H. K. Roberts

1842                At his house, South West part of the Village, Cooperstown, New York.

H. K. Roberts was recorded in two advertisement in  The Freeman’s Journal (Cooperstown, New York).  The first advertisement ran from February 7 to April 11, 1842.  Daguerreotype or Photographic Miniatures.  H. K. Roberts would respectfully inform the citizens of Cooperstown and its vicinity that he is prepared to take Miniatures and Views in an improved manner, at his house, in the south west part of the village where he has the advantages of a room lighted expressly for the purpose, and from his success, feels confident that he can produce as good impression as can be found elsewhere—even in cloudy weather.

Specimens may be seen at his room; also at H. & E. Phinney’s Book store.  February 7, 1842.

The second advertisement ran from April 11 to September 26, 1842.  Daguerreotype or Photographic Miniatures.  Preserve a likeness while you may, For all that’s lovely must decay.

H. K. Roberts would respectfully inform the citizens of Cooperstown and its vicinity that he is prepared to take Miniatures and Views in an improved manner, at his house, in the south west part of the village where he has the advantages of a room lighted expressly for the purpose, and from his success, feels confident that he can produce as good impression as can be found elsewhere—even in cloudy weather.

Specimens may be seen at his room; also at H. & E. Phinney’s Book store.  February 7, 1842.

H. K. Roberts is not recorded in other photographic directories.

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