Fred Jukes correspondence

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2017


Descriptive Summary

Title: Fred Jukes correspondence
Dates: 1938-1962
Collection Number: MS 354
Creator/Collector:
Extent: 1 folder
Repository: California State Railroad Museum Library and Archives
Sacramento, California 95814
Abstract: Letters to and from John B. Madden concerning the use of Jukes' photographs for paintings, 1962. Also Jukes' Christmas cards using his photographs, circa 1938-1939.
Language of Material: English

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Preferred Citation

Fred Jukes correspondence. California State Railroad Museum Library and Archives

Biography/Administrative History

Fred Jukes was a photographer who lived in Blaine, Washington and photographed railroads in Colorado and the Northwestern United States. He worked on the Virginia & Truckee as a fireman while a young man around the beginning of the twentieth century. Born in 1877, he died in 1971.

Scope and Content of Collection

Letters to and from John B. Madden concerning the use of Jukes' photographs for paintings, 1962. Also Jukes' Christmas cards using his photographs, circa 1938-1939.