William Henry Jackson was one of American's foremost 19th-century photographers, and continues to be one of the most studied and written about American photographers of the 19th century. The U.S. Geological Survey, the Colorado Historical Society, and the Library of Congress maintain large collections of his images.
This compilation of works by and about William Henry Jackson includes diaries, autobiographies, newspaper series, articles and reports, commercial photograph catalogues, published photograph albums, books and book chapters, and some multimedia and internet resources. The many publications which have included Jackson images are documented from 1868 to 1995. This work is designed as a resource for libraries, museums, researchers, dealers, and collectors interested in 19th century photography. The author's WWW links to Jackson images can be found at Time Exposure, a Jackson web page. As the author modestly states, "If you're interested in the scope of Jackson's career or books with Jackson information and views, I think you'll find this book to be a useful resource."
This book is one of the many essential western photography books published by Carl Mautz Publishing.