1852 Corner of Main & 7th Streets, Near the Railroad Depot, Evansville, Indiana.
F. J. Chapman was recorded in an advertisement that ran from November 16 to 30, 1852 in The Evansville Daily Journal (Evansville, Indiana.) Daguerreotypes—Notice. The undersigned respectfully announces that he will remain in this place a short time, and will be happy to receive at his room, such ladies and Gentlemen as may desire Likenesses of themselves, friends, or children, neatly executed and set in Lockets, Breast-pins, Finger-rings, or Plain and Fancy Cases, in the very best style. Pictures taken with or without colors, with all the recent Improvements. Landscapes, copies of residences, miniature or portraits copied with neatness and upon the shortest possible notice. Invalids waited on at their residence.
Ladies and Gentlemen, are invited to call and examine specimens, and are assured that no picture is allowed to pass from his room unless it is in every particular entirely satisfactory to the sitter as well as the artist. Rooms on the corner of Main and 7th streets, near the Railroad Depot.
Chapman is not recorded in other photographic directories.