William Sharpless Jackson family papers, 1860-


Jackson, William S. (William Sharpless), 1836-1919. William Sharpless Jackson family papers, 1860-

William Sharpless Jackson family papers, 1860-

Business papers of William Sharpless Jackson (I); personal papers of Edith and Gardner Jackson; extensive correspondence between Williams S. Jackson (II) and family members; documents generated by William S. Jackson's [II] legal career and investments; professional and personal papers of William S. Jackson (III). Photographic prints: family photos, studio portraits, snapshots, and miscellaneous images of people and places. Photograph albums - albums include William "Bill" S. Jackson Jr.'s family photos. Images of his sisters, uncles, parents, grandparents, cousins, and aunts and uncles, views of family vacations in Colorado, New England, the Midwest, and the West. Several albums include images from his aunt Edith's travels in Europe and studies in Austria. These include portraits of Erik Erikson, Martin Freud, and others in the Freudian school of psychology. Views of the slums of Korea from Korean Relief, Inc. and an album prepared by the Chamber of Commerce of an excursion to the Northfield water system in El Paso County, Colorado. Unbound album of cyanotypes of W.S. Jackson I and his family on vacation.

212.5 linear ft. (213 boxes), 1 oversize folio, 13 oversize folders, 6 oversize boxes, 1 oversize audiovisual box, 5 photo boxes, 2 oversize photo boxes.

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