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Title W.H. Jackson Photocrom Print Collection Vol 1: V
Document Type Photograph
Description Box 1, folders 19-23. A collection of colour photochrom prints produced by the Detroit Photographic Company and the Photochrom Company taken across the United States by W. H. Jackson. It largely depicts waterways and landscape views. Includes some cave dwellings, images of the Capitol at Washington, D.C. and the Grand Court at the 1893 Chicago World's Fair.
Names Detroit Photographic Company; Photochrom Company; Jackson, William Henry (1843-1942)
Places Santa Cruz, Santa Catalina Island, San Francisco, Pasadena, California, Lake San Cristoval, Clear Creek Canyon, Mesa Verde, Poncho Pass, Mount of the Holy Cross, South Cheyenne Canyon, Red Mountain, Ouray, Pike's Peak, Colorado Springs, Point Sublime, Grand Canyon, Colorado, Big Cottonwood Canyon, Green River Butte, Utah, Tomoko River, Fort Marion, St. Augustine, Lake Worth, St. John's River, Orange Grove, Florida, Mount Hood, Oregon, Wahington, D.C., Illinois, United States
Keywords environment, overland trail, trail, settlement, railroad, fort, river, observation, government
Theme Observation, Representation and Cultural Encounters
Culture Area California, Great Plains, Northeast
Physical Description The colour lithographic prints were made using the "Photochrom" process and published by Detroit Photographic Company from negatives made by W.H. Jackson.
Additional Information View finding aid for this collection:
Library The Newberry Library
Copyright The Newberry Library
Collection The Edward E. Ayer Collection
Reference Ayer Photographs Jackson Box 1
Catalogue Link The Newberry Library Catalogue