1852 233 Broadway, New York, New York. 1853 627 Broadway, New York, New York.
A. D’Orathon Hartman was recorded in two announcements in The New York Herald (New York, New York). The first announcement ran on June 7, 1852. Reduced Prices—One Week More!—Go And see A. Hartman’s Exhibition of the Haytien and Dominican Collection, at Meade Brothers, No. 233 Broadway. The whole ceremony of the Coronation of the Emperor and of Hayti, in full dress, the whole Court, Ministers, Consuls, and all the most influential personages of the empires by the Daguerreotype. Admission, 25 cents, from 8 A. M. till 6 P. M.
The second announcement ran on June 20, 1853. Daguerreotypes.—Have you seen Hartman’s daguerrean gallery, one of the marvels of New York? Have you had your likeness taken in his splendid skylight studio, the best and most elegantly appropriated in the city? These are the prevailing questions among ladies of fashion. Well, if not, go to 627 Broadway, where you will have the rare chance of admiring something entirely new, artistic, and worthy of more than a mere visit. Taste and refined politeness, as well as efficient science in the doing, are displayed in that gorgeous establishment, which is full of the choicest and most rare specimens of all descriptions.
A. D’Orathon Hartman is recorded in Craig’s Daguerreian Registry as being active in New York city in 1853-1854.