Newland

ND                  16 Central Street, Unknown Location.

Newland of the partnership of Knox & Newland was recorded in one advertisement N. D.,  Citation Unknown from a newspaper clipping in Joe Bauman collection.  Daguerreotype Miniatures.  Taken at No. 16 Central Street, over Hale & Bickford’s Store) and neatly set in Cases, Gold and Plated Lockets and Bosom Pins.

Specimens can be seen at the door and at our Rooms, which are open at all hours of the day.

We have a Large Assortment of Gold and Plaited Lockets, Cases and Bosom Pins.  Manufactured Expressly for Miniatures.  Knox & Newland.

Newland is not recorded in other photographic directories.

Robert Newell

1857                Address Unknown, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.                                                        1858-1859    926 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.1

Robert Newell was listed in one announcement that appeared on November 7, 1857 in the New York Daily Tribune (New York, New York).  Premiums Awarded at the Twenty ninth Fair of the American Institute…Daguerreotypes, Photographs, Hallotypes, &c.

M. B. Brady, No. 359 Broadway, N. J., for best plain and retouched photographs.………………………………………………………………………………….Small Gold Medal  J. Gurney, No. 349 Broadway, N. Y., for plain and retouched Photographs (a Gold Medal having been before awarded…………………………………………………………..Diploma M. M. Lawrence, No. 381 Broadway, N. Y., for the best Daguerreotypes and Miniatures in Oil …………………………………………………………………………………Large Silver Medal    Meade Brothers, No. 233 Broadway, N. Y., for instantaneous Daguerreotypes.……………………………………………………………………………………….Bronze Medal J. Gurney, No. 349 Broadway, N. Y., for the best life-size Photographs in Oil (a Gold Medal having been before awarded……………………………………………………Diploma              C. D. Fredricks, Nos. 585 and 587 Broadway, N. Y., for life-size Photographs in Oil (a Gold Medal having been before awarded)……………………………………………………Diploma  C. D. Fredericks, Nos. 585 and 587 Broadway, N. Y., for the best Crayon Photographs and Hallotypes………………………………………………………………………Large Silver Medal J. Gurney, No. 349 Broadway, N. Y., for Crayon Photographs and Hallotypes.……………………………………………………………………………………….Bronze Medal J. Gurney, No. 349 Broadway, N. Y., for the best Photographs in Aquerille.…………………………………………………………………………………Small Silver Medal C. D. Fredericks, Nos. 585 and 587 Broadway, N. Y., for Photographs in Aquerille.……………………………………………………………………………………….Bronze Medal S. C. Holmes, No. 289 Broadway, N. Y., for the best Photographic Views.…………………………………………………………………………………Small Silver Medal B. Hafnagel, No. 413 Broadway, N. Y., for photographic Views and copies of Prints.……………………………………………………………………………………….Bronze Medal Phillip E. Bogart & Co., No. 58 Pine street, N. Y., for Photographs by the Solar Camera.…………………………………………………………………………………………….Diploma G. N. Bernard, Syracuse, N. Y., for Photographs on Wood.…………………………………………………………….…………………………Bronze Medal C. C. Harrison, Fifty-third Street, near East River, N. Y., for Photographic Cameras (a Silver Medal having been before awarded……………………………………………………Diploma Robert A. Werner, No. 25 East Broadway, N. Y., for an ingeniously planned Diaphragm.……………………………………………………………………………………………..DiplomaA. Beckers, No. 411 Broadway, N. Y., for a Stereoscopic Panorama.……………………………………………………………………………………………..DiplomaR. Newell & Co., Philadelphia, Pa., for three delicately tinted Portraits.……………………………………………………………………………………………..Diploma J. Gurney, No. 349 Broadway, N. Y., for the best Photographs in Pastel.……………………………………………………………………………………….Bronze Medal C. D. Fredricks, Nos. 585 and 587 Broadway, N. Y., for Photographs in Pastel.……………………………………………………………………………………………..Diploma

Robert Newell is recorded in other photographic directories as being active in Philadelphia in 1858-1860.

