1843 235 Broadway, New York New York.
Andrew Cunningham of the firm Fanshaw, Young & Cunningham was listed in an advertisement that ran every other day from May 25 to 29, and every day from June 4 to 6, 1843 in The New York Herald (New York, New York). Miniature Portraits copied from Daguerreotypes in natural colors on ivory, with perfect accuracy, or with any desired alteration or improvement on very moderate terms. Specimens to be seen in the Daguerreotype Room, No. 1, at 235 Broadway, near park place.
On September 19, 1843 an announcement appears in the New York Daily Tribune (New York, New York). Fair at the American Museum.—The problem of opening a new and spacious Saloon at the American Museum, as a Perpetual Fair or Bazaar for the Exhibition and Sale of Goods, Wares, Merchandize, &c has proved highly successful. It is now one of the most attractive Halls in the Establishment, and is undoubtedly the cheapest Advertising Medium in the world. The name, location and business of all depositors are advertised in 100,000 small bills per annum—also in the principal city papers. The following persons have already made deposits in this Fair, and as nearly all the articles are For Sale, Merchants and others will find it to their interest to make their purchases through this medium. It is obvious that no articles but those of the best quality are deposited here. Persons desirous of depositing specimens of Goods or Cards of Business in the perpetual Fair, can do so on reasonable terms. Circulars of prices, & c. can be obtained at the Office of the Museum.
Daguerreotype Miniatures…..N. G. Burgess, 192 Broadway. Daguerreotype Miniatures…..J. Gurney, 189 Broadway. Daguerreotype Miniatures…..J. Plumbe, Jr., 251 Broadway. Daguerreotype Miniatures…..Fanshaw, Young & Cunningham, 235 Broadway.
Andrew Cunningham is not listed in other photographic directories.