L. A. Phillips

1851-1852       28 Camp Street, New Orleans, Louisiana.

L A. Phillips was recorded in three advertisements that appeared in The Daily Crescent. (New Orleans, Louisiana).  The first advertisement ran from December 2 to 20, 1851.  Phillips, L. A., Daguerrean Artist, No. 28 Camp street, up stairs, New Orleans.

The second advertisement ran from January 1 to May 27, 1852.  Phillips, L. A., Daguerrean Artist, No. 28 Camp street, up stairs, New Orleans.

The third advertisement ran from March 29 to April 12, 1852.  Constable’s Sale.  Second Justice’s Court, Charles E. Alter vs. [J. P.] sic. Phillips.  Parish of Orleans.  No. 13, 888.  By Virtue of a writ of fieri facias to me directed by the Hon. J. L. Winter, Second Justice of the Peace for the Perish of Orleans, I will expose at public auction, on Friday, April 9, 1852, at 12 o’clock m., at 28 Camp street, up-stairs—A Lot Of Daguerreotype Specimens, etc., and some few other articles belonging to the same concern.  Terms cash.. George F. Pearson, Constable.

L A. Phillips is not recorded in other photographic directories.

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