1852 Room Under Foster Hall, Evansville, Indiana.
J. M. McCluer & Son were recorded in one announcement and one advertisement in The Evansville Daily Journal (Evansville, Indiana). The announcement ran on November 10, 1852.
Daguerreotypes.—By Advertisement, it will be seen that Messrs. J. M. McCluer & Son have established a Daguerreotype Gallery at the room under Foster Hall, occupied by Mr. Webster formerly. They are now prepared to receive visitors, and will undoubtedly given satisfaction.
The advertisement ran from November 10 to 25, 1852. Photographic, Or Daguerreotype Miniatures. J. M. McCluer & Son would respectfully inform the Ladies and Gentlemen of this place and vicinity, that they have taken the room formerly occupied by Webster’s Gallery, for the purpose of remaining a few days, where they would be pleased to exhibit specimens in this beautiful art. They flatter themselves that their specimens will compare with any-being in possession of all the recent improvements of Hill and others. Pictures taken with or without color, single or in groups.
Landscapes, copies of residences, miniatures, or portraits, copied with neatness and upon the shortest possible notice. Invalids waited on at their residences. They have the finest set of cases, frames, &c., ever exhibited in this place, together with every thing to make true and perfect likenesses. J. M. McCluer & Son.
J. M. McCluer & Son are not recorded in other photographic directories.