Carter and Grant

1848                Savory’s Hall, Georgetown, Massachusetts.

Carter and Grant were recorded in two advertisements in the Massachusetts Observer  (Georgetown, Massachusetts).  The first appeared on June 23, 1848.  To The Citizens of Georgetown and Vicinity.  Savory’s Hall.  June 22, 1848.  Messrs. Carter & Grant, would respectfully announce to the citizens of Georgetown and vicinity, that they have leased Savory’s Hall, for two weeks, where they would invite All who wish to obtain good Likenesses of themselves or friends to call and examine specimens.

Daguerreotype Miniatures taken in any weather with or without colors, and perfect satisfaction warranted or no charge, for the low price of One Dollar.

Pictures taken of Sick or Deceased persons on reasonable terms.

Instructions given in the Art and apparatus furnished.

Miniatures neatly set in Lockets, Pins, Rings, Cases or Frames to suit customers.

Rooms open from 8 o’clock, A. M. to 6 o’clock P. M.

The second advertisement appeared on June 30, 1848.  For This Week Only.  To The Citizens of Georgetown and Vicinity.  Savory’s Hall.  June 22, 1848.  Messrs. Carter & Grant, would respectfully announce to the citizens of Georgetown and vicinity, that they have leased Savory’s Hall, for two weeks, where they would invite All who wish to obtain good Likenesses of themselves or friends to call and examine specimens.

Daguerreotype Miniatures taken in any weather with or without colors, and perfect satisfaction warranted or no charge, for the low price of One Dollar.

Pictures taken of Sick or Deceased persons on reasonable terms.

Instructions given in the Art and apparatus furnished.

Miniatures neatly set in Lockets, Pins, Rings, Cases or Frames to suit customers.

Rooms open from 8 o’clock, A. M. to 6 o’clock P. M.

Carter & Grant are not recorded in other photographic directories.

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