Robert T. Curtis, a leading photographer of Columbiana County, whose studio is located in Salem, was born in
this city, Sept. 26, 1876, and is the son of Robert T. and Eliza S. (Restell) Curtis.
Robert T. Curtis, deceased, was a native of London, England, as was his wife. After their marriage they came to
this country and settled in Salem, where he was associated for many years with the old Kittridge Cornice &
Ornamental Works, now the Mullins Company. His wife died in 1924. To Mr. and Mrs. Curtis were born four children:
Lillian; Jessie, married C. L. Snyder; Robert T., the subject of this sketch; and Mabel, married Ralph T. Coy,
Robert T. Curtis received his education in the schools of Salem, and in early life became connected with the studio
of R. E. Spencer, who is now engaged in business at East Liverpool, Ohio. After several years in Pittsburgh, Mr.
Curtis returned to Salem and in 1910 established his present business at 59 1/2 Main Street. He specializes in
portrait and commercial work, and is an expert in all phases of photography.
Mr. Curtis is identified with the National Photographers' Association, and the Mahoning Valley Association of Youngstown.
He is a member of the Episcopal Church and belongs to the Masonic and Elks lodges. He is esteemed as a reliable
and excellent citizen of his community.
History of Columbiana County, Ohio
By: Harold B. Barth
Historical Publishing Company
Columbiana County, Ohio Biographies
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