The North American Indian is not monolithic or merely a monument.
Curtis paid natives to pose at a time when they lived with little dignity and enjoyed few rights and freedoms.
On October 16, 1924, Curtis sold the rights to his In the Land of the Head-Hunters to the.
After several years of estrangement, Clara filed for divorce on October 16, 1916.
By 1930 he had studied more than eighty tribes, taken more than 40,000 photographs, and earned the support of Theodore Roosevelt and J.
His other daughter, Florence Curtis, was still living in Medford, Oregon, with her husband, Henry Graybill.