Archivist Update: Glass Negatives

Vice President Charles Curtis, sits for his portrait in Washington, D.C., Oct. 4, 1931. Painter is Edward Illig of New York. The vice president was reminded of his early days in Kansas when he had to abandon his ideas of being a painter’s apprentice because the fumes of paint made him sick. (AP Photo)

Vice President Charles Curtis, sits for his portrait in Washington, D.C., Oct. 4, 1931. Painter is Edward Illig of New York. The vice president was reminded of his early days in Kansas when he had to abandon his ideas of being a painter’s apprentice because the fumes of paint made him sick. (AP Photo)

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