Misses. Hoyt

1853                139 South First Street, near Peck Slip Ferry Williamsburgh, New York.

The Misses. Hoyt were recorded in an advertisement that appeared on November 19, 1853 in the New York Daily Tribune (New York, New York).  Daguerreotype Gift Book.—The Misses Hoyt of Williamsburgh, have adapted a new plan for inserting in the cover of books, [The next 11 lines are unreadable (out of focus)]  No. 139 South First, near Peck Slip Ferry, Williamsburg.

Misses. Hoyt are not listed in other photographic directories as being active in New York, city. In 1853.  Craig’s Daguerreian Registry list an Eliza J. Hoyt in New York city in 1858-1859 and Mary Hoyt in Syracuse, New York in 1851-1852.

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