Stinson Beach resident Raven Schauf and her two sisters recently inherited a substantial set of famous images: photogravures of Native Americans taken by the lauded photographer and ethnologist Edward Curtis. Mr. Curtis spent decades in the 19th and 20th centuries taking pictures and recording traditions and languages of native people whose way of life was quickly disappearing. The collection . . .

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