The Daguerreian Society


On this day (August 22) in the year 1845, the following three
advertisements appeared in "The Evening Mirror"
(New-York; Vol. II, No. 262):
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                   DAGUERREOTYPES

                      P. HAAS
          D A G U E R R E A N   A R T I S T
                    289 Broadway,
                 Lafarge Buildings,
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  M. H., by entire new improvement of his own, in ena-
bled to make FOUR beautiful miniatures.
              FOR THREE DOLLARS.              m31 tf

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                       PLUMBE'S
             NATIONAL DAGUERRIAN GALLERY,
                         AND
                  PHOTOGRAPHIC DEPOT
                   No. 251 Broadway,
Corner of Murray street, (over Tenney's Jewelry store,)
  Awarded the Medal, four first premiums, and two "high-
est honors," at the exhibitions at Boston, New York, and
Philadelphia respectively, for best pictures and apparatus
ever exhibited.
  Price of these superb Photographs reduced to that of
ordinary ones at other places, so that no one need now sit
for an ordinary likeness on the score of economy.  Taken
in any weather.
  Plumbe's Premium and German Cameras, Instructions,
Plates, Cases, &c. &c. forwarded to any desired point, at
lower rates than by any other manufactory.
  WANTED--Tow or three skilful operators.  Apply as
above.                                     ap30 is

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FIRST PREMIUM NEW YORK DAGUERRIAN MINIATURE GALLERY,
corner of Broadway and Fulton street, entrance 3d door,
where may be had Miniatures which, for beauty of color,
tone and effect, can at all times recommend themselves;
and if not superior, are equal to any that have been here-
tofore taken.  Mr. B. does not claim superiority for him-
self, but leaves his pictures to the criticism of a just
and intelligent public, who, as well as strangers, are
invited to call at the Gallery before going elsewhere,
whether they intend sitting or not.  Likenesses in all
cases warranted to give satisfaction, and colored in a
most beautiful manner, and in which department Mr. B.
does claim superiority, it being filled by a competent and
practical person.  Taken in all kinds of weather, from
8 A.M. till 5 P.M.
   The American Institute awarded a first Premium to Mr.
B. at the late Fair.  Instructions carefully given in
the art.                (d28)                M. B. BRADY


(Any original spelling\grammatical errors maintained. -G.E.)
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Posted for your enjoyment.       Gary W. Ewer      
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08-22-95


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