Guest Comments


11/7/2014
Name: trip jennings
Comment: I,ve just purchased an oil painting, 27x 42 signed Wm H R Jackson.Is this possibly the same as WHJackson? An inscription on the back has the title as "a sunset glow",by Wm H R Jackson, painted between 1895 1908.If I had an email address, I could send a picture. thank you, fwjennings@hotmail.com

11/11/2014
Name: Barbara Norton
Comment: I would like to request permission for SCBL 933 a William Henry Jackson photo to be used in a video being produced by Fulcrum Publishing Inc., Golden, CO. At this point we intend to use this film for educational purposes to be shown in schools, libraries, etc. but in the future we may show the film at events for conservation organizations. My email is barb@mondove.com

6/1/2015
Name: Don Crowson
Comment: Thanks for the info.

1/11/2016
Name: Dottie ahaney
Comment: I have an original painting by w.h.jackson. It is titled"Indians ambushing Pony Express Rider. 1861 Wyoming. Is there any market for this art?

1/11/2016
Name: Dottie Haney
Comment: I have an original painting by w.h.jackson. It is titled"Indians ambushing Pony Express Rider. 1861 Wyoming. Is there any market for this art?

4/6/2016
Name: Mary Benefiel
Comment: i have a photograph by W.H Jackson that I do not see in your collection. It appears to depict the Mount of the Holy Cross. It is a vertical image and similar to others you have that are horizontal. Could you please put me in contact with someone who might be interested in having the photograph and identifying it.

1/27/2017
Name: Tom Rea
Comment: Thanks so much for keeping this site alive and usable! --Tom Rea, editor, WyoHistory.org

 

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