G. Le Roy Partridge

1850-1851       Knapp’s Block, Malone, New York.                                                                                1851                   Room in Clark’s Building, Ogdensburgh, New York.

G. Le Roy Partridge was recorded in four advertisements.  The first advertisement ran from December 19, 1850 to January 9, 1851 in the Frontier Palladium (Malone, New York).

Daguerreotypes.  G. Le Roy Partridge, Daguerrean Artists, would announce to the citizens of Malone and vicinity that he has opened a Daguerreotype room in Knapp’s Block, where he is prepared to take Miniatures of the most beautiful tone and finish, and of every size and style including the celebrated Magic Back-Ground, a new discovery which imparts some of the most beautiful and permanent Colors to the Back-Ground of the Miniature, a thing heretofore thought impossible.  His Miniatures are warranted not to fade, and have been called by judges unsurpassable, for the truth of which please call and see for yourselves.

A Daguerreotype of Jenny Lind taken from life can be seen at his Room, Knapp’s Block.  Malone December 18, 1850.

The second advertisement ran from December 19, 1850 to January 23, 1851 in the Franklin Gazette (Fort Covington, New York).  Daguerreotypes.  G. Le Roy Partridge, Daguerrean Artists, would announce to the citizens of Malone and vicinity that he has opened a Daguerreotype room in Knapp’s Block, where he is prepared to take Miniatures of the most beautiful tone and finish, and of every size and style including the celebrated Magic Back-Ground, a new discovery which imparts some of the most beautiful and permanent Colors to the Back-Ground of the Miniature, a thing heretofore thought impossible.  His Miniatures are warranted not to fade, and have been called by judges unsurpassable, for the truth of which please call and see for yourselves.

A Daguerreotype of Jenny Lind taken from life can be seen at his Room, Knapp’s Block.

The third advertisement ran from February 11 to 25, 1851.1851 February 11 in The Ogdensburgh Sentinel (Ogdensburgh, New York).  Daguerreotypes.  G. Le Roy Partridge, The unrivalled Daguerrian Artist, would announce to the ladies and gentlemen of Ogdensburgh, that he has opened a Daguerreotype Room in Clark’s Building, where he is prepared to take miniatures of the most beautiful tone and finish of every size and style, including the celebrated Magic Background, by which the picture is made to take a great variety of the most beautiful colors, a thing before thought impossible.  Large pictures, groups and small children are taken by Mr. Partridge, with the most perfect accuracy, for proof of which, see his specimens, among which may be found every size and style including a daguerreotype of Jenny Lind taken from life and which has been visited by hundreds.  All are invited to call whether wishing for miniatures or not.  G. Le Roy Partridge.

The fourth advertisement ran from February 11 to March 11, 1851 in the St. Lawrence Republican.  (Ogdensburgh, New York).  Daguerreotypes!  G. Le Roy Partridge, The unrivalled Daguerrian Artist, Would announce to the Ladies and Gentlemen of Ogdensburgh, that he has opened a Daguerreotype Room in Clark’s Building, where he is prepared to take Miniatures of the most beautiful tone and finish of every size and style, including the newly discovered and celebrated Magic Background, by which the picture is made to take a great variety of the most beautiful colors, a thing before thought impossible.

Large pictures, groups, and small children, which most artist fail to get perfectly, are taken by Mr. Partridge with the most perfect accuracy.  For proof of which, see his specimens, where will be found every size and style including a daguerreotype of Jenny Lind taken from life and which has been visited by hundreds.

All are invited to call whether wishing for miniatures or not.  G. Le Roy Partridge.

G. Le Roy Partridge is not recorded in other photographic directories.

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