We Bring the Work of
Edward S. Curtis
Watch as 94-year-old Anna Nashoalook Ellis, who was photographed as a child by Edward Curtis, meets Curtis' great-grandson, John Graybill. With your support, we'll help the world hear the stories she told us.
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We enhance awareness of North American Natives through educational initiatives, research, and publications that highlight the life and work of Edward S. Curtis while amplifying Native voices.
CURTIS COMES BACK TO SEATTLE
Watch John Graybill, Edward Curtis' great-grandson and founder of the Curtis Legacy Foundation, talk about his family's history in the places where it all started.
Visit our blog to read insights about Edward Curtis' life that he shared only with his family.
Your donation will go directly towards carrying out our mission of preserving and strengthening awareness of Edward Curtis’ photography and ethnology while advancing knowledge about the North American Native Peoples he visited.
Learn more about Curtis from archived documents, scholarly research, and a long list of books.