1858-1859 Address Unknown, Winchester, Indiana. 1859 Address Unknown, Farmland, Indiana. 1859 Address Unknown, Winchester, Indiana.
George W. Cornelius was recorded in an advertisement that ran from December 2, 1858 to June 9, 1859 in the Randolph County Journal (Winchester, Indiana). Ambrotypes, Melainotypes, Solograph, Photographs, etc. G. W. Cornelius Would respectfully inform the citizens of Winchester and vicinity that he is on hands with the same old Car in which years ago in this place, he took Over 600 Pictures acknowledged by one and all to be Superior to any taken before or since in the place. Having the advantage of a large Sky Light! His pictures are unsurpassed in brilliancy of tone, accuracy of expression, and clearness of the Eye.
By the aid of a Quick worker, the only instrument of the kind this side of Cincinnati, he Never Fails to secure the Likeness of a Child however small.
On November 10, 1859 the following announcement appeared in the Randolph County Journal. (Winchester, Indiana).—Mr. G. W. Cornelius left here yesterday morning with his Daguerrean Car for Farmland, where he expects to remain two or three weeks, and then return to Winchester. Those who want good pictures of themselves or friends can not do better than to give him a call while he sojourns at Farmland. He is a superior Artist.
On December 15, 1859 an announcement in the Randolph County Journal (Winchester, Indiana).—G. W. Cornelius, the Daguerrean, has returned to Winchester.
George W. Cornelius is listed in Craig’s Daguerreian Registry as George W. (Cornelis) Cornelius. In partnership of Bishop & Cornelis in 1853 Northwest corner of Main & 5th Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. And in 1860-1861 Address Unknown, Winchester, Indiana. In Ohio Photographers 1839-1900 he is recorded as a daguerreotypist in Cincinnati in 1853.