Views of rural, village and town life in Mexico, including woman making tortillas; men and women with goods for sale, including pottery; a sugar mill; man and woman on porch of thatched house, woman with jug on head; children in market, San Luis Potosí; street scene, Cuautle; men and women at tables of veranda of a hotel in Puebla; ground around fountain of San Domingo; Guadalajara street and the penitentiary there; palace at Aguascaliente; men and women by railroad near Rascan; groups in the village of Abra; Mt. Popocatapetl; soldiers and others at Hacienda Peoticlos; group of women doing laundry, other hanging out wash; hats and other goods in portals of a market; flat boat in Canal de la Vica; old bridge at Hercules; soldiers in front of Cortés Palace, Coyoacán; bales of [cotton], Teoloyucan; views in Mexico City: grove of Chapultepec; Cinco de Mayo celebration; man with jugs in Alameda.
Albumen photographic prints mounted on cabinet cards. Negative numbers and titles in negatives. Photographer's name printed on mounts, variously: "W. H. Jackson & Co.," and "W. H. Jacskon Photograph & Publishing Co., Denver Col."