A. M. Hall

1858-1859               Rooms in Shaw’s new Row, Clearfield, Pennsylvania.

A. M. Hall was recorded in one announcement and two advertisements.  The announcement appeared in the Clearfield Republican (Clearfield, Pennsylvania) on September 29, 1858.

Ambrotyping.—In our advertising columns will be found the card of Mr. A. M. Hall photographic artist who is now operating in our town.  We have not yet seen any of his specimens, but has the reputation of being a good artist.  The best way to find out is to have your picture taken at once.

The first advertisement appeared in the Clearfield Republican (Clearfield, Pennsylvania).  On September 29, 1858.  Ambrotypes for 50 cts!  The undersigned would respectfully inform the Ladies and Gentlemen of Clearfield and vicinity, that he has fitted up Rooms in Shaw’s New Row where he will remain for a few days only.  All who would desire a lifelike likeness of the latest and improved style will please call.  You that have beauty should to Hall take it, You that have none, should go let him make it.  A. M. Hall.  Sept. 24th, 1858.

The second advertisement ran from September 29, 1858 to February 16, 1859 in the Raftsman’s Journal (Clearfield, Pennsylvania).  Ambrotypes for 50 Cents!!  The undersigned would respectfully inform the Ladies and Gentlemen of Clearfield and vicinity, that he has fitted up rooms in the new row of Judge Shaw, opposite the “Raftsman’s Journal” office where he will remain for a few days only, prepared to present pictures to all who may favor him with a call which will exceed the expectations of the most fastidious.  Photographs of every description taken when called for.  Secure the shadow ere the substance fade.                     A. M. Hall.

A. M. Hall does not appear in other photographic directories.

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