Mrs. Edward Wehnert-Beckman

1849                62 White Street, New York, New York.

Mrs. Edward Wehnert-Beckman (also known as Bertha Wehnert) was recorded in one  advertisement that ran from October 19 to 27, 1849 in the New York Herald (New York, New York).  Phototypes On Paper.—Mrs. Edw. Wehnert-Beckmann, from Leipzig, has opened her studio, No. 62 White street, (three doors west of Broadway,) where a gallery of Phototype Pictures on paper, is open for inspection, which will evince the superiority of her discoveries in the chemical preparations, and of her method of applying them.  A collection of portraits made by her may also be seen at the Fair in Castle Garden.  Portraits taken at all hours during the daylight, and perfect likenesses warranted.

Mrs. Edward Wehnert-Beckmann, 62 White street.

Mrs. Edward Wehnert-Beckman is recorded in Craig’s Daguerreian Registry as being active in New York city from 1850-1852.

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