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William Henry Jackson watercolor of William Henry Jackson and Bill Maddern crossing Mojave Desert, 1867 February 14
Watercolor of William Henry Jackson and friend waving jackets at long horn cattle by roadside. Includes holographic inscription by Jackson. An early sketch (prior to Jackson's work with United States Geological Survey).
Photographic print of a sketch framed by a painted sign swung out from Cor of Douglas and 15th St Omaha of two Native Americans fighting on horseback. On back is a rough sketch of seven Native Americans also on horseback. Includes initials and holographic inscription by Jackson. In Time Exposure, Jackson notes that this Omaha shingle was taken from "When Pawnee Meets Sioux" by F.O.C. Darley.
Photograph by William Henry Jackson of a man sitting on the banks of a body of water in the foreground, trees and mountains in the background, moderate fading.
Photograph by William Henry Jackson of two men on horseback under Devil's Gate, three others standing to the left. Image is more obscured on left side.
Photograph by William Henry Jackson of a barely visible wooden bridge in the bottom left corner and a mountain in the background, very faded with distinct stains.
Photograph by William Henry Jackson of a lake lined with reeds, hills on either side, clear image with staining near top of image.
Photograph by William Henry Jackson of two men on top of Pulpit Rock, two men below it, and two men on a trail near a small cliff. A small portion of railroad tracks are visible in the bottom left corner.