1849 Address and Location Unknown.
S. Grubb was recorded in an announcement on July 18, 1856 in The Schenectady Reflector. (Schenectady, New York). Singular Case, Supposed Clue To A Murder In 1849.—It will be recollected that on the 9th of March, succeeding the inauguration of President Taylor, the dead body of a man was found on the towpath of the Alexander canal, near Arlington…
Mr. S. Grubb took an accurate daguerreotype of the body, and the deceased was interred on Penny Hill, where he has slumbered now for seven years.
S. Grubb ins not recorded in other photographic directories. In Craig’s Daguerreian Registry John does list a John S. Grubb who is active in Richmond, Virginia in 1850 -1852.