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Classifications: Photographs

Classifications: Photographs
Old Well of Acoma
Edward S. Curtis
1904
94.64
The Clam Digger
Edward S. Curtis
1898
94.65
Untitled
Edward S. Curtis
1904
79.69
Mohave Still Life
Edward S. Curtis
1907
85.250.1
Mohave Still Life
Edward S. Curtis
1907
85.250.2
Qahatika Man
Edward S. Curtis
1907
85.248.1
Qahatika Man
Edward S. Curtis
1907
85.248.2
Qahatika Man
Edward S. Curtis
1907
85.248.3
Watching the Dancers
Edward S. Curtis
1906
83.140
Umatilla Maid
Edward S. Curtis
1910
83.143
Antelopes and Snakes at Oraibi
Edward S. Curtis
1921
83.107
A Snake Priest
Edward S. Curtis
1900
83.108
The Water Carriers
Edward S. Curtis
1921
83.109
Fishing Camp-Lake Pomo
Edward S. Curtis
1924
83.114
Piopio-Maksmaks, Profile-Walla Walla
Edward S. Curtis
1905
83.117
Loitering at the Spring
Edward S. Curtis
1921
83.118
A Hopi Girl
Edward S. Curtis
1905
85.140
Evening In Hopi Land
Edward S. Curtis
1906
85.141
Counting The Record
Edward S. Curtis
1921
85.142
Chaiwa - Tewa
Edward S. Curtis
1921
85.143
A Pomo Girl
Edward S. Curtis
1924
83.131
East Side of Walpi
Edward S. Curtis
1921
85.144
Gathering Tules-Lake Pomo
Edward S. Curtis
1924
83.133
Primitive Syle Of Hair Dressing
Edward S. Curtis
1921
85.145
East Mesa Girls
Edward S. Curtis
1921
85.146
Chaiwa-Tewa-Profile
Edward S. Curtis
1921
83.134
Modified Style Of Hair Dressing
Edward S. Curtis
1921
85.147
Snake Dancer in Costume
Edward S. Curtis
1900
83.135
The Mouth Of The Quinault River
Edward S. Curtis
1912
86.153
On The Quinault River
Edward S. Curtis
1912
86.154
Mishongnovi
Edward S. Curtis
1900
83.136
Flute Dancers At Tureva Spring
Edward S. Curtis
1921
85.148
Depositing A Prayer-Stick
Edward S. Curtis
1921
85.149
The Hopi Maiden
Edward S. Curtis
1905
83.137
A Hopi Man
Edward S. Curtis
1921
83.138
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Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are on the traditional homelands of the Duwamish and the customary territories of the Suquamish and Muckleshoot Peoples. As a cultural and educational institution, we honor our ongoing connection to these communities past, present, and future. We also acknowledge the urban Native peoples from many Nations who call Seattle their home.