Emma Jane Gay (1830–1919) (also known as E. Jane Gay) was an American woman who devoted her life to social reform and photography. She has become most notable for her photographs of the Nez Perce, which she took during a federal expedition led by American ethnologist and anthropologist Alice Cunningham Fletcher.

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  • Emma Jane Gay (1830–1919) (also known as E. Jane Gay) was an American woman who devoted her life to social reform and photography. She has become most notable for her photographs of the Nez Perce, which she took during a federal expedition led by American ethnologist and anthropologist Alice Cunningham Fletcher. (en)
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