The Daguerreian Society

On this day (August 4) in the year 1855, the following
advertisement appeared in "The Weekly Pendulum" (East
Greenwich & Wickford,  R.I.):

   WALKER'S UNION GALLERY, at 101 Westminster
street, opposite the Arcade.  Daguerreotypes
of superior excellence, at prices as low as
any establishment in the United States, in
quality, tone and cleaness of the eyes, cannot
be excelled,--Connected with this establishment
is a MELODEON WAREROOM, conducted by G.G. WALKER,
who is always on hand, and will sell Carhart's
Melodeon's at Carhart's lowest cash prices.  Also,
Instruction given at $12 per quarter.     D276-1y

Posted for your enjoyment.       Gary W. Ewer      

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