Wife of Moon, by Margaret Coel
Thursday, June 20
11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Included with admission; free for members
Two murders – a century apart – are linked to photographs Edward Curtis took of Arapaho Indians in 1907. The author imagines Curtis left in a rush after inadvertently capturing on film the murder of a chief’s daughter. Although Curtis never printed the photos, it looks like someone else did, with terrible consequences. The mystery is set on Wyoming’s Wind River Reservation where an exhibition of Curtis’ photographs is on display. Come for coffee and discussion led by Dr. Gabrielle Vail. Space is limited.