Since she isn't here, she doesn't feel one way or another about it. She was possessive of her photography and most definitely knew what she had. If she had wanted to be famous while she was alive, she certainly had the talent and eye to achieve that but that's not what she was about. She liked the process. She only stopped developing because money was an issue for her most of her life and she couldn't afford to develop anymore.
Again, that's the whole point. Everyone's sort of speculating about what she would have wanted done with her work, but that's irrelevant. She's dead, her work is still here. It doesn't matter whether she wanted it shown, we've got it. That whole speculation about what she would have wanted just feels to me like something that predatory people do to help them sleep better at night. It's really easy to justify this kind of acquisition while saying "she would have wanted it this way" when the person isn't around to say otherwise. And that just sort of makes the attempt kind of hollow. Who cares what she wanted? She ain't here, she's dead. If she also left behind something that's of value to the rest of us, and if she didn't protect it from unauthorized use, then of course we're taking that $h**.
And, that is predatory. Well, maybe not predatory, it's more like like something that a scavenger would do. But either way, it's based on self-interest, not what the hell she wanted. So let's just stop trying to pretend like we're doing what she wanted. What she would have wanted is irrelevant, she's freaking dead and she left valuable stuff behind.