Historic orotone, or goldtone, photograph by Seattle, Washington photographer ASAHEL CURTIS (American/Washington, 1874 - 1941), brother of Edward S. Curtis, of the State's famed Nisqually Galcier on Mt. Rainier, Negative 44896. Created ca. late 1910s - 1920s, the orotone/goldtone photographic process was a regional phenomenon in the Pacific Northwest. Orotone is signed in the image in the bottom left corner, including the negative number 44896 and a copyright symbol. Housed in a beautiful original Edward Curtis style batwing frame.
Asahel Curtis Mt. Rainier Nisqually Glacier 44896 Orotone/Goldtone Photo
Orotone photographic glass plate in excellent condition. The orotone glass plate measures 8" x 10," and overall the piece measures approximately 10-1/2" x 12-1/2" including the frame.
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