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William Henry Jackson Chromolithographic photographs
Detroit Photographic Company, 1901,
chromolithograph in original matting and frame, Jackson photograph #50223
Image dimensions: 24 inches by 7
inches. Original frame dimensions: 32 inches by 15 inches
Condition of photographic image: near fine.
Condition of original frame: very good.
ANIMAS CANON AND NEEDLE
DENVER AND RIO GRANDE
Henry Jackson glass plate #59013
Original chromolithograph in original frame, matting and
glass, with Denver & Rio Grande Railway logo. Condition: excellent.
Stamp on original backing paper: Clsler & Dorehen, Picture
Framers, 828 - 14th Street, Denver, Colorado. Dimensions of photographic image: 20-1/2 inches by 16-1/2
inches; Dimensions with frame: 35-1/2 inches by 32 inches
Panoramic Photograph of the City of Cripple Creek, circa 1900
William Henry Jackson panoramic view of the City of Cripple Creek, Cripple
Creek Gold Mining District, Teller County, Colorado, circa 1900.
Dimensions of photographic image: approximately 26 inches wide by 8 inches
in height; in original frame. "Pictures and Framing, Klein
Bros., 1732 Champ St., Denver." Condition: near fine; no flaws
or fading. (Please note: there is a reflection of light and camera
in glass covering image; but there is no damage or any other problems with
this wonderful, original Jackson image. Copyrighted by Detroit
Jackson Chromolithograph, #50207, Detroit Photographic Company
Dimensions of photographic image: 21 inches by 7-1/2 inches; Dimensions of original frame: 23 inches by 10 inches.
Very good plus condition
PIKES PEAK FROM THE GARDEN OF THE GODS
Henry Jackson glass plate #1078
Original mammoth print in original frame, with original velvet
fine tones, slightly sun-faded. Circa 1895, Photograph, velvet, and mat in near fine to fine condition.
REPORT ON THE ANCIENT RUINS
Examined in 1875 and 1877, By William H. Jackson
Ruins of Southwestern Colorado and Adjacent Territory
[Extracted from the Tenth Annual Report of the Survey for the
Significant amount on Mesa Verde area.
Department of the Interior, United States Geological Survey. F.V. Hayden, U.S. Geologist-In-Charge.
Washington: Government Printing Office, 1879. Pages 411 - 448, original printed wrappers; numerous plates
and maps; complete. Very good plus to near fine condition
PICTURE MAKER OF THE OLD WEST:
WILLIAM H. JACKSON
By Clarence S. Jackson. Charles Scribner's Sons, New York.
Charles Scriber's Sons, Ltd., London, 1947, First Edition. Inscribed by Clarence S. Jackson.
Original brown cloth binding with gray and green print; 308
pages; maps on endpapers. 393 photographs, sketches and paintings. Fine in very good plus dust jacket
THE PONY EXPRESS GOES THROUGH
AN AMERICAN SAGA TOLD BY ITS HEROES
by Howard R. Driggs. Illustrated in color and black-and-white by
WILLIAM H. JACKSON. Inscribed by William Henry Jackson in 1935.
Frederick A. Stokes Company: New York, 1935, 1st edition. Original green cloth binding with gold print; 208 pages; maps
on endpapers. Book is in near condition; tight spine; bright and clean pages.
Dust jacket is very good to very good plus condition;
"$2.50" price on inner front flap
WILLIAM HENRY JACKSON'S COLORADO
Compiled by Wiliam C. Jones and Elizabeth B. Jones. Foreword by Marshall Sprague.
Pruett Publishing Company: Boulder, Colorado, 1975, 1st
edition. Original white cloth binding with red print on spine; 172
pages; illustrated. Fine in fine dust jacket
THE DIARIES OF WILLIAM HENRY JACKSON,
to California and return, 1866 - 67; and with the Hayden
Surveys to the Central Rockies, 1873, and to the Utes and Cliff Dwellings, 1874.
Edited, with Introduction and Notes by LeRoy R. Hafen and Ann
W. Hafen. The Far West and the Rockies Historical Series, 1820 - 1875,
Volume X. The Arthur H. Clark Company: Glendale, California, 1959, 1st
edition. Original green cloth binding; gold print on spine; 345 pages.
Fine condition: strong, tight spine; bright, clean pages. Price: $300.00
THE OLD WEST SPEAKS
By Howard R. Driggs
Water-Color Paintings by William Henry
Prentice-Hall, Inc.: Englewood Cliffs, N.J., 1956, 1st edition.
Original two-tone cloth binding; gold print on spine; 220
pages. Book is in fine condition: tight spine; clean, bright pages. Previous owner inscription on front endpaper, signed by Kit
Carson III. Very good plus to near fine dust jacket; "10.00"
price on inner front flap.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN SCENERY
A Brief Description of Prominent Places of Interest Along
the Line of the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad, with numerous illustrations.
The Scenic Route Across the Continent, and the Only Line
passing through Salt Lake City en route to or from San Francisco and the Pacific
Coast. Press of the American Bank Note Co., New York, 1885; 80
Twelve Forbes Co., Boston, prints of
W. H. Jackson
Numerous advertisements, illustrations, and maps. Original hardcover black cloth binding with gold print.
Condition: near fine
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AND RIO GRANDE RAILROAD
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