T. Putnam

1850                Rooms in Prescott’s building, Keeseville, New York.

T. Putnam was recorded in two advertisements in the Essex County Republican (Keeseville, New York).    The first advertisement ran from May 4 to June 8, 1850.  Daguerreotypes.  T. Putnam Has the pleasure of announcing to the Ladies and Gentlemen of Keeseville and vicinity, that he has opened rooms for the practice of his art, in the Prescott’s Building, where he will be prepared, at all hours of the day to receive calls.

From the experience he has had in the art, he flatters himself that he can give entire satisfaction to all who may favor him with their patronage.  Miniatures taken in all kinds of weather.  Please call and examine specimens.    Keeseville, April 29th, 1850.

The second advertisement ran from June 22 to July 6, 1850.  Daguerreotypes.  T. Putnam Has the pleasure of announcing to the Ladies and Gentlemen of Keeseville and vicinity, that he has opened rooms for the practice of his art, in the Prescott’s Building, where he will be prepared, at all hours of the day to receive calls.

From the experience he has had in the art, he flatters himself that he can give entire satisfaction to all who may favor him with their patronage.  Miniatures taken in all kinds of weather.  Please call and examine specimens.    Keeseville, April 29th, 1850.

All who want their likeness taken in a superb and life-like manner, and put up in style, will do well to give Mr. Putnam a call Immediately, as he will leave the place in a few days.

T. Putnam is not recorded in other photographic directories.

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