1850 Corner of State and Water Streets, Bridgeport, Connecticut.
D. Clark was recorded in one advertisement that ran from March 20 to April 8, 1850 in the Tri-Weekly Standard (Bridgeport, Connecticut). City Daguerrian Rooms Corner of State and Water streets, Bridgeport. D. Clark would respectfully announce to the citizens of Bridgeport and vicinity, that he has taken rooms at the above location, and is now prepared to give likenesses, which for strictness of delineation and perfectness of mechanical execution, cannot be equalled by any other establishment in this State. Knowing that many wish to avail themselves of likenesses of their friends, whose means are limited, his scale of prices has been fixed at low rates. Likenesses taken of the Sick And Deceased at the shortest notice, and in a superior manner.
Public Buildings, copies of Portraits, &c., taken with apparatus particularly adapted to such purposes.
Pictures taken for Lockets, Bracelets, Pins and Rings. The public are respectfully invited to call and examine specimens.
Instruction in the art given on reasonable terms. Dark dresses in all cases preferred. J 29.
D. Clark is not recorded in other photographic directories as being active in Bridgeport, Connecticut in 1850.