1852-1853 122 Canal, New York, New York.
Ambrose Andrews was listed or not listed in the New York City Directories, Vose Archives, and The New York Historical Society’s Dictionary Of Artists in America 1564-1860. The first directory I looked at was the1849-1850 Doggett’s New York City Directory where Ambrose Andrews, is listed as a Portrait Painter, at 25 Lispenard.
The second was the 1850-1851 Doggett’s New York City Directory. Where he was not listed in directory.
The third directory was the 1851-1852 Doggett’s & Rode New York City Directory where he is listed as an artist, at 122 Canal.
The fourth directory was the 1852-1853 Wilson & Trow New York City Directory where he is listed as a daguerreotypes, at 122 Canal.
The fifth directory was the 1853-1854 Wilson & Trow New York City Directory where he is listed as a daguerreotypes, at 122 Canal.
The sixth directory was the 1854-1855 Wilson & Trow New York City Directory where he was not listed in directory.
The Vose Archives, Boston, Massachusetts was at the time an unpublished database that Seth Vose shared with me in 1994.
Andrews, Ambrose (born West Stockbridge, MA 19 July 1801—died probably E. Palmyra, NY ca 1877).
Subject: portrait, miniature, landscape.
Media: oil, water color.
Studied: American Acad. of Fine Arts, NYC Oct-Nov. 1824, New York Drawing Assoc. NYC 1825; NAD, NYC 1826.
Worked: West Stockbridge, Ma c. 1820-25, c 1833-36; Schuylerville, NY 1824; NYC 1825-26; 1848-62; Pa. 1827; Troy, NY 1829-31; Middletown, CT 1835; New Haven, CT 1837; Houston, TX 1837-41; New Orleans, LA 1841-42, 1844; Cincinnati, OH 1843; St. Louis, MO 1844-48; E. Palmyra, NY 1869-c 1877.
Active: 1824-c. 1877
Comments…In NYC during 1850’s did daguerreotyping and colored photographs.
Ambrose Andrews is not recorded in other photographic directories.