1851-1852 9 & 10 Field’s Exchange, Malone, New York.
C. N. Nolan was recorded in two advertisement in the Frontier Palladium (Malone, New York).
The first advertisements ran from October 9 to December 4, 1851. Daguerreotypes. The subscriber would inform the citizens of Malone and vicinity that he has taken rooms in Field’s Exchange, where he will wait upon all who may desire his services. Daguerrean Rooms, Nos. 9, and 10. Field’s Exchange, Up stairs.
Daguerreotype likenesses taken all hours of the day between 9, A. M. and 4, P. M. He pledges himself to give a good likeness, for less money than any other artist who has visited this place, and will warrant his pictures not to fade. The public are respectfully invited to call and examine his specimens. C. N. Nolan.
The second advertisement ran from March 4 to April 8, 1852. No Humbug! Sabin & Nolan respectfully announce to the inhabitants of Malone and vicinity that they have purchased the Saloon in the basement of P. B. Miller’s Hotel, formerly occupied by A. P. White, where they will constantly keep on hand Hot Coffee, Pies, Cakes, &c. Oysters and Fruit in their season.
C. N. Nolan would also inform the public that he will attend to all persons who will patronize him in the Daguerreotype line for a few days more. Rooms in Field’s Exchange, No.’s 9 and 10, up stairs. Open between 9 A. M. and 4 P. M.
C. N. Nolan is not recorded in other photographic directories.