Joseph Jackson papers, 1913-1946

Jackson, Joseph, b. 1867 d. 1946

Collection size: 21 items (on 1 partial microfilm reel)

Collection Summary: Monographs and other material relating primarily to Joseph Pennell, John Krimmel and lithography. Included are newspaper clippings relating to the death of Joseph Pennell, 1926; Writings by Jackson, including "Joseph Pennell as a Lithographer", "American Architecture Owes Something to the Drawings of Joseph Pennell," "Paintings by John Lewis Krimmel in Exhibitions of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, 1812-1827," a history of lithography in Philadelphia discussing the introduction of the art into the United States, monographs and collected papers relating to art, personalities, lithography, Joseph Pennell and John Krimmel; and a letter from Pennell to Jackson.

Biographical/Historical Note: Art historian, writer and lithographer; Philadelphia, PA.

Material lent for microfilming, 1955, by the Historical Society of Pennsylvania.

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