1857 Address Unknown, Salem, Ohio. 1858-1859 Rooms nearly opposite the Wilson House, Salem, Ohio
Jesse Duck was mentioned in one advertisement that ran from July 3 to August 28, 1858 in the Anti-Slavery Bugle (New-Lisbon, Ohio). A Fletcher, Photograph Artist, From Massillon, Ohio, Has taken rooms for a short time with Mr. Duck, Ambrotypist, nearly opposite the Wilson House, Salem, Ohio, where he is prepared to execute Photographs On white paper, both plain and fancy, in the most beautiful styles of the Art.
Daguerreotypes, or Ambrotypes of deceased, or absent friends, can be magnified up to any size required, and furnished equal to the finest steel engraving. Photographs are considered the cheapest as well as the most enduring and most beautiful pictures made. Please call and examine specimens. A. Fletcher.
He was also recorded in two announcements on December 4, 1858 in the Anti-Slavery Bugle (New-Lisbon, Ohio). Photograph of Wm. Lloyd Garrison.—Jesse Duck has at his rooms in Salem, a beautiful and life like Photograph of Mm. Garrison, taken during his recent visit to this place. Copies can be obtained on reasonable terms.
He was recorded on January 15, 1859 in the Anti-Slavery Bugle (New-Lisbon, Ohio). Report of the Committee of the Western Anti-Slavery Fair. The total receipts of the late Western Anti-Slavery Fair are $350.66. A success for the times. A success greater than our anticipations-a larger sum than has been realized at any previous Fair. We gratefully acknowledge the receipt of contributions….beautiful photographs from Mr. Duck.
Jesse Duck was recorded in Craig Daguerreian Registry and in Ohio Photographers 1839-1900 in 1857 in Salem, Ohio.