E. M. Fletcher

1851                    Rooms at the Vermont Hotel, Middlebury, Vermont.                                      1851                    Rooms at the Masonic Hall Building, Middlebury, Vermont.

E. M. Fletcher was recorded in two announcements and one advertisement.  The first announcement appeared on November 19, 1851 in The Middlebury Register.  (Middlebury, Vermont).  Daguerreotypes.  E. M. Fletcher, has taken Rooms at the Vermont Hotel, where he will remain but a short time, and all those wishing perfect and life-like Pictures of themselves or friends, should call immediately.  Crayon Daguerreotypes, by a new process, taken in any weather, with all the late improvements in the Art, and he is determined to use none but the best materials.  The public are invited to call and examine specimens of the Art.  Perfect satisfaction given.  Middlebury, Nov. 18th, 1851.

The Advertisement ran from November 26 to December 24, 1851 in The Middlebury Register (Middlebury, Vermont).  Masonic hall Building!  Daguerreotypes.  E. M. Fletcher, Has taken Rooms at the Masonic Hall Building, where he will remain but a short time, and all those wishing perfect and life-like Pictures of themselves or friends, should call immediately.  Crayon Daguerreotypes, by a new process, taken in any weather, with all the late improvements in the Art, and he is determined to use none but the best materials.  The public are invited to call and examine specimens of the Art.  Perfect satisfaction given.            Middlebury, Nov. 18th, 1851.

The second announcement appeared on December 31, 1851 in The Middlebury Register (Middlebury, Vermont).  Daguerreotypes.—Mr. E. M. Fletcher request us to say that he will be absent from town for a week or two.  On his return, he will be happy to do any kind of Daguerreotyping in the best style of the art.

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