1852 603 Broadway, New York, New York.
Metropolitan Daguerrian Rooms were recorded in five advertisements. The first advertisement appeared on October 20, 1852 in the New York Daily Tribune (New York, New York). Metropolitan Daguerrian Rooms, No. 603 Broadway.—The public would do well to call as above, and see the fine Daguerreotypes there taken. They are pronounced perfection itself. Daguerreotypes of every kind taken in the first style of art.
The second advertisement appeared on October 20, 1852 The New York Herald (New York, New York). Metropolitan Daguerrian Rooms, No. 603 Broadway.—The public would do well to call as above, and witness the splendid Daguerreotypes in oil there taken. For accuracy of portraiture they are perfection itself. The most skillful operators in the profession are constantly employed, and you may depend upon having a good picture.
The third advertisement appeared on October 23, 1852 in The New York Herald (New York, New York). Sunbeam Painting.—Call in and see the superb specimens at the Metropolitan daguerrean rooms, No. 603 Broadway. Those who are fit to call as above, are assured of the certainty of obtaining a good picture, The daguerreotypes in oil, taken at this place, are much admired, having all the boldness as well as softness of an oil painting, or canvas.
The fourth advertisement appeared on November 2, 1852 in The New York Herald (New York, New York). Daguerreotypes in Oil, of the highest finish and surface. Pictures on Ivory in water colors, for lockets and broaches, of all sizes. Also, daguerreotypes on silver, colored in every style of art, may be obtained at the Metropolitan Gallery, 603 Broadway, between Prince and Houston streets. N. B.—Studios on the first floor.
The fifth advertisement appeared on November 10, 1852 in The New York Herald (New York, New York). Daguerreotypes of Deceased Persons taken at short notice.—An artist of great experience will attend the arrangements of attitude, light, shade, and cast of draperies, securing perfection for the painter and draftsman. Daguerreotypes in oil or otherwise, to suit applicants at the Metropolitan Gallery. 633 Broadway, near Houston street.
Metropolitan Daguerrian Rooms are not listed in other photographic directories.