 

C. S. Newell

1857-1859       At F. W. Bradley’s Store, Kinderhook, New York.

C. S. Newell was recorded in two advertisement that ran in the Kinderhook Herald (Kinderhook, New York). The first advertisement ran from December 24, 1857 to February 18, 1858. The Holidays!  Ambrotypes and Daguerreotypes Taken At F. W. Bradley’s Store, By C. S. Newell.  All kinds of Pictures accurately copied.

The second advertisement ran from February 25, 1858 to February 10, 1859.   Newell’s Daguerrean Gallery, Ambrotype and Daguerreotypes Taken At F. W. Bradley’s Store, By C. S. Newell.  All kinds of Pictures accurately copied.

C. S. Newell is not recorded in other photographic directories.

Newcome

1856                308 N. 2nd, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Newcome was mentioned in the Photographic and fine Arts Journal (New York, New York) in an article entitled the Photographic Galleries of America.  Number Two, Philadelphia. The author visited 57 Galleries in Philadelphia.

Newcome. —Here we have an excellent artist again; one whose pictures please, possessing all the attributes of good pictures. In the course of time, this artist bids fair to be among the first. There is not a picture in his gallery which does not excel. How different from many of his neighbors. I noticed several splendid positives, among which a portrait of a child taken after death is really well done. This artist should go into Chestnut or Arch Street, to be appreciated.

Newcome is recorded in other photographic directories, but is recorded here because of the first- hand account of his or her work.

[1] Not all first names or complete addresses were recorded in article.   Craig’s Daguerreian Registry was used to assist in identification when possible first name and address were added.

 

Mr. New

1848-1849       Rooms in the Empire Building, McGrawville, New York.

Mr. New was recorded in one advertisement that ran from December 28, 1848 to January 4, 1849 in the McGrawville Express (McGrawville, New York).  Mr. New, The Daguerrean Artist would respectfully inform the inhabitants of this vicinity that he will be at his old stand (in the Empire,) one week to execute with neatness and delicacy anything pertaining to Photography.  Those desirous of purchasing in this line will do well to call, as he has a new and splendid assortment of cases and plates on hand.

Mr. New is not recorded in other photographic directories.

New York Museum

1842                Broadway, opposite City Hall, New York, New York.

The New York Museum was recorded in one announcement that appeared on April 30, 1842 in the New York Daily Tribune (New York, New York).  The New-York Museum, formerly known as Peale’s Museum, Broadway, opposite City Hall….

Daguerreotype Likenesses correctly taken in a few seconds, with or without the light of the sun, and without reference to weather.

New York Museum is not recorded in other photographic directories.

New York Daguerrean Gallery

1850                Corner of Bleecker and Carmine Streets, New York, New York.

The New York Daguerrean Gallery was recorded in one advertisement that ran on December 31, 1850 in the New York Daily Tribune (New York, New York).  The New-York Daguerrean Gallery, corner of Bleecker and Carmine sts. is the place to obtain Daguerreotypes that are unsurpassed for truthfulness and life-like appearance.  Prices from fifty cents to ten dollars.  N. B.—The Gallery will be open during New Year Day.

The New York Daguerrean Gallery is not listed in other photographic directories.  Craig’s Daguerreian Register does record several New York Daguerrean Galleries, but the dates and address do not match.

Miss. A. Nevada

1851                Address Unknown, New York, New York.

Miss. A. Nevada was recorded in one advertisement that ran on December 11, 1851 in The New York Herald (New York, New York).  To Daguerreotypists.—A Lady Every Way qualified to attend a reception room, wishes to obtain a situation in New York, or some Southern city; has had several years experience in the business.  Satisfactory references given from artists and others.  Address, for one week, Miss. A. Nevada, New York Post Office.

Miss. A. Nevada is not recorded in other photographic directories.

