1846 Address Unknown, Danville Green, Vermont. 1848 Address Unknown, Danville, Vermont.
E. Perry was recorded in two advertisements in The Caledonian (St. Johnsbury, Vermont). The first advertisement ran from January 17 to February 7, 1846. Daguerreotypes. E. Perry, Would say to those wishing to obtain superior Daguerreotype Miniatures, that he is fully prepared to execute Portraits in a style that cannot fail to please, and at a price so moderate that no one can reasonably object to it. Unless the Portrait suits, and is in every way a finished production, he does not require the applicant to purchase it.
Ladies and Gentlemen may call and examine specimens almost any hour of the day, and Portraits will generally be taken at any time, by day light, without regard to weather.
Also, on hand, and for Sale, as usual, a good assortment of Watches and Jewelry. Watch Repairing done to order, and with dispatch. Danville Green, Jan 12, 1846.
The second advertisement ran from November 18 to December 23, 1848. Watches and Jewelry. The subscriber has just received from New York a good assortment of Goods in his line.
Gold and Silver Levers, Lepines and common Verge Watches; Gold and Silver Pencils, Gold Pens, Spectacles, Thimbles, Breast Pins in a great variety; Gold Rings, Silver, Table and Tea Spoons; also Fancy Goods; which will be sold at the lowest prices. E. Perry. Danville, Oct. 1848.
Daguerreotypes. Portraits taken in a superior style, perfectly true to nature, of vary fine tone and finish, and in all kinds of weather. E. P.
E. Perry is not recorded in other photographic directories.