduction of Curtis's photograph of the last ride of Native Americans returning from their hunting grounds.


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