1853 315 Broadway, New York, New York.
1854 347 Broadway, New York, New York.
Harry S. Tanner was recorded in six advertisements, two in the New York Daily Tribune, and four in The New York Herald (New York, New York.) The first advertisement appeared on September 7, 1853 in the New York Daily Tribune. Daguerreotypes.—Beautifully colored Daguerreotypes, furnished complete in a neat morocco case, for fifty cents and upwards, better than those taken elsewhere at double the price. Be sure to call and examine specimens at Tanner’s Daguerreian Gallery, No. 315 Broadway.
The second advertisement appeared on September 7, 1853 in The New York Herald. To Daguerreotype Artists.—A First Class operator wanted at Tanner’s Daguerrean Gallery, 315 Broadway. Must give satisfactory references as to qualifications and when and where employed. None others treated with. Immediate application necessary.
The third advertisement appeared on September 7, 1853 in The New York Herald. Secure the Shadow ere the Substance Fade—Every one should avail themselves of the low rates and superior style of the daguerreotypes taken daily at Tanner’s daguerreian gallery, No. 315 Broadway. Don’t take our word, but call and judge.
The fourth advertisement appeared on September 11, 1853 in The New York Herald. Magnificent Color Daguerreotypes for fifty cents and upwards, finished complete are taken at Tanner’s Daguerrean Gallery, 315 Broadway. Fail not to secure a good likeness. Call and see 315 Broadway.
The fifth advertisement appeared on December 29, 1853 in the New York Daily Tribune. Tanner’s Daguerreian Gallery, No. 315 Broadway.—At this well known Gallery the very best Pictures are produced and at the lowest prices. Those for 50 cents are done up in handsome morocco cases, and are far cheaper than those obtained at the 25 cent shops, where no cases are given. For the estimation in which the Picture from this Gallery are held by the public press, we refer to the Times, Dispatch, Courier, Illustrated News, National Democrat, Herald, Atlas, Mercury, &c., &c. A full assortment of Fancy Cases constantly on hand.
The sixth advertisement appeared on May 17, 1854 in The New York Herald. Tanner’s Daguerrean Gallery, 347 Broadway.—The new and splendid rooms, just fitted up expressly for this well known concern, southwest corner of Broadway and Leonard street, are now ready for the reception of its friends. Pictures furnished in every variety, from 50 cents (including case To $10 each—and in a style of unsurpassed excellence.
Henry S. Tanner is recorded in Craig’s Daguerreian Registry, but is included here to clarify activity date for the 315 Broadway address.