Thomas Johnson

1844                Rooms in Le Roy Place, Binghamton, New York.                                              1845                Rooms over the Post Office, Binghamton, New York.

Thomas Johnson Was recorded in three announcements and one advertisement in the Binghamton Courier (Binghamton, New York).  The first announcement appeared on October 3, 1844.  Johnson’s Photographic Miniatures.  Mr. Johnson begs leave to say to his friends in this village, that he will be at home for a very few days, and has opened a room in Le Roy Place, for the purpose of taking Miniatures by the Photographic Art.  He does not feel disposed to boast of the excellence of his pictures over those taken by other operators, but earnestly solicits his friends to call and examine his specimens, and judge for themselves.  His stay is positively limited to a very few days, and those desirous will do well to call without delay.

The second announce appeared on January 23, 1845.  Photographic Miniatures.—Mr. Thomas Johnson, it will be seen by his advertisement, is again in town for a few days, and prepared to execute photographic miniatures for his friends.  To those acquainted with the merits of Mr. Johnson’s pictures, it will only be necessary to announce that he is here—for the benefit of others, it may not be amiss to add, that all that can be expected from the Daguerreotype process, is accomplished by Mr. Johnson.—We have watch the progress of this art with great interest, and are familiar with the workmanship of the best artists in our cities, and are free to say, that in our opinion, Mr. Johnson has no superior among them.

The advertisement ran from January 23 to March 6, 1845.  Photographic Miniatures.  Mr. Johnson has the pleasure of informing his friends that he is now ready, at his rooms over the Post Office, to give them Very Superior Photographic Miniatures, on reasonable terms.  As his stay is necessarily short, and he came prepared to do a limited business, those who wish pictures would do well to call immediately.  Rooms open from 9 A. M. till 4 P. M.

The third announcement appeared on October 22, 1845.  List of Premiums Awarded At The Broome County Agricultural Fair And Cattle Show October 14th and 15th, 1845…Miscellaneous.

Daguerreotypes, Thomas Johnson………….$1.00.

Thomas Johnson is not recorded in other photographic directories.

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