1858 Rooms formerly occupied by the Plymouth Bank, Plymouth, Indiana.
N. Wakefield was recorded in two advertisements in the Marshall County Democrat. (Plymouth, Indiana). The first advertisement ran from January 7 to April 29, 1858. Sky-Light Ambrotype Rooms. Having fitted up a pleasant suit of rooms with a Sky-light, in the room formerly occupied by the Plymouth Bank, adjoining Westervelt’s old stand, where you will always find me ready to take your pictures in any style or form, and at any price from 50 Cts. To $10.00, And on Glass, Iron, Leather or paper. Satisfaction given or no charge. All are invited to call and sit for Pictures whether they wish to buy or not. N. Wakefield, Resident Artist.
The second advertisement ran from January 7 to April 15, 1858. Sky-Light Ambrotype Rooms! All You That Want To See yourself as you are, true and lifelike, will please call at my new Ambrotype Rooms and get a Picture, as it will only cost you Fifty Cents!
As I intend to remain here, I have taken great pains in fitting up my rooms to make them pleasant. You will find me in the room formerly occupied by the Plymouth Bank.
One and All,
Are invited to call,
And if you don’t wish to buy,
You may before you die!
N, Wakefield, Resident Artist. N. Wakefield is not recorded in other photographic directories.