Working on the Frontier
Working on the Frontier "They carried two main tents, 10-by-12 and 12-by-12 feet, 'A' style with 6-foot [1.8 m] walls. These had canvas floors sewed on to keep out snakes. The larger tent was used for interviews and recording group meetings; the other was Curtis' studio and workroom."
~ Homer Boelter, about 1966
  • Mapping Curtis' Accomplishments
  • Camera and Tripod
  • Curtis' Studio and Workroom

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