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Review: Traveling exhibit at Booth Museum misses the mark on Curtis’ American Indians

By most measures, Seattle photographer Edward Sheriff Curtis was a failure. His photography business floundered, then went under. His wife divorced him, leading to his later arrest for failure to pay seven years of alimony. He died penniless and largely unrecognized in 1952 at the age of 84, having devoted the prime of his life...
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