1858 Exchange Building, Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania. 1859 Above the Republican Office, Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania.
Joseph Huckell was recorded in one announcement and one advertisement. The announcement ran on February 27, 1858 in the Columbia Democrat and Bloomsburg General Advertiser (Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania). Come All and Come Quick. Mr. J. Huckell, at his Daguerreian Rooms, in the exchange Building, is now taking off the best Ambrotypes, Melaiontypes, Ambrographs, Patent Leather and Oil Cloth Likenesses, ever seen in this section of country. They are surpassing in beauty and clearness of expression. Mr. Huckell’s time of stay is limited, and those who may wish to avail themselves of his professional services, should call at once before his departure.
The advertisement ran from November 2 to December 28, 1859 in The Star of North (Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania). Joseph Huckell’s Ambrotype Gallery, Above the Republican Office, Bloomsburg, Columbia Co., PA. Where he indulges in all the improvements for taking the latest style of Improved Ambrotypes, Melainotypes, and every other kind, together with Neillographs, which is a great saving of postage in sending pictures by mail. The improved Ambrotypes have been decided by the best judges of the art, to be the most durable pictures now taken. They never fade or change, and have all the boldness and beauty that the combined effort of nature and art can produce.
All Kind Of Picture Copied. Large or small—Ambrotypes inserted in Pins, Rings and Lockets. Best materials used, and all work warranted. Pictures taken equally well in cloudy or clear weather, excepting small children, when a light day is preferred. Avoid white, pink or blue. They are the most unsuitable of all colors for an Ambrotype. Likenesses taken for fifty cents, including cases.
Joseph Huckell is not recorded in other photographic directories.