Wallace William Elliott (fl. c. 1879 - 1891) was a short-lived but important lithographic artist, printer, and publisher based in the San Francisco Bay Area. The firm's (often but not always W.W. Elliott and Co.) output consists almost entirely of bird's-eye views of California cities (listed in Reps), along with histories of the young state's counties. Some other works also dealt with Arizona, Idaho, and the Pacific Northwest. Very little is known about Elliott (aside form being born in New York in 1842 and residing in Alameda County in his most active years) or his firm, which appears to have had operations in both San Francisco and Oakland.