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Title W.H. Jackson Photocrom Print Collection Vol 1: VII
Document Type Photograph
Description Box 1, folders 28-31. A collection of colour photochrom prints produced by the Detroit Photographic Company taken across the United States and Cuba by W. H. Jackson, largely depicting buildings and monuments (interior and exterior). Included are the Library of Congress and Madison Square, New York.
Names Detroit Photographic Company; Maine [ship]; Whittier, John Greenleaf (1807-1892); Ericson, Leif; Jackson, William Henry (1843-1942)
Places Salt Lake City, Echo Canyon, Weber Canyon, Utah, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Escanaba, Michigan, Key West, Miami River, Palm Beach, Florida, Fort Moultrie, Charleston, South Carolina, Savannah, Savannah River, Georgia, Vicksburg, Mississippi, Lost Lake, Oregon, Washington, D.C., Haverhill, Boston, Massachusetts, New York, United States; Havana, Cuba
Keywords railroad, Union Pacific Railroad, environment, ship, transportation, river, church, fort, Congress of the United States, Quaker, poetry, government, horse, city
Theme Observation, Representation and Cultural Encounters; Missionaries and Education
Culture Area Great Plains, Caribbean, Southeast, Northwest Coast, 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