Curator Gaylord Torrence stands before the centerpiece of the Plains Indian art exhibit, a grouping of five rare buffalo robes displayed in lighted cases against a wall-scaled enlargement of an 1868 photograph by Alexander Gardner from the museum’s collection.
Curator Gaylord Torrence stands before the centerpiece of the Plains Indian art exhibit, a grouping of five rare buffalo robes displayed in lighted cases against a wall-scaled enlargement of an 1868 photograph by Alexander Gardner from the museum’s collection. ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star
Curator Gaylord Torrence stands before the centerpiece of the Plains Indian art exhibit, a grouping of five rare buffalo robes displayed in lighted cases against a wall-scaled enlargement of an 1868 photograph by Alexander Gardner from the museum’s collection. ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star

Gaylord Torrence marks a career high with ‘Plains’ exhibit

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