Mr. Denison

1844                Room in Davis’ Building, opposite the Phoenix Hotel, Schenectady, New York.

Mr. Denison was recorded in three advertisements in The Schenectady Cabinet, or, Freedom’s Sentinel (Schenectady, New York).  The first advertisement ran on June 4 & 11, 1844.  Daguerreotype Miniatures.  Mr. Denison respectfully informs the citizens of Schenectady, that another opportunity is offered them for having Photographic Likenesses taken in the best style by the Daguerreotype.  Ladies and Gentlemen are invited to call at his room in Davis’ building, opposite the Phoenix Hotel, and see specimens of his work.  Likenesses taken in cloudy as well as fair weather.            Terms.

Single,                                                            $3.00                                                                                            Duplicate,                                                     $4.50                                                                                                      Group,                                                            $4.00                                                                                                      Two or three of one family, each,       $2.50                                                                                                    Two or three citizens uniting, each,  $2.50                                                                                                      Mr. Davison (sic.) will remain but one, or at the most two weeks.

The second advertisement ran from June 18 to July 2, 1844.  Daguerreotype Miniatures.  Mr. Denison would respectfully inform the citizens, that on account of the number of engaged, he will be unable to leave as soon as he had designed.

All who come in during the few days he remains, will be favored with Miniatures at $2.50 each.  Ladies, $2.00 each.

n. b. Satisfaction given or no pay. Mr. D. has formed a new preparation, by which he requires only fifteen seconds for a sitting.

The third advertisement ran from July 9 to 30, 1844.  Daguerreotype Miniatures.  Mr. Denison would respectfully inform the citizens, that on account of the number of engaged, he will be unable to leave as soon as he had designed.

All who come in during the few days he remains, will be favored with Miniatures at $2.50 each.  Ladies, $2.00 each.

n. b. Satisfaction given or no pay. Mr. D. has formed a new preparation, by which he requires only fifteen seconds for a sitting.

Mr. D. is about leaving the place, but will return in the course of a few weeks, when his terms will be as usual.

Mr. Denison is not recorded in other photographic directories.

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