The many photographers whose works appear in the exhibit include Sam Abell, Ansel Adams, William Albert Allard, Edward Curtis, David Alan Harvey, William Henry Jackson, Sarah Leen and Joel Sartore.
What does WHJ stand for?
WHJ stands for William Henry Jackson (early photographer, 1843-1942)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
In October, 1878 William Henry Jackson completed a series of photographs of a man called Indian Dick, perhaps in eastern Idaho, depicting his camp and his extended Shoshone family.
William Henry Jackson carried 120 pounds of equipment, chemicals, and glass plates into the wilderness with pack mules to photograph the Rocky Mountain West in the 1860s and 1870s.
Surprisingly, there is little relationship here to the recently much discussed American roadster photographers of the '70s, who were the first to use color in fine-art photography and to trace their roving landscaper impulses and taste for large-format plates to figures like William Henry Jackson.
A large part of the expedition's fame came from its members, who included the Hudson River School artist Thomas Moran and photographer William Henry Jackson.
Famous photographers, such as William Henry Jackson and later Ansel Adams, also used their art to further efforts to promote the national parks.
A respected painter, engraver, and illustrator, Moran joined photographer William Henry Jackson on a U.
Fielder's work updates more than 100 historic shots by 19th-century photo-surveyor William Henry Jackson, who documented Colorado landscapes and cities for the U.