1858 Morse’s Building, corner Pike & Main Streets, Port Jervis, New York.
The partnership of Parish & Edson (Isaac Parish & Edson) was recorded in one advertisement that ran from February 11 to March 25, 1858 in the Tri-State Union (Port Jervis, New York). Ambrotypes and Albatypes. Parish & Edson, the celebrated New York Artists, would respectfully inform the inhabitants of this place and vicinity, that they have taken and fitted up rooms for their business, and are now prepared to make pictures surpassed by none.
Large Size, Beautiful Colored, 50 Cents. Faded Pictures restored. All kinds of Pictures copied in the highest style of the art. They are the inventors of the Albatus Lumin process, by which pictures can be taken equally as well in stormy as clear weather. No one need stay away on account of clouds. Entire satisfaction given or no charge.
They can be found for two weeks only, at Morse’s Building, Cor. Pike & Main Sts. N. B. The morning light is most suitable for taking pictures of children.
Isaac Parish & Edson are not recorded in other photographic directories.