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George B. Cornish

Vintage Photograph

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$125.00 - Product is currently out of stock.

George B. Cornish (1867-1946) was known for his portraits and scenes from the American West, including Native Americans and ranchers. He was a protégé of the well-known Western American photographer William Prettyman (1858-1932). Cornish inherited Prettyman's studio in Arkansas City, Kansas in 1905, which he operated until his death in 1946.

Vintage, sepia tone, double-weight, 7¾ x 6 inch photograph.

Very good condition with moderate bend to bottom left hand edge.

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TAGS: Western, Native American, Photography History, Kansas History

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