Thousands of photographs lay forgotten in the basement of the Charles Lauriat Company, a rare book dealer in Boston, until their rediscovery in the 1970s, which marked the revival of interest in Curtis' haunting images of American Indians
Charles Curtis (January 25, 1860 – February 8, 1936) was a United States Representative, a longtime United States Senator from Kansas later chosen as Senate Majority Leader by his Republican colleagues, and the 31st Vice President of the United States (1929–1933). He was the first person with significant acknowledged Native American ancestry and the first person with significant acknowledged non-European ancestry to reach either of the two highest offices in the United States government's...
Democratic National Convention Houston 1928 Guest Ticket Tenth Session. This was the first convention of either major party to be held in the South since the Civil War. Dates were June 26-28. Governor Alfred E. Smith of New York was nominated for President and Arkansas Senator Joseph T. Robinson for Vice President (of 1936 Arkansas Centennial Commemorative half dollar fame). They were defeated by the Republican ticket of Herbert Hoover and Charles Curtis. PMG Gem Uncirculated 65 EPQ.
Jacques de Gheyn II (Netherlandish, 1565–1629). Vanitas Still Life, 1603. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Charles B. Curtis, Marquand, Victor Wilbour Memorial, and The Alfred N. Punnett Endowment Funds, 1974 (1974.1)
(31/44) Herbert Hoover 31st President of the United States In office March 4, 1929 – March 4, 1933 Vice President Charles Curtis Preceded by Calvin Coolidge Succeeded by Franklin D. Roosevelt Born Herbert Clark Hoover August 10, 1874 West Branch, Iowa, United States Died October 20, 1964 (aged 90) Spouse(s) Lou Henry (m. 1899—1944; her death) Children Herbert Clark Hoover, Jr., Allan Henry Hoover