Nelson

1853                Pavilion on the North Side of the Public Square, Lancaster, Ohio.

Nelson was recorded in one advertisement that ran from August 4 to September 29, 1853 in The Weekly Lancaster Gazette (Indianapolis, Indiana).  Daguerreotype Sky-Light Pavilion.  Nelson & Co. take pleasure in announcing to the citizens of Lancaster and surrounding country that having located their Daguerreotype Pavilion on the North Side of the Public Square, they would say for the special benefit of all those who wish to obtain these valuable keepsakes: these beautiful Penciling’s of the Sun, Clothed with all the brilliant and never fading beauties which the combined powers of Nature and Art can produce, fail not to call at the Pavilion and have your likeness taken while Life, health and opportunity admit.  Having arrived from New York and Philadelphia and visited all the Eastern cities, they are prepared with all the latest improvements to take Likenesses of a style and richness of execution not inferior to any ever taken west of New York city, and far superior to any ever taken in Southern Ohio.  As they have all the latest discoveries in the Art, they can safely say they defy competition.  Pictures taken of various sizes, also views of Buildings, Landscapes and scenery, copies taken of Daguerreotype Paintings and Sculpture likenesses of children taken in fair weather, between the hours of 10 o’clock A. M. and 1 P. M.

Pictures as low as $1.25.  N. B.  Post Mortem cases attended to on short notice and at fair prices.  Instructions carefully given in the Art and apparatus furnished of the latest style on reasonable terms.

Nelson is not recorded in other photographic directories as being active in Lancaster, Ohio.

Ira S. Negus

1856                50 Purchase Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts.[1]                                            1858                Rooms over J. E. Negus Store, Nichols’ Brick Building, Middlebury, Vermont.    1858                Rooms over Sol Parker’s Bookstore, Middlebury, Vermont.                                        1859                134½ Union Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts.[1]                                                                        1865                Address Unknown, New Bedford, Massachusetts.[1]                                                                        1867-1873     60½ Purchase Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts.[1]

Ira S. Negus was recorded in two advertisement in The Middlebury Register. (Middlebury, Vermont).  The first advertisement ran from February 10 to March 17, 1858.  A New Ambrotype Room!  Negus’s Gallery of patent Ambrotypes!  The finest display of Specimens in the Ambrotype Art are to be seen at Negus’s Gallery, where none but the Genuine Ambrotypes Are made, and at such prices as the public may demand.  All work executed by me is warranted second to none in this town or State.  Knowing I have the best facilities for producing the most pleasing Likenesses, I can safely say to all who are in want of a Superior Picture, to call and examine my work before engaging elsewhere, and I will guarantee to please all who may want a superior made Picture.  My assortment of Fancy Cases And Frames is complete, and will be sold as cheap as at any other gallery in the State.  The Patent Or Folding Ambrotype Is a durable picture, and will remain unchangeable in any climate.

An invitation is extended to all who may wish to examine the beauties of the Ambrotype Art.  Rooms over J. E. Negus’s Store, Nichols’ Brick Building, south end of the Bridge.  Ira S. Negus.

The second advertisement ran from May 12 to July 21, 1858.  Excelsior Gallery!  I would call the attention of my friends and the public to the Ambrotype Rooms, Over Sol Parker’s Bookstore.  Where Pictures will be executed in as good style and finish, and at prices lower than at any other Ambrotype Room in this village.

Having had several years experience in an Ambrotype Room where there was a small sky light, twenty-four by thirty feet, I think I am competent to use a Sky light in Middlebury.  I have fitted up my Rooms in a very neat style, but not gaudy.

I have been to great expense to make a very large Sky Light, by which I can take large groups, and also have light enough To Take A Child In Three Seconds.

My assortment of Plain and Fancy Cases, Frames and Gold Lockets, is all that the public can demand.  Please call and examine specimens and get a good Ambrotype if you desire one.  Ira S. Negus.

Ira S. Negus is listed in other photographic directories as being active in New Bedford, Massachusetts.

[1] Information from A Directory of Massachusetts Photographers 1839-1900.