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A.C. Jackson was a British camera maker in the late 19th and early 20th century. It worked as a subcontractor for various resellers, and did not publish its own advertisements. It made the Ilex cameras in the early 1900s. In March 1904, the company was absorbed by Houghtons and the production of the Ilex cameras was taken over by the latter. It is said that Mr. A.C. Jackson continued to manage the factory in Hackney (a borough of London).
- Channing, Norman and Dunn, Mike. British Camera Makers. An A-Z Guide to Companies and Products. London : Parkland Designs, 1996. ISBN 0-9524630-0-8 Pp.61–2.