1847 Lynde Place, Salem, Massachusetts.
Henry G. Spaulding appeared in one announcement in the Salem Register (Salem, Massachusetts) on July 22, 1847. Robbery. The daguerreotype rooms of Henry G. Spaulding, in Lynde Place, was entered on Sunday night, and money to the amount of $425, and jewelry to the probable value of $250, stolen therefrom. Mr. Spaulding left his room about 10 o’clock in the evening, and in the morning the door and window were found open, his daguerreotype instrument and specimens packed up in boxes, one inside and one outside the door, and the money and jewelry, which were in a small box or trunk, gone. A bill of the Dover (N.H.) Bank, for $100, was among the money taken.
Henry G. Spaulding is not recorded in other photographic directories.