For related information on William Henry Jackson in other manuscript collections in the BYU Library, see Robert S. Ellison, Mss 782, Fred Rosenstock, and LeRoy and Ann Hafen.Significant collections of Jackson's negatives or prints, and in some cases both, are preserved in the following institutions: the Edison Institute in Dearborn, Michigan; the Colorado Historical Society in Denver; the National Anthropological Archives of the Smithsonian Institution; the Blackmore Collection of the British Museum; the National Archives; the United States Geological Survey in Denver; the Prints and Photographs Division and the Rare Books and Manuscripts Room of the Library of Congress; the Amon Carter Museum in Fort Worth, Texas; the Western History Room of the Denver Public Library; the Prints and Photographs Department of the Chicago Historical Society; the Lilly Library of Indiana University; the Rare Books Library at the University of Chicago; and the Rare Books and Manuscripts Collection of the New York Public Library. Portions of some of these collections have been digitized and are available from a variety of Internet sites.Some of the World Transportation Commission photographs taken from 1894-1896 can be found in the 51 articles, published as a series by Harper--s Weekly from 1895-1898.A good beginning point for serious study are the notes and source essay in Peter B. Hales, William Henry Jackson and the Transformation of the American Landscape (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1988) and the bibliography of Thomas H. Harrell, William Henry Jackson: An Annotated Bibliography [1862 to 1995] (Nevada City: Carl Mautz, 1995).
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This collection is open to public use. However, the photographic portion is kept in cold storage and access requires 24 hours advance notice. Permission to publish material from the William Henry Jackson Collection must be obtained from the Reference Supervisor, L. Tom Perry Special Collections, and the L. Tom Perry Special Collections Board of Curators. It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain any necessary copyright clearances.Permission to publish material from the William Henry Jackson (1843-1942) Papers, 1866-1966, Photographs & Art Work, 1867-1940 must be obtained from the Supervisor of Reference Services and/or the Special Collections Board of Curators.