1849 142 Main Street, Worcester, Massachusetts.
L. Morse was recorded in an advertisement that ran from January 11 to 27, 1849. In the Worcester Daily Spy (Worcester, Massachusetts). A Card. That new beginner of the Daguerrean Art, who styles himself the “Skillful Artist,” and who alludes to ne as an “inexperienced youth,” should recollect that his own experience has not been very great, as it is well known that he took his first lesson of L. Babbit, only a few months since, and if any person by reading his advertisement should imagine he was a “skillful artist,” an examination of his types, would at once dispel the illusion. Having the advantage of more practical experience and a better light, I engage to make a Better picture for Seventy-Five Cents, than can be made by any other 75 cent operator in this city. L. Morse, 142 Main st.
L. Morse is not listed in other photographic directories as being active in Worcester, Massachusetts in 1849. L. Morse is possibly L. H. Morse and also Leonard H. Morse. L. H. Morse is recorded in Craig’s Daguerreian Registry as being active at Whitehurst’s gallery in 1856 in Richmond, Virginia. Leonard H. Morse is recorded in other photographic directories as being active in Worcester, Massachusetts in 1852 and 1854.