Curtis D. Pruett (fl. c. 1925 - 1967), sometimes as Curtis B. Pruett, was an artist and art shop owner in Dallas, Texas. He appears in Dallas city directories as an artist as early as 1925, and was also occasionally referred to as a 'display architect.' Little is known about his life and work aside from his involvement with 'The Official Centennial Map of Texas' (1934) and a later 'Historical Map of Texas' (1967), which may be a later reprint of the former, both for the Daughters of the Texas Revolution.

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