Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942
- Existence: April 4, 1843 - June 30, 1942
Biographical / Historical
William Henry Jackson, 1843-1942, was one of the most renowned 19th Century landscape photographers of the American West.
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Carrie Arnold Collection,
Identifier: AC 289
Scope and Content This collection consists of Carrie Arnold's original manuscripts and illustrative art work on the history of the Palace of the Governors in Santa Fe, New Mexico, copies of the published materials she used in her research including Palace records from Archivo General de Indios, B.M. Read's Illustrated History of New Mexico and Sidelights of New Mexican History, and J.K. Shiskin's Unquiet...
Clinton P. Anderson Photographs
Abstract Photographs related to Senator Anderson's political career. Also contains some 19th century New Mexican scenes and portraits collected by Anderson.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1946-1975; 1848-1975
Detroit Photographic Co. William Henry Jackson Photochrom Album
Abstract Gilt leather album of 52 pages with 95 photochrom prints of William Henry Jackson photographic negatives depicting Native Americans from the Southwest, and scenes of California, Colorado and the Grand Canyon, with captions and copyright dates.
Dates: 1898-1902; Majority of material found in 1880s-1905
Horatio Oliver Ladd Photograph Collection
Abstract This large and varied collection focuses primarily on the Ladd family and their friends and colleagues, the Ramona School, and the University of New Mexico.
Mexico: Briquet and Jackson Photograph Album
Abstract Album contains photographs made in Mexico by A. Briquet and in the Southwestern U.S. by William Henry Jackson. Subjects include: city and village views; railroads in landscapes; dwellings; civic, religious, and commercial buildings; historical sites; occupations (some cartes de visite of street vendors); markets; Precolumbian art; trees and plants.
Mexico: Selected Photographers Collection
Abstract Collection includes prints by A. Briquet, Cox & Carmichael, José María Lupercio, C.B. Waite, William Henry Jackson, Kilburn Brothers, (La) Rochester Photo Co., J. Yeañs and Mauricio Yañezs.
Richard W. D. Bryan Photograph Collection
Abstract Photographs of R. W. D. Bryan, teachers, and students of the Albuquerque Indian School and the University of New Mexico as well as buildings and mining operations in New Mexico.
Scope and Contents From the Class: This record is used to track catalogued boudoir cards not described in another collection. Boudoir cards are card-mounted photographs much like cabinet cards, but boudoir cards are more generously sized [8.5 x 5.5 inches]. The term refers to the format, not the subject matter. The format was used beginning in the late 1870s, grew in popularity in the 1880s, and use tapered off after 1900. In some cases, images created earlier may have been republished in this format. ...
Dates: Majority of material found within ca. 1880s and 1890s
San Miguel Church, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1881, copied ca. 1900
Item — Multiple Containers
Scope and Content From the Collection: The collection consists primarily of photographic images of Santa Fe, New Mexico and the surrounding area. Also included are portraits of Santa Fe residents, railroad scenes, and some images from the surrounding pueblos. The collection includes photographs of Santa Fe buildings, such as the old Capital, the Palace of the Governors, the Penitentiary, and the U.S. Indian School. Also included are street scenes, homes, and businesses. Among the portraits are government officials and...
Dates: 1881; copied ca. 1900
U.S. Western and Military Photograph Collection
Abstract Predominantly large format landscape photographs of U.S. West, including parks such as Yellowstone, Yosemite, and Garden of the Gods. California subjects include San Francisco and its Chinatown.
William Henry Jackson Collection
Identifier: PAC 019
Scope and Content This significant collection of W.H. Jackson was acquired over the years through donation and purchase and includes some of the earliest photographs of New Mexico. The collection includes ca. 1866 carte de visites of Pawnee chiefs taken in Omaha, photographs of early Santa Fe and many official Geologic Survey prints produced for circulation in Washington DC.
Dates: 1869 - 1924; Majority of material found in Placeholder Unit Date Text
William Henry Jackson Photochrom Collection
Abstract Colorized prints featuring natural and built subjects in Colorado, New Mexico, California, Utah, Mexico, and other North American locales.