1859 145 Eighth Avenue, New York, New York.
1859 Corner of Charles & Baltimore Streets, Baltimore, Maryland.
John H. Young was recorded in two advertisements in The New York Herald (New York, New York). The first appeared on November 15, 1859. Wanted—A Man, To Color Ambrotypes, At J. H. Young’s Gallery, 145 8th av.
The second appeared on December 9, 1859. To Artists.—Wanted, A First Class Artist To color photographs; none others need apply. Apply at or address George England 145 8th ave., N. Y., or J. H. Young, corner of Charles and Baltimore sts., Baltimore, Md.
J. H. Young is recorded in Craig’s Daguerreian Registry as being active in New York City in 1859-1860. In the Directory Of Maryland Photographers 1839-1900 by Ross J. Kelbaugh a listing for John H. Young is recorded in1859 at Corner of Charles & Baltimore Streets, Baltimore. He was active in Baltimore until 1870. George England is not recorded in other photographic directories as being active in New York City. Looking through the New York City Directories, residence section he did not appear in the 1858/1859; 1859/1860; or the 1860/1861 directories.