Books: Long Remember

TIME EXPOSURE—William Henry Jackson—Putnam ($3.50).

William Henry Jackson, dean of U. S. photographers (TIME, April 15), was born in 1843, two years before Texas joined the Union, now lives in Manhattan. Last week, in a simple, chatty, offhand chronicle, he told what he had done with all that time. His earliest recollection (age 4) is hating Mexican General Santa Anna. At 19, Jackson joined the Union Army, spent a quiet year guarding Washington, three quiet days guarding box cars at Gettysburg during the battle. He later voted for Abraham Lincoln (Term II).

In the West he bullwhacked across the Plains, filled then with...

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