1849 Main Street, over Kollenberg’s Confectionary Store, Evansville, Indiana.
J. Moss was recorded in an advertisement that ran from November 16 to December 13, 1849 in The Evansville Daily Journal (Evansville, Indiana). Portraits As Natural As Life! Mr. J. Moss, respectfully solicits the attention of the Ladies and Gentlemen of Evansville and vicinity to his beautiful Daguerreotype Portraits, which may be seen at his room on Main st., over Kollenberg’s confectionary store. Having procured one of the best German instruments, and being familiar with all the improvements in the mode of operating, he is enabled to take Likenesses, which, for durability of impression, surprising accuracy and beauty, and Life-like expression cannot be surpassed. He keeps constantly on hand a great variety of cases Plain and Fancy. Ladies and gentlemen are anxiously invited to call and examine his numerous specimens taken by this truly wonderful art. No charge for visitors. Pictures can be taken in clear or cloudy weather. All those who wish to get a good Likeness should call soon, as he will remain only while business favors him. Thorough instructions given in the art in all its branches. Terms always reasonable. Mr. Moss may be found at all times at his room or the Sherwood House.
N. B. Dark dresses take more beautiful than light.
J. Moss is not recorded in other photographic directories.