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Edward Curtis (American, 1868-1952). Group of ten photographs including:
Group of five photogravures, likely for the project "The North American Indian," including "The Old Home of Chief Seattle," "Washington Indian Basket Work," "Seattle's Totem," "Gathering Mussels," and "Red Thunder - A Nez Perce." All photographed ca. 1907.
One photogravure depicting totems atop poles, taken 1899.
One photogravure labeled "Sat Sa, A Young Zuni Governor" depicting a portrait of a man, taken 1903.
One gelatin silver print photograph depicting a figure dressed in furs in a landscape.
One photogravure labeled "Sia War-Dancer" depicting a young man, taken 1925.
One photogravure labeled "In the Land of the Apsaroke" depicting three figures on horseback, taken 1908.

Provenance: From the Estate of Christopher Cardozo.
Height ranges from 8 in to 12 1/2 in; width ranges from 8 in to 10 in.
Condition Report: There are no major tears, losses, or restorations to any of the works. Some toning, wear, and soiling as expected with age. None are framed.

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Edward Curtis (American, 1868-1952). Group of ten photographs including:
Group of five photogravures, likely for the project "The North American Indian," including "The Old Home of Chief Seattle," "Washington Indian Basket Work," "Seattle's Totem," "Gathering Mussels," and "Red Thunder - A Nez Perce." All photographed ca. 1907.
One photogravure depicting totems atop poles, taken 1899.
One photogravure labeled "Sat Sa, A Young Zuni Governor" depicting a portrait of a man, taken 1903.
One gelatin silver print photograph depicting a figure dressed in furs in a landscape.
One photogravure labeled "Sia War-Dancer" depicting a young man, taken 1925.
One photogravure labeled "In the Land of the Apsaroke" depicting three figures on horseback, taken 1908.

Provenance: From the Estate of Christopher Cardozo.
Height ranges from 8 in to 12 1/2 in; width ranges from 8 in to 10 in.
Condition Report: There are no major tears, losses, or restorations to any of the works. Some toning, wear, and soiling as expected with age. None are framed.

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