To locate publishable photos of John Muir, and to obtain permission to reprint, please use the following resources (all off-site links):
Where to get Photos of John Muir:
- University of the Pacific Library John Muir Photographs - extensive digital collection representing all of the photographs of John Muir from the John Muir Papers and related collections.
- University of the Pacific John Muir Drawings - extensive digital collections of Muir's sketches and drawings
- Museum Collections at John Muir National Historic Site - National Park Service - photographs include portraits of Muir and his family, his Martinez ranch house and orchards, personal belongings, and specimens that he collected.
- California Heritage Collection, Berkeley, California - (Do a search on John Muir for their collection of the Bancroft Library Portraits.
- California Faces - Selections from the Bancroft Portrait Collection - (Offsite Link with search engine)
- Library of Congress Photographic Services, Washington, D.C.
- Library of Congress, The Evolution of the Conservation Movement, 1850-1920
- Colby Library, Sierra Club, San Francisco, California
- John Muir National Historic Site, Martinez, California
- John Muir Collections at University of the Pacific, Stockton, California
- San Joaquin Valley Library System Photo Heritage Collection (search for Muir)
- John Muir Image Gallery - Wisconsin Electronic Reader, Madison, Wisconsin
- John Muir's Botany - A photo gallery of close-ups of John Muir's botanical collections, previewing the forthcoming book Nature’s Beloved Son, Rediscovering John Muir’s Botanical Legacy by Bonnie Johanna Gisel with photographs by Stephen Joseph (Berkeley, Heyday Books) (to be released in fall of 2008).
For more off-line picture viewing, see Photography and Gift Books on our ( Annotated John Muir Bibliography )
This website's digital images come from a variety of sources. We are not able to provide photographs. These images are presented for educational and research purposes. Transmission or reproduction of protected items beyond that allowed by fair use requires the written permission of the copyright owners. The determination of copyright status and restrictions ultimately rests with the user.
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