1855 Address Unknown, Elizabethtown, New Jersey
Robert T. Price was mentioned in one advertisement on March 13, 1855 in The New York Herald (New York, New York). To Let—For One Or More Years, From The first day of April next, (an excellent chance for boarding house keepers,) the large brick boarding house on the north east corner of Broad and Jersey streets, Elizabethtown, New Jersey, at present occupied as a boarding house, large garden, good well of water, two large cisterns, plenty of cellar, all paved, and every other convenience, suitable for a first class boarding house, and within two minute walk of the depot, and one hour’s ride from the city. For further particulars inquire of Robt. T. Price, daguerrean artist, Elizabethtown, N. J., or city reference of , Alphonso Lettellier 481 Broadway, Jewelry store.
Craig’s Daguerreian Registry list an R. T. Price active in 1850-1851 in Elizabethtown and again in 1859 and suggest that they are the same person. According to Gary Saratzky’s website gary.saretsky.com/photohistory/njphotographers.html it is possible to connect the R. T. Price, Robert T. Price & Robert T. Price & son to suggest that he possibly was active from 1850 to 1866.