1859 146 Fifth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
G. W. Stillman was recorded in five advertisements in The Daily Press (Cincinnati, Ohio). The advertisement ran from February 23 to March 1, 1859. Home Interest…The Union Gallery, now under the supervision of Mr. Stillman, is one of the best in the city. Stillman’s pictures astonish the natives by their beauty and cheapness. Don’t forget to give them a call. No 146 Fifth street.
The second advertisement ran from March 4 to 10. 1859. Home Interest…G. W. Stillman, late Hoag’s Gallery, 146 West Fifth street, is prepared to take Pictures at much reduced prices. Give him a call; you are sure to be pleased. His motto is “Excelsior.”
The third advertisement ran from March 10 to 19, 1859. Home Interest…G. W. Stillman is doing a rushing business at his Gallery on Fifth street. His Pictures are proverbial for their beauty and originality.
The fourth advertisement ran from March 21 to 26, 1859. Home Interest…Stillman’s is the place to get your phiz taken. His style of taking pictures is generally admired.
The fifth advertisement ran from March 28 to 31, 1859. Home Interest…To get a good Melainotype, Stillman is the gentleman to apply to. He insures a correct Picture always.
G. W. Stillman is not recorded in other photographic directories. Craig’s Daguerreian Registry does list a George H. Stillman in Cincinnati in 1855, and in 1859-60. It is unknown if they are the same person.